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Poems About: WAR

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

  • 133.
    A war

    No wanted war
    life is war read more »

    otteri selvakumar
  • 134.
    Pervasive Rhetoric War

    with declared war on terrorism war
    is promoted as a nationalistic virtue
    by shadow governments who continue
    to kill peace makers opposed to war read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 135.
    War Is Not

    message to uni bomba man
    news flash war is not
    part of noble solution read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 136.
    The Call

    (France, August first, 1914)

    Far and near, high and clear,
    Hark to the call of War! read more »

    Robert William Service
  • 137.
    The War Winners

    The war winners always write the war history and as for those in war who have known defeat
    They never do know of adulation and with a sad ending they meet
    Arrested and tried for war crimes and executed for crimes against humanity
    The victorious war leaders are feted as heroes though they seem no less guilty to me read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 138.
    Haiku (Senryu) ~ Soldier

    a lonely soldier
    in the war field of mind
    fights with a pen read more »

    Palas kumar Ray
  • 139.

    In the old wars drum of hoofs and the beat of shod feet.
    In the new wars hum of motors and the tread of rubber tires.
    In the wars to come silent wheels and whirr of rods not
    yet dreamed out in the heads of men. read more »

    Carl Sandburg
  • 140.
    All's Fair in Love and War

    Going on instinct, wanting to survive
    you kill all people both low and high
    you hide from sunlight for darkness is your only friend
    you must survive no matter what until this war ends read more »

    Cat Windham
  • 141.
    P.O.W. (Prisoners Of War)

    Locked up in a cell
    The prisoners of war light the fuse to the dynamite
    The door is blasted off the hinges
    The prisoners of war escape through the opening where the door was read more »

    Justin Gildow
  • 142.
    Field of Battle

    Forced are the troops of battle,
    Into the field of war, of war.
    Feed on their movement, general,
    As a leader of war, of this battle. read more »

    Naveed Akram
  • 143.

    There is an ugly war Coming soon even it Has not broken out yet, This area (Our area) is Greatly blessed by ugly Wars that happen every now and then, read more »

  • 144.
    Wars are Fought in the Mind

    Wars are fought in the hearts of men and women
    Wars last as long as the mind preparation in each camp
    Surprise can beat even the strongest
    The destructions in wars are equal to the nature of men's hearts read more »

    Njousi Abang
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