Poems About: AMERICA
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73.America The Melting Pot Land
Their fruits proud and confident with their knowledge of modern technology but,
historically sleeping. For some call America "The Heaven on Earth." This simply means, "As there are many
different ways of dying to go to heaven and so there are many different ways of entering
the United States of America. Since there are no differences in heaven between those read more »Binta Bundu
America, can you hear me?
America, I’m screaming across the seas, can you hear me?
America, I’m pounding on the doors of every inner city family in the states — climbing the gates of every upper class family in this place, can you hear me?
Can you feel my beating heart, America? This beat that greets each pair of feet as they make their way through the piss stained streets to meet their ultimate fate with a plastic smile and handshake covering their rage like melting crayons in a cardboard box — can you hear me, America? read more »Emilia Barrosse
75.Why Hate America
.There are so any reason to hate America.
I cannot count them all.
You can hate America because.
There is no King or Queen to bow down too. read more »jackie compton
76.Elegiac Feelings American
How inseparable you and the America you saw yet was never read more »Gregory Corso
77.America–A Black Wall
The brand is that of Harnam Das, but the benefit goes to America
The fools are trying that the sun of America does not set.
The poor had tears in their eyes in the past, they are still in sorrow. read more »Habib Jalib
78.We The People
We the people of America, stand for Liberty;
Brothers and Sisters united, living in the land of the free.
We abide by the Golden Rule; we treat our neighbors’ right;
But if our Freedom is threatened, together we shall fight. read more »Roy Bain
79.Americas Presidential Race
The presidential race is on
History is made when the race is won read more »Sylvia Chidi
America, America you don't know me,
But dear America I know you.
I see you in the faces of young people,
I watch you sleep in your crib at night. read more »Racquel Davis
America’s pride is growing.
America’s pride is showing.
Flags I see—it seems everywhere.
But were they always there? read more »Mary Ryan
82.Part Of America Died
Part Of America Died
Somebody killed a soldier today
And part of America died read more »James Casey
83.America Post 911
Land of freedom
Land of war
Land of peace
There you are read more »Mitzie Thorne
I often feel like a black spot on new white sheets.
This is white America-me.
They say my music is not music but more a call to violence.
White America-me. read more »Lore Me34