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Brave War Poems

These Brave War poems are examples of War poems about Brave. These are the best examples of War Brave poems written by international poets.


When A Man Dies For Freedom
When a man dies for freedom,
we don’t know what we’ve lost,
since most of us can’t tell
the shining from the dross.
We live in the safety
these braver...

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Categories: war, america, courage, death, freedom,



A Soldier's Destiny
Nothing marks the day he left this world
no pomp, no glory, no flags unfurled
no marching parade to fill the streets
no tears to run down crimson...

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Categories: death, war,

The Boy at Ticonderoga, Part II
...Duncan’s unit, the 42nd,
was placed in the center of the mass,
the French would crumble quick, he reckoned,
when the lines started marching at last,
not knowing that...

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Categories: war, america, conflict, confusion, death,

Call of duty
Left behind the mom crying,  

Left behind the old father dying,  

He walked to his duty knowing  ,

On him his country is...

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Categories: war, courage, emotions, freedom, leaving,

The Maryland 400, Part II
...But with redcoats in the rear
they couldn’t persevere,
on narrows paths by a small creek
escape from their foes they did seek,
but who would guard the rear?
Stirling...

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Categories: war, america, courage, freedom, history,



Premium Member Gettysburg - BOTH Audio and Text
This sort of horrible tragedy actually happened in America's Civil War -


Despite the soft and tepid breeze, the day felt cold and mean,  ...

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Categories: conflict, death, war,

Neighborhood Welcoming Committee
Brave
soldier’s
homecoming
Will the pup win
the battle for who captures the first hug?

Rockwell’s welcoming committee deserves
a purple heart.
Raising bonds
for war’s
end.


February 13, 2021

picture 3, Norman Rockwell's "Homecoming"
I used...

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Categories: war, 11th grade, america, art,

The Soldier Story
The Soldier

The dust has now settled, but the cries are raging on
The battle has now settled, but the war is raging on

We are still standing...

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Categories: war, conflict, courage, dedication, devotion,

Premium Member A Soldier's Grave In Normandy
I will board a plane
and visit the grave
of that brave soldier
who left his country
to defend the principles of liberty
banned by a heartless dictator
who praised a...

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Categories: war, death, freedom, friend, grave,

Wilderness
‘Angered seasons have ere now’, creak the bones
 Of the old, ‘laid cities to waste. Now time
Will uproot from our earth the enraged stones
 ...

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Categories: war, anger, conflict, desire, dream,

Premium Member Lee Miller Holocaust Photographer
Lee Miller took risks which enabled her to see
The world through the saddest of lenses
Taking her to places where spirits were sobbing

She was ahead of...

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Categories: war,

Our page in history
Our parents years. Our parents fears.
Our freedoms earned with their blood, sweat and tears.

Those moons have gone. History still sings their songs.

When did we say?...

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Categories: war, absence, age, fear, history,

Premium Member Custer's Last Bluster
What did Custer bluster as he saw the Indians rushin' up the valley?

"HERE COME THE INDIANS, BOYS!  AIN'T NO TIME TO DALLY"!

Custer's brave troopers...

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Categories: humorous, native american, war,

Premium Member Living Tribute
It has long been the custom to erect
Monuments in honour of the war dead,
To publicly accord them due respect 
For their tragic sacrifice of bloodshed,...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: war, beauty, death, flower, garden,

Premium Member Remember
Remember when you wake up each morn
There are those who'll never see the dawn
The brave who gave their lives so that we
Could live out our...

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Categories: war, bereavement, conflict, history, world