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History Poems

The Tangled Web
by Michael Henry

The Tangled Web

“Oh! What a tangled web we weave

When first we practise to deceive”!

(Marmion, Sir Walter Scott. 1808)

 

How true those words from long ago

Yet



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Vlad the Impaler
by Alex Cridland

Death, fear and insanity his occupation 

Rage, pain and dispare his tools of persuasion 

Amazed with the body and how it breaks

Countless bodies lost to the stake

Ubiquitous



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Sophist
by P. S. Remesh Chandran


A sophist saint in ancient Grecian land
Said whatever he said was a falsity,

Was asked to state anything before



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Today I Had A Strange Experience
by P. S. Remesh Chandran

 

Today I had a strange experience,
Not in this group but in another group.

‘Poetry and Lit′rature' it is not,
In



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Hidden Figures
by Akua Lore Zaan

I am black and I say to kindred flames...
Never assert nor cry "things are the same".

It is the height of dishonor to



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