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Errol Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Stan the Man--Stan Lee a DEDICATION James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse Free verse errol, analogy, appreciation, books, community,
Hide the Details Freddie Robinson Jr. Vogon Vogon errol, allegory, fun, metaphor, word
The Last Shall Be First Michael Coy Rhyme Rhyme errol, humorous,
The Last Shall Be First Michael Coy Rhyme Rhyme errol, humorous,
Seven Sorry Soldiers Andrew Holt Ballad Ballad errol, bereavement, brother, death, death
Leading Men Robert Heemstra Couplet Couplet errol, men, nostalgia,
Premium Member Poem My Dream Guy Seren Roberts Couplet Couplet errol, dream, love,
Hot Choclate kevin leake Rhyme Rhyme errol, dedication,
Stars sally smith Rhyme Rhyme errol, film,
Sea' Robert Ball Rhyme Rhyme errol, faith, sea, father, sea,
Premium Member Poem Robin Hood Francine Roberts Clerihew Clerihew errol, funny
Premium Member Poem ALL DEAD daver austin Free verse Free verse errol, death, lifeold, old,
Premium Member Poem White Shoulders Carrie Richards Free verse Free verse errol, childhood, love, motherchild, child,

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Errol Poem Example

Seven Sorry Soldiers

Seven sorry soldiers
Hiding in a ditch
Errol caught some shrapnel
And then there were six

Six sorry soldiers
Barely glad to be alive
Barrett took a bullet
And then there were five

Five sorry soldiers
As brave as trained to be
Geoff and Tom stood on a bomb
That left only three

Three sorry soldiers
Curt and Blare and Ron
Blare was scalped from a turret
The other two went on

Two sorry soldiers
Ronald T and Curt
Curtis had to press right on
When Ronald B got hurt

Just one sorry soldier:
Curtis M McGee
One of seven not yet in heaven
That sorry soul is me

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