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Short Gender poem by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen| Details |

NO WOMAN KIND

In Mankind,



Kind Man!



Woman not kind,



What kind?


Short Gender poem by makyia burks| Details |

boys and girls

boy and girl

ploto and jupiter

diferent gender

but still best friends


Short Gender poem by Smail Poems| Details |

Princesses

Pretty princesses
Dancing all around
Frolicking through fields
Very beautiful
Just like you!


Short Gender poem by Brian Strand| Details |

WHATS IN A NAME-AMERIGO

Nom

de plume-

feminine

gender of his

name

was 

to put

his claim to

fame upon the

map


Short Gender poem by Andrew Crisci| Details |

DISGUISING GENDER

They dislike their manliness and hide their
gender under women's flashy clothes...  
who are they?


Short Gender poem by Katrina Margell| Details |

Misery

Misery flouts age.

It knows no race, no gender, no status.

It flows silently in depths so deep

One could get lost forever.


Short Gender poem by andy thomson| Details |

Athletic s

Practice

Practice

Dumb within

A soldiers haircut

Woman's skin

Driven children

Swollen tears

Bronze medallion

Wasted years


Short Gender poem by rachel blake| Details |

The Date

in the dimness of the tea lounge
i stared into the dark depths
that were your pupils
and
clung to every word that escaped
the curve of your lips


Short Gender poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

P D Ain't Got Any

Tell me PD, 

how does it feel to be gender free?

And by that I mean 

how does it feel to be someone without any balls, be they gonads or ovaries?


Short Gender poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

Equal Opportunist

I don't discriminate against race, life choice, religion or gender.
One might say that I'm a proud equal opportunity offender.
*
I Don't Like Anybody.


Short Gender poem by kurtis scott aka curtis futch jr| Details |

GREAT PRETENDER

sme pretend

to make a friend

only they can win

being this and that

with ideals in a sack

its a fact

with that grim and gender

THEY 

GREAT

PRETENDER


Short Gender poem by James Marshall Goff| Details |

Eponymous

There once was an eponym maligned
Whose gender was quietly confined
Now away with your fears!
Turn those tears to cheers!
As nature intends your defined!





© All Rights Reserved








Short Gender poem by FATHIMA DAWOOD| Details |

Winter

With tattered clothes he enters the door

With icy hands he sends shivers and more

Cloaked in bedraggled wear he enters

Many take not a glance to his gender

Ay but Winters near so don warm gear!


Short Gender poem by C. L. Thornton| Details |

Drake and Gander

A drake and a gander
are of the same gender,
that is, both are males.
The first refers to a duck,
the other to a goose.
And it's tough luck
when a gander fails
to distinguish a drake
when hot on the make.


Short Gender poem by Shadow Hamilton| Details |

Mistaken Identity

Down around ankles were his trousers
as he caressed her he said wowzers
finding there no lady
it was all so shady
as he always seemed to pick posers

written 05/22/2014

contest Bawdy, Bawdy Bawdy Miss Clawdy


Short Gender poem by Kim van Breda| Details |

CHLOE

CHLOE



Chloe chastised chauvinism

Hating hypocrites of opposing gender

Liberating her limitless femininity

Obsessively opposing male nuances

Emotively enticing heroism





Copyright© May 2013Kim van Breda


Short Gender poem by Alozor Michael Ikechukwu| Details |

A BORN BLIND BOY

There was a born blind boy from Bauchi
Who grew up in the land of Auchi
Seen, taken for a begger
Unknown successful cobbler
King's own, a born blind boy from Bauchi.

Any New Limerick contest 
Sponsored by Black Eyed Susan


Short Gender poem by Asif Andalib| Details |

The best name

Although God has got many names 

But Allah is His best name

Cause it has no plural, no gender and no apparent meaning!



Allah is not the luckiest person

Prophet Muhammad is

Cause Allah can help everyone but Himself!


Short Gender poem by Steven Henderson| Details |

Others Choose Not

Desire
that goes
beyond the 
physical realm
being a connection knowing not gender

Encompassing mind body and spirit
a connection 
beyond words
seldom
lights

A
fire in
souls whose hearts
have unified
a coexistence with the universe


Short Gender poem by Angeline Star| Details |

Steve or Eve

<em>By Angeline Star</em>

Eve came every night from the base
her green hair and pink shoes a disgrace
No one noticed her lack of mammory glands
and instead saw her round end and full lips
they just thought she liked  big man hands.


