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Poems About: COURAGE

In this page, poems on / about “courage” are listed.

  • 325.
    I Should Have

    I should have said sorry to Matthew
    And I should have kissed Jelna goodbye
    And I should have asked Joan out to dinner
    Instead I'm left to wonder why read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 326.
    The God Abandons Antony

    At midnight, when suddenly you hear
    an invisible procession going by
    with exquisite music, voices,
    don't mourn your luck that's failing now, read more »

    Gaius Valerius Catullus
  • 327.
    A thought for 9/11 (poem)

    What was accomplished with the destruction on that fatal day?
    Another false ideology by those who claim to God they pray

    No different than hypocrites in this country who respond with hate read more »

    Dave Tanguay
  • 328.
    eye of the beholder

    I saw you standing there
    gazing at yourself in the altogether
    you've never seen yourself like this before
    piercings not born out of the latest fad read more »

    Christopher Cofield
  • 329.
    The Calapse

    Did I do any good for life,
    should I stay?
    Was I brave,
    when I needed to be- read more »

    Dom Wisperez
  • 330.
    Red Signature

    Looming thunder’s about to erupt by mouth
    Not once but twice in secluded gloom

    Salient fear couching in saucer’s blood bath read more »

    Edgar Rendon Eslit
  • 331.

    Superman is a hero that many people revere
    He performs Herculean feats that astound
    He has incredible skills and strength, that is clear…
    He reacts in a second with a leap and a bound read more »

    Theresa Ann Moore
  • 332.
    You Are A Mountain

    You know how they say
    That people are trees
    That the moment
    They’re sad gone goes their leaves read more »

    Yaritza Florencio
  • 333.
    A Conscientious Father

    You have been a conscientious father,
    You always gave me a helping hand,
    You comforted me during times of tribulation,
    You always helped me take a formidable stand. read more »

    Joseph T. Renaldi
  • 334.
    Living Shadow

    Sitting on a big chair
    swinging round and round around a round table
    bending to and fro luxuriously
    having all the courage of life read more »

    Nina Joseph
  • 335.
    Though that Men do Call it Dotage

    Though that men do call it dotage,
    Who loveth not wanteth courage;
    And whosoever may love get,
    From Venus sure he must it fet read more »

    Henry VIII Tudor
  • 336.
    To the Same

    I WOULD I had thy courage, dear, to face
    This bankruptcy of love, and greet despair
    With smiling eyes and unconcerned embrace,
    And these few words of banter at “dull care.” read more »

    Wilfrid Scawen Blunt
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