History Verse Poems

These History Verse poems are examples of Verse poems about History. These are the best examples of Verse History poems written by international poets.


My Better Life's Cake by john sensele
Far away from the discomfort under my skin
My soul rejoices
Recoiling at sorrows that like a pointed pin
Pricks my choices

Stealing my freedom
Drinking my peace of mind
Shoving...

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An Amazing Future by curtis johnson
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Categories: verse, god, love, peace,



Premium MemberOf Vampires and Witches by Gerald Dillenbeck
Did you ever notice
our vampire legends
are almost always patriarchal,
sometimes even princely
and excruciatingly royalist,
elitist?

While witches plot and evil plan
in coven craven circles
more undershadow than legendary.

Wizards might...

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Categories: verse, courage, green, health, humor,

A teared eye by T.I.R.O. JY
Remember?

Do you remember me?

Trapped in your ice cave, no sunlight, no one to see?

Daylight drowns out the dark. 
Sunlight heals your scars

I remember 

I said...

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Categories: verse, absence, character, history, prayer,

African Rhythm by Kofi Amed
I am....
An Ashanti warrior A Bantu dancer 
I am a Yoruba royal clothed in my Asooke 
Dancing Adowa and kpalogo to tunes from wulomei and...

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Categories: verse, africa, beautiful, black love,

100 years from now by fauxcroft wade
I have no crystal ball

Very little perspective at all, 

About what the future holds

I root myself in the present

But if you asked me for my...

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Categories: verse, beautiful, environment, future, green,

Premium MemberA Date with Our Fate by Frederic Parker
One hundred years from now
as we record our past deeds
and hang them in the dark corridors of history
will we wash the blood from our hands
gather...

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Categories: verse, destiny, history,

Premium MemberHonest and Dishonest Differences by Gerald Dillenbeck
LeftBrain yang's universal differentiations:

To deduce,
distinguish,
monoculturally confine,
define,
refine,
privilege,
isolate,
depress,
repress,
suppress,
Either WinThis Or Join ThatExterior Body of AllLosers,
competitive fundamentalist predation,
patriarchal discrimination for ego-empowerment,
accept HereYang Supremacy
over Now YinSquared enlightening understory,

To differentiate
differences...

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Categories: verse, caregiving, community, education, health,

Premium MemberA HISTORY OF MADNESS by John lawless

Hands reach
to touch
withered dreams.
Flags crumble -
stained remnants
of futile folly.
A dog growls.
Shadows chase ghosts
amid nameless stones.
A bird’s song
resonates
within the silence
of steeple bells.
Mother’s weep
as their babies cry
no...

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Categories: verse, environment, war,

Oh Cloned Forgery by David MaxOptimism
freedom scourge 
   the martyrdom sea 

    from ivory lands to bells of... ‘liberty?’ 
     ...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, america, black

Premium MemberA Majesty Of Mayhem by Rick Parise
Judgement upon the queen of doom 
And to the queen deceitful lies
And in her final days       repentance
Of shadowed words...

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Categories: betrayal, dark, goodbye, history,

Premium Member- Everything Has An End - by Sunshine Smile


The journey to the place where peace lives in beautiful music
Alone in my own shadow, no shining stars
The despair is overwhelming I'm filled with melancholy
Leaving...

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Categories: verse, dark, death, goodbye,

The missing charm by Ashish Vardhan
O...The missing charm ...
The day of mine solving the  beautiful mystery. 
..they all knew the echo of past and history. 
She arrived in full...

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Categories: verse, angel,

Carolingian Minuscule by matthew harris
Circa Holy Roman Empire
between ninth
and thirteenth century
after common era

(approximately 800 AD and 1200 AD)
benchmark year 780 bracketed
Benedictine monks
Of Corbie Abbey
devised cheeky guttural lingual rapartee

vis a...

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Categories: verse, 11th grade, 12th grade,

Premium MemberPsalm 137:5, Not Forgotten by Dennis Spilchuk
Psalm 137:5—Not Forgotten

On May 14, 1948
The United Nations
Approved the proclamation
Declaring,
The “Independent State of Israel.”

Seventy years later;
Monday, May, 14, 2018:
It will be written in the history...

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Categories: christian, history, jewish, religious,

Shake by Jimmi Canada
In your overall, dynamism, it swept through you as you spelled the words in mind,
every other vowl spewed something wise,
nothing transmorphed so you tried,
and again...

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Categories: verse, analogy, atheist, change, dance,

Premium MemberThe Alaskan Pipeline by Dennis Spilchuk
The Alaskan Pipeline

1968 confirmed the year 
Of discovery by Humble Oil
To North America’s largest oil field,
On the North Slope of the Brooks Range,
A west to...

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Categories: education, environment, history, technology,

no reason to die by stephen pennell
A first world country loads it planes
With death in cased in steel 
Sent to rain its deadly load 
On the innocents and old
A Politicians pride...

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Categories: verse, political, remembrance day, war,

Premium MemberX-STINk-SHUN by norberto franco cisneros
 
A fish flew out of the water.
Nobody knew why until he spoke,
saying he carried a warning for Mankind.

The fish looked human.
I need to talk...

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Categories: verse, care, loss, pollution,

Premium MemberThere You Were by Tim Smith
...and there you were   
standing in my rain   
not caring getting wet   
for I was not a dream   
  
an impossibility...

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Categories: verse, love,