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World War I Alliteration Poems

These World War I Alliteration poems are examples of poetry about World War I Alliteration. These are the best examples of Alliteration World War I poems written by international poets.


For the Fallen in Flanders Field
Famished and flagging footsoldiers;
facing fatigue, fitful fever,
faeces and foul, foetid fungi.
Fostering feelings, frustrated,
for this faraway, foreign field.

Forays so fraught with fine failure;
forfeiting furtive and fiendish,
fatally...

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Categories: conflict, death, history, remembrance



For the Fallen in Flanders Field - Original
Famished and flagging footsoldiers;
formerly fitters and farmers.
Facing fatigue, fitful fever,
faeces and foul, foetid fungi.
Fostering feelings, frustrated,
for this faraway, foreign field.

Forsaking fissures and furrows,
forced forwards with...

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Categories: conflict, death, history, memorial,

HE BANNED CHAIRS
HE BANNED CHAIRS

Looks like we will sit on the floor.
There is a new leader		      with a big boat to flaunt.
When...

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Categories: abortion, baptism, black african

School of life
Every Situation that is challenging
Trust me it is life Changing 
And if you think I'm joking
You should ask yourself why I'm always praying
and not playing

Life...

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