Top 100 Poems About: COURAGE

In this page, poems on / about “courage” are listed.
  • 1.
    Courage Is

    I'll fight like a soldier,
    I'll fight like a man.
    All a guy can do is the best he can,
    Even though man is free, read more »

    Bettie Beaire Young
  • 2.
    The Flag Of Courage

    I am the flag of courage
    so carry me with pride.
    I shall make the final statement
    to the moment when you tried. read more »

    Edward J. Costello
  • 3.
    Women Of Courage

    Women of courage, women of strength ,
    Women of faith and devotion.
    Mothers of children with spirits so strong
    Who may have unbridled imaginations. REFRAIN: They are women, women of courage read more »

    Kathy L. Goings
  • 4.

    What does courage mean to me?
    What does it mean to you?
    To some, a single attribute, others, quite a few,
    For courage is a lack of fear, inspired by faith and love, read more »

    Richard Baird
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    Robert L. Laumeyer
  • 6.

    Courage is the brave-heart soldier, in the face of death
    A hero to the rescue, gives someone dying their breath
    Heroes are born with courage, no matter what the cost
    They risk their own lives, to see another is not lost read more »

    Wallace Waldo Williams
  • 7.

    O lonely heart so timid of approach,
    Like the shy tropic flower that shuts its lips
    To the faint touch of tender finger tips:
    What is your word? What question would you broach? read more »

    Claude McKay
  • 8.
    The Quality Of Courage

    Black trees against an orange sky,
    Trees that the wind shook terribly,
    Like a harsh spume along the road,
    Quavering up like withered arms, read more »

    Stephen Vincent Benet
  • 9.
    The Abnormal Is Not Courage

    The Poles rode out from Warsaw against the German
    Tanks on horses. Rode knowing, in sunlight, with sabers,
    A magnitude of beauty that allows me no peace.
    And yet this poem would lessen that day. Question read more »

    Jack Gilbert
  • 10.

    Today I opened wide my eyes,
    And stared with wonder and surprise,
    To see beneath November skies
    An apple blossom peer; read more »

    Robert William Service
  • 11.

    CARELESSLY over the plain away,
    Where by the boldest man no path
    Cut before thee thou canst discern,
    Make for thyself a path! read more »

    Johann Wolfgang von Goethe
  • 12.
    Supposing That I Should Have The Courage

    Supposing that I should have the courage
    To let a red sword of virtue
    Plunge into my heart,
    Letting to the weeds of the ground read more »

    Stephen Crane
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