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Soldier Imagism Poems

These Soldier Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Soldier. These are the best examples of Imagism Soldier poems written by international poets.


Free Fire
A thought came
Dressed as soldier
Telling me;
“Never buy matchbox
Trap shooting stars
To light the a charcoal stove
Forever free fire for you.
No tax, no smoke
Go now.”
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Categories: fire, satire,



Liberty
When God, who is forever free,
Breathed life into my earthly frame,—
From that first day, by His free will
When I a living soul became,—
A babe upon...

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Categories: celebration, celebrity, christian, christmas,

The Soldier
There once was a soldier,
So loyal, so brave.
He fought a long struggle,
‘til the end, ‘til the grave.

The struggle went on,
For days, for years.
No end in...

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© Adam Forth  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: best friend, bird, depression,

The Battle At Flanders Field
'Twas in the midst of World War I
We battled on Flanders Field
Though Germans shot many of us dead
Our courage did not yield

"I, the soldier on...

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Categories: courage, history, world war

The Knight
Fire and smoke, and ashes of black.

The tale only told,

On a white marble plaque.



Destruction, distraughtion, never foretold.

Til this day, by a knight,

So brave, and so...

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© Adam Forth  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dark, death, evil, love,

Shake the Spear
Take no joy in watching men die my lord/ 
I regret to spare my life in pairs of your words my king/ 
The gods have...

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Categories: social, society, soldier,

Premium Member LIKE A HIRED SOLDIER
who can tell a person is wrong or right?

day-to-day each one is a hired soldier..
fighting in their own battlefield..
not to kill a criminal or a...

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Categories: absence, abuse, analogy, angst,

Soldier
Alone but not alone on his battle field
Only a sword and a shield to wield
He opens his eyes, and grips the hilt
Raises the shield; runsthrough...

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© Jason Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory,