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Poems About: WAR

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  • 349.
    The War Begins Again

    The War begins again-
    It is a never- ending War- read more »

    Shalom Freedman
  • 350.
    War!

    War happens between individual people and tribes and countries.
    Some go to war over religion.
    Some go to war over who should talk first. read more »

    The Friend
  • 351.
    war

    war
    why
    incapable to sort out with words
    war read more »

    chrisliker carr
  • 352.
    Picasso Anti-War Pigment Symbols

    Pablo Picasso moments
    painted Spanish Civil War screams
    Guernica shows tragedies read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 353.
    DEVASTATION OF WAR

    War, the greatest enemy of humankind,
    And its lieutenant the dark death do find,
    Hostilities and factions feast in killing
    And millions hapless wounded and dying, read more »

    Pratheek Praveen Kumar
  • 354.
    Mind War

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    Unic Cjonr
  • 355.
    The War Within

    The assignment of understanding the teams within,
    Not for all,
    Just for you,
    At least, read more »

    Pankhuri Sinha
  • 356.
    War

    1 War a society of dead bodies
    War disrupting the fate of millions
    War a prolonged conflict of two Nations
    War often breeding nothing but miseries read more »

    sapransh jaipuria
  • 357.
    War

    War
    Glorious
    Warrior's might
    Iron, steel, bow, arrow read more »

    Cody O'Hara
  • 358.
    Alan Turing

    A man who truly left his mark,
    A war hero at Bletchley park,
    His memory we must cherish,
    He proved vital to the British, read more »

    Christian Lacdael
  • 359.
    War's Want

    War
    Such a mad man
    Staring after what he cannot have
    A girl with black hair read more »

    Lovely No One
  • 360.
    When natures angry...(Tsunami)

    With a half filled stomach,
    There futures bleak and helpless they are,
    Is this less than a war? read more »

    Prankul Agarwal
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