Poems About: AMERICA
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Being born Ignorant; in America
it feels strange to know nothing.
And of this your secret most will lie
never to be so sure, safety. read more »Is It Poetry
290.AmericaCleveland W. Gibson
America is red, white, and blue,
the colors that stand so brave, and true.
Men in battle facing death,
Men in the world provoking crime, and theft. read more »Velmar Pewee Hale Johnson
The best country in the world.
With great power and support.
For all people of the earth
America is the best. read more »Margarita Borzakiwska
293.America- my prejudices and truths
I guess it's always been a truth to me
That America has a failure destiny
Beyond that idea I could not see
But for these thoughts we'll pay a fee read more »Agnes Török
AS I sit and think about that day.
That sad day in September of 2001.
That is the day when the world stopped.
That is the day Amarica changed. read more »selina smith
295.Once There, Now Gone
People crying, others dieing.
A hectic mess, already with press.
America's rejected, terrorist detected.
War at hand, we had no plan. read more »Courtney Violette
Victory is ours,
Dark hair, Brown Skinned six one and a half feet tall,
The 44th President of America stood before us all,
With the words of hope and aspiration read more »Nathan Gwira
297.A HEARTY CONGRATULATION OF PRES. BARACK OBAMA
a One Hundred Days, a beginning of dream come true, a
start that waits the flourishing wish to reach, the jubilation
remembered at the soil of American people's victory of
this 21st century, in the continent of the East read more »Antonio Liao
298.America Lives (Written at age 14)
For you and for me,
With all she can give,
On land and on sea. read more »Sandra Osborne
America is not looking after herself,
she is using Americans to look out
for someone else. She has lost her dignity,
her strength, her honor, her respect. read more »Alex Blea
A long long time ago
I can still remember how
the Russians and Chinese teams used to make me cry
and I knew if we had a chance read more »Jim Creston