Poems About: MURDER
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229.What does that make you?
If you work in capital punishment what does that make you?
If you kill a murderer I think that’s murder too.
If you hurt some one would you expect it to be returned?
But from your point of view that hurt would have been earned. read more »Amy Fifita
230.Tiller-Baby Killer-Got What He Deserved
Can't say I'm sorry
'Cause I'm not
As a father
As a parent read more »Ramona Thompson
231.Until the Innocent Are Not Punished
Believed things would end how I wanted them to,
But now I can't erase it, so what do I do?
Had hoped things would change, perhaps fix themselves, too.
But most times denial is better than truth. read more »Shalyn Stachmus
232.'' The True Martyrs We Will Proclaim ''
The world watched in horror as our twin towers crashed,
The lives of thousands of innocents were dashed,
For those left behind their ideals were trashed,
Murder was the terrorist’s game. read more »bri mar
233.Ballade of a Special Edition
He comes; I hear him up the street--
Bird of ill omen, flapping wide
The pinion of a printed sheet,
His hoarse note scares the eventide. read more »Amy Levy
234.Did She Get Away With Murder?
Pretty eyes wide
With a sweet innocent stare
Lips that whisper and pout
I had no idea read more »Ramona Thompson
235.Holocaust Latvia Begins
Holocaust Latvia begins
on June 22,1941 when
the German army invaded
the Russian Soviet Union; read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
236.Little-Known Death Factory
The German invasion of the Soviet Union
commenced on June 22,1941.
Behind the rapidly advancing Wehrmacht forces read more »Paul Hartal
237.'' For The Crime Of Murder There Is No Defence ''
The good Lords commandments have been cast to the side,
If you commit murder there's no need to hide,
We no longer heed the words of our God,
With self-interest society has become overawed. read more »bri mar
238.Song Of A Remorseful Man
Hard enough prison confinement without the bitter memory
Of my long dead murdered father like a spectre haunting me
Every night I dream about him here in my gloomy prison cell
I'd be best off dead and buried and suffering with the damned in hell. read more »Francis Duggan
239.Louis Maxwell (In Memorial)
LaVena Lynn Johson and Pat Tillman, is there still another story to tell,
Well, ponder the “friendly fire” assination of U.N. Guard Louis Maxwell,
That’s so right, exactly like the first two it was murder in the first degree,
In mathmatical terms a murder, plus a murder & one more murder = 3. read more »Luke Easter
Sidling upon the river, the white boat
Has volleyed with its cannon all the morning,
Shaken the shore towns like a Judgment warning,
Telling the palsied water its demand read more »Richard Wilbur