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From Sir Walter Raleigh to Ezra Pound, poets have shaped America and given her words of pride.

(dark angel contributed to this acrostic poem - thank you, dear one)

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i think that was very brillant!
I thought this was a brilliant poem. Very creative.
As a poet, I know this feeling! Very good poem.

A Poet's Soul

A mber waves of grain still sway,
P lanted with seed from deep within.
O ffered with love to the home of the brave,
E ven for those who would still her pen.
T imeless imagery for a proud nation still healing,
S oothing our wounds extolling our brotherhood.
S own upon people of great courage, revealing
O ur foundation was sound our nation still stood
U nless we lose sight of all that she said,
L ong ago words will serve us in good stead.

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