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

  • 349.
    Dracula’s son

    Dracula’s son
    They were shooting arrows one by one.
    Because they were warriors
    They were burning village upon villages. read more »

  • 350.
    Those Who Call This A New Country

    Those who call this a new Country they sure have got it wrong
    It was old in the Dreamtime the time of dance and song
    When the Indigenous people had their corroborees
    Up there by the high woodland in the shadow of the trees read more »

  • 351.

    Mt Abrupt, Mt Sturgeon and Piccanniny like sentinels looking lovingly down
    On the woods and on the brown landscape on all sides of old Dunkeld Town
    The gateway to the Geriwerd ranges that has a history of it's own
    Around the Indigenous tribes who once lived here a legend of history has grown, read more »

  • 352.
    The Year 2006

    For World peace and harmony it has been an awful year
    From the Cities of Iraq of death each day we hear
    To invade other Countries is always a mistake
    And gives rise to death and suffering and grieving and heart-break read more »

  • 353.
    The Sound Of Grecian Music

    The sound of Grecian music where the Greek diners eat
    From the Athenian restaurant it floats across the street
    And a beautiful Greek songstress with the music sings along
    One could listen to the music and the singer all night long. read more »

  • 354.
    For Heroes Are Mortals

    In times of pre history many centuries ago
    What century or date none alive seem to know
    Ferdi the top warrior of Maeve Queen of Connacht battled with Fionn Mcool
    A legend we learned of in our days in school read more »

  • 355.
    Travel Haiku - Mongolia sojourn

    the ride through Gobi
    kublai, genghis in
    the corridor of my mind read more »

  • 356.
    Were They That Different To Others

    The greats of human history were mortals though their names live in immortality
    The renowned writers, artists, composers and inventors may have made their own history
    And though their works benefited others and they became famed Worldwide
    Were they that different to others they lived for awhile and they died? read more »

  • 357.
    The Saddest Thing

    Whatever the future holds for us we all have a past history
    And the saddest thing for some ageing migrants is the old friends they will never more see
    The old friends back in the home Country some of them with the departed lay
    The years have left them looking older they have known a far better day, read more »

  • 358.
    with all the usual sighs

    History will not avert
    her eyes, with all the usual sighs,
    from memories that always hurt
    and will not less us narcotize, read more »

  • 359.
    From The Summit Of Mt Rouse

    From the Summit of Mt Rouse one can see far and wide
    Through the Southern Grampians that brown Countryside
    That stretch to the Grampians beyong Dunkeld and for miles around
    The scenery breathtaking from the high ground, read more »

  • 360.
    Peter Lalor

    Australian mine workers his name still revere
    That Irishman from Laois who knew no fear
    Who spoke up against those who used miners as 'door mat'
    And led their victory fight at Ballarat. read more »

New History Poems

  1. Surroundings-42, Indira Renganathan
  2. A History Of The Future, Darlene Walsh
  3. Creating History, Md. Ziaul Haque
  4. The history of earth I could not know it, Bijay Kant Dubey
  5. Images, Phil Soar
  6. Reinvest history, hasmukh amathalal
  7. My Path to Self-Discovery, Deborah Eker
  8. the rest is history(military rule in nig.., ademola oluwabusayo
  9. Trinty's Traverse, Eswar Anandan
  10. Histories, Their Stories, Rites Ghosh
  11. Progress of History, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  12. History, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  13. Our History, Sandra Feldman
  14. Do Not Call Me A Poet, Bijay Kant Dubey
  15. Seized the Moments, Md. Ziaul Haque
  16. A Warning from History, David Clinch
  17. Things that change, Emmanuel George Cefai
  18. Vintage Postal Stamp, Doris Beaulieu
  19. History and geography, MOHAMMAD SKATI
  20. Time In History, George Egba
  21. History, Suzy Kassem
  22. STOMP 10 WORD, Beryl Dov
  23. Simple Observation #175 - History is the.., George Krokos
  24. History, Aparna Chatterjee
  25. COPLA 77 INVOCATION: This Bad Guy World, T (no first name) Wignesan
  26. Sightseeing, Aparna Chatterjee
  27. Portrait Of A Woman, Buxton Shippy
  28. Eternal life, Matt Ancient
  29. It Was First Kiss; Kissing You For The F.., Bijay Kant Dubey
  30. Piteous eyes of history, Pijush Biswas
  31. My Heart Is In Ukraine, Bijay Kant Dubey
  32. History, Janina Degutyte
  33. Bekal, Gangadharan nair Pulingat..
  34. Unseen Shadows, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  35. Dear Mom, I'm Sorry, Hailey Stump
  36. Amid the Stars and Mystery, Michelle Claus
  37. Flight 93 Memorial (Haiku), Lorraine Margueritte Gasrel ..
  38. Internet Leaves No Diary Past Styled Lives, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  39. Witness for happenings, gajanan mishra
  40. We Humans Are thrown ever, Emmanuel George Cefai
  41. History has Frozen Over, Fatos Arapi
  42. History of Delhi Not The History of India, Bijay Kant Dubey
  43. Be Curious, Sandra Feldman
  44. Histories Muddied Waters, Terence G. Craddock (aftergl ..
  45. On this land, Emmanuel George Cefai
  46. The song of the free, Emmanuel George Cefai
  47. Riff on Dijuana's Giving Names, David McLansky
  48. Skeleton of Neruda, Dr Tapan Kumar Pradhan
  49. Moon's Age, gajanan mishra
  50. Irish President At Windsor Bound, Bernard Kennedy
  51. History, Kawa Karpo
  52. An Iron Will, A Rod Of Power,, Emmanuel George Cefai
  53. Current, Alex London
  54. Birds, C S Katulka
  55. Yesterday Was A Fresh Dig, JPS Sullivan
  56. Subtle Observations, JPS Sullivan
  57. Life-Beats!, Mrityunjay Jha
  58. Histories, Bijay Kant Dubey
  59. History, Emmanuel George Cefai
  60. Forgive, Dilantha Gunawardana
  61. O History Is At Present In The Grave., Emmanuel George Cefai
  62. Instinct, Dilantha Gunawardana
  63. Who Are We?, Ninette Gumanda
  64. Enough of Mere Men, James Ogunjimi
  65. The whizz pop chocolate shop! ! ! ! ! ! .., Aoife Bridges
  66. Quote # 1, Is It Poetry
  67. Black II, Adriane Hunt
  68. Insanity, Ashley Mims
  69. Love’s weight, Niki Nicholas Nkuna
  70. Think About It, Sandra Feldman
  71. There the oil-lamp burnt., Emmanuel George Cefai
  72. Darkness (Negro) Evolves To Light (Nig.., Derrick Graham
  73. Greatness Of Victory And Mystery, David Nyaunu
  74. History Would Relieve or Punish, Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
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