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Short Identity Poems

Short Identity Poems. Below are the most popular short poems on or about Identity by PoetrySoup Members. You can search for short Identity poems by poem length and keyword.

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Short Identity poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details | |

STRAIGHT

Straight I

Short Identity poem by Brandee Augustus| Details | |

The Perfect Package

My body

But of course

Short Identity poem by kathryn ramirez| Details | |

gone

All i am ashamed of will be gone.

Short Identity poem by Volodymyr Knyr| Details | |

An itch

An itch 
reveals a bitch.

Volodymyr Knyr
2013

Short Identity poem by Jacqueline Rodriguez| Details | |

Stone

In society
Alone and surrounded by
Statues everywhere.

Short Identity poem by RUDOLPH RINALDI| Details | |

I always wondered-1

I always wondered 
if he knew my name
he called me Buddy.

Short Identity poem by Marie Harrison| Details | |

Banksy

Banksy
Graffiti artist;
Mystery identity,
Valuable art.


Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

It Is Probable

It is probable
that if I had studied hard
I would be employed.

Short Identity poem by Benjamin Alexander| Details | |

Young

I am still a boy
I may look twenty one but,
I have much to learn

Short Identity poem by Thane Kerric| Details | |

Reality

 In reality
 the days go through like a blade
 cutting in deeper

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

What Does The Loon Say

What does the loon say?
“I am a politician.
I screw the public.”

Short Identity poem by Tony Driskell| Details | |

Lessons Learned or Mistakes Triumph

A minor setback 
Can either bury your dreams
Or bring light to them

Short Identity poem by Dr. Upma A. Sharma| Details | |

Dilemma



To be or not to be,
Is dilemma of a doctor,
Preserve your being !!

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

What Does The Thief Say

What does the thief say?
“I redistribute income.
I am a good guy.”

Short Identity poem by Robert Candler| Details | |

Words

Words said, sung, written
Bred man's civilization. 
Words made us human.

Short Identity poem by Dom- X-| Details | |

verse -9

I felt sad for the receiver 
never will he get it right
understand what?

DX

Short Identity poem by Volodymyr Knyr| Details | |

Quite a lad

An old man usually is glad
to be reputed quite a lad.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014

Short Identity poem by Volodymyr Knyr| Details | |

Robin Hood

If you are robin, you are good.
If even you are Hood.

Volodymyr Knyr
2014

Short Identity poem by Gallagher Goodland| Details | |

Memory Lane

We are Titanic, our past an iceberg; 
yet able to challenge the orbit of time.

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Curse The Devil

Curse the damn Devil,
he is a forked tongue jerk off
out to steal your soul.

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Crybaby

He stubbed his big toe.
He screamed and then cried out loud.
He is a weenie.

Short Identity poem by Ann Roske| Details | |

The Voice

Voice opinions, ideas who we are our right to expression identity

Short Identity poem by Bhavna khemlani| Details | |

Mobile Phone

The mobile phone
t
  a
    k
      e  
        s
          away peace . . .

Short Identity poem by Verlena S. Walker | Details | |

A STUNNING GENT

A movie star
Photoshop 
A picture 

Photoshop 
Movie Star
Handsome face
To capture


Short Identity poem by John Michaels| Details | |

Shadow

Dark, insubstantial wisp stalks me at every turn; bonded forever.

Short Identity poem by Mark Halliday| Details | |

Girls night out

They really liked how
She seemed to fit in their clique



SHE'S A TRANSVESTITE!

Short Identity poem by Russell Sivey| Details | |

Dividing

Dividing apart A separation of self Lost identity
Russell Sivey

Short Identity poem by Sienna Muniz| Details | |

Who knows?

A mask
Quiet and concealed
Hide my identity
Full of beauty and bright color
Who knows?

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Commie Lovers

Network news commentators
are commie lovers one and all.
A daily pathetic display of stupidity.

