Soldier War Poems
These Soldier War poems are examples of War poems about Soldier. These are the best examples of War Soldier poems written by international poets.
death, soldier, war,
The call of assembly long overdue
Named the forgotten from ages thru
from countless wars of eras ascended
Pain still fresh, wounds never mended
The screams before the...
Father In Law War Operations
war, allegory, analogy,
Unescorted NYC HMT NY 660 Louis Pasteur started out from
New York Harbor Nov. 30, 1944.
Landed in Liverpool, England Dec. 8th, 1944. Arrived...
A Knock at his Door
courage, red, soldier, war,
a knock at his door
signal of war
he knows no more
arrive at the line
cigarette kills the time
silence jars his mind
bullets float past...
The Stillborn Love
Pain abates. A silent love zigzags
through his bullet wound. He is an
Indian mercenary fighting for the
Allies. He was born with a rusted
Still on Patrol
war, allegory, death, fantasy, military,
Can you hear the whispers
brought on by the wind storming?
Carried true by the harpers,
the tale the howls are forming?
Came a knock at the farmer's door,
Back To Her
war, children, conflict, french, retirement,
After the Sunday service, searching back to her
For a date. He will soon be walking back to her.
Bottle rockets popping over the Sacre Coeur.
dog, memory, soldier, war,
It was a glorious summers day and I woke up with the lark
Got my wheelchair ready and then headed to the park
I noticed a girl...
Letters To The Lady
mother son, war, world
Troop ships loading, crowded docks
Mums and sisters waving off
Go with keepsakes, golden locks
Some men hug while many doff
Eric, soldier single stands
Beryl, lonesome widow cares
war, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Idyllic color photographs of my family,
my mother's golden beehive elegantly
arranged on her head,
I was a kid in the shredded, bleeding 60's,
black and white newspaper photos,
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
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...
The Boy at Ticonderoga, Part I
war, america, conflict, confusion, death,
Duncan was a young British soldier,
new recruit at fifteen years of age,
a good lad who followed his orders,
he was a fifer who liked to play,
A Moment Too Late
death, soldier, war,
Come hell or high water the line he marched toward
To head off the charge that the foe would make
He chastened himself, urged his tired feet...
Of Wars and Friendship
war, anger, angst, brother, death,
The bombs explode and the missiles fly past.
Fiery clouds of smoke thicken all around.
Yet with these moments, though they were my last,
I would contemplate something...
Paul's Last Letter -- BOTH Audio and Text
“Dear Mom,” was how it started, like so many I’d received from Paul while he was stationed in Iraq.
But this one was the letter...