Poems About: AMERICA
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289.The Difference Between Us and Them
There is a word in Farsi that means
you, me, him, her, us, them, nature,
and God. One word to voice the pure,
common life-force winding through us all. read more »Lori Boulard
290.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
AS I sit and think about that day.
That sad day in September of 2001.
That is the day when the world stopped.
That is the day Amarica changed. read more »selina smith
don't wanna be an american
don't wanna nation under the brains of india
And can you hear the sound of hysteria?
tat is wat it meant to be america read more »ram ram
293.A HEARTY CONGRATULATION OF PRES. BARACK OBAMA
a One Hundred Days, a beginning of dream come true, a
start that waits the flourishing wish to reach, the jubilation
remembered at the soil of American people's victory of
this 21st century, in the continent of the East read more »Antonio Liao
294.Hardly I count my faded previous births
Once in Alaska I caught fish and lived in my Igloo
Unfortunately not married till I die.
When Christopher Columbus found America
I was a Turtle in the Pacific Ocean. read more »nimal dunuhinga
You look at me and ask yourself
Who am I?
What am I?
What have I to do? read more »Kendra Sanders
296.America no more
This is my country
Land of the free
America the beautiful
Yours for a small fee read more »nicola cleary
Not sure what it means to be an American anymore.
My two older sisters, naturalized as my parents are.
Their names engraved on an Ellis Island wall
Where immigrants bled from past atrocities. read more »MARINA GIPPS
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
299.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
300.America Lives (Written at age 14)
For you and for me,
With all she can give,
On land and on sea. read more »Sandra Osborne