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Abolition Poems - Poems about Abolition

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Premium Member Progressivism and Planned Obsolescence
...Progressives say mankind is improving, so, moral laws are no longer needed. The goal for mankind is self-expression, hence the need for new social conventions. That which is old is no longer u......Read More
Categories: abolition, betrayal, christian, heartbroken, humanity,
Form: Free verse

The Square Root of Beirut
...The Square Root of Beiruit    Ten men bending while theyre pretending to be near the ending A capitalist nightmare glares like rotten fruit The squate root of Beiruit No it isn’t fair, so they’l......Read More
Categories: abolition, introspection, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hermit Kingdom
... They sit on their own in their Hermit Kingdom other side of the wall singing their song entitled nothing to envy peeling the skin away in generations it's worse than a famine whe......Read More
Categories: abolition, freedom, muse,
Form: Narrative
October 2nd
...I salute you Gandhi, Mahatma! On your birthday, your authentic dogma: Truthfulness, tolerance and ahimsa, Principles that changed the nation's Naksha...! ===== === You moved, like Indian saints......Read More
Categories: abolition, hero,
Form: Rhyme
Awaiting Rescue By Good Ole Extraterrestrial Homeboys
...Cuz existence among *****sapiens extremely intolerable prospect particularly sharing planet with most violent species courtesy hoodlums wielding deadly firearms methodically gun down men, wom......Read More
Categories: abolition, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme

Over and Under
... Melanin lamentation It appears to be the color of dread Locked in is a private penal profiteering feeling Black site has a plantation clandestine skin Making abolition voices invisibl......Read More
Categories: abolition, allegory, fate, imagery, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Abolition Day
...It's the most significant day in Black American history December 6,1865 the legal ending of chattel slavery It was 157 years ago When they finally let God's people go In the year 1619 was when......Read More
Categories: abolition, slavery,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Solitary Missions
...The people have spoken The turd has been flushed Only a small trace lingers You could count the important Messages here On Mickey Mouse’s fingers We say what we want We want what we say And e......Read More
Categories: abolition, analogy, anxiety, business, class,
Form: Epic
Mahatma Gandhi
...He is my role model His life, an inspiration to me Did some research on him Since then am in awe of him Empath at heart, he dedicated his life in selfless service Saw teeming millions wit......Read More
Categories: abolition, 10th grade,
Form: Free verse
Excessive Amount of Horn Haiku
...of things d\found the scope peace has existed with hope even if a dope did a bin blooper had become a storm trooper real super duper together did click with such a good looking chick wh......Read More
Categories: abolition, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Nietzsche, Hitler, the Holocaust, Slavery and Racism
...The will to power is a prominent concept in Nietzschean philosophy, And exerted a strong influence on some major movements in history. Its effect can be traced to the fields of politics, evolution,......Read More
Categories: abolition, black african american, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Scott Morrison Apology Reveals -
...Scott Morrision says the USA had slaves, Australia did not The Aborigines may disagree, and women in the church, along with boys WE heard the scandal (Maybe sex slavery is really FREE!) Now, I kn......Read More
Categories: abolition, africa, america, political, power,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Abraham Father of Many Retorts
...Fake news and beliefs in hegemonic certitude at its roots An epidemic of political correctness spread through the world Though shalt not speak my name in vain for I know no sin but Hedonism ......Read More
Categories: abolition, discrimination, food,
Form: Acrostic
... Steal away the idol children Work ‘em to death, give them no pay Carry their cries on a plaintive wind Pilfer their graven image mind Then fill it with empty thoughts of cas......Read More
Categories: abolition, perspective, symbolism, truth, word
Form: Alliteration
Onerous Anus Complex Number One
...Pain in the ass devoid of dreck inapropos poetic material what the heck more unbearable than crick in neck shiver me timbers, I feel like total wreck the (see) Edmund Fitzgerald, si?. Spasmodi......Read More
Categories: abolition, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Imagism

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