America and Lady Liberty's Mortals

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PublishAmerica, Oct 1, 2010 - Poetry - 92 pages
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 A collection of poems honoring all past and present mortals of our armed services, who so proudly serve Lady Liberty and America.


Sheila Maurine Donnelly is the daughter of James O=Brien Donnelly, born in Armagh, Ireland, who was an active participant in the Irish Revolution against England, 1917-1921. She is the youngest of five surviving of nine children. She spent her first eight years on a farm and graduated from Towson Catholic High in Maryland.


Being the daughter of a man who experienced much adventure and travel, she elected to join the U.S. Navy, shortly after her twenty-first birthday, where she remained for seven years.


After years of traveling and re-locating, she has settled in El Paso, Texas, with her daughter, son and grandson. Being in close proximity of Fort Bliss, gave her the desire to thank, appreciate and bless the armed forces of the United States.


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Our Freedom
Patriots Of America
Ladys Libertys Valiant Flag
Our Stars And Stripes
The Ladys Mortal Heroes
Lady Liberty
US Marines
The Courageous Continentals
The Ladys Fighting Marines
Presley OBannon
The Most Famous Leatherneck
Americas Youngest Mortal
Jason Dunham
Lewis B Puller

Americas Strength
Americas Mortals
US Navy
The Seafaring Heroes
The Heroic Salts
In Honor Of The Sea Bees
The Dedicated USS Constitution
Old Ironsides
Continental Navy
Frieda Mae Green Hardin
William Driver
The Mighty Seals
David Porter
John Paul Jones
The Fighting Bull Halsey
The Valiant Mariners
US Air Force
Our Ladys Flying Heros
Our Flying Warriors
Americas Courageous Aviators
Belleau Wood
Dan Daily
Battle Of New Orleans
The Trailblazer Opha Mae Johnson
The Valiant Flying Marines
US Army
The GI
The Valiant Soldiers
WACS The Best Soldiers
Alvin York
The Elite Green Berets
George S Patton
Fighting Teddy At San Juan Hill
The Gallant MASH
The Heroic Audie Murphy
Courageous Tokyo Raid
Americas Gladiators
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