Today’s prompt:

Write a poem about a war in history (WW1,WW2 etc).

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Posted on April 21, 2017, in NaPoWriMo. Bookmark the permalink. 6 Comments.

  1. *This is unrelated to the prompt but I really like this one and might have to use it. Something random that I came up with last night*

    I’m a princess in the works, or so I like to think.
    With dresses that twirl and diamonds that wink.
    Extravagant events, maybe dancing with a prince and maybe one day I’ll be queen.

  2. There was a man who stood above the rest
    Believing, above all, he was the best
    He slaughtered those he looked down on
    He convinced many to play as his pawns
    This wicked monstrosity of a man
    Caused atrocity as he carried out his plan
    At the end of the day this man paid for his crimes
    He did not pay in pennies and dimes
    He paid with his life, for that’s what was due
    And that was the end of World War two.

  3. (Unrelated to prompt)

    A crevice in a mountain that no one dares to tread
    Or hidden in a corner of the world that is undiscovered
    Perhaps even in a different time or place
    Maybe waltzing among a large crowd of people
    Sitting atop a cloud or drifting through the wind
    These are the places inspiration could be hiding
    And no inspiration is not worth finding.

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