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Civil War Poems

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

Premium Member The War Memorial

Ten laps around my town’s small park had 
become routine, and by habit I entered it
by way of the new war memorial.

Yet I never stopped...

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Categories: evil, religion, war,

squarish watermelons
dogs eating lions
small fish eating big fish
watermelons grown squarish
bombing tunnels is third world war
blind obedience to next level state
is causing mass civil killings in long...

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Categories: war, death, holocaust, military, soldier,

White Knowledge
Your Sons died in the Civil War
for the right to own Slaves
When they could not afford to own
a Slave
Stop being a slave for

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Categories: war, america, bible, black african

Premium Member Nothing Positive About Racism
There's nothing positive about racism
However, this cancer dehumanizes everyone
This bacterium kills all good pisum sativum
All necessary ingredients that distinguish a human
From something worst than a...

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Categories: war, abuse, betrayal, race, racism,

Premium Member American Civil War Reassessed
The seeds of self-destructive strife
Were sown soon after drums and fifes
Extolled success from breaking free
From Britain's aristocracy.

The Constitution's writ accedes
Peculiar Institution's needs:
Proportional House seats would...

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Categories: war, conflict, destiny, military, patriotic,

Oceans and Winds
Oceans and Winds

I have an obsequious unnatural inclination
To sustain my external compulsions 
And convert them to a pre-text of a sub-text
Of instantaneous conclusions
Bi-Partisan confusions, melted...

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Categories: war, corruption, courage, creation, humanity,

My Commanders In Chief
Many think this holiday honors all United States presidents we elect
But let me reflect
It is Washington’s birthday that we celebrate 
It honors President Washington and...

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© Ja Angelo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: war, america, february, presidents day,

Nationalism, Not God, Is Behind War

"It's a blessing to have known Jesus through one's parents. I was 30 when I began...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: war, africa, childhood, community, history,

Premium Member The War Within
I've said, "Leave me alone" when I didn't mean it.
Yes, I've said "Yes" when I wanted to say "No".
I consented to go, when I did...

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Categories: war, conflict, desire,

Premium Member Civil War Ii
Civil War II

Perhaps if civil war comes, it will be broken into scores of guerilla wars.  
This prolonged agony is a reason General Lee...

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© I Am Anaya  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: war, political,

Premium Member Thinking of the Civil War
Dancing to a Dixieland band, I think of General Lee
And General Sherman who led a march to the sea.
I am glad that I did not...

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Categories: war, world,

Something To Look Forward To, Part Vi
...Though in closing, it must be said
they did not remain there for long.
A damned Yankee wed to a Reb?
The locals all declared it wrong.

Like many...

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Categories: war, courage, death, life, loss,

Something To Look Forward To, Part V
...For the remainder of the war
he kept to himself, since he knew
making friends set you up for pain,
there was naught to look forward too.

The months...

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Categories: war, courage, death, life, loss,

Something To Look Forward To, Part Iv
...Emmet would converse with Sophie,
pretend he was a normal man,
while April and Abner slipped away…
young infatuation was grand.

And after their third time out there
April and...

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Categories: war, courage, death, life, loss,

Something To Look Forward Too, Part Iii
After moments she shook her head,
then moved over to the brick hearth,
a strew cooked over glowing coals,
she threw more spuds in for her part.

Then came...

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Categories: war, courage, death, life, loss,