The Spirit of Our Soldiers - Thank You for Your Service
by Mirian Gilbert Nieves
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In memory of PFC. Nathaniel A. Given, Died December 27,2006 Serving During Operation Iraqi Freedom. I did not know him personally he was my husbands best friends son. He came to my dream one night after his death. I don't know why he chose me but I am open to accepting spirits who look for me and compelled to share their message to their loved ones. He showed me the last day he spent with his family he showed me details of his going away party. Details that I knew nothing about. In my dream I saw this soldier. He was face to face with me, his eyes sparkled like diamonds I wasn't sure if they were blue or grey, I just know they pierced my heart. I felt so "ln Love" my heart hurt so much. I believe this was the love he felt for his parents. Then he showed me the last day he spent with them with all the details. I was compelled to write my dream down. I was afraid but I wrote it down for his parents invited them over and gave it to them .They confirmed the details. He inspired my poems.

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Created on: Aug-14-2018   Published on: Nov-09-2018
ISBN: 9781605007472
Format: 8.5"x8.5" - Perfect Bound - Softcover - Color - Photo Book
Theme: Poetry    Sales Term:  Everyone
Preview Limit: 28 Pages
AirForce    Army    birthday    Christmas    fathers day    Marines    Military    mothers day    Navy    navy    POETRY    Veterans Day    WRITINGS   
About Author
Joined: Nov-29-2009

My name is Mirian Gilbert Nieves , I was born July, 1969 to Deacon Bienvenido and Maria Antonia Nieves. I have three sisters and one brother born and raised in Chicago,currently I live in Texas. I'm married to Thomas E. Gilbert a U.S. Navy Veteran. I am mother to a great son Benny. Portrait artist, poet, crafter. I donate as much as I can of my talents. It feels good to do so. All I have learned has been self taught. I don't believe I'd draw the way I do or write the way I do if God hadn't wanted me to.