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Best Bombed Poems

Below are the all-time best Bombed poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of bombed poems written by PoetrySoup members


HAMAS TERRORIST BASTARDS, Telling women and children to stay in buildings to be bombed
There is no truce for Hamas, these terrorist murderers not only kill Israelis, 
but allow their Palestine citizens, men, women, and completely innocent 
children to...

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Categories: bombed, evil, sick, sin, truth,
Form: Dramatic monologue



Premium Member Oh Jerusalem
Remember

Israel of three thousand years
expulsed at times
enslaved by the Romans
gassed by Europe
persecuted by Saudi-Arabia
murdered by Iran and Iraq
shackled by Egypt
attacked by Jordan
robbed by Syria
sold out...

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Categories: bombed, allah, bible, god, gospel, heaven, jewish,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member At Dunkirk
At
Dunkirk,
where thousands
of stranded men
lined a bloody beach,
hope was draining with each
air strike delivered by the
unrelenting Germans’ aircraft.
Cold, starved, and injured men watched from shore -
their...

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Categories: bombed, courage, world war ii,
Form: Etheree
Premium Member OMG Whatever
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Oh - Emm - Geeeee !!!

Who me??

OMG!...I'm gonna wig out, doing this poem!!
A ditz like me writing for a freakin’ contest, no less!!!??
You gotta be...

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Categories: bombed, funny,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Into your Hideout
Into your Hideout


The ruins of my mind
The bombed out places so so unkind
Lost you in the haze of hells fire
Bombs making humanity expire

I have dreams...

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Categories: bombed, life, music, sad love, war, women,
Form: Free verse



one veteran's day
firkins and gherkins and whistles and shoes
cluster bombs, punji stakes, death in the news
choppers chattering
napalm splattering
a carpet bombed mind with asian war blues

cracked vinyl records...

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Categories: bombed, veterans day,
Form: Limerick
CHILDREN OF WAR
Off the stuccoed walls, the shells peel 
The wounded babes bleed
There is a story of harrowing kind
To every war
This one is no different to others
The...

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Categories: bombed, baby, child, courage, humanity, love, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member King of Silence

There was once a king who decided that for him - beauty was silence. 

 He issued a decree that all sound was banished henceforth...

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Categories: bombed, allegory, evil, humanity, power,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Silhouettes on the Stage 1953


Lying still on the class room floor,
brown paper for a bottom sheet.
All the children were gathered round
and my outline was complete.

A cookie cutter girl was...

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Categories: bombed, childhood, death, history, waraugust, children,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Summer of '67
My canopy of early summer sounds
in 1967
was as intimate as adolescent knowledge
might ever become.

My sixteenth summer
sweetly smiled with driver's permit,
my first job,
economic promise while the...

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Categories: bombed, culture, growing up, health, history, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
CHILDREN OF WAR
Off the stuccoed walls, the shells peel 
The wounded babes bleed
There is a story of harrowing kind
To every war
This one is no different to others
The...

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Categories: bombed, anger, children, people, planet, political, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Slides and Stairways
Somewhere in the pretty petty imaginary illusion of delusion
There lies a truth an edifice of search between obtuse confusion

Windows like brick walls and concrete blocks...

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Categories: bombed, home, hope,
Form: Rhyme
Pickled scenery

A huge Alsatian barks at a passerby stranger
as the pond geese honk sensing grave danger
Trudges back home a rangy lone ranger.

Big and little aubergines cast...

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Categories: bombed, allah, nature, social,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member The Cycle
Foreword: I wrote this piece in 1984. Seems kind of prophetic now.

On this day in time,
time ceased to exist;
because of the taste of greed,
men couldn't...

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Categories: bombed, day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Snapdragons and Dandy Lions - Part 1
"Snapdragons and Dandy Lions (Part 1)"


“Don’t move,” she smiled gently,
“stay there, stop fidgeting, let me put these in your hair”,
I was sitting cross-legged 
on the...

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Categories: bombed, childhood, daughter, joy, love, mother, mother
Form: Free verse
Premium Member something poverty can't deny you
northern winters harbor harshness
freezing confetti and sun to overpasses 
and bottlecap alleys..
snow angels never warm the backs 
of cinderblock children and gray eyed
cats....
a plea to...

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Categories: bombed, hope, people,
Form: Free verse
THE TIME THIEF
TIME THIEF...MUSINGS OF THE LAY..

I awoke an hour past mid-nite
oh what peace everyone is dreaming
made some warm milk cocoa
turned radio on.. tv on
am now multi-taskin..

stolen...

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Categories: bombed, africa, city, faith, hindi, imagination, introspection,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member LOVE JUSTICE of LIFE
The diamond ring you gave me did not remove the pain.
You must know it is not that simple to forgive.
The bouquet of roses you sent...

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Categories: bombed, absence, abuse, anger, angst, anxiety, appreciation,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Altar Of Pride
As the Jets go screaming by
bombed out homes morph into tombs.
For when fire ignites the sky
scared souls cringe in basement rooms.

When loved ones burry lost...

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Categories: bombed, angst, culture, emotions, faith, feelings, god,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member A Feeling To Remember
I walked across the pasture green
In search of something yet unseen
And as I reached the hill's crest
What I saw below I felt truly blest.

I very...

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Categories: bombed, adventure, happiness, life, nature,
Form: Free verse
Short shrift
Thank you, Father, for hearing me
and sharing in my pain
the only one bar whom you serve
who offers no disdain.

From Mansfield's pits to the Western front
the...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bombed, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Dogwood Tree
THE DOGWOOD TREE


Legend says of the Dogwood tree
That on it, Christ was crucified
His blood was shed for you and me
When the soldier pierced His side

The...

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Categories: bombed, historytree, tree, , memorial,
Form: Rhyme
Lone Survivor

"Lone Survivor"
By M. Taha Effendi

(Sonnet)

He wandered through each ravaged street,
death lurked wherever strayed his feet,
His ears resounded with frantic, dying calls,
of those whose blood stained...

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Categories: bombed, war
Form: Sonnet
I Believe In You-A letter to America
I Believe In You- A short letter to America
By Curtis Johnson

Dear America,

At times, I have doubted myself and questioned you
I have cried bitter tears over...

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Categories: bombed, america, blessing, christian, devotion, god, native
Form: Prose
Premium Member Dive Bomber


Discovered a new computer term, “Hover To Play!”
Applied to the bedroom, hmm, interesting I'd say
Let your mind take flight
Tell me, “how was your night?”
Bet you...

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Categories: bombed, humor,
Form: Limerick