History Writing Poems

These History Writing poems are examples of Writing poems about History. These are the best examples of Writing History poems written by international poets.


The Builder by Aa Harvey
The Builder


If it does not bite you at the end of each breath,
Then I will start again and again
And I will rewrite it, all over...

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Categories: writing, friend, history, i love

Old 'White' Men, Part I by David Welch
Some students with a tanned skin tone
have decided they should bitch and moan,
over the fact they were made to read
the greatest writers in history.
It wasn’t...

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Categories: writing, culture, education, how i



Premium MemberPoet's Words, Inspired From Picture In A Book by Robert Lindley
Poet's Words, Inspired From Picture In A Book

There in ancient times, a high rocky ridge
surrounded by enchanted forest green.
To cross over to it, a rock...

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Categories: writing, creation, deep, nature, poetry,

Premium MemberSo What I Can't Spell by Marc Acrich
So What I Can't Spell  

So what I can't spell.
Why don't you send me 
straight to that burning hell?
See if I care any less;
sometimes...

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Categories: history, writing,

Premium Memberhistory vs heresy by John lawless
history vs heresy

historically limericks are bawdy
some are even quite naughty
a titular lass
a word playing ass
touching the edges of tawdry

John G. Lawless
©12/24/2017
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Categories: confusion, history, writing,

The League of Epic Poets by David Welch
Yesterday I walked down the stairs
and found myself going within
the clubhouse of a league of folk,
who strive daily for excellence.
Our membership is rather rarefied
and reserved...

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Categories: writing, crazy, culture, humorous, satire,

Premium MemberDARK CASTLE by Judy Emery
DARK CASTLE

In the dark castle is lots of pains
that brings on the rain 
because Dark Angel is insane
because of his evil ways
when he talks to...

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Categories: writing, abuse, angel, betrayal, dream,

Premium MemberTHINKING OF YOU by Judy Emery
THINKING OF YOU

Birds flying around 
next to my bedroom window
it is dead of winter 
No excuse for the mess I'm in
usually things aren't this away
But,...

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Categories: writing, cry, death, loneliness, longing,

Premium MemberTRUE DARKNESS by Judy Emery
TRUE DARKNESS

My voice cries out to you
while I am crying over the things you do
Love me just a  little
love me for all your life
I...

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Categories: writing, abuse, angel, betrayal, conflict,

Premium MemberHistory will not forget Photo 2 by Heidi Sands

Alone he sits, with pen in hand
Trying hard to learn to write
With everything he understands
Holding concentration with might

Words flowing on this day
Will lead into the...

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Categories: change, inspirational, writing,

I Can't Play by DM Babbit
I can't play with you today,
 too many thoughts slipping in out my head
and the paper and pen are calling for written display;
 a word,...

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Categories: games, words, writing,

Premium MemberArianhod's Descent, Part I by Brahn Bailey
History of the Elder days, up to the Battle of Rose Dawn
In the Elder Days, when the world was young
Gernot and the Fallen ones attacked...

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Categories: adventure, poems, writing,

Premium MemberWHO AM I by Judy Emery
Who Am I

I'm the air you breathe 
the love you seek
I am the the universe
I am the Mighty King
who's name millions seek
but some shame and...

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Categories: writing, bible, history, jesus, love,

Premium MemberSING TO ME by Judy Emery
SING TO ME

I can hear you singing to me 
I might stem the love of your fate
I can see you are dancing my way 
but...

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Categories: writing, adventure, dream, faith, fantasy,

Premium MemberETYMOLOGY OF ME by Judy Emery
ETYMOLOGY OF ME

If I could preposterous the time 
I would do all I could
But I am no foreteller 
I can NOT tell you what the...

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Categories: life, voice, writing,

HISTORY WORTH WRITING by reagan musore
Gone are the days,
However unforgettable days
Of great loss of humanity,
Where people were preys to others,
Killed massively,
Yet innocent enough not to deserve even a pinch,
Eliminating one...

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Categories: writing, death, forgiveness, freedom, remember,

Kymber Loreleiada - part 1 by Philip Scheidel
This is to my daughter, who has yet to be conceived.
I will love you as I have never loved another.
I make this promise now, from...

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Categories: writing,

Premium MemberRhyme Juggernaut by Nick Trim
It's a creative art form when one writes a poem
But it is not creative to stick to the same theme that's been going
Since the occasion...

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Categories: writing, appreciation, change, cool, creation,

Premium MemberLook In My Eyes by Judy Emery
Look In My Eyes
My Dark Angel,
Look at what you have done 
O why have you made me bled 
O look what you have done to...

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Categories: writing, angel, betrayal, dream, longing,

Premium MemberThe Ambiguous Apprentice by Gerald Dillenbeck
When does ambiguously free verse
also become emphatically political verse?

I was emphatically reading pieces
ambiguously written 
about my sons,
to my oldest son's girlfriend.

The longer I read
the more...

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Categories: writing, art, humor, joy, poetry,