Short Identity poem by Earl Schumacker| Details | |

Winter Trip Haiku

     Winter Trip Haiku

Winter comes, aged, pains
Oriental dancer’s trip
Go over ice falls

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Savage Beasts

Music soothes the souls of the savage beasts,
except Vladimir Putin’s.
He has no soul at all.

Short Identity poem by John Joseph P.| Details | |

Buddha Phish

Once profaned diverged deranged
fascination with hallucination
nowadays fixate meditate rejuvenate

Short Identity poem by Paul Callus| Details | |

No Schengen Treaty

Passport control
Angels scrutinize
For invalid documents
While weary travellers wait
At heaven’s door.

Short Identity poem by Earl Schumacker| Details | |

Ocean And River Merge - Haiku

Ocean And River Merge - Haiku

two bodies soft, wet
exchange their fluids in storms
ocean, river, merge
 

Short Identity poem by Earl Schumacker| Details | |

Life Extensions - Haiku

     Life Extensions - Haiku

squirming on the pole
worm knows his place in nature
line extends, fish bites

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Sarah Palin

Sarah Palin!
Her critics start to wailin’
when she comes to town.
She is the ringmaster, they are the clowns.

Short Identity poem by Earl Schumacker| Details | |

Holy God Haiku

        Holy God Haiku

Walks on lakes, thinks peace
Heals men, undercurrents lift
He soars the winds, drinks


Short Identity poem by bob johnson| Details | |

distance

a seperate entity
comfortable alone
seeking no identity
an empty vicinity
no foreign light shone
solitary ability

Short Identity poem by Earl Schumacker| Details | |

Book Worm Haiku

     Book Worm Haiku

Books fall to forest 
Birds sing, feed on strange worms green
Knowledge, thoughts consumed 

Short Identity poem by Jerry Stevenson| Details | |

Fashion King

Charles wears a bowler derby.
He thinks he’s the fashion king.
He will mix his plaids and stripes.
He wears a bow tie.

Short Identity poem by Jen Franks| Details | |

United Nations Plaza

Temperature dip
urban leaves turned
Autumn, sniffing around
for a place to settle
no Farmer's Market
in San Francisco today.

Short Identity poem by Ediruma Edward Eric| Details | |

PHIONA

PHIONA

Peaceful minds
Humble my pride
Intelligent ideas
Organized with logic
Noble out my character
Attractive in Paris

Short Identity poem by Steve Eng| Details | |

The Modern Version

The subtlest sort of vampiry
Will leave you with blood-full veins,
But drain you of identity
Till nothing of “You” remains.

Short Identity poem by chipepo lwele| Details | |

culture 2

Native Languages
Shunning  Dooms
Cultural And National Identity.
Preference To Foreign Languages
Invasion Of Strange Influences!

Short Identity poem by Kevin Pearce| Details | |

dream

dream

to dream without a conscience
is for the weak and vulnerable
it gives them a chance to break free
from familiar prisons

Short Identity poem by Mana R.| Details | |

HER

Crying,
Yelling,
I hear it all.
It's inside me.
I hear it's painful screaming.
Every second, every minute.
It's not me,
It's HER.

Short Identity poem by Abdulhafeez Oyewole| Details | |

Welcome to 21st Century-1435-2014

Sincere appreciations glad the heart, constructive criticisms better the mind.






From me to you: Compliments of the season!!!

Short Identity poem by Kileem Al Lishmiin| Details | |

Seven Generalities of Single Adults without dependents:

1. Mortality Recognition
2. Hedonism
3. Apathy
4. Restlessness
5. Historic Amnesia
6. Recklessness/Experimentation
7. Meta-Identity

Short Identity poem by Russell Sivey| Details | |

Identity

Identity
True recollection

Love of my passion
Seeing myself

Arms surround her
Wrapping around
Her tender sweet heart

Russell Sivey

Short Identity poem by nitya mathur| Details | |

King Mear

Here is what happened to King Mear,
He didn't know what to wear!
He wore his nightdress to the party,
And his coat to bed!
Oh, poor King Mear!

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