Patriotic Loss Poems

These Patriotic Loss poems are examples of Loss poems about Patriotic. These are the best examples of Loss Patriotic poems written by international poets.


Bullet Ridden Pagoda by Johnny Martinez
My sergeant said you've been trained well you know what to do
Your assignment an ambush, do not return until the sky is blue.
We gathered our...

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Categories: loss, death, death of a

Premium MemberPreTrumpian Pronouncements by Gerald Dillenbeck
I saw there was a mow-down in Las Vegas
of country western loves.
And also heard our President
was about to share his view.
But before he had his...

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Categories: anger, humanity, humor, loss,



Premium MemberYou're Fired by Gerald Dillenbeck
I'm sorry to have to tell you,
but we're laying you off,
effective immediately.
But, please don't feel too badly about this.
It's nothing personal.

It feels personal,
maybe because I'm...

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Categories: loss, business, caregiving, health, humor,

Premium MemberHealth Loss WarGames by Gerald Dillenbeck
As I transitioned from high school
to the University of Michigan,
one of the leading national health and safety issues
was painfully violent loss of Vietnamese and U.S....

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Categories: loss, america, conflict, confusion, growing

The Vietnam War by curtis johnson
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Categories: america, loss, memorial day,

Premium MemberNaked RedMeat Emperors by Gerald Dillenbeck
RE: Continuing RedMeat Only,
much less any Green Leafy Salads

Abraham Lincoln thought it politically unhealthy,
and probably economically unwise,
to disinvest his Cabinet,
much less his entire Constitutionally incorporated...

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Categories: loss, anti bullying, body, emotions,

Premium MemberDistinguished Honors by Paulette Calasibetta
                  

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Categories: america, courage, devotion, loss,

Premium MemberGround of Becoming by Gerald Dillenbeck
Aristotle thought happiness is the foundation of existence.
Since then, others have worried that maybe survival is closer 
to their own more suffering experience.

I don't exactly...

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Categories: loss, conflict, games, happiness, health,

A Tribute to our Soldiers by Gail Lewis

Fare thee well our precious men and boys
Marching into war
Fighting for a purpose
Does anyone know what for

As some you return lying down
Instead of tall and...

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Categories: loss, angst, anxiety, dedication, education,

THAT STRANGE SEPTEMBER DAY by Dana Young
I was young- nearly twenty-
the day innocence became ill.
I remember the funeral well
that ninth month.

As the sunlight shattered another night,
I awoke in a dim lit...

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Categories: depression, emotions, loss, patriotic,

Veteran by Heather Rodwell
Hundreds of slices
 Dress your abdomen;
 The pain of a thousand wars.
 Tiny glittering drops
 Decorate your forehead.

Your breathing
 Creates a pattern
 Of swirling smoke...

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Categories: loss, art, beautiful, death, farewell,

Premium MemberTanka 3 by James Fraser
silently I lie
awaiting I await thee
a wry smirk greets me
sighted precision confirms
sporadic crimson now speaks...

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Categories: career, conflict, death, loss,

At the Wall by Robert Sturgill
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A Vietnam veteran and a mother 
Stand shoulder to shoulder 
Before it's patriotic domain,
Amazed at the hard stone's ability 
To accept the lost with such...

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Categories: loss, bereavement, death, death of

Premium MemberINHERITANCE by Vee Bdosa
     INHERITANCE
Dear child, we lost for you, America,
that apple pie, sprout from a tiny seed.
If you could find the hope of...

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Categories: america, loss, patriotic, political,

Love is a Sacrifice by Emmanuel Fajutagana
You have my soul, but you have your fate
Whatever your words, I’m willing to take
You have my word; I’ll give you my breath
It’s like a...

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Categories: loss, blue, break up, career,

America Is Being DESTROYED From Within by Jim Pemberton
 

As sin and perversion often 
become integrated…
So many lives and families 
are being “disintegrated.”

Many are being driven by sin’s temptation force…
It’s no wonder much...

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Categories: loss, america, analogy, anger, angst,

Remembering 9-11 by Stephanie Weeks
	Remember those who died for us,
Remember nine-eleven,
They left their families to save us,
They died and went to heaven.
	Remember the twin towers,
They once were there but...

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Categories: dedication, loss, memorial day,

Good Morning, Apocalypse Now : A Tribute to a Vietnam Veteran by Rachel Couvillon
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(My Uncle: Good Morning, Apocalypse Now)

My uncle doesn't speak much
about Vietnam or the stuff
he witnessed when he 
was just a boy. See,
he likes to...

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Categories: loss, child, childhood, confusion, courage,

War-Born Lullaby by Tiffiny Hagan
I hear a mother softly cry
As she sings a war-born lullaby.

The song of a father who went away,
To give freedom one more day.

He promised that...

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Categories: loss, courage, dad, death, father,

911 by Paul Morgana
911 

Look up in the sky, planes flying low,
Crashing into buildings, not where they should go.

Pilot error it was thought, during crash number one,
Then a...

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Categories: death, fear, loss, memory,