Happy Memorial Day Greetings And Cards – In Honour Of Those Who Gave Their Lives For You And Your Country

This year celebrate Memorial Day like you have never before. Bring a smile on people’s faces by sending them lovely greeting cards with touching messages and quotes. Feel the patriotism within you and share it with family and friends and loved ones. Share these warm words and kind messages with the family members of those who have lost their loved ones while they served in the armed forces. Show your respect towards the country and towards those soldiers who sacrificed their lives so you could live freely.

Happy Memorial Day Greetings And Cards

Happy Memorial Day Greetings And Cards

You can send out these beautifully written quotes and messages on various social media platforms. These messages and saying are apt to share with friends and loved ones on all your social media pages. You can add one of these messages to your Facebook status and share your feelings with the world. Create awareness about Memorial Day by posting these messages on Twitter and Tumblr and various other platforms. You can even add the message text onto your photographs to personalise your Memorial Day Greetings to the world.

Happy Memorial Day Greetings And Cards

Some Of The Best And Most Moving Memorial Day Greetings

  1. In the End, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends – Martin Luther King, Jr.
  1. We must accept finite disappointment, but never lose infinite hope – Martin Luther King, Jr.
  1. Ask not what your country can do for you — ask what you can do for your country – John F Kennedy
  1. Patriotism is supporting your country all the time, and your government when it deserves it – Mark Twain
  1. I have long believed that sacrifice is the pinnacle of patriotism – Bob Riley
  1. Who kept the faith and fought the fight; The glory theirs, the duty ours – Wallace Bruce
  1. A hero is someone who has given his or her life to something bigger than oneself – Joseph Campbell

Happy Memorial Day Greetings And Cards

Happy Memorial Day Cards – Spreading Patriotism With Pride And Love  

We also have for you a range of beautifully crafted Memorial Day cards that contain heartwarming and touching messages. These cards can be emailed to loved ones, family, friends. The cards are accessible on smartphones, tablets and your computers. The quotes and messages included in these cards have been taken from leaders and politicians and some of the greatest and most liberal thinkers in the country. They have been written with the utmost care and compassion. The greeting cards can be sent out as emails, they can be posted on social media sites, they can be sent to the private inboxes of your social media accounts and so on.

Happy Memorial Day Greetings And Cards

Memorial Day Poem – A Mother’s Tear by Amy Peterson

There’s more to the story,

than what just appears.

A war written story,

from blood and from tears.

My son went to war,

a very proud man.

He fought in Iraq,

on the hot desert sands.

He witnessed his buddies,

his comrades, his men,

bleeding and dying,

he witnessed their end.

Where is Pvt. Tommy?

He’s blown up all around,

his comrades spent hours,

picking him from the ground.

Sleeping in holes,

dug in the sand,

dreaming of home,

but it’s become foreign land.

He can’t tell his enemy,

from family or foe,

as he watches his friends sent out,

with tags on their toe.

He knows his Mama,

is sleepless like him,

and he tries to send word,

whenever he can.

He tries not to worry,

his family at home,

the horror that he faces,

he faces alone.

His mission is over,

he’s sent back to me,

he fought for our freedom,

but he’ll never be free.

He yearns for his buddies,

that died over there.

He’s caught with the living,

in a doubled looped snare.

He screams in the night,

for the battle still roars,

as he lays in his bed,

he re-lives all the horror.

Nobody heard the fight,

he still fights,

except for his Mama,

who comforts him every night.

He never will be,

the son I once knew,

the war killed that part,

for freedom, for you.

Great Nation, Great Leaders,