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Survivors Poems - Poems about Survivors

Survivors Poems - Examples of all types of poems about survivors to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for survivors.
The book of Revelation the trumpet judgments part six
...Revelation chapter nine the fifth seal judgement continued During those days, men will seek death, but will not find it; they will long to die, but death will elude them. Commentary The sco......Read More
Categories: survivors, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Narrative

...NINE ELEVEN That fateful day when the news came in Grim indeed, but seemed a world away The two tall pinnacles of a modern city It took some time to really feel the pity All colour disappeared......Read More
Categories: survivors, bereavement, memorial day,
Form: Rhyme
...A wonder why? What was the reason? Beyond any reasoning Remembrance of 9/11/2001 A day that was like yesterday, but unexpected A past with the skies clear, sunny and true Warning was on call wi......Read More
Categories: survivors, america, arabic, bereavement, care,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Will Not Forget
...I will not forget the day that evil came, One clear and sunny morning in September. Terrorists attacked with cruel hatred, A tragic day that we must all remember. I will not forget the day the ......Read More
Categories: survivors, america, anniversary, death, evil,
Form: Quatrain
... In my life, I’ve known bold men, that laid down their souls. We sing songs of their virtues, through lyrics and prose. But no one sings the praises, of wives left alone. Or the children who......Read More
Categories: survivors, poetry,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Its time'
...Its time now..! To become survivors you must stand.!Thank God for putting Tim Ballard in contact with those Who needed to be released.! And there was a reason For that ! For its so much harder for......Read More
Categories: survivors, character, child abuse, conflict,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Smiling Alligators and Crocodiles
... The Titanic is loading now at the White House dock Smiling alligators and crocodiles boarding unaware Theirs will be a voyage with no survivors The Lord, no Charge d'affaires......Read More
Categories: survivors, voyage,
Form: Rhyme
...“We are the forgotten, the grime and scum of the earth. We are the poor souls who live like animals so you can live like kings and queens. We are the shadows no one cares about, the dark crevice we......Read More
Categories: survivors, america, anger, encouraging, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Tears of Mother Rose
...Sirens, sirens, that is all I hear why, oh why, did you have to drink the beer? Don't you know that drinking and driving kills? you have stayed out of the stills. Can you hear the cry? Those are......Read More
Categories: survivors, addiction, death, drink, grief,
Form: Rhyme
Warrior of Resilience A Tribute to Survivors of Sexual Assault
... She walks alone, with a heavy heart Haunted by the memories that tear her apart She's a victim of sexual assault, a survivor of pain But she refuses to let her past define her again She's......Read More
Categories: survivors, abuse,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Your choice to raise a voice
...A free voice, (is coming out) breaking chains falling There's a mighty shout.! Despite the deadners and Burned out )folk( there is hope in its scripting drawn From reality (no jokes) no exploding ......Read More
Categories: survivors, age, america, beautiful, courage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Eastern Flight 401
...who is that strange pilot? Why is he not in the cockpit? Naomi tried to stifle her six-year-old son’s shrill voice although psychic herself, she did not broadcast it in ‘72 he keeps fading away, T......Read More
Categories: survivors, history,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Yes, We Survivors Do Live On But How
...Enow enow. / (?'na?) / adjective, adverb. an archaic word for enough Yes, We Survivors Do Live On But How Many should die, millions or just enow Yes, war and the fallen lives of war dead ......Read More
Categories: survivors, death, deep, evil, history,
Form: Sonnet
Forbode of Wilderness
... Deposited, held in Amazon's Adonis arms Hidden inhospitably stashed, kite shadow Curled furtive, stairway stupefied windshield Hallucinations lag languished in amusement ......Read More
Categories: survivors, africa, bereavement, brother, children,
Form: Free verse
Bell and horn compared
... Each time ringer sounds a bell He has something big to tell; Like driver who honks horn And just few ears would it scorn… News from Bell as from Horn sharp: Messages on which lips harp; A......Read More
Categories: survivors, allusion, analogy, education, eulogy,
Form: Rhyme

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