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Premium Member Bleeding Before Rome -2
Yet at this very moment the cathedral was crumbling
down upon the cries of foresaken refugees, 
the monastery's walls wobbling from war's wreckage, 
and as the black bursts billowed into sun drenched brutality
with the bodies of...

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Categories: normandy, culture, heart, war, world war ii,
Form: Epic



My Compilation
Many of my favorite poems
How About This for Veterans Day

A monthly Monday morning military meeting
Would be great for them as way of greeting
Talking about things happening another day
Of past successes and prices they had to...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: normandy, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Many of my favorite poems
How About This for Veterans Day

A monthly Monday morning military meeting
Would be great for them as way of greeting
Talking about things happening another day
Of past successes and prices they had to pay.

Enlisted Term of Service...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: normandy, allegory, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member THREE WAYS of Swiping the World Cup
THREE WAYS of Swiping the World Cup

"It is sweet and fitting/glorious to lay your life down for your country » - from a poem by HORACE

(See my story selected to represent France in the 2006...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: normandy, football, games, humor, sports, stress, woman, women,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Venerated paternal puissant prophet
Venerated paternal puissant prophet...

His buzzfeeding spirit jump started
and kindled eternally his uplifting karma,
thus I present genuine psalm
remembrance of things past hallelujah!

Lemme automatically shift figurative gears
and apprise thee dear reader,
when a series of irreversible unfortunate events
accelerated...

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Categories: normandy, adventure, atheist, car, celebration, dad, death, emotions,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Anglo-Norman arising
  the wealth of norman England is poised to grow
  towns enlarge, markets exchange, a fresh fertilising sprinkled culture
  kingdoms extend with numbers reducing
  old and new empires jostle, reshaping across...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: normandy, england, history, identity, immigration, language, people, social,
Form: Narrative
Being proactive after getting hoodwinked
(alternatively titled: tardy duff fender of assertiveness,
especially after adjusting following insanity clause
affixed with rubber baby-buggy bumpers)

Methinks I nearly got snookered
courtesy CVS employee at store number 7569
(address: 1206 North Gravel Pike,
Zieglerville, Pennsylvania 19492)
September ninth, two thousand...

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Categories: normandy, 11th grade, 12th grade, anger, crazy, father,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member England - gleaming in the distance
  across the Doggerland dogged people trudge
  Neanderthals, Heidelbergers...Sapiens, the last ones standing
  hairy mammoths, heavy life bearing down
  the mighty maw of an ice wall crunches, enforcing southward retreat
 ...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: normandy, conflict, destiny, england, history, humanity, immigration, perspective,
Form: Narrative
Dereliction possibly FAKE NEWS read all about it
Dereliction (possibly "FAKE NEWS") - read all about it!

2020 presidential election
already promises seat of pants suspense
hint of (post apocalyptic) coming attractions
see – https://www.aol.com/article/news/2020/09/25/
probe-into-discarded-ballots-becomes-campaign-
outrage-fuel/24630731/

supposed poll worker(s) accidentally
(yea right) fomented kerfuffle
imposible mission witnessing
transgression Republicans wont muffle
reasonable rhyme...

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Categories: normandy, abuse, anger, bullying, corruption, father son, future,
Form: Free verse
Venerated puissant prophet kindled karma hallelujah
Venerated puissant prophet kindled karma - hallelujah!

Higher power our prayer for vehicle addressed
courtesy deliverance kindred lady luck,
we (the missus and me) blessed,
whereby each our expanded bosom 
nearly burst forth

(think analogous stuffed to hilt treasure chest)
managing...

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Categories: normandy, adventure, appreciation, car, father son, giving, happy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Our Brave Young Men
Throughout history from time to time, our country has gone to war;
they called upon our brave young men to enlist and join the corps. 
Some of the men were called by draft; while some enlisted...

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Categories: normandy, courage, dedication, hero, memory, military, veterans day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Why I Loved CD Poem: Disposable Wisdom
Disposable Wisdom

Each day Annie Lesley opened a can
Her eighty-six-year-old hands trembling
As she sat with her cat and ate pet food
What is wrong with this elder’s rendering?

