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Swordsmanship Poems

Swordsmanship Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of swordsmanship poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for swordsmanship.

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The Disturbed
I want to spread the message of peace, true peace. But that which lies under my breast  is easily  covered with the hues of that which the sunken balls see;

I want to ride on the backs of unbroken...Read More
Categories: swordsmanship, 1st grade, allah, faith, fate,
Form: Free verse

George Washington
George Washington is founder of our nation

He was born in time so early in our country

His story starts as a young man with ambitions

He was handsome tall man with grate ideals

He loved chivalry, horses and swordsmanship

He came from a family...Read More
Categories: swordsmanship, america,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wales of Myths and Legends
In the heart of Wales beneath shade of trees
In world's stillness relieving in pages 
Of bloom gardens as playful fairies tease
Shape-shifting wizards man of the ages 

Caught a top of a fire breathing dragon
Charm the beast my passion, have it...Read More
Categories: swordsmanship, dream, england, fantasy, vacation,
Form: Sonnet
My heart is too weak to call for helps
Finding a suitor that has sight is like training for biceps
Which assurance is decided on too many things
Luxury is a perfume that attracts the availables
Only for my soul to refuses...Read More
Categories: swordsmanship, adventure, care, cinderella, crush, cute love, fairy,
Form: Blank verse
juxtaposition of immortalisation ok
Alien implications of a turboprop turnip turning is usefully attuned to mystical presences. Mind stretching images of computerised garbage on an umbrella of slime. Outnumbered then are juices in helmets. Rotting putrid raw stench. Run forward and scream"the boots are...Read More
Categories: swordsmanship, beauty, blessing,
Form: I do not know?

Hot metal, the great forge of my mind
Steam heat, the irony building behind
Try me, I'll cut you down in the blink of an eye

I am the only thing, standing in the way of me
Fighting my feelings, That I am holding

Sixteen,...Read More
Categories: swordsmanship, confusion,
Form: I do not know?
Any (every) man
can brag about his conquests, 
the notches in his belt
little rungs on a ladder
baptized in bullshit. 

Any (every) man
can regale you with stories
of their swordsmanship or cunning

Any (let's just be honest and say all) man
can try to hold...Read More
Categories: swordsmanship, woman,
Form: Free verse