Gettysburg, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com



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Spillwords.com presents: Gettysburg, a poem written by Brad Osborne.

Thank you again to the editors at Spillwords for all the support and consideration. And, again, I must ask my faithful readers to visit the site to read my poem on Gettysburg, the location of one of the major turning points in the Civil War. If you feel inspired to do so, please click the heart button just under the photo to show some love. You do not need to join to read or like.

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Source: Gettysburg, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com

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Thanks to everyone for your continued love and support!

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Comments
13 Responses to “Gettysburg, a poem written by Brad Osborne at Spillwords.com”
  1. beth says:

    congrats, brad and this one gave me chills for their poor souls –

  2. In order to be proud of a war won, we must forget about each life lost in the battles of said war. You brought the spirits of those lost back brilliantly.

  3. K.L. Hale says:

    This is beautiful, Brad. Congratulations! History is fascinating to me. Particularly the Civil War. Visiting Gettysburg evoked many emotions. And your words beautifully honor the truth.

  4. Jim Borden says:

    congrats again, on another publication! some day I will visit Gettysburg, and your words will come back to me…

  5. jonicaggiano says:

    Beautiful Brad and it was so very vivid. Congratulations on another wonderful publication at Spillwords Press NYC. Of course I placed my heart. Such a vivid piece. Beautiful work Brad. Love Jonikins

    • Brad Osborne says:

      Thanks for all the support and love J!

      • jonicaggiano says:

        My pleasure I am glad to see you getting published and recognized in Spillwords you are such a talented writer Brad and all the styles of poetry you write are so impressive. You are amazingly talented. Congratulations again. ❤️🤗🦋😘🌺💕Jonikins

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