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Aboriginal Poems

Aboriginal Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of aboriginal poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for aboriginal.

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COVID 19 pandemic analogous how indigenous peoples got felled
COVID-19 pandemic analogous how indigenous peoples got felled...

Woebegone, enraged spirits
holographic images taciturn
journeying somberly aghast
at their stolen sacred lands... mourn
dead souls impossible mission

sabotaged aery mission endeavor
happy hunting grounds upheaval
witnessed gaunt bloody sojourn,
perhaps collective aboriginal ghosts return
to haunt cruel innocent heir/heiresses
regarding interlopers,...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, america,
Form: Elegy



Papa's condemnation of prejudice
Papa's condemnation of prejudice...

and subsequent grim statistic one
(among millions, or more)
tragedy with feted kiss
Yarraka Bayles darling son
hoop fully experiences bliss,
yet more vehement rage
against machinations (think 

with little effort cruel humans)
trumpets, tools, thrives...
wreaking psychological havoc -
case in point yours truly
wrenched, screwed,...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, 11th grade, 12th grade, cry, funeral, mother
Form: Narrative
Beneath The Masque
Embracing the myth,
I hide deep within

More Devil than Savior,
aboriginal sin

Excuses my sacraments,
grace bartered for lies

Judgment internal
—redemption denied

(Dreamsleep: February, 2020) 
...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Reclusive rhymester ruminates
Alone within emotional wilderness
(mine) biding leisure time
January 19th, 2020
without reason nor rhyme,
yet woke with sublime

pained acute awareness,
how once prime
merrily rightful autochthonous occupants
their land stole equivalent value
not much more'n dime.

Simple man dwells admiring
mother nature's architrave
home of the free land of the...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, abuse,
Form: Political Verse
Baloo Murri
Independent Thinking
_______________________
a jingle janglein my pocket one day i did hear
not much too do a thing with
left me in my ponder about this problem i did wonder
Upon my life i have thought
not much more than i could think
but reconciling life...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, character, culture, emotions, family, history, love, spiritual,
Form: Prose Poetry



Premium Member To Owe The Mockingbird
Australia was an uncut jewel
With an interior vast and cruel,
When first brought under our Mother's rule:
Rough diamond in the Pacific pool.
With fair Venus as his guiding star,
A Gulliver reached it from afar.

James, Captain Cook, with furrowed frown
Unearthed that jewel for...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, culture, dark, england, environment, immigration, innocence,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 'Color of My Heart'

Since a child I have wandered and explored,
the forest and all the meadows and streams;
the spirit wind has been my great reward,
my hair taken along with golden leaves.

When, my soul is broken I walk in awe,
of each found wild creature,...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, native american, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Low Hanging Fruit

The Enquiry
Is over

They did not find
the missing and murdered
whatever 
they were looking for
But every woman knows

Why

There are so many
missing and murdered
Aboriginal women
As every woman knows

Why

There will never be
an Enquiry
into the men
who murder women




June 5th, 2019...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, abuse, native american, political, women,
Form: Free verse
pimp your ride
whether a dog
cargo three 
wheeler or
a simple get
me around
if needed
feed it

my brother
in law
after having
double knee
surgery refused
to be put
down

customized
four tires over
sized for out
side and in
back had on
added
holders

the left
held his
fishing rod
the right
held his
shot gun
up front

two beverage
holders both
for beer
but now
as i get
older
i

hear my
knees...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Scarred and Blackened
Scarred and Blackened

In Tasmania’s rugged but scenic South West
Lies an ancient land of pristine wilderness
Protected by a World Heritage Listing
An eco-system a thousand years nesting

A land of Aboriginal spiritual dreamtime
Where rare native flora survives, like Pencil Pine
And fauna abound on...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, earth, mountains, nature, philosophy, rain,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member That Wild Flickering Flame
Beating drums always murmur inside my heart it seems,
and I write of my aboriginal ancestors found in dreams;
oh, the reality of dream and reality in life are thin seams.
And though my life has been a ravaged garden of weeping,
of grief...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Natures Process
Beneath the moon’s light
Elemental's dance
Kokopelli’s play
Didgeridoos full
Of healing magic.

Shamanic chants
Sail through the air
The ether's catch 
The messages;

And healing
Begins its
Precious trek;

Flowing
Through my

Frame.








