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War Sestina Poems

These War Sestina poems are examples of Sestina poems about War. These are the best examples of Sestina War poems written by international poets.


Six Views of a Sickening World by J. Amorose
Replace the desolate words I speak without intention
With my intended poetry – a burst of fresh light
In a forlorn bedroom filled with buckets of darkness!
As...

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Categories: dark, light, world war

Premium MemberShadow Soldiers on Parade by John lawless
In endless quest we sought seclusions peace                  ...

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Categories: courage, military,



MEMOIRS OF WAR by Elizabeth Edemode
By the river corner I sat and wept
Memories of the war flooding my mind
Imagines of rotting bodies everywhere
The smell of dying children pungent still
Starvation and...

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Categories: pain, children, war, children,

A Modern Warriors Sestina by Michael Hughes
How did you find me here ghost	
I thought I was done with your haunting	
My Uncle told me you were my enemy	
I know I left you...

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Categories: war, me, me,

It takes two to make a tear by jack horne
It takes two to make a tear 

It’s Christmastime so no more killing now!
Let’s get together, sing some carols here.
In no man’s land, we’re brothers...

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Categories: warworld, old, old,

Premium MemberWhat About the Children by Joyce Johnson
What do we tell the precious children, Lord,
those sweetly innocent and trusting ones?
They should not have to know of dreadful war,
our tiny daughters and our...

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Categories: warchild,

Premium MemberRevel Joyfully by Carolyn Devonshire
It was on a cold night in Bethlehem that hope was born
A babe lay in a manger as angels sang joyfully
Above the nativity a star...

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Categories: happiness, holiday, upliftingnight, birth,

Premium MemberThe Heart of Poverty by Debbie Guzzi
Once upon a time, mother was gifted new life.
Reformed, reborn the second child to poverty, 
through the coldness of a Maine winter came beauty.
A fair...

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Categories: anniversary, caregiving, childhood, daughter,

Premium MemberNe'er Gone by Debbie Guzzi
Forever in the wind, the gale, the tempest gone……
though, lingering caress of cheek and thigh remains		
as does the precious memory of fires glow.			
Winds leavings lesson,...

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Categories: devotion, lost love, love,

Cemetary Sestina by Mary Hartong
Several
times I have walked by Arlington Cemetery
and felt my face wilt.
I’ve waded through Washington D.C’s ever-present puddles
to work every day and thought of stopping, reading...

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Categories: sestina, hope

All Your Voices by Tamra Amato
Once, long distant calls would cost
You, your friends and family so many voices
had to wait, anticipate the budget and the worth
of words said out loud...

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Categories: faith, forgiveness, peacelove, perspective,

INSPIRATION SPARKS WHEN by Andrew Crisci
Inspiration sparks when
a shooting star crosses
the starry, twinkling Heavens,
revealing its gradeur, beauty and sadness;
and if we follow it to its destination...
where it will finally land.


Inspiration...

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Categories: adventure, fantasy, happiness, imagination,

The Life Of a New Yorker by joseph berroa
Here living in the city of New York,
Those who oppose me will fall
Even though many are kind to me
People and its city must perish
Great damage...

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Categories: life, me, people, city,

I Assumed You Loved Me by Nicole Signorelli
And so I see your moving mouth
Not a coherent word my ears hear uttered
I must not assume
You're apologizing for the affair
For your love I now...

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Categories: girlfriend-boyfriend, husband, lost love,