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Spaniards Poems - Poems about Spaniards

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Premium Member The Cry Of Dolores
...The Cry Of Dolores A popular priest in 1810, Spanish rule he spoke against those who had overthrown the Spanish Viceroy José de Iturrigaray A speech calling upon the people to protec......Read More
Categories: spaniards, history, independence day,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member APACHE GA AN
...©1996 RICO LEFFANTA THE 4TH GA-AN RISES FROM THE FLAMES IN AN APACHE RITUAL OLDER THAN RELIGIONS BROUGHT TO THE “New World” FROM THE “old world”—Apache Ga-an Dance, an important, spiritual......Read More
Categories: spaniards, appreciation, celebration, dance,
Form: Rhyme
...God is met not as an object to be understood, but as a mystery to be loved -attributed to Gregory of Nyssa d. 19 July, 394 Crisp and white underfoot crunching whilst I take out the b......Read More
Categories: spaniards, allegory, animal, change, england,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Watermelon in winter
... I was lucky enough to always' live in a house facing more less to the east I have gazed upon them since I was a child, the same as others for hundreds of years They are a part of the spirit of th......Read More
Categories: spaniards, beautiful,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Blood Moon Eclipse
...The Blood Moon Eclipse is simply scientific; the Moon moves into the shadow of the Earth cast by the Sun, a bit of sunlight still reaches the moon, refracted by Earth's atmosphere our eyes be......Read More
Categories: spaniards, fantasy, mythology, nature,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Columbus In The New World
...Columbus In The New World Three ships sailed under Spanish colours (The Santa Maria, Niña and La Pinta) And dropped anchor off the shores of San Salvador, For Columbus and his crew to ma......Read More
Categories: spaniards, america, columbus day, culture,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Galleons
...How many galleons per mile Were spread the grand Armada fleet, Hoping strong England to defile After a huge naval defeat? Surging steady through stormy seas How many galleons per mile To drag......Read More
Categories: spaniards, england, history, sea, spanish,
Form: Quatern
Any Friday at 6-30 PM prose-poem
... I'm playing seafaring games on the marble table, sketching between the blue striations of the stone, a slab that resembles an ocean to my young mind. I draw armadas and stick figure Spaniar......Read More
Categories: spaniards, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Mayflower Frontier
...My British grandparents Thomas and Susan Collier were American original descendants. they sailed the rough sea for their independence I believe they came on the mayflower voyage ship and landed i......Read More
Categories: spaniards, america,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Amistad Mutiny
...The Amistad Mutiny Slavery, a dirty word no matter how it’s pronounced: Abducted and herded to the slave fortress of Lomboko1 for trade. To be tossed in chains below deck on the Po......Read More
Categories: spaniards, africa, america, history, racism,
Form: Verse
...Half-Eleven Form Contest/Nina Parmenter THE ETOWAH INDIANS The Etowah indians, tribe of redskins, trading their buckskins. Mississippian mounds base of temple grounds — history asto......Read More
Categories: spaniards, history, native american,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Letter to Ronald Hull on his comment on Diary Notes: Lament at Dawn
...LETTER to RON" Diary Notes : Lament at Dawn - A Year Ago Yet Now No Change " Reviewed by Ronald Hull 8/19/2018 "Quite a lament! The state of Paris at dawn. Just the thought of sewage seepi......Read More
Categories: spaniards, conflict, immigration, paris, political,
Form: Free verse
Music In The Well
...The King swore his end By kingly power sealed by his signet. For the blind harpist Played down the joyful cheers Into sorrowful tears. Lords sobbed like lads While he sang without words......Read More
Categories: spaniards, anger, deep, introspection,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member What Is White
...Lost in a Land of Gold and Honey What is white? What do you call white? White can be a mixture of races like shepherd pie. A mixture of vegetables, meat, spices, then ......Read More
Categories: spaniards, racism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Our Brave Young Men
...Throughout history from time to time, our country has gone to war; they called upon our brave young men to enlist and join the corps. Some of the men were called by draft; while some enlis......Read More
Categories: spaniards, courage, dedication, hero, memory,
Form: Rhyme

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