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Patriotic Poems | Examples of Patriotic Poetry

Patriotic Poems - Examples of all types of patriotic poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for patriotic.

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Premium Member For the Inauguration of Joseph R Biden Jr
Just a word to uplift and motivate you On this most auspicious occasion of your life, So that you may feel, as most Americans do, Encouraged, for the bright new era in America, President Biden R....Read More
Categories: patriotic, presidents day,
Form: Acrostic

Premium Member I Shall Sing the Songs of Yesteryear
I shall sing the songs of yesteryear When word and phrase were understood, And harmonies were pleasant to the ear And social norms were ever good. I shall sing the songs of yesteryear When love was deep and endearing,...Read More
Categories: change, music, patriotic, song,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member In With the New
We don’t need guns, knives, fists, or words to wound people. A flag will suffice. Our state flag was divisive. The new one is for us ALL. January 15, 2021 entered in the Completely Your Choice (40) Contest Sponsor: Brian Strand The flag...Read More
Categories: patriotic, pride,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member American
I’m still an American, what about you? ...Read More
Categories: patriotic,
Form: Rhyme
Shadow, but absence of light-time. Darkness, a stage for the dawn. Freedom, a call to my heart-strings. Liberty, easily gone. When every mountain, a teacher, then every moment, a school. When every wise man, a pauper, then every student, a fool. When freedom’s...Read More
Categories: america, freedom, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Stolen Happiness And Livelihood
Forthy innocent people were heinously shut down, the surly morning was about to rain, then sunrise came and mothers wailed; I also wept for their death as that tolling bell... the flag they loved was lowered halfstaff, a crowd gathered and...Read More
Categories: courage, death, freedom, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member January 6, 2021
Today... I watched in horror as insurrectionists, [hooligans and terrorists] stormed our nation's capital. While...Read More
Categories: america, fear, patriotic,
Form: Political Verse
Psalm For Today
75 million Americans waking up to the fact that they have been played – from the backside laid; all Second Amendment Rights will next be splayed, like a fish, readied for the grill, filleted – Oh! So-called representatives will pontificate, wringing their hands...Read More
Categories: military, patriotic, political, society,
Form: Free verse
Charge Of The Yank Brigade
maybe they drank or just mentally blank President plank the charge of the yank...Read More
Categories: america, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme
Like heartbeats emitted into the sky atune to songs of freedom, so dances dynamite. Emotive blooms burst forth to magnify a cascading canopy of spotlight. Atune to songs of freedom, so dances dynamite upon a blackboard sky, smoke like smudged...Read More
Categories: patriotic, firework, forgiveness, freedom, heart,
Form: Pantoum
Premium Member FREE AGAIN part 3
NOT ONE BUT FOUR Who are the British, do they exist, these nationals of her Britannic majesty so often shortened to ‘ Brit’. Eighty years, and more I’ ve walked this shore but ‘Brit’ I see not, here, where I, sit. A...Read More
Categories: new years day, patriotic,
Form: Didactic
Biden's Victory
It is a battle as old as sin: and by expulsion we know that good did not win; gardens having both blossoms and devils-- As does the rose, which we cultivate (our space shared) mindful not to sniff and touch without taking into account earth’s pointed pairs-- I wonder...Read More
Categories: america, christian, corruption, patriotic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Creed of the Underground Press
‘Til all - from whom the call to fight for truth and freedom come - and all who risk for what is right, are slain…or rendered dumb... ‘Til all - by whom the words of war...Read More
Categories: conflict, death, gothic, patriotic,
Form: Rhyme
The US Constitution
Laws are the framework for an orderly society – we subject ourselves to them, not because they are perfect, but because we realize and acknowledge our own imperfections, and a need to be governed uniformly by something outside the individual… God gave us the...Read More
Categories: independence day, love, patriotic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member For Love of Country
A flag can move grown men to cry Spur them on to fight and die For love of country; for precious land ~ The rat-a-tat-tat of a fife-and-drum band...Read More
Categories: america, motivation, patriotic, symbolism,
Form: Couplet

Specific Types of Patriotic Poems

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