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Warship Poems | Examples of Warship Poetry

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List of Warship Poems

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Premium Member Poem Six-Word Couplet Series Encore CayCay Jennings Couplet warship, funny, humorous, senses, silly,
Worship vs Warship Arum Dusu Quatrain warship, christian, jesus,
Premium Member Poem An Incomplete Love Story David Bose Blank verse warship, absence, engagement, love,
Premium Member Poem Lest we forget Jannie Breedt Quatrain warship, assonance, boat, confusion, irony,
Infamy Michael Coy Quatrain warship, history,
Fragments Of War john chizoba vincent Ballad warship, analogy, betrayal,
Premium Member Poem Bustling River David Bose Verse warship, river,
How To Mourn Nigeria john chizoba vincent Narrative warship, africa, art,
Premium Member Poem Into A Dark Raging Storm, Tempest And Hail Robert Lindley Narrative warship, conflict, history, prayer, sea,
metaphysical Jaey Peele Acrostic warship, earth, future, magic, mythology,

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The Mermaid's Rescue
by Robert Lindley
The Mermaid's Rescue

A lost and lone survivor of a sunken warship
 back into conciousness the sailor finally did slip
All alone in the vast, vast empty...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, angel, blessing, love, sea,

False Led
by A.E. Rivenbark
Wide eyes beguiled by pursed lips and strings
Temptation crouches low as a tiger
Hunting coy glances and diamond rings
Tiger now an ox who plots beside her

Promises...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, emotions, love hurts,

pip pip hurray
by Amra Cau
Sending the tending to an unfriended ending,
 yet somehow suspending from rending a newly offending recommending.
Logotype monotype linotype,
overripe stereotype,
 teletyped an unripe heliotype. 
Guttersnipe snipe,
...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship,

PALERMO, SICILY, 1943
by Nola Perez
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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, family,

JOURNEY TO BATTLE
by nderitu king'ori
JOURNEY TO BATTLE		
We fight to win
Not to die
Why then
Is there victory in death?
Choices in battlefield
Come only duo;
Either every thing is check
Or everybody turns wreck.
This ‘the...

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ABC | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, journey,

The revolutionist
by Matt Ancient
We need a change
Everybody needs a change
Authority means extra responsibility
Not selfishness and greediness



Ignorant and corrupt leadership
Like a band of evil soldiers in a warship
They kill,...

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Classicism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, political,

Lady
by ali hammoud
Lady

Eyes green and blue,
Hair curled and groomed.
The whitest skin you can see,
The finest brush strokes, 
An artist captured her soul.
To see is to behold,
To love...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, love, romantic, wife,

ISLAM
by Hammam Hamad

               Why Islam is the final religion?
    ...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, faith, happiness, religion,

DESIRE
by Benedict Riman Eze
 DESIRE 

Thou I worship and love
Thou Icon of most beautiful 
My sit can not hold my love
When my eye behold your presence 
My heart...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, love, me, pain, desire,

Red White and Blue
by Caribbean SeaWolf
" Red White & Blue "

Let's sail now boys for our flag~
Into gales down great waves~
Come now lads don't ye lag~
Who fights now our shore...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, adventure, red,

UP TOO CLOSE
by Sidney Beck
UP   TOO  CLOSE


When I was three I was taken   
To a shipyard for the launch, 
The graceful wetting of a...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, me,

7th Rule
by Jesse King
Seven religions Rule the world...
Praying since a little boy or girl 
Praying up to 5 times a day,
 to keep science's away.
All ask for the...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, epic

A Happy Place
by David Welch
I.	Creation

Before the troubles of the world infect the soul
The magic of imagination creates a womb
Devoid of torment, pain, and stress. Rainforests, 
Jungles, beaches, other worlds...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, childhood, introspection, life, mystery,

Hong Kong Harbor View
by James Rudd
Moving white neon lines,
Trace I.M. Pei’s Bank of China.
Elegant understated rhythm,
Precise and perfect.
Flowing lighted flags of cargo ships,
Behemoths of the world.
Bare bulb strings of pale...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, places

NEVER FORGET
by MAF Longfellow
"Never Forget"

A brutal blow
From a foe.
Awoke a gentle giant.

With hatred fused.
Our planes were used
Like daggers while they chanted.

Hundreds of lives
They stole that day.
Of every religion...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, death, dedication, history, loss

Battle Lines
by Robert Niswander
Battle lines are drawn with no word uttered to act,
just a couple of simple emotions pain and loss fuel  this fact.
Bloodshed on the people...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, angst, death, family, fantasy,

Anchors Away
by tom bell
Not the warship
Primed for battle,
Not the chained
weight to secure
a ship,
But the anchor
on the evening news,
Ever notice how often
they lose?
Changed near monthly,
sometimes it seems,
An end to...

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Burlesque | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: warship, confusion, funny, political,