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Poem / War and Military

September 04, 2017

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Comments: 11

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A plea for sense to prevail. Read More

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This poem is based on a mythical engagement at Gettysburg between two Irish Brigades when the Father is fighting for the Confederate States, and the son for the Union, in the America Civil War. It has been inspired by many true stories, thought this particular engagement never happened. Read More

Poem / War and Military

August 18, 2017

Reads: 22

Comments: 1

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Violence and wars continuance and the world it creates. Read More

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Comments: 1

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A short poem about a man scarred by the Vietnam war. Read More

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I wrote "Fighting A War" a few days ago because I am personally fighting a war inside of me which is my health and the struggle i am faced with and I basically wrote this to remind myself that I'm not going to give up or give into my health… Read More

Reads: 39

Comments: 2

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I didn't base this poem on any specific battle, and nor did I have any inspiration to write it. It just happened. I hope you enjoy. Read More

Reads: 35

Comments: 1

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for all who has served Read More

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for my father even though we fight a lot I still love you and appreciate u serving our country Read More

Poem / War and Military

July 20, 2017

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Just how I feel. Read More

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Comments: 2

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A tribute to one of my favourite historical heroes. Boudicca, Queen of the iceni. Read More

Poem / War and Military

July 13, 2017

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A poem about life as a padbrat during conflict. Read More

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Comments: 3

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A little rhyming story about the battle of Stamford Bridge and the battle of Hastings. Read More

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Comments: 2

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This poem was inspired by a visit to a Shot at Dawn memorial - a visit I made with a good friend, and would not have made without him. Thank you, Jason :) This poem was written to try and convey the finality, and the horror of the mass killings… Read More

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I am aware this poem is not my greatest, but neither was is supposed to be. I wrote this years ago - so long, in fact, I can't remember it, but I stumbled across it today and thought the message was still something I believe in, so here it is.… Read More

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A poem that I wrote on the eleventh of November in 2016, to remember those who died in combat during world war I. Read More

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In honor of the Native American naming tradition, let's imagine what name Chief Sitting Bull would have given General Custer Read More

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Comments: 2

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I felt inspired to write about the former greatness of Britain, and this happened. I wrote this poem on 17/03/2016 - so exactly a year and 3 months ago on the day that I am publishing it here. I had to edit it a bit as it didn't read well,… Read More

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Written in letters, Still not all of it.. Read More