In this page, poems on / about “hero” are listed.

  • 349.
    First Person

    Scattering words
    I pick them up one by one
    Put it into my magic box
    Pour a barrel of paint read more »

  • 350.
    The Battle of Tel-el-Kebir

    Ye sons of Great Britain, come join with me,
    And sing in praise of Sir Garnet Wolseley;
    Sound drums and trumpets cheerfully,
    For he has acted most heroically. read more »

  • 351.
    The Flower Of The Ruins

    Take thy lute and sing
    By the ruined castle walls,
    Where the torrent-foam falls, read more »

  • 352.

    The evening advances, then withdraws again
    Leaving our cups and books like islands on the floor.
    We are drifting, you and I,
    As far from another as the young heroes read more »

  • 353.

    These things alone endure;
    'They are the solid facts,' that we may grasp,
    Leading us on and upward if we clasp
    And hold them firm and sure. read more »

  • 354.
    Beowulf (Episode 20)

    HROTHGAR spake, helmet-of-Scyldings: --
    "Ask not of pleasure! Pain is renewed
    to Danish folk. Dead is Aeschere,
    of Yrmenlaf the elder brother, read more »

  • 355.

    When you think about our lives -
    Screaming kids and nagging wives:
    'Can't smoke here - no! not there -
    Your bloody fags, they drive me spare! read more »

  • 356.
    It Might Have Been

    We will be what we could be. Do not say,
    'It might have been, had not this, or that, or this.'
    No fate can keep us from the chosen way; read more »

  • 357.
    Sonnet LXXXVIII: Hero's Lamp.

    That lamp thou fill'st in Eros' name to-night,
    O Hero, shall the Sestian augurs take
    To-morrow, and for drowned Leander's sake read more »

  • 358.
    ***Old Man So Young

    Old man so young
    Old tricks, new belt, old bag o’ nails
    New shoes, same feet, now going flat
    To me, a young man, so full of heart read more »

  • 359.
    Fingal - Book V


    Cuthullin and Connal still remain on the hill. Fingal and Swaran meet: the combat is described. Swaran is overcome, bound, and delivered over as a prisoner to the care of Ossian, and Gaul, the son of Morni; Fingal, his younger sons and Oscar still pursue the enemy. The episode of Orla, a chief of Lochlin, who was mortally wounded in the battle, is introduced. Fingal, touched with the death of Orla, orders the pursuit to be discontinued; and calling his sons together, he is informed that Ryno, the youngest of them, was slain. He laments his death, hears the story of Lamderg and Gelchossa, and returns towards the place where he had left Swaran. Carril, who had been sent by Cuthullin to congratulate Fingal on his victory, comes in the mean time to Ossian. The conversation of the two poets closes the action of the fourth day. read more »

  • 360.

    Ruby wine is drunk by knaves,
    Sugar spends to fatten slaves,
    Rose and vine-leaf deck buffoons; read more »

New Hero Poems

  1. The Poem Hunter, Kenneth Maswabi
  2. Remember The Fallen, lee fones
  3. A lament for true heroes, Melikhaya Zagagana
  4. There are heroes, Harold R Hunt Sr
  5. Dear Soldior Hero, Harold R Hunt Sr
  6. Heroic Failures, Mark R. Elias
  7. A HERO, Martin Kathavi
  8. My Hero, Heather Burns
  9. Hero's Dependency, Kyle Tadda
  10. Hero, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  11. A Heroic Love, Naveed Akram
  12. I Know of a Hero, David Rose
  13. 10 Chai Jin Haiku, Vega Destiny Star
  14. Yesterday's Hero, Charles Hancock
  15. Heroes, Devorah Gerber
  16. My Heroes, Jim Yerman
  17. A Hero Is The Hardest Nut!, Yogi Sally Ann Slight
  18. The Forgotten Heroes, Nicole GravellPellerino
  19. A Hero, Nicole GravellPellerino
  20. I yearned, Amina hareed
  21. Prophecy For Story Percy Jackson And The.., Ryan Brodesser
  22. My Hero, Snerdle Nerdbergle
  23. My Hero, LilkittenZ Sociopath
  24. Heroes, Jim Yerman
  25. My Hero Is Gone, Ezekiel Igbodo
  26. Miss You!, Victoria King
  27. Hero, Lauwo George
  28. Lady Heroes..., MoonBee Canady
  29. My heroes, Nassy Fesharaki
  30. Heroes, Loyd C. Taylor
  31. Love Love, shivayadav yadav
  32. The Super heroes of Rock!, AaI Harvey
  33. Hero, Teresa Chrobak
  34. A Hero For Me, Nur Meiyati
  35. Concubines Of War (Heroes and Villains), Dilantha Gunawardana
  36. The Tear Drops of Hero's 2, Timothy Long
  37. Heroes, Douglas Stewart
  38. Art of Hero, maria sudibyo
  39. My Hero Is My Dad, Jan Kurlapski
  40. MY HERO, Rob Hyden
  41. Heroes! !, Edward Kofi Louis
  42. A Glimpse Into The Past, Heather Burns
  43. Barring Daru, Ladki And Goondaism, There.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  44. A Vixen, Floral Flower
  45. How Long Will The Hero Go Beating The .., Bijay Kant Dubey
  46. The Hero, Bijay Kant Dubey
  47. YCCTWWYOTH, Pierre Rausch
  48. Memorial Day 2012, A Day To Remember (Tr.., Dorian Petersen Potter
  49. Memorial Day, A Day To Remember (Triolet), Dorian Petersen Potter
  50. All The Heroes, Joseph Narusiewicz
  51. A Hero Can Be Anyone, Obrayan Martinez
  52. My Hero's, Kelsey Martinson
  53. Somebody's Hero, Danny The Dreamer Boyd
  54. I Am The Damsel You Are The Hero, Kingsley Olaleye Reuben
  55. The Tear Drops Of Hero's, Timothy Long
  56. Ode To A Hero, bernstien stuart
  57. Not Your Hero, Mark Beijer
  58. My Father, My Hero, Amanda Huddleston
  59. My Hero, Jazz Christopher
  60. The fallen Hero, Antonio Liao
  61. Heroes, Peter Hall
  62. Hero, Teasia Ruffin
  63. MY SUPERHERO, Jahan zaib
  64. Where Is The Passion? Where Is The Fight?, Argentine Tango
  65. My Hero, Luna Black
  66. Knight In Shining Armour, Denis Martindale
  67. When A Hero Comes, Vasto Grom
  68. Chowdhury Moezuddin Biswas, Asif Andalib
  69. I Call Him A Hero, Comfort Ndlovu
  70. On Meeting A Hero, Alastair Buchan
  71. You are my Hero!, Z.I. Mahmud
  72. hero, christy michale
  73. HERO, donald kuutsi
  74. Heroes, C. Albert Andrews
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