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Short D Day Poems

Short D Day Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about D Day by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about D Day by length and keyword.


D day
look where I am 
in the memory of a massacre 
human against human

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Categories: d day, cry, dark, day, freedom, gothic, war,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member Dread Of Surgery
D-Day of surgery

R-Rushes of doubt

E-Eternal security assured

A-Attitude is right

D-Death far off in future!...

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Categories: d day, death, health
Form: Acrostic
WE REMEMBER D-DAY
day we'll never forget
my eyes mind or wet
am glad to say
we came  a long way
 since so many   had to pay
i REMEMEBER D-DAY...

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Categories: d day, abuse, america,
Form: Prose Poetry
NEVER AGAIN D-DAY
it cause deep pain
Eyes rain
Now things had change
It was insane
This we say know your friend
There price to pay
 Never Again  D-DAY...

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Categories: d day, dedication,
Form: Prose Poetry
Pail
It’s D-day for my life
What else is there to say
Everything is crumbling
Breaking apart

I am a pail of empty tears
Full of holes
Full of holes
Rusted into pieces
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Categories: d day, death, passion, sad,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member A lovers lament
'Hey there,you with the stars in your eyes'
just time before our goodbyes

Don't look too long above,
'I'm in the mood for love'

I must get home quite soon,so
'Fly me to the moon'

..t'was ever thus..no action
'Can't get no satisfaction '

R Clooney/D Day/NKCole/Stones...

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Categories: d day, funny, love, music
Form: Couplet
Awesome ride
Want to tell you all a story later
A soon as my pen hit some paper.
She means the world to me,
 I know she can see.
Push everyone aside.
This gönnä be an awesome ride
Im next to your side
And when d-day comes,
No matter where im from
I will be holding your hand
Walking with you through the sand.
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Categories: d day, caregiving, dedication
Form: Verse
Broken Soilder
There lay the body,
Of a broken solider,
The explosion swiped him clean,
His slow breaths,
Breathing in the murky air,
All that was left,
Of that poor man,
Was body, leg and arm,
He had a wife and 2 kids,
But now no more,
I still hear his laugh,
Of jokes once betold,
No more laughs for awhile,
The D-Day had struck.


16/7/10
10:10am...

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Categories: d day, war
Form: I do not know?
A Great Day
A Great Day
 
A Anytime with you is always
G Great one God gave me to
R Remember having held in high 
E Esteem and essential for
A Another thing to think of
T That I truly will never forget
D Day after day and year
A After year always waiting to be with
Y You and only you who I love and do adore.

You tell me a women who would 
not want that often said to them?

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: d day, encouraging,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member D-Day June 6, 1944
D-Day June 6, 1944

And in the coming carnage there arose
prayers of humbled heroes - frightened pose
beseeching all the gods that turned blind eye
for death is death even when heroes die.
So did they, on this day, assault the beach
procure for us a goal they’d never reach.
Peace blows over memories white washed stone
to honor those who fought and died alone.


John G. Lawless
6/6/2017 


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Categories: d day, peace, remember, world war ii,
Form: Verse
RETURN ON D-DAY
Why deceptive retrieve
in a wheelchair
for the fallen ?

Was it not a sheer
wrong message
of a space anxiety ?

The aboriginal name
was dead in a traffic. What
a choice to breathe its

last in a city of buried
monuments ? Vision of inner
city affiliates,

taking questions for
the first time. You
become only a body after the death.

A white rose waits
for a blue sea. The black moon
hovers around the old man.




SATISH VERMA
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Categories: d day, art,
Form: ABC
Premium Member D DAY REMEBERED a repost
Lost in France,
Resting 'neath a simple cross,
Just name,nationality and rank;
Giving of life,was his loss.

At home,
A breaking,aching heart;
A sweetheart's pain;
Her emptiness was another's gain.

In memory fading go
As echoing years slip by,
And still her tears flow;
Vivid yet her anguish sigh.

Forgotten,forfeit and for what?
freedom frailties,fragile,
Such ideas still beguile;
T'was ever thus,a peasant soldier's lot....

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Categories: d day, eulogy, freedom,
Form: Ballad
RETURN ON D-DAY
Why deceptive retrieve
in a wheelchair
for the fallen ?

Was it not a sheer
wrong message
of a space anxiety ?

The aboriginal name
was dead in a traffic. What
a choice to breathe its

last in a city of buried
monuments ? Vision of inner
city affiliates,

taking questions for
the first time. You
become only a body after the death.

A white rose waits
for a blue sea. The black moon
hovers around the old man.




SATISH VERMA
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Categories: d day, dedication
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My Very First Night
With Jethro Tull playing in my ear
On a night whose memory I still hold dear
In my college dorm my Freshman year
Of virginity status I stepped clear

The intent was to study history
Biology, to me, still a mystery
I could sense her scooting close to me
When we got to D-Day there was victory

Our relationship didn’t last too long
My performance that night wasn’t real strong
But the memory still brings a big smile on
Of my very first night in a time long gone
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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: d day, life, night, memory, memory, night,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member D DAY freedom recovered
D DAY June 6 a repost remembered

 Lost in France,
Resting 'neath a simple cross,
Just name,nationality and rank;
Giving of life,was his loss.

At home,
A breaking,aching heart;
A sweetheart's pain;
Her emptiness was another's gain.

In memory fading go
As echoing years slip by,
And still her tears flow;
Vivid yet her anguish sigh.

Forgotten,forfeit and for what?
freedom frailties,fragile,
Such ideas still beguile;
T'was ever thus,a peasant soldier's lot....

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Categories: d day, america, anniversary, freedom, thanksgiving, war,
Form: Verse