History Grave Poems

These History Grave poems are examples of Grave poems about History. These are the best examples of Grave History poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberAlex Hamilton Died And Was Buried In a Grave by Marc Acrich
lex Hamilton Died And Was Buried In a Grave

Alex Hamilton died and was buried in a grave
Such a good guy I have to say
Im going...

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Categories: grave, history,

MALEVOLENT MENTAL MAELSTROM by MATTHEW harris
Fiendish and gruesome phantasmagoric 
     denizens reigned horns of a dilemma blitzen deer
     dwelt deep inside subterranean vault perform an evil...

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Categories: grave, age, angst, dark, evil,



The Memorial Grave by Runping Chen
Author: Runping Chen

Such a grave 
Has buried more victories;
In the pervading beacon-fires 
An “Iron Army” rushed out
And set up a monument their bodies
Which cut across...

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Categories: grave, future, history, memory, today,

A war commenced by Anna Sabrina Tate
From the farthest distance of the land
Many soldiers fought in armies 
In wars cruel demands. 

A governing hand that didn't care
The brutal bastards
Committed unjustly crimes...

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Categories: anger, bangla, death, grave,

Chaos In The White House - part 1 by matthew harris
Congressman and senators forewent 
   all manner of civility, fidelity and integrity wii
hull ding broadswords, derringers 
   and firearms as all...

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Categories: crush, grave, hate, history,

All in by Dave Moon
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Categories: courage, death, freedom, grave,

Death Rhyme by Susan McDermott
I sit alone and wonder why
Why don’t I have the guts to die?

There’s nothing new that can be done
There’s nothing true that can be won

I...

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Categories: conflict, grave, identity, religion,

History Weeps by Neil Andrew Hornby
A country's lost crusade
Reparations stripped them bare
A nation once so proud
Engulfed with emptiness and despair

Evil's doctrine explained by "My Struggle"
Religious hatred bred belief
"The crucifier of...

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Categories: grave, abuse, anger, bible, dark,

Premium MemberThrough Their Eyes by arthur vaso
Through Their Eyes

The Poetry Murders Part 3 in the series

Murder She Wrote

It was a dark night with a full moon
The alley narrow, my hopes high
My...

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Categories: funny, grave, hilarious, history,

Stifled Cries by Analise Stoddart
Stifled cries
No concern for the black man until the black man dies
Images of black and blue flash before my eyes
How many times?
Unprotected our men go...

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Categories: grave, black african american, death,

Once Laid Footsteps -Cynosure by Sarah Shehata
The remnants of once laid footsteps oppressed my memory,                ...

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Categories: grave, adventure, anxiety, appreciation, beautiful,

My history by Lisa Brannon
A tombstone stands amongst the rest
Neglected and alone

The name and date chiseled out
On polished marbled stone

It reaches our for someone to care
Is it too late...

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Categories: culture, dedication, family, grave,

Thomas, An Easter Story by curtis johnson

The truth of the matter is that the “I doubt it” label has always been assigned to me; but in reality, I and all the...

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Categories: grave, bible, cheer up, christian,

The War that Was by Raj Napal
The war years, no longer seen.
Their cries of pain, no longer heard,
Verdant fields, no longer red,
Tho still stained, scarred by those who've been.

Soldiers’ shadows---silent echoes...

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Categories: conflict, death, grave, history,

The Tomb Of A Freed Noble Man by Andrew Crisci
Strolling down the streets of ancient Pompei,
I discovered the tomb of a freed noble man;
unearthed from the volcanic black ashes, 
now it blooms surrounded by...

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Categories: grave, courage, culture, education, freedom,

Premium MemberKilmalkedar by Vee Bdosa
    CIL MAOLCHEADAIR   (Kilmalkedar)
On such an Irish spring and drizzle morn,
she wandered through the graveyard, looking for
the Celtic dream from...

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Categories: family, grave, history, visionary,

Premium MemberBecome by Laura Breidenthal
I close my weary eyes
I quake and tremble
The meaning of life losing its hold,
Losing its wonder
In this magnifying, mystifying Sadness

Where is the river, 
Where is...

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Categories: grave, age, crush, earth, emotions,

Premium MemberEPIC SIGHTING by Julie Grenness
EPIC SIGHTING    (Picture 1).

Castle on a crag,
Climbing there a total drag,
Snowy wintry blasts,
Heroes bred to last,
Tales of battles long,
Entranced the throng,
Gathered around...

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Categories: eulogy, grave, hero, longing,

Why France by Rhoda Monihan
France gave America the Statue of Liberty,
In 1865, from Edouard de Laboulaya, his act;
It begot Joan of Arc who insisted that,
Nationality bet religion as a...

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Categories: grave, america, education, football, freedom,

And Crowns Crumbled to Dust by gautami phookan
Re : Old Poems


Bells of triumph clang,
Fortresses fain to hail thee
Men of valiant swords.
Glories thence fell, crowns crumbled
To dust, no wailings were heard.

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The wind about...

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Categories: celebration, death, gothic, grave,