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World War II Acrostic Poems

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Premium Member THE OLD MAN, 'BANDITO'
Georgie by some, Blood and Guts by others,

Each badge, sister Nita always honors,

Olympics of 1912, he entered,

Running and fencing what made him preferred

George made General...

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Categories: 12th grade, africa, america,



Premium Member Juneteenth


June 6, 1944, known as D-Day, allied troops landed on the beaches, an
unpleasant day that started in the early morning hours in
Normandy, France, and turned...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: courage, death, history, world

Losing Hope
When we came on that train we go into the dark. 
To never see light again, to never see a familiar face, 
To starve, to...

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Categories: 10th grade, world war

ANZAC Acrostic
Amazingly courageous 
Never give up
Zero percent selfish
Always remembered
Caring souls...

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Categories: remembrance day, veterans day,

FIELD OF FREEDOM
A fter school play was always a given,

F or there were so many others to play with.
I was part of the "Boomer" generation...
E verything came...

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© Dan Cwiak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, death, dedication, freedom,

Grandfather
Grave is where you lie
Remembering who you are
Attributes you instilled in me, guided fleets 
North Star

Dedicated soldier 
Fought in World War II
Agonizing pain from cancer...

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Categories: death, grandfather, world war