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Poems About: COURAGE

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

  • 337.
    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
  • 338.

    Depuis toujours je suis africain,
    Depuis le ventre maternel,
    Avant même que je ne fusse conçu,
    J’ai toujours été africain, read more »

    kafun lady
  • 339.

    WHAT can we give in return
    For her beauty and mystery
    Of flowering forest, infinite plain,
    Deep sky and distant mountain-chain, read more »

    Dowell O'Reilly
  • 340.
    The Stockbroker

    The ledge felt quite intrusive,
    his bony legs and scrawny ass
    had chosen just to sit a bit.
    He was unsure, since 10 o'clock read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
  • 341.
    A Hundred Thousand Men

    I have been the courage
    Of a hundred thousand men
    And I have been their right and truth
    Since time itself began read more »

    Bill Simmons
  • 342.
    Capturing the wild horse of Courage

    Tell me how to overcome this fear
    And I will listen and memorise every word.
    Point to me the easy solution
    But remind me that all great things need courage. read more »

    Ivy Christou
  • 343.
    My Best Friend

    Dad - You have been an extraordinary friend,
    You were always giving me a helping hand,
    Your hovering attentiveness soothed my problems,
    And encouraged me to always take a firm stand. read more »

    Joseph T. Renaldi
  • 344.
    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
  • 345.
    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
  • 346.
    Thank You, and I Love You

    You held me in your stomach for nine months
    Then you gave all your courage just to give birth to me
    and there I lay on the hospital bed with you
    thanking God that I was born read more »

    Chaotic Life aka Curly Mer
  • 347.
    The C.F.A.

    You ask old Meg McHenry about the C.F.A.
    And without them she will tell you she'd be Homeless today
    The trees and paddocks around her house left burnt and looking black
    But they risked their lives to save her home and they beat the huge flames back. read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 348.
    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
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