Short Gender poem by Teddy Kimathi| Details |

Aliens

Women come from Venus.

Men come from Mars.

Earth has visitors from other worlds;

humans with different emotions and passions.



Becoming earthlings begins with learning what it's like to be woman,

and what it's like to be a man.


Short Gender poem by Verlena S. Walker | Details |

A DRAG QUEEN

A distinguish old gent picked up tricks.
      On Halloween, he went for a treat.
Laughing outlandishly
      He staggered up the street.
Hips swaying g-stringed a drag queen!
__________________________________|
Penned on May 05, 2014.


Short Gender poem by Teddy Kimathi| Details |

Victim of Misconception

I act courteously around him;

dress lightly to enjoy summer breeze;

he sees my tongue licking my lips in the sun;

I gaze at him lazily, and sigh gently as the ocean breeze

blows my dress;

"she wants to make love", is all I read deep in his eyes......




Short Gender poem by Satish Verma| Details |

MOST WANTED

Meet a gender bender.
There was a precocious 
revolt.

A cryptogamic kinship.
Someone writhes 
ecstatically.

A god writes a hymn 
on the chest of
a new born baby.

Beyond the origins
lies a marbled tale.
You have reached nowhere.

Inflammable was
the blue birthmark.
There was an arrival.


Satish Verma


Short Gender poem by Satish Verma| Details |

HER LOOKS

Jinxed out
was the sex panel
on the honours integrity.
Deep water a fish
was found dead.

The destination
of your rival was
feminism. I was talking
of the moon
without gender.

Your fingers were probing
the dancing words,
in this strange event.
Darkness was falling
on my lips in morning. 



Satish Verma


Short Gender poem by Satish Verma| Details |

WAKING IN DARK

Stigmatized.
A drone kills a dove.
An aphrodisiac ?

Bashing the ground,
cajoling the sky.
Trapped in bed,

coupling in amber.
You want to rein in
moon, for a shout ?

And weather had the
wasness of a glory.
You wanted to change the gender ?

Would not go near the dais.
Somebody
was burning the doors


Satish Verma   


Short Gender poem by Dean Walker| Details |

Windy Winter's Night

Lips burnt with translation,

searing into words.



Perfect little white flowers

dripping from the nectarine



tree. Roots looking out,

calling to the Goddess.



Praying to end gender bias,

soiled by religion.



I can hear the women sing

on a windy Winter's night.



I can hear the branches 

plead for an early Spring. 






Short Gender poem by James Ph. Kotsybar| Details |

Standing Unspecified

My genders not the fairer one,

my student status ... past,

mine is not the voice of region

nor a specific caste.



No network calls me one of us

nor seeks to mollify,

I'm not considered ethnic, thus

I do not qualify.



The journals, competitions and

calls for anthology

dont explicitly ask for bland,

old, white-guy poetry.


Short Gender poem by Cynthia Ferguson| Details |

becoming me

Here I go
into a world
Of pastel flowers
Pretty little bows
Petals off a rose
Perfume lingers
Here for hours
bouquets all in pose
beautiful moments
Seem like ours

Every room
Has a little bit of pink
Little bit of flowers
Smell of fresh apples
Springs morning dew
All wrapped up
Into the aroma
Of all my memories
Growing into a woman
Loving you															


Short Gender poem by SillyBilly theKidster| Details |

The Superior Gender Of My Specie

Women are most definitely

the more superior gender of my human specie,

at least in the area of a more higher level of spirituality.

Men on the other hand are the more superior gender of my specie

in the areas of self absorption, hate and greed.

That in no way means that women are weaker to men in any degree.

Positive will always be stronger than Negative eternally.


Short Gender poem by Satish Verma| Details |

ARMLESS ENEMIES

In your domain
walking with men of straw
to immolate myself.

If power was sacred
why you did not stop
the reversing of gender role ?

Oh, there was water on Mars
streaking like the tears
on your face.

The apes were coming.
There was elation and suspicion.
The vortex of existence needs surgery.

Unlikeness calls for
introspection. I am asking
god to pray for me.



