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Monument Poems - Poems about Monument

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Premium Member Requiem for a Lonely Woman
...In the outskirts, where whispers weave through the wind, there stands a farmhouse, its timbers groaning with secrets, a silhouette etched against the horizon’s fading light. Once, it was alive, ......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, house, loneliness, woman,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member inheritance
... darkness and a bottomless pit a vortex of violent despair where screams echo endlessly in chaos of voices speaking words and whispers a deafening roar (when no one listens ......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, evil,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Candyland Castle
...Candyland Castle appeared in my front yard at dawn. With peppermint swirls and a stick of yellow taffy, said Ron. None of us believed him, he lies to us almost daily at work. But we followed him h......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member An Elegy for a Fallen Bridge: Baltimore’s Night of Tragedy
...As night draped its cloak over Baltimore's sleeping form, A cargo ship, the MV Dali, sailed to greet the dawn. From the bustling harbor shores it had slipped away, Bearing goods for far-off lands,......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, death, horror,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Tomb
...Quote: "The Taj Mahal, the symbol of love, signifies that the tomb can be architecture too.” -- unkown Taj Mahal, a testament, love enshrined, A marble ode to a love undefined. Through the age......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, in memoriam,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Guess Who
... Written: March 2024 for Guess Who Contest by: Margarita Lillico __________________________________________ Among the African plains, a man stood tall. His spirit was un......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, celebrity, courage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Buried at Sea
...Let the sea be my grave and the crest of waves my monument In statue's peace, faces I to faceless waters that lift me high As being a whole of me rise free so I may greet the open sea Then......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, appreciation, beautiful, death, imagery,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Premium Member Tomb
..."Let the sea be my grave and the crest of waves my monument," ... by the Poet. As winds embrace a mound of cold in distant view where life unfolds, and flowers bloom in colorfu......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, appreciation, beautiful, character, death,
Form: Rhyme
The Elephant's Grandeur
...Where sun-kissed savannahs endlessly sweep, And acacia crowns the skies, a verdant keep, A titan walks, with earth-shaking tread, A monument of grace, with wisdom bred. Oh, Elephant, colossal a......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, environment, nature, planet,
Form: Narrative
The Removal of Confederate Monuments As Reparation
...Many white Americans still struggle with the issue of racism in the 21st century.This started with the Confederate monuments. The Confederate monuments do not have the same meaning to black Americans......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, absence, america, political, racism,
Form: Prose
Premium Member I am
...I am a drifter among the rambling clouds, Sometime roaring with thunder and lightning rods, Sometime pour my heart out to quench thirst of needy, Sometime I scatter and vanish in warm weather quie......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, i am,
Form: Rhyme
Whispers of the Earth
...As the sun rises over the hills at a peaceful dawn, the secrets of nature begin to reveal themselves. She spins tales dappled with dew on silken threads. A life-symphony in which each leaf is a ......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, adventure, appreciation, beauty, blessing,
Form: I do not know?
Vision Quest
... Underworld, of changelings, where shadows loom, There lies a world, vitrified, consumed, Its surface hardened, a relic of alchelimes, a testament to sorrow, frozen in language w......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, art,
Form: I do not know?
In the tumult of rays and shadows, I was born and grew
...In the tumult of rays and shadows, I was born and grew, Upon the altar of existence, self-sacrifices I laid to burn, to sanctify the past, "But how do you soothe this fragrance of pain?" with wide-......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, blue,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member War
...War War is real It’s bad for your health They send you to death And embellish their wealth War is necessary The propagandists rev you Til you hate the scum Who have families like you Siste......Read the rest...
Categories: monument, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme

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