Poems About: WAR
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349.I Don't Feel Sorry Anzac Day Is Over
I don't feel sorry Anzac day is over enough of talk of war for one more year
I did not attend the ceremony at the war memorial their tired old speeches I did not wish to hear
I do not wish to belittle their glory but their sameness I find boring just the same
They pass their torch to the young generation who to the war drums march on towards their fame. read more »Francis Duggan
350.We Have Not Learned That Much From The Past
We have not learned that much from past history the men of power repeat the same mistake
By threatening war on the Iraqi people for in war there's death and suffering and heartbreak
And in war there's never happiness and laughter the bomber jets they dropp death from the sky
Why to kill or capture the Iraqi leader will so many innocents have to suffer and die? . read more »Francis Duggan
351.Those Who Start War
Your sworn enemy of today tomorrow might be your friend
And things are very different when hostilities end
And in any disagreement one party not all to blame
But when ageing men send young men and women for them to die in that I see great shame. read more »Francis Duggan
352.Tears for Taps
A parade to remember the fallen soldiers
The Color Guard marching in stride
Proudly carry the colors
The aging veterans wearing uniforms of past read more »Michael Peterson
353.Par For The Course
Bombs explode with shock and awe
Bodies strewn across earth's floor
Witness to our own mortality
Watched through hazy unreality read more »Stanley Cooper
Where has the dreamer gone?
Off to war.
And his dreams?
He had to lay them aside. read more »Charles Wagner
355.Let The Wind Blow
For the last eight years of my life
I was being cut with unsharpened knife
Now let the time come to end the strife.
Let the wind blow and whistle in my ears, read more »Lidia Yeibio
356.LOVE AND WAR
I can't keep away from love and war
I seen too many people having there heads blown up,
Especially when I heard the shoots of the gun being fired too many Times
It gives me butterflies in my stomach read more »Aldo Kraas
357.The War That Men Do
Agreed. It's greed.
Politics is war without bloodshed...
War is politics with bloodshed
Making peace is too harder than making war. read more »Cynthia Aluning
Avoiding wars is what wise nations do;
It matters not by who and how war starts;
If war-ravaged, none can compensate you;
Patience, prudence, wisdom afill must hearts. read more »Dr John Celes
I rewrote a previous poem of mine......
Brave buildings built in honour of
The ones they left behind read more »David Keig
Guards keep their eyes on us inside this prison
Prisoner of Afghanistan war we are
Surrounded by walls
Inside those walls is only darkness read more »Aldo Kraas