Poems About: HISTORY
Poems on / about :
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37.On Passing Cromwell Street
In Melbourne streets named in his honour though he does not warrant such fame
For he lived a life of dishonour yet he never felt any shame
For his crimes against the poor of Ireland the winners write the history they say
And historians are too kind to Cromwell the one who did awful things in his day. read more »Francis Duggan
38.History Stones People.
History stones people.
They stoned Moses, David and Linclon, read more »Samuel Katz
39.My History Teacher
My ice cold blood
[you're not a warm-blooded creature]
Your ice cold stare
Is my HISTORY TEACHER read more »Gabriella Franco
40.The American Flag
Symbols of Freedom.
Engraved stories will
never be erased.
Stories of History. read more »Melissa Wagner
41.War Is Our Worlds History
I Look into a history book.
And what do I see?
Pain and agony, death and suffering,
I see history that tells a lot about our world. read more »Christian Cervantes
History be not kind to your memory,
Slander and mockery come as easily as the wind,
To the pages of history. read more »Thomas Vaudin
43.Three Kinds of People
The books of my history
Begins with comedy
And end with tragedy
“Son”, do you know this read more »David Aoloch Bion
44.You Tell Me Of Your Australian History
You tell me of your Australian history your ancestors were British and Irish pioneers
But your history in this Land is not an old history just two centuries and twenty years
And in time that may seem quite a long span though the combined life spans of three people nothing more
Your ancestors hardly were Aussies they came here from a distant shore. read more »Francis Duggan
avoiding history is a family tradition,
draft dodging, missing wars, as far
back as my fathers go, I find
no soldiers, no warriors and also read more »Jesse Weiner
46.Man In The Mirror...
mystery man, history man, dangerous man,
all that are man.
but one man sang,
mystery man, read more »Angel Diaz
It is not just a fairy tale
But true and very much real
In the history of long long ago
There flourished the glory of Athens read more »Rekha Sathya
48.The history boy, the mystery boy
The history boy, the mystery boy,
has decided to bid us goodbye,
always full of energy and enthusiasm,
quite a source of inspiration and joy, read more »Sunny Mittal