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Best D Day Poems

Below are the all-time best D Day poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of d day poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member D-Day in Malta:::co-write
We met in Valletta city on a fine November day
Introductions...hugs and kisses; we got talking straight away.
All agreed to go sight-seeing – architecture , harbour...

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Categories: d day, fun,
Form: Light Verse



Premium Member D Day
A place where peace should reign, yet terror grows.
A paradise where blood and children lie.
A beach where young boys played and now men die,
with liquid...

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Categories: d day, world war ii,
Form: Italian Sonnet
D DAY 75
Some came by air
Some came by sea
They fought and died
So we could be free

The 6th of June 1944
Normandy a place in France 
Operation Overlord or...

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Categories: d day, hero, history, military, remember, remembrance day,
Form: Free verse
D day
look where I am 
in the memory of a massacre 
human against human

...

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Categories: d day, cry, dark, day, freedom, gothic, war,
Form: Haiku
D-Day
As the sounds of war loudly  roar
	The thoughts of Freedom began to soar
For on that day of infamy 
	It changed the course of history...

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Categories: d day, conflict, courage, freedom, hero, military, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Die Another Day
“Die Another Day”


“Your mission, should you so deem it,
Is to infiltrate ALL Fluff Clusters in K.A.O.S. Headquarters
And bloody well steam it!”


“The Place is a hazardous...

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Categories: d day, fantasy, fun, imagery, imagination, parody, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member True God
Awakening morning darkness falls heavy clouds
walking outside stretching in deep thought 
Firstly alone dreaming in freedom love 
Looking into the mountains a prayer

Faraway winds howling...

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Categories: d day, truth, , cute,
Form: Narrative
When PC Is Not a Computer
Three years have passed since diagnosis
then I was told that cancer entered me
in the prostate was where it did dwell
but consultant was sure of setting...

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Categories: d day, cancer, health, life,
Form: Rhyme
Snowbird
S wimming in torquoise water, under the bright sun.
N ature's beauty surrounding the hotel.
O utside the window, tall mountains covered with snow, where people ski.
W...

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Categories: d day, family, fun, joy, may, water,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Madeleine the Spy
Sonia Esmee Florence Butt   ( work in progress )

The year 2014 comes to a close
Another unsung hero passed on, from a time long...

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Categories: d day, england, hero, history,
Form: Light Verse
Reformed Patriotism: Defining America
America is an idea
that "all men are created equal,"
before we cared to define "human", "created", or "equal."
America is freedom for our grandchildren
in a manner we...

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© Anamika N   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: d day, america,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Normandy Beaches
I was in-processing my Army unit in Germany when the fortieth anniversary of D-Day happened; but, alas, I couldn't leave.  I wanted so much...

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Categories: d day, beach, remember, soldier, vacation, war,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Polling Place
The November skies darken early
Citizens walk in 
To vote
Nationwide elections
High school gym
Opened just for them 
Voices echo in the large hall
Clerks check names and addresses
Pointing...

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Categories: d day, life
Form: Narrative
MEMORIAL DAY

MEMORIAL DAY 
June 1, 2015

~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

To all of you that have ever worn
"THE UNIFORM"
The Uniform of safety and security,
 The Uniform of pride and liberty
THE UNIFORM...

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Categories: d day, america, appreciation, history, holiday, memory, military,
Form: I do not know?
The Easter Egg Hunt
I don't know how it started

But it's an annual event

But I don't think that an egg hunt

Is the best way to present

The story of our...

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Categories: d day, candy, chocolate, easter, family, funny, garden,
Form: Rhyme
Blushing Rose
Hi guys, please go through my poem wrote by Mrs.Madhavi.Suyog.Pagare about imperial and blushing rose..

Blushing Rose 

Glowing in the early dawn,
Hey my beautiful rose..
Your aromatic...

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Categories: d day, age, lost, lost love, love, lust,
Form: Hybronnet
Dog debates Fox
Dog debates Fox.


D :   Cold or warm,wooo;
        Snoring to the mock of change-
   ...

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Categories: d day, animal, fun,
Form: Haiku
I Met A Veteran From World War II
I met a veteran from World War II
who, eighty-three, reached out to shake my hand;
at Normandy, who'd seen his brethren killed,
now walks the streets of...

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© Chad Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: d day, inspirationalwar, world, longing, war, world war
Form: Quatrain
Robert Louis Curl
I quickly joined the Navy on June the 4th, 1943,  
As soon as I graduated at 17, life was definitely to be;
I received boot...

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Categories: d day, appreciation, beach, conflict, death, hero, history,
Form: Heroic Couplets
VISION
VISION

Old beggar on the bridge
Hand outstretched for coins
Sees himself on duty 
Near the Orne River bridge
On  D – day.
Straightening up as coins are given,
Sees...

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Categories: d day, memory, river,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Battle of Pigeon-Way
The days were getting long, and the Fourth of July was coming up, soon.
With the City Park clean, a better raise might come, so very...

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Categories: d day, adventure, fantasy, fun, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
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: d day, courage, death, history, world war ii,
Form: Acrostic
Heartstrings- For Hearth and Home
Heartstrings- For Hearth and Home

Pardon me, did you just heave…
“Aye, that’s right, you can leave”
Good you give me the heave-ho…
“Don’t say, just leave this ship-
You’re...

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Categories: d day, analogy, education, feelings, friendship, nature, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
the battles the world has seen
the bombs 
the guns 
the blood shed
no humanity done
all is lost
under the strick and pain
of all the bombs 
every day 
WW1 WW2 
the Cold War...

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Categories: d day, dark, death, death of a friend,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Scotty
I like the word "beastie," it sounds cute, it sounds Scottish.   I'm thinking like 'Scotty' on 'Star Trek' would say, the immortal James...

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Categories: d day, drink, humor, life, miracle, war, ,
Form: Prose