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Poems About: AMERICA

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  • 301.
    America Lives (Written at age 14)

    America lives,
    For you and for me,
    With all she can give,
    On land and on sea. read more »

    Sandra Osborne
  • 302.
    On Ginsberg's America,5th Part

    Oh, God-sick America, bless your heart,
    You sincere sweet ragged old mistress,
    Of paradoxes, duplicity, soaring birth rates,
    And the need to legally tranquilize, read more »

    Whitney Jones Olson
  • 303.
    On Ginsberg's America,6th Part

    Shelter me free in my aberrations, America.
    Let me consume in the fleshes of your brilliant tortured boys;
    Let me revel in the pirouettes of your naïve moonlit girls;
    Indulge me these, America. read more »

    Whitney Jones Olson
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    Cleveland W. Gibson
  • 305.
    I'll Be Taking America

    I'll be taking America from the inside
    And giving her of my complete love
    Where clouds from the high sky glide
    And drift with my heart songs above read more »

    Peter S. Quinn
  • 306.

    America is my favorite land.
    It’s the best place to be:
    From East to West, from North to South,
    From sea to shining sea. read more »

    Philip Doolittle
  • 307.
    The Drive Through

    My father drives on, the rising sun
    Just forward of his blind spot,
    Pale faced and downward beaming
    ear to ear into the flats of salt, then arches. read more »

    Braden Coucher
  • 308.
    Hardly I count my faded previous births

    Once in Alaska I caught fish and lived in my Igloo
    Unfortunately not married till I die.
    When Christopher Columbus found America
    I was a Turtle in the Pacific Ocean. read more »

    nimal dunuhinga
  • 309.
    Triumphant Obama turns to sobering challenges

    every human triumphant fight creates a feeling of uncertainty
    of the future, thats the wonder of the mystery of human
    experience, that no man has seen, the meaning of the
    future, a wisdom that God had works wonder in every event read more »

    Antonio Liao
  • 310.
    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
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