Satish Verma


Short Gender poem by Randolph Byrd| Details |

Simply Flawed

The woman

 has always combined mystery, magic, and allure, we can only hunger for when together,

and remember fondly when apart.

Your power to enchant makes a man want to be better for you.

But a daunting task to maintain over time.

We are simply flawed, and attempts at showing love sometimes awkward.

Your capacity for love, needs to overcome the shortcomings of our gender.


Short Gender poem by valeria iliadou| Details |

THE NIGHTS FROM SO ON

The nights..The nights from so on:

I lay down to sleep and my mind flies.

I watch dreams-movies leading

your hug and your laughter.

Our love too is now in plural.

They are the defenceless loves.

How could you let our one

die left and betrayed?

I am a person

gender female.

I own a heart

gender not female nor male.

Gender empty.

My empty heart.

Loved you.



valeria iliadou


Short Gender poem by kaotik kandee| Details |

sibling Love


don't let me see you on my street 
or creepin through my window 
I immensely want your head hanging 
on my living room wall 

I plan to hunt you down very  soon 
So don't go making my chase easy 
I wish you were not a sibling of mine
I wish you weren't in my mind 

But your spying and childish games 
are grounds for me to go insane 
You must learn the hard way 
I really wish you would escape.


Short Gender poem by Apolo Amai| Details |

Frozen Petal

There you go
Making me fear the person I am
Trying to put me down
My bond to you is stronger than I thought
I love and hate you
Not for the unforgivable things youve done
But for putting me in that position
Where believing in myself
Is so far out of context
That I hate who I am so completely
For me to get better I need you more than ever
To just be who your supposed to be to the person who I am


Short Gender poem by Rosann Fode| Details |

Opening Doors

Opening Doors



Last night my husband was with another man.

They were locked in an embrace behind the closed door.

I pounded until my fists hurt while a man stood over me laughing,

Laughing that everyone knows, everyone knew.

Before I broke upon the truth that he loved another

Behind the door that was closed on him, 

But that I opened wide for the world to see.

And he forgot to thank me.


Short Gender poem by Moses Samandar| Details |

The Third Gender

The crazy befouling animalistic urges

Life beyond character

Carton of sulphuric acid

A calm third gender walks out

A person called Chex

Female, Male and Chex

Chex are vemonous

A creature or (person) of infinite ability

Not manly

Not feminine

Just the perfect being

Not god of course

But the third gender

Not a confusion or a mix of both

But the Perfect Gender 

Who makes this third gender?

Human kind


Short Gender poem by Johnny Rhinem| Details |

Beyound The Stars

I Have A Dream....
Fanfare or freshly printed pages
Never, should a heart seek their chains ?
Dreams and there are no specific colours
Less these hues the spectrums of her rainbow..
No race language religion gender
Divisions lines yours mine ? Mirrors
A life this world where All can find joy love; be loved
War, no time for that nor tears what for ? Yes....
I too have His dream; maybe not in this place but, one day.


Short Gender poem by Clay More| Details |

THE PROCESS OF BIRTH





Till lovers get nude by looks and kisses,

Cloths drop loose to desires that seek food;

Feeding the soul and the body,

Through dances on stages of love;

Giving fluid the score to take charges:

Then the waiting of formation by Destiny get ruled.

A chance to record a nine months progress;

By Divinity's will on what gender it could be.

Here Fate waits by Nature's office to propel the 

wheels of the availing time.




Short Gender poem by Mickerlange Charles| Details |

They are





I walk, I run

I'm awake, I'm asleep

Everyday in my life I see new things

New inventions but also newborn

The newborns are the future of the world

They are gifts sent from heaven

They can be the joy of your life

Your reason of living

They are innocent, beautiful with 

Soft skin and amazing smile

No matter the color, they are pretty

No matter the gender, they are awesome

They are Small, New, Young 

And they are Babies.


Short Gender poem by M Nudelman| Details |

Taken

Taken







Unexpected excitement consumes,

Overjoyed, overwhelmed, terrified.

From love comes life,

A miracle.



Raw emotions, dumbfounded,

Tight-lipped preserving uncertainty.

Outside sources causing strain,

Nauseated with nonsense.



Camera shy, gender concealed,

Gestation ceases abruptly.

A  heart with no beat,

Wails of mourning.



Inconsolable emptiness, 

Souls take flight.

