Poems About: AMERICA
Poems on / about :
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America is not looking after herself,
she is using Americans to look out
for someone else. She has lost her dignity,
her strength, her honor, her respect. read more »Alex Blea
God said let there be light; and there was
light. Let there be life and there was life.
Let peace abide;
Let us join hands together with faith, hope read more »Cassandra Mitchum
The best country in the world.
With great power and support.
For all people of the earth
America is the best. read more »Margarita Borzakiwska
304.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
America is red, white, and blue,
the colors that stand so brave, and true.
Men in battle facing death,
Men in the world provoking crime, and theft. read more »Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
You look at me and ask yourself
Who am I?
What am I?
What have I to do? read more »Arely Corral
307.On Ginsberg's America,5th Part
Oh, God-sick America, bless your heart,
You sincere sweet ragged old mistress,
Of paradoxes, duplicity, soaring birth rates,
And the need to legally tranquilize, read more »Whitney Jones Olson
308.On Ginsberg's America,6th Part
Shelter me free in my aberrations, America.
Let me consume in the fleshes of your brilliant tortured boys;
Let me revel in the pirouettes of your naïve moonlit girls;
Indulge me these, America. read more »Whitney Jones Olson
309.Trust in America
Trust in America... read more »Agim Bacelli
310.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