Poems about America poems

Read poems about America from authors all over the world.  Are you a poet?  If yes, then you can also submit poems about America by going to the submit poem page.

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America, America' by Joseph Anderson

Sing out! sing out! America, ''Sweet land of liberty; Tell how we chased the red man''From sea to shining sea''.Be proud, stand tall America, ''Home of the free and brave''; Ignore that angry b

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America by Grayson Givens

* I am not racist at all**This is how i feel about america**No disrespect to no body*They call me second classput chains on me mentallyAmerica has treated me like a slave can't even LOVE her cau

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America 2009 by John Lyday

America has traded in his MercedesFor a beat up, General Motors car.It has a fender and door of different colors.It leaks water, burns oil and won’t go far.America is standing at unemployment,

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America Is Still Shining by Miranda Sss

As I looked out the windowbirds soar across the sky, O how I envy their freedom, their realm ever so high.I remembered America's liberty, and how this country began, when settlers came and star

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America Forever by Delilah Miller

For new possibilities new people, new places, there must be a new age. Transcendentalism must be reformed, for this fresh cagewe linger in, high onforever.We run our fingers across the bars

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America Is America by Antonio Liao

America is America the land of the free, born inthe hope of a new world created, amongst menwho believed the vision of liberty and a freedom to live in this glorious worldas inspired by valued pe

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America by Godspower Oshodin

America, oh sweet home of mineGlories beaconing fineMy heart longs for youYour path way i dream to pass thru.America, this dwelling of bountiful opportunitiesOther lands merging for your treatie

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America by Antonio Liao

wonderful land that makes us onefantastic place whereeveryone chasesglorious as it is, a homewhere everybody belongsyou have been the potof the potter hata dream that every racehas raised

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America by James Monroe Whitfield

America, it is to thee,Thou boasted land of liberty, - It is to thee I raise my song,Thou land of blood, and crime, and wrong.It is to thee, my native land,From whence has issued many a bandTo t

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To America by James Weldon Johnson

How would you have us, as we are?Or sinking 'neath the load we bear?Our eyes fixed forward on a star?Or gazing empty at despair?Rising or falling? Men or things?With dragging pace or footsteps f

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44 (Vivekananda) Religion In America by Rajaram Ramachandran

Freedom, equality and justiceHad been the most valuable treasuresCherished in the American heartsAnd were the basis of their politics.Religion also played its vital role, Well among the American

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America by Jean Lomax-Jackson

America! God gave you broadful landings Designated mountains, valleys, tropics. With measures of shady green pastures To keep the Promised Land, Showing. America! God gave you beautiful children D

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