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Warded Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
I Want Us Keshan Govender I do not know? I do not know? warded, care, change, deep, emotions,
Premium Member Poem Unto Us A Porn Star and More James Horn Limerick Limerick warded, allegory, analogy,
O Serene Night, O Distressed Heart Andrew Crisci Verse Verse warded, fear, hope, lonely, night,
Opie Don't Do Crack Freddie Robinson Jr. Rhyme Rhyme warded, addiction, death, drug, identity,
RIP And The Fraility Of Life KENG CHUAN SENG Free verse Free verse warded, bereavement, business, community, confusion,
Cold, cold wind João Camilo I do not know? I do not know? warded, memory, weather, wind, winter,
Adult Warded Shannon Beale I do not know? I do not know? warded, addiction, deep, depression, health,
Premium Member Poem OOMPH HERE 2 Leon Enriquez Haiku Haiku warded, beauty,
Come by the Sword Die by the Sword Mark Goodson Prose Poetry Prose Poetry warded, adventure, hero, history, mythology,
Dust frank halliwell Rhyme Rhyme warded, art, poetry,
Premium Member Poem RUNNING INTERFERENCE Vicki Acquah Prose Poetry Prose Poetry warded, life, love, philosophy, storm,
Nazi Paris Glenn McCrary Sonnet Sonnet warded, life, mystery,
The Apprentice Julie Clemons Free verse Free verse warded, fantasy
The Warder charles hice Free verse Free verse warded, people, sad, science fiction,
In Moses' Footsteps Wilfredo Derequito Narrative Narrative warded, history, places, time, god,

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Warded Poem Example

Come by the Sword Die by the Sword

The Bard of the Norseman
A warrior’s fame and for glory all Norseman live worthy of life
Worthy the Norseman with warring axe to victory and spilt Saxon blood
For spoils of the serpent’s lair lie across the whale’s road
Far from the girls in the houses they love
Seeking a quest these warriors of Oden -always the dream for a bard’s song
Now set sail upon a journey –a glorious adventure- a hunting do they go
Do steer the battered sea-steed adorned by dragon’s head and tail
Endure the breaker of trees from artic northern hail
Skid the waves and endure towards a foreign mystical shore
Below a pallid sky-candle and darkening gray dim light
Nebulous rains doth hinder the rudderman’s  impeded sight
Till at last the first oarsman peers across the misty horizon 
Mystical panorama- calls acclamation unto Oden- makes call of reached land
These feeders of ravens rave honor into Oden
Lord of the gallows hath made the glory of the elves to shine
Down upon warriors the sun makes glisten- their metal horn helmets and shields
Set afoot to feed the eagles-prey on either Christian or druid-with a wounding-hoe
Seeking untold fame and glory and carry back a dragon’s hoard load
To brighten the battle-sweat of those made conquered 
And sing unto Oden- tell their tales- make legends of victors
Believing Valhella's glory to come thus hunting they do go  
Doth all Norseman perform deeds of valor with axe victory and slaughter-dew
So did live the Vikings Danes Anglo Saxons who wore warded blue

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