1 Power is never the answer by adventureboysm A special message to all who know of what really does to you if are you corrupted by it. And to know what it truly is from within you.
T, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 149, 6/11
Fishes underneath the Sea by arctictiger On the news, there are always stories of war and tragedy. We wish we could be away from it all, but in the end, this is the world we live in.
T, English, Poetry, words: 83, 6/10
Resolute by litephorical A short writing, somewhere between a poem and a story, about crisis and bravery. Rated T for violent themes.
T, English, Family & Tragedy, words: 219, 5/5
1 Where Heroes are Buried by Andy Devoe This poem was inspired by the movie Hacksaw Ridge, and recant research for a history essay. It is about the battle of Okinawa, one of the bloodiest battles in the Pacific Theater.
T, English, Drama & Tragedy, words: 279, favs: 1, 5/2
2 Victim' by Louisa Hunny "Generations lost, the world forever in debt. One hundred years one, lest we forget." A war poem inspired by a visit to a WW1 gravesite.
K+, English, Angst, words: 154, favs: 1, 4/29
1A City Lay in Ruins by foxystonefox Most people think I used Pompeii as inspiration but really it was Atlantis
T, English, Tragedy & Mystery, words: 143, 4/21
The Mask Of Innocence by Space Ace In this free verse poem, an American soldier makes a mistake after looking into a beautiful woman's eyes.
T, English, Romance & Tragedy, words: 45, favs: 1, 4/20
Por Su Bien, No Me Extrañen by Gumokoa Matthew Hathaway estaba acostumbrado a pelear porque le habían enseñado a odiar lo que tenia enfrente, no porque amaba lo que estaba detras de él; Eso no evito que tomará la decisión correcta. (Version sin ortografía revisada) (Spanish spelling is not my forte XD)
T, Spanish, Tragedy & Family, words: 2k+, 4/15
1 Inocent » by Gumokoa Lukas Ayer - Age: 8. Nationality: Unknown. Cause of Death: Innocence, blood loss, multiple puncture wounds, third degree burns. Patient no. 76 - Age: Unknown. Nationality: Unknown. Cause of Death: Innocence, blood loss, punctured lung.
T, English, Tragedy & Drama, chapters: 2, words: 1k+, favs: 1, 4/14
3 Meet me to find us by PawsPrints A war a fight between a husband and wife.
T, English, Angst, words: 476, 3/22
The Nexus Decade by Jave Harron A prose poem about the fratricidal, multiversal war of the gods, and those aspects they represent.
K+, English, Mystery & Suspense, words: 464, favs: 1, 2/17
Être Humain by KoopasRoad Les terroristes ne sont pas des humains. Ils sont des monstres.
T, French, Tragedy & Horror, words: 560, follows: 1, 2/6
2 Being Human by KoopasRoad Terrorists are not human. They are monsters.
T, English, Tragedy & Horror, words: 403, favs: 2, 2/6
Where do we go when the bombs fall? by jwdachamp This is for the future.
T, English, Tragedy, words: 158, 2/3
1 What creates a war by PlurusPorynmZealousSwordsMan War's truth and lies make a beast, a destroyer, known as war.
K+, English, Hurt/Comfort & Tragedy, words: 107, favs: 1, 1/27
2 Lost and Found by PawsPrints Can a lost life ever be found?
K+, English, Poetry, words: 108, favs: 2, 1/19
Fall by LunaLivesInTheClouds And down, down, down he fell
T, English, Suspense & Poetry, words: 93, 1/16
1 Revolution by wordaddict3 The Revolutionary War was when America gained its independence. This poem details the key points of the war along with its outcome. The sixth poem in my anthology.
K+, English, Poetry & Drama, words: 220, favs: 1, 1/15
We Have Just Heard by Space Ace This triquain poem is being told from the point of view of an American soldier who receives news from home on January 15th, 1973.
T, English, Drama, words: 34, 1/15
Revolution by LaSadie A death leads the lower class to revolt
T, English, Poetry & Tragedy, words: 51, favs: 1, 1/14
Dance for me by Z Redman Short poem from three perspectives of a war. college work.
K, English, words: 177, 1/10
It Was Crazy by EAWickett "With me till the end, they said, Then is this the end?" Poetry.
K+, English, Tragedy & Adventure, words: 78, 1/10
A Mother's Grief by Kid-at-Heart What is it like to lose a child? Of course, it is unimaginable. But such a feeling came to a young mother, forced to watch her son travel overseas to fight a war he didn't want to fight.
T, English, Poetry & Angst, words: 282, 1/7