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Latin Poems - Poems about Latin

Latin Poems - Examples of all types of poems about latin to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for latin.
Premium Member Most Beautiful Christmas Poem
...Huddled in muddy trenches, the soldiers heard an eerie sound. Troops were English, French & Belgians, and as they looked around, The sound was coming from the German enemy lines just 50 yards away.......Read More
Categories: latin, war,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Do most people live in poor countries
... 1: Which region of the globe has the lowest standard of living? a. the Middle East. b. sub-Saharan Africa c. Asia. d. Latin America. 2: Which of the following is no......Read More
Categories: latin, analogy, world,
Form: List
Premium Member Before And After
... The history of the world has been divided into two eras known as BC which stands for 'Before Christ' and AD which stands for 'Anno Domini', a Latin term which means 'Year of our Lord'. ......Read More
Categories: latin, romantic, valentines day,
Form: Verse
GLOBAL FIGHTER
... Here i am again fighting that unfair army Where demons of evil Plan and conspire To rule humans as slaves I am still alive and fighting forward Across all the continents Against these giant......Read More
Categories: latin, character, courage, encouraging, hero,
Form: Free verse
Hanukkah Chanukah
...Is it Hanukkah Or Chanukah Both are correct It depends if you use the Latin or Hebrew dialect Regardless of what you say The meaning is the same both here and far away It is an eight day ......Read More
Categories: latin, chanukah, december, faith, holiday,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member CLERIHEW catuleus
...Gaius Valerus Catuleus wrote poetry so illustrious Subtle&so imaginistic avant garde words in Latin so slick......Read More
Categories: latin, people, poetry,
Form: Clerihew
Saint Hilda's Tears
...We were always a little ash white, the girls always a bit cleaner; the soap always green carbolic the toilet paper always slick and hard to scrunch, six year old bottoms always a little sore. ......Read More
Categories: latin, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member - Advent Cheer -
... Heavenly wonder sounded not as thunder it's time to celebrate ......Read More
Categories: latin, birth, celebration, child,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CLERIHEW horace
...The poet named Horace with sapphic genre once set the pace He introduced the stanza Latin thus did Roman poesy begin......Read More
Categories: latin, people, poetry,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Most Beautiful Christmas Poem
...Huddled in muddy trenches, the soldiers heard an eerie sound. Troops were English, French & Belgians, and as they looked around, The sound was coming from the German enemy lines just 50 yards away.......Read More
Categories: latin, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Regina fears Angina
... I have a Christian Friend, Regina She had never uttered '': Not for all the tea in Big China, As though it could give her Angina; For life ban her from Holy Sinai... Fears picked from Bor......Read More
Categories: latin, allusion, anxiety, devotion, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SCHOOL DAZED
...Latin waiter….”Et tu Brute” Artistic restraint “just why is it that the pumpkin MUST be orange.” Field trips A 2nd grader wonders: “Just who is it that the corn stalks?” Punishment Write ......Read More
Categories: latin, growing up, humor, school,
Form: Other
Premium Member *****destructus
...Apparently Soup finds the Latin word for ‘Human’ offensive; about as ‘P.C. gone wrong’ as it’s possible to get. I have had to include completely superfluous hyphens in order to get the word accep......Read More
Categories: latin, humanity, war,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Only Star For Me
... all my deepest thoughts, all my inward reflections surround the mysterious constellation, where is one marvellous star...the pur......Read More
Categories: latin, star, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Clementine
... "The Clementine" for the plucking, the Clementine leaves were fresher back then the light glistened stronger each segment a morsel a revision slow and delibera......Read More
Categories: latin, metaphor, mystery, symbolism,
Form: Narrative

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