Poems About: HERO
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
Do you know any Hero's? I do, I know a few.
One is from way back when, the rest are here and now.
One stands out from all the others, and no it's not my brother.
Hero's put their lives on the line to save people they may never know. read more »Dixie Tanson
206.Called Them Heros...
Many have been wounded on the
battlefield of life. Wounded, in
their homes, streets and back
alleys of social interaction. read more »(brief renderings) Joe Fazio
207.When your hero falls
when your hero falls from grace, all fairytales are uncovered myths exposed. pain magnified and the greatest pain discovered.
you taught me to be strong, but im so confused to see you so weak.
you said, never to give up and it hurts to see you welcome defeat. read more »Mariah Smith
208.Hero's Live On Forever
There comes a time.
When you think all hope is gone.
Steps up a stranger,
And leads you through the dark. read more »Remy Cruz
209.PEGASUS and BELLEROPHONTE
His Creator was Sea God Poseidon
This winged-horse Pegasus demigod
Spiral horn on forehead his talisman
The Gods of Mt Olympus were awed read more »Ray Lucero
The Cowboy had a sterling heart,
The Maiden was from Boston,
The Rancher saw his wealth depart—
The Steers were what he lost on. read more »Ellis Parker Butler
The only one who can make me smile.
The only one who can get me out of this mess.
I know you can save me.
You're my hero. read more »tina anderson
212.My Knight and My Hero
I know he isn’t handsome man but he’s like a knight
I know he don’t use armour or brave horse but he’s like the big hero
He have given his hand to me and teach me to help each other
He have given his wisdom sword to battles problems in my life read more »Deasy Anggraeni
When we were children
we all knew what we wanted to be.
We wanted to follow
in the footstep of our favourite hero. read more »David Harris
214.Recognize The Day
Recognize The Day
Do you have to die in a foreign land
To be a hero today? read more »James Casey
215.A Little Girl
A lil girl screams out in the night,
her hero comes a running, read more »Lydia Kindle
216.The Hero Entering The Beast's Lair
Standing outside the door,
the hero hears the sound of a monstrous creature taking massive breaths.
in white robes, read more »Jon McIntosh