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We've found 498 poems for heroes:


I Sing of Heroes
Kazi Nazrul Islam
I sing of Heroes - The youth, the revolutionary, Who armed with a sharp Excalibur Today go forth in all directions With valiant steps and stead...Rate it:

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The Unsung Heroes
Paul Laurence Dunbar
A song for the unsung heroes who rose in the country's need, When the life of the land was threatened by the slaver's cruel greed, For the men who ...Rate it:

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Heroes
Emma Lazarus
less illustrious, who are living yet? Armies of heroes, satisfied to pass Calmly, serenely from theRate it:

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The Heroes
Katharine Tynan
world again. All our days are holy days, Starry heroes all our men. There's naught common or uncleRate it:

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Song For Heroes
Ellis Parker Butler
Captain O’Hare was a mariner brave; He refused to abandon his ship; A hero, he sleeps in a watery grave— And his widow is now Mrs. Bipp, Haw! Haw! ...Rate it:

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The Longbeard's Saga: A.D. 400
Charles Kingsley
Over the camp-fires Drank I with heroes, Under the Donau bank, Warm in the snow trench: Sagamen heard I there, Men of the Longbeards, Cunning and a...Rate it:

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Fingal - Book I
James Macpherson
the enemy, he missed three of his bravest heroes, Fergus, Duchômar, and Cáthba. Fergus arriving, teRate it:

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The War Of Inis-Thona
James Macpherson
shaded wall: thy streams sound in my ear; thy heroes gather round. Fingal sits in the midst. He leaRate it:

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Cathlin Of Clutha
James Macpherson
Fingal declining to make a choice among his heroes, who were all claiming the command of the expediRate it:

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Duellum (The Duel)
Charles Baudelaire
the ravine haunted by lynxes and panthers, Our heroes viciously clasping each other, rolled, And Rate it:

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Fingal - Book IV
James Macpherson
the white-bosomed daughter of Branno. A thousand heroes sought the maid, she refused her love to a Rate it:

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The Borough. Letter XII: Players
George Crabbe
These are monarchs none respect, Heroes, yet an humbled crew, Nobles, whom the crowd correct, Wealthy men, whom duns pursue; Beauties shrinking fro...Rate it:

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Sheroes
EMTSBA III
By the bush fire, tales were told of heroes, by the look of die hard souls or minnows, the portrayal of our mothers other than sheroes! Until l...Rate it:

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Battle of Red Cliff
Su Tung-po
-- River and mountains like a painting how many heroes passed them, once ... Think back to those yRate it:

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Brother Of All, With Genesrous Hand
Walt Whitman
adorn the future. Lo, Soul, the graves of heroes! The pride of lands--the gratitudes of men,Rate it:

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Fingal - Book II
James Macpherson
The ghost of Crugal, one of the Irish heroes who was killed in battle, appearing to Connal, foretRate it:

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Fingal - Book III
James Macpherson
generous and mild. Let him come with his bravest heroes to the daughter of the secret hall!' SnivanRate it:

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GS [or the Fourth Cook]
Henry Lawson
take a job at peeling spuds). There were heroes in Australia went exploring long ago; There are hRate it:

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Ode for Memorial Day
Paul Laurence Dunbar
sabre-stroke bloody and fell; Born where the heroes and martyrs were dying, Torn by the fury of bulRate it:

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Oina-Morul
James Macpherson
seized my hand in grief. "Why comes the race of heroes to a falling king? Ton-thormod of many spearRate it:

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The Battle of El-Teb
William Topaz McGonagall
completely soaked with the rain, But the brave heroes disdained to complain. The brave heroes wereRate it:

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The Song Of The Sword--To Rudyard Kipling
William Ernest Henley
WITH VICTORY Ho! then, the Trumpet, Handmaid of heroes, Calling the peers To the place of espousalsRate it:

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A Song of Failure
Arthur Henry Adams
sword, Weaklings with splendid ambitions, Heroes who learnt to succumb, Poets a-swoon in theiRate it:

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A Toast
Lola Ridge
the Brotherhood not understood - For the Heroes who died for the evil, Believing the evil was goodRate it:

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Argument
James Macpherson
from ocean, from the roar of winds. Few are the heroes of Morven in a land unknown! Starno sent aRate it:

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