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Spanish War Poems

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

Premium Member The noble sunflower
They stood in the bright Andalucian sunlight
The noble sunflowers with stance upright
Massed yellow ranks portray solidarity
Faces and heights display uniformity

Unquestioning loyalty to the hot sun

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Categories: war, flower, spanish,

Premium Member Song of Amergin: Translation
The Song of Amergin: Modern English Translations

The Song of Amergin
loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch

I am the sea breeze
I am the ocean wave
I am the...

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Categories: war, ireland, myth, mythology, song,

Premium Member Galleons
How many galleons per mile
Were spread the grand Armada fleet,
Hoping strong England to defile
After a huge naval defeat?

Surging steady through stormy seas
How many galleons per...

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Categories: war, england, history, sea, spanish,

Europe United Not European Union
The British Empire was built by fate
made rich advanced to stand up straight 
Have knowledge and allies to collaborate 
prevent Europe a Russian satellite state


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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: war, america, conflict, crazy, england,

Premium Member Maybe It Was Eleanor
Ever wonder where big ideas come from?

Memories of FDR
from newsreel clips -
a lion-headed striking man
with rakish grin,
jaw jutting proudly, 
signature cigarette holder
clenched in his teeth

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: war, feelings, history, international, philosophy,

Premium Member Resistance On The Iberian Peninsula
Resistance On The Iberian Peninsula

“Liberté, égalité, fraternité (Liberty, Equality, Fraternity),” 
Scream French revolutionists as they guillotine monarchists heads,
Then crown Napoleon Bonaparte Emperor of France,
Who commands...

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Categories: war, education, freedom, history, irony,

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Categories: war, england, french, sea, spanish,

Premium Member The Ballad of Edward Kenway

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Categories: adventure, courage, leadership, war,

Premium Member El Puente Nuevo, Ronda, Spain 1936
Look how they fall like angels to the earth!
But no soft landing down amongst those rocks.
Those devils on the bridge with gleeful mirth
Terrorised the townsfolk...

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Categories: war, conflict, death, history, horror,

Premium Member Displaced in Kathmandu
Our dinner, boiled to death root vegetables, we swallow in silence as night closes-in on the school. The co-opted Buddhist monastery housing us empties its...

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Categories: anxiety, fear, war,

The War of Jenkins' Ear
(absurdly enough, a true story)

Four centuries ago this year
(believe me, for I’ve checked!)
Britain and Spain jointly adhered
to the Treaty of Utrecht.

They’d been at war so...

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Categories: war, history,

Spanish American War II
I am American sir, just as much as you,

where did all your people come from?

I hold these vows, just as close, I say that much...

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Categories: war, birth,

Trip Doors
Strange days, waiting for the sun.
Touch me -- the changeling, wild child.
Land ho, Indian Summer, five to one.
Spanish caravan, Peace frog reviled.

Touch me -- the...

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© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: war, america, love, music, native

Henry Morgan the Privateer
Henry Morgan was an admiral of the Royal Navy
In his time, commissioned, but most found him crazy
Such that the Spanish called him a pirate rebellious

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Categories: war, betrayal, character, conflict, courage,

Premium Member Brave Conquerors Of Weakened Tribes
Brave Conquerors Of Weakened Tribes

They could never in any great haste
their false glory dare to forsake.
Why abandon that gleam in their eyes
for truth in those...

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Categories: war, conflict, corruption, death, evil,