They held my hand,

Not meant to be.






Short Gender poem by Don Schaeffer| Details |

The Scouts

I cry at Chain Bridge.
It's the same thing,
when father takes his time
showing up and the earth
gapes all the way to chaos.
It's when the money runs out
and the business fails.
The scouts all laugh
as they stand near their
neat packs with all their
plans stacked beside them.
I wonder what the crying does.
When I cry
someone warm
strokes me,
kneeling in front
with curled face,
warm breath,
return to Eden,
at 13 in the dangerous
age of sissies.


Short Gender poem by Tonya Maria| Details |

Woman

Her approach was elegant but unpretentious

Her soul was weaved in moons and stars

Her gardens enchantedly flourished

Her brooks danced to wind guitars.

Her fingertips stirred the rivers 

Her whispers spoke peace upon the earth

Her smile illuminated the darkness 

Her hands fought death and welcomed birth.

Her eyes held and calmed the anxious

Her heart was filled with twelve bright suns

Her language was universal

Her name was given... Woman.


Short Gender poem by marcell porter| Details |

Sense

I myself, thought it was given to all.

First to admit , " I must be wrong ".

Each and every second, it is proven to me.

Not all are as fortunate, as they claim to be.

To impress, try and make one like, is the definition for what they do.

In the eyes of on lookers, all we see is fool.

This fact is proven, regardless of gender.

Male or female, ignorance wont discriminate, it doesnt matter.

Senseless to the world, just as mad as the hatter.



 


Short Gender poem by charles hice| Details |

DID ewe love

 DID ewe love 

DID ewe love 

 

 

Did ewe love mee more 

than the day before? 

Love grows inside of sorrow 

at the past come back to haunt us. 

But even so 

eye am manly also 

not confused of this my gender 

 ewe aer love fashioned out of time 

  to make me love 

creative people suffer more 

Don't you think? 

they are more sensitive 

sadness and hidden sorrow 

mixes with the love. 

TO make us love the more 

to make us love the love. 




Short Gender poem by Dwayne Bailey| Details |

The Mirror

Take a look into the mirror, 

and tell me what you see; 

Do you like the person, 

that is looking back at thee? 



Do you see true tenderness, 

in this persons eyes? 

Or do you dread the things you see, 

under cover of disguise? 



For mirrors they will not lie, 

or cover up the truth; 

Regaurdless of your race, 

your gender or your youth. 



So take a look into the mirror, 

and tell me what you see. 

Is the person in the mirror, 

all you wish to be?


Short Gender poem by Elton Camp| Details |

Too Much Fuss Over the Birth of a Baby


Too Much Fuss Over a Baby

By Elton Camp

The royal cervix will open wide
Out a prince or princess will slide

Red, wrinkled, ugly as hell
Nobody dares the truth tell

The royal vernix on royal skin
A messy way for life to begin

Gender may be hard to determine
If its born wearing royal ermine

With a royal frown on its face
To minister, servants will race

With its royal fate decreed,
Its what the British need

Another economic parasite
To add to the royal blight


Short Gender poem by John Beam| Details |

Thrice scandalized

Before the blind, do not put a stumbling block                                                           Major denominations advocating the abominations                                                          In which hand in hand, they all fall in the ditch                                                                  I do I do I dos they speak evil, so bid them adieu                                                             A rooster crows, yet they repented naught


Short Gender poem by Michael Degenhardt| Details |

Divided We Fall

Born into this world naked and crying

We have no differences, all are the same.

Why do we change, therefore denying,

The difference remaining is just but a name.



Religion, gender, color, creed

Shape our adulthood, defining our ways.

Recognizing what we truly need

Will improve the world and improve all our days.



Go back, in mind, to where we began.

Just faith in parents and God, did it all.

The cliché you will then understand,

United we stand, divided we fall.


Short Gender poem by greg bell| Details |

This One is for that Tune

Majority of our lives are spent searching. What are we searching for clues, waldo, meaning to life, how is death, where are my keys, and where is my phone. Believing the hype is just what it is. Believing in something you do not know anything about. How is that? Is Reality real? Is the letter "g" really green or was the homeschooled kid you called weird told you that. Ek does not call him weird. She went to a public school along with everybody else. Now what gender is the homeschooled kid?


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