...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, angel, change, health, image, imagery, philosophy, spiritual,
Form: Diminished Hexaverse
Unite To Peacefully Overthrow Trump Administration part II
oft times brutal not so short, 
but nasty acknowledgement, 
(this anonymous, conscientious, efficacious...
frivolous gent writhes at bloody history), 
yet mindful premeditated how to be worthy, 
and now feels forced to be acquiescent

(as well other citizens might) calling 
(er...actually writing), an...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, abuse, anger, animal, bullying, dad, discrimination, earth,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Within My Avatar
The image within my avatar is my spiritual self,
a girl, who is desperate to connect with her roots.
Beating drums murmur inside my heart it seems,
and I write of aboriginal ancestors found in dreams;
the reality of dream and reality of life...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, how i feel, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Didgeridoo Singing
My didgeridoo singing,
Produces healthy healing;
Vibrations of nature,
Winning my favor.

Energizes my cells,
As crescendo swells.
Vibrations of bliss,
Mother Nature’s kiss.

Great notes are achieved by,
Instruments like these.
Didgeridoo talks of,
Aboriginal walks.

Some insects sent here are,
God’s indentured servants.
...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, appreciation, earth, environment, music, nature, song, sound,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Lost in Art
There are many things that make me happy in life,
but a day when I can go to the art gallery is the best;
I walk the many rooms totally lost and delighted with the art,
from room to room I view, Gothic,...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, art,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Colour Of My Heart
Since a child I have wandered and explored,
the forest and all the meadows and streams;
the spirit wind has been my great reward,
my hair taken along with golden leaves.

When, my soul is broken I walk in awe,
of each found wild creature,...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, native american, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Degenerating Democracies
ReGenerating MultiCultural Ecologies

Our unwhole Uniting States'
degenerative republic governing system
was designed by white patriarchal representatives
to expand our polarizing divide
between what a true European Native USA Representative
Senator
CEO supremely looks like,
resonantly sounds like,
resilient health feels like
competing WinLose defensive wealth

To invest in a clearly...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, america, community, health, integrity, math, psychological, science,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member StereoTypologies
If you were a Christian
during various Inquisitions
and pogroms against Jewish communities
and aboriginal tribes,

If you had been a Christian slave owner
trading lack of co-empathic love
for your zealous theoretical salvation agenda,

Would a faithful Moslem or Jewish witness
reasonably assume
your being Christian
also means you...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, america, christian, culture, health, history, patriotic, peace,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Ocean Spirit
Ocean Spirit came to life;
From an Aboriginal gentleman's past life.
We yarned a lot with reciprocation;
Societies problems and invasion.

This he stated with no remotion-

"We are the first people, We came from the Ocean"

For this dedication; I drew this spirit
For his story...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, life, ocean, people, society, spoken word, truth,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Bird Dance
Traditional dance from the dreamtime,
Doing "Bird Dance" at sleep time.
Here I am watching-the bird in it's nest-
To pass down the story of the dancers zest.

A small drawing depicting a story;
Of the bird and of its glory,
Expressed by a traditional dance;
Striking...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, art, bird, dance, dream, time,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member An Inner Knowing, An Absolute Feeling, My Mystical Soul, Self
My words come from an innermost and secret place within me.  Hidden feelings
that I have veiled and concealed over the years.  Words that bleed with emotion
and speak of deep-seated pain and weep with tears.  They spill onto...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, feelings,
Form: Haibun
Jihad
Lord 
What we only did 
To the Native Indian 
The Aboriginal 
    To the Jew 
The Armenian 
“Just wars”
I come not to bring peace 
  I come not to bring peace 
I come not to bring...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, abuse, angst, anxiety,
Form: Narrative
Bulletin From A Gun Shy Freedom Fighter
easy access and proliferation of firearms,
     now begs a serious hard question
     presenting daunting task,
quite aware that passionate
     stalwart supporters of the NRA,

     embrace...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, addiction,
Form: Dramatic monologue
THERE ARE NO BLACK OR WHITE PEOPLE




THERE ARE NO BLACK OR WHITE PEOPLE
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~

I ask why does the human race have to live in denial?
we are but one species ere colour, country, or creed.
no one has ever seen a white or black man, indeed,
parts of the world...Read More
Categories: aboriginal, humanity, racism,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme