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Badge Of Honor Poems

Badge Of Honor Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of badge of honor poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for badge of honor.

New Poems

Blade
I’m the Vampire Slayer/
I’m good friends with Buffy/
Energy Vampires absorbs Vibrations/
I HATE U BLOOD SUCKERS/
The DayWalker and The Nightcrawler/ 
Creepy for those Blood lusting/
The Thirst
I have some Temptations/
But I Fight it/
Can’t Hide through the Day or Night cause All Eyes...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, how i feel, humanity, jesus,
Form: Free verse



THE THINGS THEY DID NOT SAY
"The LORD giveth and HE taketh," they say
No one said that your space will be left to decay
None can fill it
Some are too short or too small
Very docile or just too tall

They did not say that you would hover 
around...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, bereavement, death, emotions, farewell, goodbye, longing, obituary,
Form: Rhyme
Nora Aunor
By George P. Lumayag
https://georgelumayag.weebly.com

The Super Snow Moon lighted our bleeding hearts,
That we’re staging the National Arts Month in February;
It reminded us to the king like the powerful wolf 
Who defaced the rules of artistry
That he butted his unverified thoughts 
To...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Depression Suits You
Depression suits you
Your badge of honor
Hidden to no one
Understood by you
Your identity

Fiercely holding
Close to your heart
Empty feelings
Your own mantra

Lack of hope
Sorrowful
In a rut

Dreary
Alone

Sad
...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, depression,
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
Pinching of a Made Man

Caught in the act — 
That’s a boyz-to-men
criminal fact

Court-ordered to lip unlock
No bail ... 
bar code held in a cellblock

Cop daddy ‘cuffed embrace:
tough love 
kiss given to a rap sheet face
Blue reach long arms of the law
pinching another juvenile adult

Rebel...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, allegory, prison, truth, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse



Premium Member GHOST TOWN
The clanking sound of spurs, the sun’s glare
off the shiny doppelganger derringers.
Her hat tipped onto her sweating brow.

“Contests! We don’t need no stinking contests!”

Her cowhide boots kick up the prairie dust.
She’s not your quintessential grandmother.

Her torrential windpipe words ready for...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, humor,
Form: Cowboy
Mind Vybes
I guess this had to be said
The root causes for the way
I am kept awake at night 
Summer heat no sleep
My only companions are
Past events and the opinions
My soul resents. 

I guess it had to be felt
Every reflection and failure
To...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, feelings, freedom, introspection, psychological, repetition, spoken word,
Form: Bio
Five-O Cool Cats

Tony
Joe
Frank 
Theo
These iconic names, 
for those who don’t know,
are four cool detective cats ... 
television Five-O

Mr. Barretta
Sgt. Friday
Lt. Columbo
T. Kojak ... who loves you, baby!
These Five-O cool cats,
they always make a righteous arrest
Badge of honor
pinned to a bulletproof vest
Blue skin
and...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, cool, fun, nostalgia, tribute,
Form: Light Verse
Assassination of Royal Blood
On this silent night you won’t hear a sound until it’s already over
With blood thirsty eyes are blades will kiss their throats
Paint these walls with the blood of the family
When the crow caws at midnight begin the killing
This cold feeling...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, fantasy,
Form: ABC
Badge of Honor

He was a straight-laced lawman,
who went strictly by the book
Before he took any criminal gunsmoke down,
he would give them 
his best Marshall Dillon righteous look
Said he would always give them a fair trial
Just one of the rules his daddy lawman...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, emotions, family, identity, integrity,
Form: Free verse
A Nation Cries Out
Shed blood, protection of innocence, a badge of honor
An oath was made
Defense of liberties and freedoms
Restrictions placed, standards no more
Chaos and anarchy knock at our doors
Forlorn morals; a time forgotten
Democracy is dead, the people have no voice
Gray haired remnants, so...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, america, analogy, betrayal, character, corruption, family, history,
Form: Free verse
Half Measures
This is how it starts
the decline of who we are, the decline of something more
the start of wars
Installed in us is confidence
confidence, a blessing or a curse
Without confidence we stand degraded, disenchanted, alone
while with too much we kick down too...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, suicide, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Honor
He loves nothing more than the daily smiles she puts there, and he wears them like a badge of honor in his name. He loves nothing more than the daily smiles she puts there, and he wears them like a...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, i love you, love,
Form: Carpe Diem
Premium Member COLLABORATED POEM CONTEST
GUARDIAN OF HAUTE-SAVOIE

At Pointe Percee, a dragon's lair:

A hotspot where no tourist stamps their passport.
The roar of dragon’s mating, females laying eggs.
Wings of rushing waterfalls, winds of alcoholic breath.
They yearn to take flight, to frighten the deep and dark.

A guardian...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, animal, conflict, courage, hero,
Form: Free verse
Tempting rain
The heavens wore gray 
a blanket of clouds hovered 
ensuing a roiling interplay 
of sun and impending shower
wrestling for control of the sky.

I was feeling gleefully energized
brazen enough to dare the rain to fall,
command the clouds to move away,
anything more...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, rain,
Form: Free verse
And Still I Cried
They told me that it was going to be alright,
My daughter what a pride,
Smiling, happy to have joined,
The symphony of military life.
Back then it was alright,
Till they brought her in a coffin,
A body gored without eyes,
A badge of honor,
Compensation,
And the...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, absence,
Form: Elegy
Coming of age
He was 11 when his first scars began to appear
In the beginning his scars were small and not very deep
Originating at school his hazing began
This boy was bullied
He was changing and his friends didn't like it
They teased him
He was a...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, age, growing up, pain,
Form: Bio
An Accident
An Accident


On August 20, 1963 I was on
The back of a motorcycle going slow
At a pace of ten miles an hour in front
Of a shopping center that bowed

The belly of the bow was a blind spot
A young man we knew...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, irony,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member To Those who Know
" Some can never go home"

The house is now empty
and the walls painted in mildew and mold
It has a musky breath of unforgiveness
The wooden floor, once a place of refuge,
is now buckled, broken with rust stained nails
Footprints are measured in...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, betrayal, childhood,
Form: Free verse
a dog's good-bye
paws on his casket
he drops a white rose
onto his friend
  a soldier come home
  his final badge of honor


4/15/13
for rick's rose tanka contest...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, animal, tribute,
Form: Tanka
A BADGE OF HONOR
Being a cop was a hard
job
for Joe Friday!


In Dragnet he was fair and
tough...
was he happy?...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, dedication,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Be a Man
I was always taught
Men shouldn't cry
Now when I look back
I'm left to wonder why

Lack of expression
Emotions held inside
Silly badge of honor
A mans stoic pride

Hearts that are broken
Pain from many years
Souls that are drowning 
In pools of unshed tears

Strength redefined
Time to...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, childhood, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Different Connotations
I reckon you could rightly say that I am from the old school,
But some of the politically correct stuff today, as a general rule,
Leaves me scratching my skull, baffled and so incredulous,
Groping for the proper words as I try to...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, funny, old, day, old,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Silver Strands
Silver Strands

Platinum it was, not a hint of gold
Silver tiara was grandma’s crown
Brushed over her head, to a bun rolled
She always refused to wear it down

It shone in the sun silvery bright
Her bun boasted a badge of honor
Holocaust survivor fled...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, family, war,
Form: Rhyme
Who Am I
In naming who I am 
It names my country,
Family, profession,
All that I am.

Dare I face threat of 
Persecution, imprisoned
Torture or death, 
When I profess who I am?

When my life 
Is on the line
Nothing else matters,
But, who I am.

A badge of...Read More
Categories: badge of honor, faith, introspection, religion
Form: I do not know?