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Poems about War and Peace

"They shall not grow old, as we that are left grow old,
Age shall not weary them, nor the years condemn.
At the going down of the sun and in the morning,
We will remember them."
An excerpt from, "For the Fallen", by the English poet, Laurence Binyon, 1914. The poem was written as a tribute to those who gave their lives for Great Britain in World War I.
  1. 1939
     
  2. A Cry For Peace
     
  3. A Friend ?
     
  4. A Letter to bin Laden
     
  5. A Letter to Queen Mother
     
  6. a nation in an undividing galaxy
     
  7. A Quieter Place
     
  8. A ROUTH O KILLIN
     
  9. A SOLDIER'S STORY
     
  10. A Soldier's Time
     
  11. A Soldier's View
     
  12. A Soldier's War in Iraq
     
  13. A Word About The SAS
     
  14. A World of Difference
     
  15. Adrenaline
     
  16. After the Tattoo
     
  17. An Exile's Hail or Farewell?
     
  18. Anescienta
     
  19. Army Days
     
  20. Artefact
     
  21. Baby's got Blue Eyes
     
  22. Black Tuesday
     
  23. Bluff Cove
     
  24. Butcher's Harvest
     
  25. Cap Badge Hill, Radfan Mountains
     
  26. Captain Killer
     
  27. CHRIST IN FALLUJAH
     
  28. Comments on War
     
  29. Coorie Doon
     
  30. Cromwell
     
  31. Days of Thunder
     
  32. D-Day A Soldier Remembers
     
  33. Deathcamp
     
  34. Dedication to the Spirit of William Wallace
     
  35. Dead Sleep
     
  36. DESERT DAWN
     
  37. DESERT STOVE WW2
     
  38. Did You See Him
     
  39. Dirleton Castle
     
  40. Disturbances
     
  41. Do Not Go Gentile Into That Bad Fight
     
  42. Don't Tell Mother I Cried
     
  43. Drummer Boy
     
  44. ESCAPE
     
  45. Fallujah
     
  46. Fantasy Island
     
  47. Field Post
     
  48. First Blood
     
  49. Flanders
     
  50. For Land
     
  51. For The Cause
     
  52. Friends - T Young
     
  53. Friends and Enemies Alike
     
  54. Friendship Among Soldiers
     
  55. Goverments don't know Best
     
  56. Happening
     
  57. Hearts of Iron
     
  58. HELL
     
  59. Hussar
     
  60. In Fields They Lay
     
  61. In Honour Armistice Day
     
  62. IN LOVE DWELLS
     
  63. Iraq Latest
     
  64. Invasion and Liberation
     
  65. Je Touché Moi
     
  66. Jihad
     
  67. Lament
     
  68. Leave the Argylls Alone
     
  69. Leaves Like Petals Fall
     
  70. Left a Bit And Left a Bit
     
  71. Lest We Forget!
     
  72. London
     
  73. Lost in France
     
  74. Memoriam
     
  75. Mercy
     
  76. Most Attacks Were At Night
     
  77. Murder?
     
  78. My Bess
     
  79. Never Know
     
  80. Nobody Wins
     
  81. Not Again!
     
  82. Not Killed In Action
     
  83. November
     
  84. Now is the Harvest of Our Hatred
     
  85. Ode to William Wallace
     
  86. Old Ways, Who Pays ? (Soldier’s Lament)
     
  87. Ole McGregor Clan An English
     
  88. One More
     
  89. One Nation
     
  90. On Seeing A Grave-Stone
     
  91. Our Soldiers in Iraq
     
  92. PADDY AND THE FRAU
     
  93. Passiondale
     
  94. Pegasus
     
  95. People
     
  96. Pheigheinn a' Chorrain?
     
  97. Play of Confusion
     
  98. Plea
     
  99. Polygon Wood
     
  100. Poppies
     
  101. Poppies Grow in Turmoil
     
  102. Proud To Wear The Red Hackle
     
  103. Private Johnson Beharry VC
     
  104. PTSD
     
  105. Radio Silence
     
  106. Rainbow Soldiers
     
  107. Raising of Hell
     
  108. Regiments Forever!
     
  109. Remember Me - D Wilkie
     
  110. Remembrance
     
  111. Remembrance Day
     
  112. RENDEZ-VUES WITH DEATH
     
  113. Responsibility
     
  114. Scottish Glory
     
  115. Shoes
     
  116. Sign In Baghdad
     
  117. Silence 2005
     
  118. Silent Mist
     
  119. Silver Shot
     
  120. SIX AND SEVENTY KRIEGIES
     
  121. Snowman's Land
     
  122. Some lay, where no Poppies grow
     
  123. Sp's
     
  124. Stand Not Against My Calling
     
  125. Take me to Mars Please!
     
  126. Th' Last Time Ah Saw Him
     
  127. The Bairn
     
  128. The Battle
     
  129. The Battle O' Flodden
     
  130. The Bay
     
  131. THE BOMBING OF DRESDEN
     
  132. The Boys In Basrah
     
  133. The British Empire
     
  134. The Civil Wars
     
  135. The Defenceless One
     
  136. THE FAMOUS SPUD MOIPHY
     
  137. THE FINAL INSPECTION
     
  138. The Ghost of a Terrorist
     
  139. The Ghost of Tommy Atkins
     
  140. The Haggis of Private McPhee
     
  141. The Hell We Patrol
     
  142. The Holocaust!
     
  143. The Hydra
     
  144. THE KNOT
     
  145. THE LANCASTER EGGBUSTERS
     
  146. The Last Munro
     
  147. The Little Ships
     
  148. The Madrid Massacre
     
  149. THE MEDAL
     
  150. The Mermaid Club
     
  151. The Mists o' Time
     
  152. The Night Before Christmas
     
  153. The Number One Bus
     
  154. The Overlord of Annandale
     
  155. The Patriot
     
  156. The Piper Held His Head High
     
  157. The Poppy Bloom
     
  158. The Private's Appeal
     
  159. The Proud Argyll
     
  160. The Raid
     
  161. The Roar of War
     
  162. The Salt of the Earth
     
  163. The Sands of Normandy
     
  164. The Silent Witness
     
  165. The Soldier's Farewell
     
  166. The Tree
     
  167. The Warrior Species
     
  168. The War To End All Wars
     
  169. The Way Back
     
  170. The World's Crying
     
  171. The Question
     
  172. THEY MUST BE BLIND
     
  173. Thoughts of a Poet in Iraq
     
  174. Thoughts of a Young Soldier
     
  175. To A Soldiers Mother
     
  176. Tony o' Blair
     
  177. Tribute to a Scottish Soldier
     
  178. Tyne Cot
     
  179. Tyne Cot Cemetery
     
  180. Voices In The Wind
     
  181. Vortigern: Part 1
     
  182. WAR
     
  183. War and Time
     
  184. Wars End
     
  185. What Day Is It?
     
  186. WHERE THERE IS PEACE
     
  187. When I Go
     
  188. Who stands for the dead?
     
  189. Why Are Poppies Red?
     
  190. Window on the World
     
  191. WW2
     
  192. You Are the Light of My Tunnel
     

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