Patriotic July 4th Poems

US Capital Dome and Flag

It is the day our nation severed its ties with tyranny. July 4th Poems from the writers at My Word Wizard commemorate that fateful day in 1776 when a nation was born. These words celebrate the joys and creative energies that went into the founding of America, and recognize the sacrifices borne by many in the struggle for independence and freedom.

Even if you are not American, you can still appreciate the spirit of liberty that was manifest in the principles espoused by the Founding Fathers. The full realization of liberty for some took many years to accomplish, but the beacon that the early Americans lit as a guiding light for succeeding generations will always be remembered and closely guarded.

Despite international conflicts and diplomatic crises, America today is still looked upon as a ray of freedom and hope by long suffering peoples under the yoke of despotic regimes.

Whether you want to let someone know how much you love your country, or you are looking to honor or commemorate the soliders who sacrificed their all in order that we may have our freedoms, you will find a poignant sentiment in this patriotic collection.

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Independence Day Poems : Today is the day we honor the liberation of and birth of the United States of America. It's time to celebrate the joys, the blessings, and yes, the sacrifices that form a part of the fabric of our nation. Let someone know how much you love your country or tell them how much you appreciate their service with a thoughtful sentiment from the writers at My Word Wizard.

Quotes about America : Many of us take time during the Independence Day celebrations to reflect on the achievements of the American nation since its founding in 1776. We at My Word Wizard can think of no better way to trace the course of American history than through quotations and thoughts that speak of America's contributions to the world. Please enjoy this very special collection of patriotic sentiments about America.

Things to Think About on July 4th : There are so many things to be thankful for as we celebrate America's independence. There are also many ways to commemorate the day. Whether you are barbecuing, marching in a parade or enjoying a baseball game, let's all take a few moments to consider the day's special meaning. We are proud to offer you a selection of July 4th poems by the contributing writers of My Word Wizard that speak to this very meaning.

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