Gettysburg Morning Gettysburg Morning by Paul Harris (Rochester, Illinois) Gettysburg Morning The third day came and all is calmThe birds begin to singNature claims her fields againAnd blessed us with a breeze Lying here in sweet green grassI watch the morning skyAs sunlight oh so slowlyCreeps into the night Lifeless forms around meThe men from my hometownHow brave they fought the last three daysTo hold this piece of ground Gettysburg, they call this placeWhere I watched my brothers dieThree days of hell we suffered hereIn a blazing hot July Carry me away from hereLie me there by yonder treePoor upon me cool spring waterHeaven’s calling out to me The third day came and all is calmThe birds begin to singNature claims her fields againAnd blessed us with a breeze Comments for Gettysburg Morning Average Rating Click here to add your own comments Nov 02, 2015 Gettysburg Morning NEWby: Anonymous Unquestionably believe that which you stated. Your favorite justification seemed to be on the web the easiest thing to be aware of. I say to you, I certainly get irked while people think about worries that they plainly do not know about. You managed to hit the nail upon the top and also defined out the whole thing without having side-effects , people could take a signal. Will probably be back to get more. Thanks Aldis Oct 26, 2015 your poetry is sweet and decent NEWby: Anonymous your poetry is sweet and decent as a writer i understand how much its hard to write a content am writing for can someone do my assignment but still i dont have any courage to write a poetry like that well done keep it up Oct 16, 2015 Gettysburg Morning NEWby: Anonymous I really like it.I was checking constantly this blog and I’m impressed!good cars for teen Mar 11, 2013 Extremely well written. by: Peter L. The poem was written with a lot of detail explaining the Gettysburg Morning in your eyes. Mar 08, 2013 Gettysburg Morning by: Zack D. Very detailed. Mar 07, 2013 Review by: Evan M. Very nice. Mar 07, 2013 Good Job! by: Zoe C. I liked this poem a lot; it made you empathize with the soldiers by describing the conditions in which they fought, and also made you feel bad for those both those who survived and those who died. You feel bad for those who died for obvious reasons, while you empathize with those who lived because they had to live with the guilt that they killed many men. Many also had to watch their comrades die right next to them. This poem talks about how one person felt after the battle which I really liked because it was different. Mar 06, 2013 Nice by: Rylee B. Nicely Done Click here to add your own comments Join in and write your own page! It’s easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Civil War Poetry Slam.