Home is just one of the things a refugee loses in David Bergman’s moving poem.
“How can I make difference so that I may bring peace to this world that I love and cherish so much? A name flickers instantly in my mind.” – Mahatma Gandhi — “If humanity is to progress, Gandhi is inescapable. He lived, thought, acted and inspired by the vision of humanity evolving toward a world […]
Lois Roma-Deeley shows how our parents can surprise us in this poem, which is a “war story” in every sense of the term.
In the “Conversation No One is Having”, GMP Editor Rob Watson takes on Editor Jeremy McKeen’s assertion that “no one believes in the song “Imagine.” Rob found someone.
U.S. Army veteran Dwight Gray writes of fear and bravado on the shooting range.
Just as polio stalked the 1950s, and AIDS overshadowed the 1980s and ‘90s, post-traumatic stress disorder haunts us in the early years of the twenty-first century.
Our culture pressures men who think they are “supposed” to be a certain way in order to be a “real man.” And some of the best actors of our times play those roles brilliantly.
I choose to fight intolerance with love poetry.
I realized that while he left the military years ago, the military can not—and will not—leave him.
Sometimes, when you least expect it, your life can completely change.