Patriotic Writing Poems

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


Mind Blown by TS Lewis
So, I ran out of sleep medication
a few weeks ago
 and it feels as if 
I have my creativity back. 
Team no sleep. 

My pen...

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Categories: military, patriotic, writing,

Now is the time of youth in poetry by Somdev Chattopadhyay
I saw you in your poetry ... 
A bunch of orchid baths
in solitary forests
In your writing ... 
The odd scent of water drops 
in the...

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Categories: writing, beauty, earth, emotions, fantasy,



Rebel Inside Me by Ryan Vandenbosch
They do not see
The rebel tucked deep inside me
Oh yes
A rebel
They may soon see
Conveniently hidden away
Behind a subtly charmed smile
A charismatic voice of an angel
And...

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Categories: writing, passion, patriotic, power, pride,

Rain Man by Mike Conway
we got a lot of rain man's wearin ray bands tryin to shake hands
with baked fans it a staged plan to get carly rea pants...

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Categories: writing, adventure, america, analogy, bible,

Ding Dong The Wicked Witch is Dead by Dan Keir
Globally, miners jubilantly jump for joy
Smiles on the faces of every girl and boy
The grins of a newly opened Xmas toy
Thatcher’s dead.

Trade unionists bounce along...

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Categories: writing, adventure, angel, beautiful, business,

Le Vacance Pretentieuse: Going Home by Dan Keir
What is it to see the soil of home again?
A welcome, snow-struck and a return
To cold; sharp white contrasts sunburn.
We converse in broken tongues to...

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Categories: writing, adventure, courage, devotion, dream,

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
Doth if not thrill thee, Poet,
Dead and dust though thy art, 
To feel how I press thy singing 
Close to my heart? 

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Categories: history, on writing and