838 match(es) found in poems

Anglo-American Poet

Many great Masters have taken flight
To America, leaving this Island of green...
Joyce Hemsley

How To Write The Great American Indian Novel

All of the Indians must have tragic features: tragic noses, eyes, and arms.
Their hands and fingers must be tragic when they reach for tragic food.
Sherman Alexie.

Jackie Robinson…an American Hero

He never asked to be a hero
For him, playing ball would be just fine
Stanley Cooper

American Names

I have fallen in love with American names,
The sharp names that never get fat,
Stephen Vincent Benet

To Whistler, American

On the loan exhibit of his paintings at the Tate Gallery.
You also, our first great,
Ezra Pound

The American Dream

Fifty is coming fast and hard
Forcing me to become reflective.
Doug Gunderson

American Sniper Poem

It's not a priest that gives us our freedom of religion
And it's not a reporter that gives us our freedom of voice.
Tom Zart

Conversation With An American Writer

'You have courage, ' they tell me.
It's not true. I was never courageous.
Yevgeny Yevtushenko

American Revolution

We are fighting for a purpose,
Fighting for what we believe.
Heather Ashley

The American Way

I am a great American
Gregory Corso

American Beauty

<i>For Ann London </i>
As you described your mastectomy in calm detail
Carolyn Kizer

The American Dream...?

The working class through the nose pay
For rising prices prices every day
Stanley Cooper

An American

The American Spirit speaks:
"If the Led Striker call it a strike,
Rudyard Kipling

American Remembrance (An Epitaph)

U.S. Troops Killed in Iraq. March 2003 to May 2007
You did your duty,
David Barlow

American Feuillage

AMERICA always!
Walt Whitman


Britannia needs no Boulevards,
No spaces wide and gay:
Gilbert Keith Chesterton

Japanese-American Farmhouse, California, 1942

Everything has been taken that anyone
thought worth taking. The stairs are tilted,
Sharon Olds

Elegiac Feelings American

How inseparable you and the America you saw yet was never
Gregory Corso

The American Dream

Things I'd like to see
A congressman with cojones
David Whalen

American Gothic

If we see better through tiny,
grim glasses, we like to wear
William Stafford

I Am The American Constitution

I am the American Constitution.
Do you know my name
Katherine Kay Graven

To The Memory Of The Brave Americans

Under General Greene, in South Carolina,
who fell in the action of September 8, 1781
Philip Freneau

American Primitive

Look at him there in his stovepipe hat,
His high-top shoes, and his handsome collar;
William Jay Smith

American Sonnet (10)

after Lowell
our mothers wrung hell and hardtack from row
Wanda Coleman

An American Soldier

Proud to be in the Army
A government Agent
Tracey Marquart

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