Poems about War poems

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War by Daniel Chapman

War not really sure what Im fighting forBut what I know is I want war no moreWe fight and we fight and we fightThrough hell, sleet, day and nightIve seen mothers, sisters, fathers, and brothers

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A War by Sylvia Chidi

A war of words, a war of wordsOnly in their simplicity we can affordThese spoken words when out of controlBury nations in graves deeper than any holeA war of friends, a war of friendsIs okay at

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. The War-Song Of Dinas Vawr by Thomas Love Peacock

The mountain sheep are sweeter, But the valley sheep are fatter; We therefore deemed it meeter To carry off the latter. We made an expedition; We met a host, and quelled it; We

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War by Bob Blackwell

Let the war begin.missiles fired from afarhigh above bombs are dropped, missiles fall, bombs explode.Down below, fire and noise; smoke and dust, lights go out, and buildings gone, streets on

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War ' by Gordon Whittaker

Three little letters a simple anagram of raw, but the outcome is Death Devastation, Sorrow.For the thousands of innocents massacred, there is no tomorrow.They had no choice, not even a voice, ove

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Memories Of War by Linda Hepner

When I was four I crossed the roadTo pick some flowers growing wildIn meadows lovely to a childAllowed to roam the birds' abode.A wandering bomb had hit the homeWhich once stood calm upon this p

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To England At The Outbreak Of The Balkan.. by Alan Seeger

A cloud has lowered that shall not soon pass o'er. The world takes sides: whether for impious aims With Tyranny whose bloody toll enflames A generous people to heroic war; Whether with Freedom, st

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The War Of Inis-Thona by James Macpherson

Reflections on the poet's youth. An apostrophe to Selma. Oscar obtains leave to go to Inis-thona, an island of Scandinavia. The mournful story of Argon and Ruro, the two sons of the king of Inis-thona

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War Thoughts by Herbert Nehrlich

Roland cannot go to school, his brother needs the trousers, for shorts the weather is too coolno clothes for rabblerousers.The war was won by others, yupthe piper must be paidI'll go around wit

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War Memoirs by Herbert Nehrlich

Over at the river's bankstands my buddy, Mellow Frank, thinking of the German Tankthat he observed right where it sankthey saved the captain, what a crankhe chewed tobacco and he stankwith two p

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War! War! War! by QalmeTari Misterres of Death ..

...........................................War! War! War! ...................................Is all that people talk about.................................... .......War! War! War! ...............

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It Was The War To End All Wars by Richard S. Wells

Cave, Cave, Deus Videt(Beware, Beware, God Sees Thee) ...Crude those canyonsscratched by fear and hatewhere hope abandonedyoung men to their fatewhose blood erodeswee rivulets through the tr

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