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Reverend Riddell has committed to helping the people of his community anyway he can Read More

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"Rich in description full of great well fleshed out characters so well written, polished and professional. Littered with inventive lines and v..." Read More

A song lyric for a potential bluegrass or folk song about the infamous Andersonville prison Read More

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A third poem through the eyes of a young girl disguised as a male soldier in the american civil war. Read More

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Another poem through the eyes of another girl (maybe same one?) disguising herself as a male soldier. Read More

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Civil War Poem, through the eyes of a young girl disguised as a male soldier (1860's) Read More

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June 25, 2020

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Haiku, a 5-7-5 syllable, three lines poem. It is a popular type of lyric poetry that was originated in Japan. I'll try to keep updating the poems constantly. But can you try to explain each poem? Enjoy reading! Read More
May the duel begin. Read More

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A child spy for George Washington in the Revolutionary War. Read More

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I was studying The Oresteia for class and while writing an essay on justice and misogyny in The Oresteia I got really angry about Iphigenia. Apparently I was still thinking about it as I tried to go to sleep because this was born Read More

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It's about the transition of Calcutta from the Colonial days to the 21st millennium Read More

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The poem is a lyrical history of the Kingdom of Asanti. It is being studied by the royal historians for any factual inconsistencies. Read More

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I wanted to express my thoughts about this historial event that everybody in the world should know, reading the suffering for those humans like me, i just felt it as it was one of my relatives or even me, the uncertainty in the road was long and it seems like… Read More

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A poem decribing Mother Africa and the children she has in her. Read More

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Shortly after Clermont the crusade begins. Read More

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The luddites and the rise of industry. Read More

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Set in my favorite time in history. Read More

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The last battles of the crusades by the remaining Knight orders. Read More

Poem / Historical Fiction

January 27, 2018

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Australia wasn't always just kangaroos and funny accents. Their history is actually much darker then they'd like to admit. And many who had to endure it, are still alive today. Read More

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A light hearted poem extoling the heroic deeds of Robin Hood. Read More

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A tribute to the fighting spirit of the scots. Read More

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"A magnificent tribute to those mighty and proud tribes! The descriptions in that first stanza paint a crystal clear picture; the savage battles..." Read More

Adekoya Adetunji a gifted creative writer Read More

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ADEKOYA Adetunji a writer and a poet Read More

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This poem was written for my war poetry anthology, on the Second Boer War. Read More

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This poem was written for my war poetry anthology. I wrote my anthology on the Second Boer War. The poem is a disillusionment about a soldier in charge of guarding the concentration camp. Read More

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A poem about a samurai. Read More

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Robert Browning's 19th century poem "My Last Duchess", told from another point of view Read More

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A sweet little springtime dream about a fictional encounter with a much adored guiding spirit Read More
A fisherman laments over his love lost. --- This poem's central character is a Selkie, (spelling may vary), a mythological creature found in Scottish and Irish folklore. Selkies are said to live as seals in the sea but shed their skin to become human on land. If a man steals… Read More

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Back in The Day, there was no internet, no E-Bay, there was the TINKER, and this is a poem about one. Read More

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A poetic snapshot of the last of a man's life. Read More

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Just a flash-back to an earlier time, some of which still lives. Read More