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Poems About: AMERICA

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  • 289.
    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
  • 290.
    The Day

    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
  • 291.

    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
  • 292.
    Barack Obama!

    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
  • 293.

    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
  • 294.
    american idiot

    don't wanna be an american
    don't wanna nation under the brains of india
    And can you hear the sound of hysteria?
    tat is wat it meant to be america read more »

    ram ram
  • 295.
    American Poetry

    (Written in her fifteenth year.)
    Must every shore ring boldly to the voice
    Of sweet poetic harmony, save this? read more »

    Lucretia Maria Davidson
  • 296.
    Gone are the Hard Men

    Gone are the hard men,
    no longer scouting trails across the west,
    nor leading wagon trains to Oregon,
    nor trapping the beaver in far valleys, read more »

    Daniel Fox
  • 297.

    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
  • 298.
    American Spy

    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
  • 299.
    Unity America

    God said let there be light; and there was
    light. Let there be life and there was life.
    Let peace abide;
    Let us join hands together with faith, hope read more »

    Cassandra Mitchum
  • 300.
    America The Powerful

    America the powerful, defender of the meek,
    around the globe you fight the crime, democracy you seek.
    You did not shy away at all, from roasting all those Nips,
    and stand there, proud, so white and tall, with brave words on your lips. read more »

    Herbert Nehrlich
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