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Patriotic Abc Poems | Abc Poems About Patriotic

These Patriotic Abc poems are examples of Abc poems about Patriotic. These are the best examples of Patriotic Abc poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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trust the system

footsteps aimlessly
walking on their trails
beaten down and broken
shiny as the rails
the rails of the train
over used and rusted
crumbling ignored
the system that you trusted
the silence of conformity
the quiet crying song
of people lost in apathy
monotony so long
the old man remembered
the booming days of old
and tried to warn the youngster
with stories he had told
the young man in the t shirt
can hear no warning cries
television cataracts
covering his eyes
commoners injected
with complacent misdemeanors
fed intravenously
from mass media feeders
the heretics will scream
with no one to hear their call
the working slaves will perish
society will fall
in the pulpit yelling
mystifying lies
sweating like a demon
with fire in his eyes
passing round a dish
to collect the workers' wage
saving souls ain't easy
so he sets a stage
profiting from fear
preparing them for death
comfort is a business
says his liquor breath
on the front row fanning
the woman says amen
waiting for the bell
so she can live in sin
forgiveness is a blessing
that god will give to few
surely she'll be one
when her life is through
the child in the classroom
with the curious mind
will be beaten and conditioned
until she too is blind 
"trust in the system"
is the motto that they teach
"question nothing,
so higher you can reach"
the land of the free
the home of the brave
only for those of us
content with being slaves
some will stand on street corners
holding big white signs
telling of injustice
held beneath our sights
but those who throw the bombs
which burn society down
those will be the shakers
for true freedom to be found
but the sheep still continue
to justify their life
ignoring others torment
blind to their strife
perpetuating failure
selling bankers souls
to keep on consuming
to get the best remote control
to build themselves a shield
what kind of life is this
numbness is a virtue
and ignorance is bliss


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My land

Somaliland

Logic meant to be flat
My love meant to fight

My land is the land of the lonely tree
The land of the lonely tree
Is out of thy map
But she concurred
Space in every heart
Maybe harsh
But mine

Oh Allah bless
My people an my land

Her ballade is my anthem of pride
Watch the flag is flying high
Read the lips
out of the heart
Who recite holy words
The victory and the forte
For Allah

Oh Allah bless
My people an my land


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Free Our Country from Corruption

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Spell Us Both

Betroth her to me,
If she will never stop amazing my spirit.
Bring her to me, 
If she will never stop beautifying my heart.
Hand her to me,
If she will never stop spoiling me with love.
Entrust her to me,
If she will never stop till she fight my war.
Leave her to me, 
If she will never wish for my death before the hour.
Send her to me,
Let our hands lock in wed.
Send her to me,
Let our oneness soul united.


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26 of june

26 of June came again
The old month of June
Old but always young
In the calendar of glory
The gala caliber counted high
'cause the freedom course
Call culminate
And came to the final call
Cheerful calls
Calls of the courage men
Who retained hopes
Calls to heart
Healing the wounds
Of the soul
26 of June came again
The old month of June
Old but always charm
The light
The night 
Of the freedom
The lost
 And cast
 Although
 very high
The dignity through the lost
we regain
As a nation we reign
To the heart again
26 of June came again
 



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A letter to a soldier

A letter to a soldier.
Dear Solder:
   I saw you the other day. You had on a uniform so neat. With shinny buttons 
and shoe.
I like the way you carried the flag. Nice tall For all to see.
My dad says, You fight for our freedom and for me to be able to write this letter.
My dad says freedom doesn't come cheap. And many of your friends.Have gave 
their lives? 
He told me about the American wars and how the first war was for our freedom 
and rights.
He told me how a man tried to kill us all and take our country. How the soldiers 
stop them all.
We solder,. 't time for me to go to bed . But I'll say a prayer for you tonight.
Thanking you for my freedom and my life.
                Thankyou American solder,             
                         Johnny


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I Fly

I fly. 
I was born a flag red white and blue in color. 
13 Stars And 13 strips. 
I have been in many places. But still fly for only one nation. 
I have seen many wars and been fired on and full of holes. 
But I still fly high. 
I fly on just about every building and many of home.  
I fly in some places only for the hero's that are dead. 
I bow to no other and will never do. 
I fly because I love you.


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Who am I

Who Am I ?
I am many. I come from the rich and the poorest of families.
I sleep in mud ,the rain and snow. I eat when I can and where I can.
I only carry a rifle to protect those I am asked to. I ask nothing in return.
I do so because I am proud to love  my country. For what it stands for.
I am an American solder and I will die for you.


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We Honor

We Honor
We honor God, for he is the King of kings.
We honor our mother and father, for the gave us life.
We honor our teachers, for giving their time to teach us the things we require for 
life.
But most of all we honor the men and women that protect us.
And provide us with the freedom we have.
God blesses them and protects them


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I walk alone

I walk  not alone
I walk not alone. But with many of my brothers and sisters. I watch them fall. 
Knowing I maybe next. I carry my head high knowing what I doing was making 
my nation proud. 
I stand up for freedom in the world. So I can see little children grow. This land 
that I serve has been free for over 200 years. Many before me gave their life. Now 
it's mine to do the same. As the bombs drop, I see  out in the distance a flag. It 
has many stars and red and white stripes ripped but not fallen. I just think about 
only one thing this flag is mine and I helped keep it flying. So not only we serve a 
nation. We serve those that have died before us. So God blesses America And 
my brothers and sisters.


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