Pride swallowed to remain independent
Large, sunken eyes peered from her...

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Categories: normandy, bereavement, death of a friend, tribute,
Form: Verse
Prayer for a Homeless Veteran
Prayer for a Homeless Veteran
By Bob Corson

From the mountains in Afghanistan to the shores of Normandy
Brave American men and women risked their lives for you and me
God bless our veterans, brave bold and free
Stand behind...

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Categories: normandy, christian, humanity, hurt, military, poverty, soldier, veterans
Form: I do not know?
The Land Of Milk And Honey
Within the year crusades began, 
led by the noblest of the land. 
Hugh Vermandois was first to arrive, 
with an huge army at his command. 

Godfrey and Baldwin arrived next, 
as well as Robert of...

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Categories: normandy, history, places,
Form: Rhyme
THE VETERAN
There have been times in our land
When our nation has had to take a stand.

It first began at Bunker's Hill
Where so many men were then killed.

All through that war with the British King
Men here in...

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Categories: normandy, dedication, history, holiday, life, thank you, warmen,
Form: Couplet
Robert Louis Curl
I quickly joined the Navy on June the 4th, 1943,  
As soon as I graduated at 17, life was definitely to be;
I received boot training in the state of Maryland, 
At Bainbridge, became a...

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Categories: normandy, appreciation, beach, conflict, death, hero, history, remember,
Form: Heroic Couplet
Premium Member Twelth Knight
FOREWORD: I have no idea if this actually works... I’ll let you decide

TWELTH KNIGHT

If you truly love me you shall do as I ask
To demonstrate your ardour, I set for you this task
I shall not...

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Categories: normandy, christmas, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Lamenting appalling heartbreaking mistreatment
Lamenting appalling heartbreaking mistreatment...
nonagenarian father experiences at Normandy Farms

Though dead, I gauge
these past one hundred and four plus months
linkedin with Gregorian calendar page
mine mother would be aghast

at deplorable inhumane outrage
played out upon Normandy Farms -
Bluebell,...

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Categories: normandy, absence, appreciation, cry, devotion, farewell, father son,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Disposable Wisdom
Each day Annie Lesley opened a can
Her eighty-six-year-old hands trembling
As she sat with her cat and ate pet food
What is wrong with this elder’s rendering?

Pride swallowed to remain independent
Large, sunken eyes peered from her weathered...

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Categories: normandy, age, cat, endurance, life, wisdom, world war
Form: Rhyme
FELL AND FORGOTTEN
                                FELL AND FORGOTTEN


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Categories: normandy, emotions,
Form: Classicism
A Soldier's Grave In Normandy
I will board a plane
and visit the grave
of that brave soldier
who left his country
to defend the principles of liberty
banned by a heartless dictator
who praised a pure race.

In ocean-washed Normandy
the fierce battle went on for days,
American...

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Categories: normandy, death, freedom, friend, grave, sad, soldier, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Marble Stars of David, Marble Crosses

Marble Stars of David and Marble Crosses

      75th Anniversary-D-Day
            June 6, 1944

Gratitude to all soldiers who
died on D-Day.
Unless all nations had decided
to end Hitler's rule!
And...

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Categories: normandy, america, anniversary, death, inspiration, political, soldier,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Last of the Brothers
During the Second World War
A decision was made
If brothers were to be lost
The last would be saved

The story below
Is the truth in a way
For the search of a soldier
Before he becomes, theatre pray

The US Government...

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Categories: normandy, brother, death, family, history, hope, life, loss,
Form: Rhyme
Father In Law War Operations
Unescorted NYC HMT NY 660 Louis Pasteur started out from 
New York  Harbor Nov. 30, 1944. 

Landed in Liverpool, England Dec. 8th, 1944. Arrived Brddulph, 
Staffordshire, England Dec. 9th, 1944.

From Weymouth, England to LeHavre,...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: normandy, allegory, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member HATE AND LOVE
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Categories: normandy, hate, love, world,
Form: Etheree