Poems About: MURDER
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241.The Death Penalty Is Murder
You go to your house of worship to your God to pray
But that your Government execute people with you is okay
When you tell me that all bad people deserve to die
Are you trying to say Moses Fifth Commandment is a lie? read more »Francis Duggan
242.The Death King
I hired a carpenter
to build my coffin
and last night I lay in it,
braced by a pillow, read more »Anne Sexton
243.The Murder Of Humanity
Once there lived two friends,
human and humanity.
human was loving and caring,
while humanity spread peace and brotherhood. read more »Arfa Iris
244.The Martial Courage Of A Day Is Vain
THE martial courage of a day is vain,
An empty noise of death the battle's roar,
If vital hope be wanting to restore, read more »William Wordsworth
245.IS ABORTION MURDER?
Is it human rights to have an abortion and kill the unborn?
Is this a holocaust of hidden murders and secret scorn?
So certain folk can stay in fashion and the secret is kept,
Out of sight, out of mind like the baby they would not accept. read more »James Bredin
246.I Hate the Thought of Hate Crimes
A crime is a crime no matter how cut it,
A murder is a murder, a rape is a rape,
An assault is what it is,
A crime scene is a crime with the yellow tape. read more »Joe Rosochacki
A long, long walk,
More than A Long Walk
To Freedom. read more »Diana van den Berg
248.John Wilkes Booth
'Tis written of the man who murdered Lincoln that he was not right in the head
But of anyone who commits such a crime the same thing can be said
But in truth he only was fulfilling his life's destiny
And none of us are perfect or so 'twould seem to me. read more »Francis Duggan
With step-mom & dear old dad
Somewhere in Fall River, Mass
Andrew & Abby Borden, their read more »Robert Sheridan
250.Why do we fight?
War why is it?
War could Ii be stopped?
Can we stop our mothers or fathers dieing
Our husbands and wives coming back in body bags? read more »Lesley Bass
What is there to do
Either way your going to lose,
Somebody you care about
Something you'll never doubt, read more »Tyronda Simon
252.The Faithful Few
When the few rule the many, homicide has always been a weapon
To achieve a goal
Sublime crime stole souls before they could behold read more »Josephine DixonBanks