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Ramparts Poems

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List of Ramparts Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Contemplating Red, White, and Blue Terry Mullally Rhyme ramparts, appreciation, death, dedication,
Premium Member Poem Ireland - a divided island part two Ian Love Narrative ramparts, community, history, ireland, time,
Measurements of a kiss Ibohal Kshetrimayum I do not know? ramparts, bird, birth, black love,
Don't Demean Meaning john sensele Free verse ramparts, poems,
His Destiny Wed Kurt Philip Behm Rhyme ramparts, destiny,
Space DM Babbit Free verse ramparts, space, universe,
Ubris Affected, Infected, Respected and Projected john sensele Free verse ramparts, poems,
green summer hija de la luna Cinquain ramparts, feelings, nature, nostalgia,
Premium Member Poem A Tear-ful Conversation With My Daughter Susan Ashley Free verse ramparts, daughter, i love you,
Premium Member Poem The Range Michelle Faulkner Alliteration ramparts, community, endurance, leadership, natural

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The Ballad of Edward Kenway
by Denis Briggs
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Ballad | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, adventure, courage, leadership, war,

The Blast of A Cast
by john sensele
The blast of a cast aghast with fuss on a blunderbuss
Flew and grew a crew who rued chances and stances to discuss
Differences in conciliation conferences...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, poems,

One Last Choice
by Kurt Philip Behm
When the world becomes heavy,
  take it inside

When the waves breach the levee,
  take it inside

When she just won’t stop asking,
  take...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, blessing, confusion, inspiration, strength,

The Heart From Which Flows the Waterfall
by Keith O.J. Hunt
There is a little sprinkling of love down deep,
  a wee twinkling (light) ---
  without which we couldn't exist;
  like light upon...

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Classicism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, earth, heart, hope, life,

Chicago Land- In the Belly of the Beast
by Steve Zak
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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, chicago, city, culture, death,

FOREVER LOVE - On Valentines Day
by norberto franco cisneros

In my life’s poem, my best moment begins with your smile crushing the ramparts of my discontent. It was then my heart recognized Love did...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, for her, happiness, love,

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The White Lady of Skipsea
by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
"The White Lady of Skipsea"


Last night I dreamt 
I dreamed of you
a kind of dream 
within a dream

Diaphanous, 
my soul escaped, 
this firmament,
my immaculate heart
held...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, dark, fantasy, gothic, history,

'The Friendly Ghost'-For H D
by jamie brolin
“The Friendly Ghost (For H.D.)”
(27 February 2017)

Yes…He’s a boy.
He drifted through the ruins
Of my personal 
Troy.
He sacked the ramparts
Of my suicidal urge
To destroy.

In Ground Zero—
the...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, angel, body, crush, giving,

A Crooked House
by Zed Zed
We lived in a crooked house.

Built on a muddy mound of hope with the corpse of yesterday half buried beneath

Sad eyes and smiley faces. A...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, childhood, home, memory, sad,

Catholic PTSD
by William Donovan
  At war with my soul for years
  since I was a an innocent child.
  Born with original sin, never
  had...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, childhood,

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Freedom
by Jack Ellison


Security is tight, the world is different now
To each man and woman we must be vigilant and vow
To do our small part
To shore up the...

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Limerick | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, peace,

On Rode the Valiant
by Keith O.J. Hunt
Through the gates of Absalom,
steed and gate did ride,
charging fast and furious
o'er centuries gone by;
peace did shout in vain,
the Lidless Prophets...
must come again,
nigh is the...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, hero, hope, peace, war,

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God Rains Down in my Heart
by James Edward Lee Sr.
(the sound of rain, a storm)


As I fathom the sounds of jubilee;
Raindrops, falling, raindrops falling down on me
Showering, blundering, drenching all around up and down...

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Lyric | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, appreciation, blessing, christian, confidence,

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Inner City
by Frederic Parker
Broken windows give no reflection
graffiti for those who can read

concrete streets are polluted rivers
passing shoes leave bodies in need

disillusion is a crumbled sidewalk
stretching to an...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, city,

The Morning Kiss
by Dane Burgess
           Breaking through the ramparts 
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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, feelings, kiss, love,

Ronald Rump
by matthew harris
repugnant racist republican reviled - rickettsia re:itch ruler. 
rapaciously ravaged revered reverential rubric. 
radical ruthless renegade rapidly riotously rips rigged ramparts. 
refrains retaining remnant redolent...

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Alliteration | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, allusion, analogy, confusion, crazy,

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Faraway-Hope
by Frederic Parker
When all the poems have been written
and every dream has been wished
When the fragile dawn of love rises and finds us worthy,
to be lovers,
will we...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, hope,

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On Into The Night
by Steven Henderson

Tis, this other life
Appearing only as dream
Day I left your side
Ramparts that did not collide
Yet, I know still deep inside
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Tanka | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, appreciation, devotion, forgiveness, love,

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Goeth Ye Patriots
by Gregory R Barden
(Just for fun, folks - and a nod to Old English)

Wat?!?

No jovial banter? No easy give-and-take of rivalry? Naught there be a good-natur'd ribbing between...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, appreciation, football, metaphor, old,

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My Home Is No Fortress
by Kai Michael Neumann
My Home Is No Fortress

Speechless thoughts flow out as words when the drawbridge is upended 

         ...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ramparts, home,