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Poems About: WAR

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  • 313.
    WAR!

    A wall across the field of war
    People not knowing what they are fighting for
    War is just a mask for pain
    A shield to hide a cold embrace read more »

    cailen wilken
  • 314.
    In that cold war

    The soldiers who live and died for us
    Has an anniversary
    As we remember their sacrifices
    In that cold war read more »

    Chengster Chai
  • 315.
    GESCHMOLZENES

    Ein Rauhreif, der reifte
    vor sich hin
    ein silberner Reif
    war sein Gewinn - read more »

    Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)
  • 316.
    Der Wikinger-Bär

    Vom Himmel fiel er mit einem Boot
    so war vergessen meine Herzensnot
    wir paddelten dann und wann
    zelteten und erzählteten read more »

    Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)
  • 317.
    A WAR CRY

    There is a war cry Somewhere, We feel it around us Anywhere, There is a war cry's cloud Over our heads somewhere, It's a war cry that hovers Over our heads somewhere, so It's scary and gloomy because This war cry gets louder and louder. read more »

    MOHAMMAD SKATI
  • 318.
    Peace Protesters Must Be Arrested

    writing under political radar
    unpublished under search radar
    equates to more censor escapes
    knowing freedom of formal speech read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 319.
    You forget at times...

    You forget at times
    How cruel war can be.
    War has an excitement
    All by itself, read more »

    Jacques du Lumerie
  • 320.
    STREET GANGS

    Where there is little love there can be no peace
    If hearts are at war, thus begins the warring of nations afar read more »

    Anne McDowell
  • 321.
    The Poppy

    The symbol of those who died,
    The symbol of the war,
    That left many in the fields,
    To be buried without a name, read more »

    Maya Robena
  • 322.
    Vietnam Travel Haiku - Saigon War Museum

    Saigon War Museum
    burnt hole ridden children clothes
    my heart too in tatters read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 323.
    War

    War is unnecessary
    It is used to show who is stronger
    And who is weaker
    War brings tragedies read more »

    BlacknessRose ...
  • 324.
    On The Home Front

    All quiet here on the home front
    This morning of Christmas,2001
    Skitch Henderson leads
    The New York Pops read more »

    Marjorie DeBol DeFazio
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