Poems About: WAR
Poems on / about :
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253.The Somme-France 1916, From A 15 Year Olds Perspective
They said welcome to the warzone kid,
Now run along and don't get killed,
War was easier said then done,
With shrapnel flying, read more »Harrison Bishop
254.The unfinished battle
`1The unfinished battle
The strive is not over, if it is not over read more »ipaye olawole peter
255.A War About God And A War About Land
A war about God and a war about Land
The tragic loss of lives I do not understand
A just war in truth is a damnable lie
For in modern day conflicts many civilians do die read more »Francis Duggan
256.You And This War
You are part of this war. You
pay taxes. You are not part of this
war. No one in charge cares what
you think. You are part of this read more »Hans Ostrom
257.For War The Cost Is Great
As well as for World harmony another huge setback
There is one big lesson to be learned from Iraq
Those who invade other Countries a huge price must pay
For war the cost is great tis always been this way. read more »Francis Duggan
258.In Future Times
In future times there will not be war like people aggressive people will be of the past
the glorification of war which has gone on for centuries is something that is not destined to last
The peaceful people they will be the rulers and there will be a time of World harmony
Of the dark energy of those who divide and conquer some future generation will live free, read more »Francis Duggan
259.Ode to War
War is war with Nature's peace -
Eternal is the pounding drill.
War is Man in Evil's grease -
Besmeared is he with chronic ill. read more »Mark R Slaughter
260.A LOVE OR WAR?
What will you choose between love and war in the world
To achieve all goals of ambition in the world life or work?
If you choose war you should surely be prepared to die;
If you choose love you should really be prepared to sacrifice. read more »Ramesh T A
261.Red Is The Blood We Bleed
It is a very natural thing for one to love their Land of birth
And think that their Homeland Country is the finest Land on Earth
In his Lay of the last Minstrel Walter Scott said it all
Often with tears the migrant the old Homeland recall. read more »Francis Duggan
262.Who Are The Real War Profiteers?
it is hard to understand
why some internationally esteemed
television stations read more »Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
263.The recurring disease of mankind.
Before the actual war
There is a mental war.
During a war
There is a heavy mar. read more »Ravi Panamanna
264.A Victory or Death?
All abhor war but wars are there!
Beyond all means only war comes;
Crossing all line of control of peace
Danger of war begins to decide crisis. read more »Ramesh T A