History Lay Poems
These History Lay poems are examples of Lay poems about History. These are the best examples of Lay History poems written by international poets.
On These Plains I Lay Categories: lay, bible, heaven, history, military,
On These Plains I Lay
White fire and heat, blinding light, blinding bright.
Shot down on these plains,
My soldiers, My warriors,
Fading from my sight.
Battle lost? Battle...
The Lay of The Best Man - Part 5 Categories: humanity, men,
The Lay of The Best Man - Part Five
Have you heard about the bespectacled man who wore his glasses to bed?
Because when he awoke mornings...
The Lay of The Best Man - Part 2 Categories: humanity, men,
The Lay of The Best Man - Part Two
I will not understate my distaste, but I do not hate. I rate hate as being irate
Lay down beside me Categories: lay, dream, heartbreak, imagery, introspection,
Lay down beside me
Let's break these picture frames
and roll around in the glass
until our bodies are as bloody as
Avia, A Memory Categories: death, friendship,
The darkened stair
The footsteps coming down
The hunger there
The dove sang and then flown
The sudden kiss
Of constant memory
The sweetly missed
The sad, sad history
See not why...
THE CALL Categories: imagination,
Have you ever sat by the telephone
For days, and weeks on end
Waiting for some good news
For your real life to begin.
The phone call that tells...
echoes Categories: history
Every moment always hollow beneath,
Blap blap blap blap, bullet holes weave;
The body weeps like a river.
Many currents bubble, folding dreams;
There is a fabric that...
heh-LAY-na Categories: lay, history, lost love, love,
Borne in Greek legend she is
Sparta's King declares
As I lay Upon Mother earth Categories: lay, adventure, childhood, family, happiness,
rests upon soft summer
swims across my body
taking with it
now they float, high
above the endless
clouds, like seeds
from an empty
Words from the Oracle Categories: allegory, philosophy
We are in our fall before the season comes
Misting eyes and dropping a dandy heart
A sullen silence around the bee hive hums
History has no center...
Working Class Categories: history, on work and
Wrinkles and twinkles and wind colored cheeks
callused old feelings well hidden
Take a ride in Old Vermont across the covered bridges
Wander through the woods of Maine...
A Hawaiian Lay Categories: lay, history, life, on work
Let me tell you of a man in a roundabout way
As you casually straighten your tie
The first I heard of Wales
Was in a public...