Circle of Life
Chief Master Sgt, Thomas Moore, USAF
6250th Civil Engineering Tan Son Nhut
POW/MIA, 10-31-65, Southvietnam
There is no where to go,, to lay a rose, there is no
birthday card to send , no fathers day for me.
There is a wall I have seen, sat for hours and looked upon
your name,, my life will never be the same,
The first time I saw it, there for the world to see.
You met your grand daughter today, as she met you,
her eyes met mine , I had no answer.
How could I,, I never knew.
I met a friend there too, it was Sam's son,, Sam Jr.
We shared lifes, for the first time we knew we were
related through fate.. we talked of the past and how it was ,
growing up with out our fathers,, each of us with the
So this page is for you , You gave your life for me,
Our family , and Our country.
I have such pride, to carry you in my soul, and thank you
for being my dad , and the man you believed you needed to be.
I have missed you , but you seem to always be here with
me, always watching over me, I feel it all around.
Soon this decade will be over, and with it we begin a new millienum.
Oh, I hoped we would have had you home so long ago but now
it seems this will never be.POW/MIA my country still in
firm belief but no confirmation.
How can they just forget?
There is no roses for you today,
only angels from me to you and you to me.
Love Your Daughter, Diane,
And Your Granddaughter, Leahney
The link below will take you to a wonderful site with
more information my Father, Samuel Adams, Charles Dusing
and Jasper Page....
Samuel Adams, Thomas Moore, Charles Dusing POW/MIA's
you are here, please take the time to visit my other
pages on my dad and read of the incident and how
he was captured, and while you are here let me know,
Please sign my guest book,you will
see it at the end of this page
or drop me an email. I would love to
hear from you. Thank you