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Warmongering Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Uneasy Mantra Of Brinkmanship matthew harris Political Verse Political Verse warmongering, 12th grade, blue, crush,
Premium Member Poem Sticks and Stones Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse warmongering, anti bullying, caregiving, health,
In Egypt or Troy Fatima Ammar Free verse Free verse warmongering, conflict, courage, history, nature,
Latent energy within fauxcroft wade Free verse Free verse warmongering, care, death, love, spiritual,
Xenophobic Ignorance Robin Silver Rhyme Rhyme warmongering, discrimination, immigration, innocence, money,
Premium Member Poem Rainbow Coloured Camouflage Kai Michael Neumann Narrative Narrative warmongering, bridal shower, wedding,
She finally lets down her guard Gary Onderisin Prose Poetry Prose Poetry warmongering, image, peace,
Premium Member Poem One Against Many Dr.Ram Mehta Rubaiyat Rubaiyat warmongering, history,
The Price Of War Albert Ahearn Verse Verse warmongering, death, war,
Premium Member Poem Hell's Bell James Fraser Tanka Tanka warmongering, war

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Warmongering Poem Example

The Price Of War

Their mangled and broken bodies return home in flag draped caskets. Dulce et decorum est pro patria mori while a band plays patriotic hymns for their services rendered and a choir to give them a voice. If I may be so bold to say that I see no sweetness in death nor the acclaimed gloriousness that lyrical poets have penned. what I see is sugarcoated rationale for warmongering dolts. I see no glory in that. Mortem est pretium bellum.

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