TOM ZART

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Letter From President Geoge W Bush about Tom Zart's Poems

The White House
Washington

March 16, 2007
Ms. Lillian Cauldwell
President and Chief Executive Officer
Passionate Internet Voices Radio
Ann Arbor Michigan

Dear Lillian:

Number 41 passed on the CDs from Tom Zart. Thank you for thinking of me.
I am thankful for your efforts to honor our brave military personnel and their families. America owes these courageous men and women a debt of gratitude, and I am honored to be the commander in chief of the greatest force for freedom in the history of the world.

Best Wishes.
Sincerely,
George W. Bush

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MWSA Book Review
Love, War & More Author: Tom Zart Publisher: Publish America Reviewer: Bill McDonald President of the MWSA A Poet thoughts, on history, emotions and more. There is something of interest in his collection of poetry for all readers. This is one of the most assorted and diverse collections of poetry ever assembled in one volume. For poetry lovers this will be a great book to buy. This book is given the MWSA's highest rating for a poetry book - 5 STARS!

Auther of Shepherds of Life = 356
Poems

Author of Love War And More
225 poems publish by Publish America;

Out "NOW"ISBN-1-4241-0025-9
For sale on the web
at publishamerica.com
Everywhere after Jan.
2006

CD MEMORIES 28 poems with music
by Bill Crain for sale on the web under
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Tom Zart's poems go to bcrain@kc.rr.com

It's appropriate and symbolic that the romantic poet Tom Zart was born on Valentines Day in Topeka, Kansas in 1945. His youth confronted adulthood many times by working on the family farm or helping his parents in their business. In the early fifties family roots were planted in the famous Plaza section of Kansas City which was walking distance to nearby Westport. He lived there for six months of the year then went to work on their 140-acre Bonner Springs farm the other six months. It was a learning experience that proved invaluable to The Westport Poet.
Westport is a historic section of Kansas City, Missouri renown for its modern nightlife and shops and its noble past as a trading post, a transportation hub and a civil war battle. It was in Westport, amid the war memorial plaques, the fountains and nature that Tom wrote his first poem, Thunder In The Ground, a civil war ode to the men who died in the war. His inspiration came from an inscription on a civil war memorial.
Zart's poetic endeavors soon began to proliferate along with his subject matter. Tom, an addicted romantic, and history buff, began writing poems about love, religion and patriotism. His early inspirations came while working at the railroad for 30 years. Zart would utilize his time on those long railroad trips gleaning all that he could from his senses: the haunting sound of the train, its whistle and the long hours gazing out at the sunset and the pastoral settings fleeting by, of farmhouses and cities whose inhabitants he would never know.
He took notes of his coworker's experiences, especially the veterans who told their stories of the horror of war and their sacrifice in World War II, Korea, and especially, Viet Nam.
The Westport Poet lived vicariously in their spirit and told their stories in his poems. Tom Zart, who has a distinctive God given vocal talent, would recite his stories and poems at various social events and bistros around the Westport area. His audience was always enthralled and he soon was in demand and they named him-The Westport Poet.
His abilities have not gone without notice. He has been published by numerous magazines and his poems were featured weekly in over 215 newspapers across our country with an estimated readership of 6 and half million for approximately 5 years. Tom has performed his poems live on radio shows from New York to California.

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Our men and woman who serve in harm’s way,
Are the armor of what the free world depends on.
Without their sacrifice of body and soul,
All that we stand for is gone.

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Profile of TOM ZART

  • Age : 60
  • Gender : Male
  • Country : USA, Kansas
  • Joined : Dec 11, 2005
  • Last Visit : 11 years ago
  • Poems : 146
  • Comments : 47
  • Quotes : 19
  • Posts : 0
  • Awards :
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Latest Poems By TOM ZART

Latest Quotes By TOM ZART

  • LOVE AND LIFE

    With one foot in the future
    And one foot in the past,
    Let us try to live our days
    As though each was our last.

    11 years ago
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  • FREEDOM

    America has survived all attempts to destroy
    Knowing the cruelty of war,
    And, we who remain
    Must help keep her free
    For those who can march no more!

    11 years ago
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  • A GOOD POEM

    A good poem paints a picture
    For both your heart and brain.
    It doesn't need a second chance
    To make its meaning plain.

    11 years ago
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