Poems About: AMERICA
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
We are supposed to be a great nation
Under God is where we should be
Somewhere, somehow, someone is slipping
America is no longer free read more »Edwin Robinette
278.America- my prejudices and truths
I guess it's always been a truth to me
That America has a failure destiny
Beyond that idea I could not see
But for these thoughts we'll pay a fee read more »Agnes Török
279.thank you for my freedom
November 11th is Veteran’s Day
Where we will bow our heads and pray.
You have been in the big battle,
Where the guns shoot and rattle. read more »sam murphy
280.Once There, Now Gone
People crying, others dieing.
A hectic mess, already with press.
America's rejected, terrorist detected.
War at hand, we had no plan. read more »Courtney Violette
Victory is ours,
Dark hair, Brown Skinned six one and a half feet tall,
The 44th President of America stood before us all,
With the words of hope and aspiration read more »Nathan Gwira
282.America The Powerful
America the powerful, defender of the meek,
around the globe you fight the crime, democracy you seek.
You did not shy away at all, from roasting all those Nips,
and stand there, proud, so white and tall, with brave words on your lips. read more »Herbert Nehrlich
What used to be a great country, all ruined
From the Bad Lands,
The mountain ranges read more »Charles Orwell
285.I'll Be Taking America
I'll be taking America from the inside
And giving her of my complete love
Where clouds from the high sky glide
And drift with my heart songs above read more »Peter S. Quinn
Being born Ignorant; in America
it feels strange to know nothing.
And of this your secret most will lie
never to be so sure, safety. read more »Is It Poetry
287.The Senate and The Gun
Sen is old.
Old + ate.
The new on a plate. read more »Hardik Vaidya
288.Am I an America Too? -new-
Am I an America Too?
Am I the America they
Put in the history books
Or the one they talk read more »Khilil Mays