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World War Ii Poems

World War Ii Poems. Below are examples of poems about world war ii. This list of world war ii poems is composed of the works of modern international poet members of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of world war ii poetry. This list of works about world war ii is an excellent resource for examples on how to write world war ii poems.

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List of World War Ii Poems

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Premium Member Poem Where is Compassion sidney dugan Rhyme world war ii, angst, anxiety, conflict, death,
LETTERS LOST AT WAR 4 Marc Pallanes I do not know? world war ii, death, military, mother, mother
LETTERS LOST AT WAR 3 Marc Pallanes I do not know? world war ii, boy, father son, military,
LETTERS LOST AT WAR 2 Marc Pallanes I do not know? world war ii, mother son, soldier, son,
LETTERS LOST AT WAR 1 Marc Pallanes I do not know? world war ii, mom, mother son, patriotic,
Premium Member Poem The Home of Squanto and Tonto Gershon Wolf Limerick world war ii, history, home, world war
Anne Frank: Immolation of a young soul Shonima Burman Rhyme world war ii, death, discrimination, dream, girl,
Dunkirk Damian Keady Free verse world war ii,
Premium Member Poem Courage and Resilience Caren Krutsinger Free verse world war ii, veterans day, world war
Lest We Forget Pixie Dust Rhyme world war ii,

The Trench
by John Steward
We've dug down deep.
We've dug our trench.
This smell of death
We wish to quench.
The mortars fall on muddy field.
The bodies mount in no mans land.
The enemies...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, death, remembrance day, war,

And then they died
by Dave Timperley
And then they died

The trenches filled with blood and mud,
Fear filled eyes and prayer tipped lips,
Each man shoulder to shoulder with his brother.

Wondering how this...

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Villanelle | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, remembrance day, war, world

In loveing memory
by Shawn Jones
I thought of you with love today but that's nothing new. thought of you yesterday and the day before that to. and I often speak...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, allusion, america, angel, anger,

Fields of red of Poppy leaf
by John Steward
Fields of red, of poppy leaf
The fields where  so many brave came to grief
Brave men indeed who refused to kneel
To give freedom to others,...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, remembrance day, war, world

Proudly Displayed
by Paul Warren
An old soldier was sitting on a park bench
When I happened to stop and rest awhile
He said I’m getting weary of these days
As I see...

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Ballad | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, remembrance day, war, world

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Veterans Day
by Sandra Weiss
This day is to remember our men in uniform that gave,
The ultimate sacrifice, their lives, for those they could save.

Men from everywhere, brought together for...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, america, conflict, military, pride,

Changed
by Dave Timperley
Changed.

We see our loved ones go off to fight,
Pray they stay safe both day and night.

He marched away to go to war,
Leaving behind, his wife...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, remembrance day, war, world

Fallen
by Dave Timperley
In two weeks time we will all remember,
About that awesome 11th of November.
When the guns fell silent in foreign lands,
When blood soaked away in desert...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, appreciation, remembrance day, world

The Greatest Generation
by M.P. Shaudd
Twenty one guns fired in unison on the days
We laid them in the ground
And to have them each call me their grandson
I was lucky and...

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Lyric | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, appreciation, family, grandparents, life,

Ash and Blood
by David Cardamone
First they bombarded the shore; but that was not enough.
Clever Kuribayashi knew how to fight.
Those storming the island did not expect a battle so rough.
Now...

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Chant Royal | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: humanity, world war ii,

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Grandads leather belt
by Tom Cunningham
My Grandad wore his leather belt with pride 
Lions head buckle he polished till it shone
Always said I could have it when he died
His death...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, beach, death, grandfather, world

The Holocaust
by W.A. CHOLT
Lest we forget 
The face of evil 
And deny the truth 
Of history
Remember the victims 
Who suffered and died;
Tormented, persecuted, 
Dispossessed, taken captive, 
Herded like...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: holocaust, world war ii,

Swing Heil
by Keys Giri
The flit of peach chiffon skirts, 
 And seas of swirling dancers  
romped, jived, swayed and turned 
Their movements in perfect harmony 
To a...

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Ballad | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, courage, music, world war

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IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY : XLII and XLIII
by T Wignesan
IF ever I had a country in this galaxy : XLII - XLIII

			XLII

IF ever I had a country in this galaxy
And if ever by no...

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Dramatic Monologue | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, america, anti bullying, environment,

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Stranger Than Fiction PART 4
by Tom Cunningham
I  continued down the driveway and then came to a stop, damn, I thought I’ve come down the wrong driveway it must be further...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, death, religious, world war

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Stranger Than Fiction PART 3
by Tom Cunningham
Again Brother Paul said that “I didn’t owe them anything, but to do someone a good turn one day.”I shook his hand and thanked him...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, death, religious, world war

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Stranger Than Fiction PART 2
by Tom Cunningham
I told him who I was and explained my predicament and asked would it be possible to use their phone to get help, he said”...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, death, religious, world war

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Stranger Than Fiction PART 1
by Tom Cunningham
My name is Tom Cunningham, I’m retired now but thirty six years ago I had a very strange experience that I have never mentioned to...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, religious, scary, world war

The Two Major Opposite Things in Life
by Anna de Leon
 War
Repulsive, Gruesome
Screaming, Crying, Fighting
Something that haunts your dreams; The one thing that makes you smile
Laughing, Smiling, Sharing
Beautiful, Phenomenal 
Peace 
...

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Diamante | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, horror, i love you,

Berlin is where it ends
by T.I.R.O. JY
Berlin was the last time we saw each other's eyes
Berlin was different then

Berlin was the last time I saw her beautiful smile
Berlin was once my...

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Dramatic Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: world war ii, absence, city, for her,