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Country Lyric Poems

These Country Lyric poems are examples of Lyric poems about Country. These are the best examples of Lyric Country poems written by international poets.


I Vow To Thee My England
I vow to thee, my England,
my home is what she be,
my heart and soul for England,
there's no where else for me,

We may not be in...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: england, patriotic, pride, tribute,



Rain
City of a lost spirit 
I wander around the homeland of my inner world,
it's time to meet,
It's my calling - hear my step 
It' my...

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Categories: christian, deep, god, places,

Youve Always Been The One
You might have thought it was her
But you couldn’t be more wrong
She held a place in my heart once
But not nearly as long

I think you...

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Categories: conflict, destiny, emotions, feelings,

Premium Member Sacrifice
Sacrifice
By: Tom Wright
2/4/03

A war in Iraq
soon we may see rage,
As we reflect
is the apocalypse growing nigh?
In history
we advance toward our last page,
While bent in prayer,
few...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: america, history, jesus, war,

Premium Member Honoring Sacrifice
Honoring Sacrifice
By: Tom Wright
4/24/04

For country, they chose to honor a call,
now, the piercing sound of a rifle’s report.
An echoing trumpet, sadly says it all.
let us...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death of a friend,

To die laughing in one's sleep
I died in my sleep last night
Too tired to put up a fight
But you know how the story goes 
Won't you give my love to...

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Categories: angel, cat, death, irony,

Premium Member Britches Is At It Again
“Britches”, Is At It Again!
By: Tom Wright
7/17/2006

Katrina came ashore
Sparing scarcely a palm,
Rains deluge came pelting,
Days later, the calm;

Rising floodwaters deposited
All its ill-gotten debris,
The ravaged were...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: god, storm, weather,

Premium Member Being Ones self
Being One’s self
Written: by Tom Wright
2/25/2013

We can’t all serve the entree 
Some must serve the salad
Some sing country & western
Another will croon a ballad

While one...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: identity, self,

Premium Member I'm Chicken
I’m chicken. Yeah, chicken.
And I don’t mean finger lickin’.
She wants me to commit,
But I’m not ready yet;
‘Cause I’m chicken.  Chicken. 

Told her how I...

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Categories: angst, fear, funny, girlfriend,

Premium Member Puttin' The Sod In
So there it finally comes 
that ill fated day
the shiny shovel cuts through
the coagulated blood clay   
Ya may or may not really know
those...

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Categories: death, funeral, grave, life,

Premium Member What Do I Hope For in 2019
What do I hope for 2019?
Less stress and strife than 2018.
Less division in the country.
Less fanatical rage because others have a different opinion.

More acceptance of...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

What I see
Been through the sunshine,  ran through the rain. 
Been over the hills and into the valleys.
Under the bridges and into the waters.
Heard the stories...

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Categories: beautiful, beauty, bible, blessing,

One Drink Closer To Yesterday
I’m one drink closer to yesterday
              A bottle away from being with...

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Categories: drink, lost love, love,

Somewhere in the middle east
Young men, 
Women and children,
Fleeting their land,
A war destroying their country,
An enemy they can’t seem to understand, 
“we are freeing you from your leader’s tyranny,
slaughtering...

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Categories: arabic, conflict, death, discrimination,

Premium Member Short Of A Bushel
Burn match- burn ward- burn line-
burn out
Twist ending- twist word- twist line-
twist n' shout

Do I have a chance to climb up
in your menagerie?
Slide up the...

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Categories: angst, eulogy, introspection, missing,

Premium Member Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard
Hullo, folks!
Do you hear me?
You didn’t hear me when I was dying.
At least hear me now, when I’m dead and buried.
I am, as you know,...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lyric, 9th grade, death, grief,

Premium Member ALWAYS A WINNER TO ME
Just a normal American family
Living, loving and makin’ memories
Living everywhere and in between
For a family of service was routine

He served our country for thirty-plus years
Means...

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Categories: america, father,

Heartache and Memories
Country and cowboys
PB&J
Old pickup trucks
And rusty tailgates

The stars and the sky
No show and Jones
But one stands above them
And it's set in stone

Nothing goes together 
Like...

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Categories: death, emotions, fate, life,

The Greatest Generation
Twenty one guns fired in unison on the days
We laid them in the ground
And to have them each call me their grandson
I was lucky and...

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Categories: appreciation, family, grandparents, life,

Globe Lie
I heard today that the Earth is flat, tell me my friends what do we think of that,
have we been lied to for years and...

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Categories: adventure, moving on,