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Aborigine Poems

Aborigine Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of aborigine 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 aborigine.

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Singing the Land
A popular person when he was a lad
All those who met him were kinda glad
Until one day it all changed for the worst
He stopped seeing anyone seemingly his bubble burst

He took to the hills to the Outback
And wouldn’t mix with...Read More
Categories: aborigine, best friend, dedication,
Form: Ballad

The Pinancles
40000 years of aborigine dreaming
As a hot sun beat down in daytime beaming
A sacred place where women foraged and gave birth
It was a place for water in a life balancing girth

The local Nyoongar people lived their Dreamtime
In nature’s circle forever...Read More
Categories: aborigine, beauty,
Form: Ballad
Aborigine Diggers
The warrior stands on one leg in the sun
And watches the British fleet drop anchor
These strange white men raise their flag
And the warrior’s land is stolen from him

Over the years they say the warrior is lost
But when Australia marched to...Read More
Categories: aborigine, war,
Form: Free verse
Mr White man you are my Brother
Mr. White Man you are my brother
I am a Black man from Africa
Give me your friendly hands
And I will feel at home in this world

Mr. White Woman you are my sister
I am a Black Woman from Africa
Give me your that...Read More
Categories: aborigine, metaphor, racism, relationship,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Les Protecteurs - Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal's The Protectors by T Wignesan
Les Protecteurs – Translation of Oodgeroo Noonuccal’s “The Protectors” by T. Wignesan

(Note: Oodgeroo never claimed to write poetry à la manière des poètes occidentaux; she said - without mincing words – her lines were sheer ‘propaganda’. Others thought otherwise:
Judith Wright,...Read More
Categories: aborigine, bullying, character, conflict, culture, discrimination, humanity, judgement,
Form: Free verse

Dear Teppo Gren
Probably is too hot for kangaroos. 
So from Melbourne to Perth went on a cruise;
Ended up on greatest place on earth
Where prolific people grow in Perth.

James Thesarious Hilarious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet

Are kangaroos and Aborigine on 
West Coast of...Read More
Categories: aborigine, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Couplet
Worthless World
In the world wide and broad 
Aborigine, distort and deform 
Out of hatred and disgust 
We kill each of us! 
Humanity dies by the hands of human 
Brutality become familiar member 
Kindness and emotions broke up with chamber  
All...Read More
Categories: aborigine, deep, people, sad, world,
Form: Free verse
An Untamed Land

An Untamed Land
Sophie Boswell

 In a faraway continent, south of the equator,
Lies an untamed land
Where much of it has not been touched
By the human hand

This rugged wilderness beneath an azure sky
Lies in the Snowy Mountains
Where the purest water springs from
Underground...Read More
Categories: aborigine, beauty, environment, imagery,
Form: Prose Poetry
I am an Indian, an Aborigine, Arab,
Greek, Norde, African, Chinese..... I am
a human whose alphabet and genes tell tales
of my ancestors' journeys and cultures, as they
roamed around the world; tales about how cultures
were absorbed, or influenced others; kingdoms that reigned,
and...Read More
Categories: aborigine, history, imagery, me, people, philosophy, world,
Form: Free verse
If History Was Food Part 2
If history was food part 2

...Read More
Categories: aborigine, art, food, fun, funny, history, humorous, imagination,
Form: Lyric

Nigga my fade be the meanest this nigga been hot since a foetus                           ...Read More
Categories: aborigine, abuse, anger, christian, discrimination, people, political, drug,
Form: Blank verse
free of commitment
in her persistence

Heartache, trust issues,
her skeletons run a muck.
Physical and mental abuse,
she finally left that schmuck

her benevolent smile
and extremely versatile


committed to money
when he tells his stories

Lone wolf in a den of solace,
independence from captivity.
Free from emotional malice,
let go...Read More
Categories: aborigine, beauty, desire, journey,
Form: I do not know?
The Aborigine Boy
The aborigine boy, his poor young heart was yearning
For the young raven haired girl, a passion was quickly burning
He was to carve his first boomerang to prove he was a man
If it returned back to him, he would carry out...Read More
Categories: aborigine, humorous, romantic, heart, heart, love, boy,
Form: Quatrain
G'day Part 2 A poem for Don
“We’ll need to get him good and drunk, 
So then we can have our way. 
As a Sheila he’ll go in the trunk, 
Then we’ll put him on display.” 

Sam had his sister’s evening gown, 
And a pair of high...Read More
Categories: aborigine, funny, lost, lost, me,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Bleedin' Poetry
The ringmaster left 
but the carnival stayed in town.
Erect, proud, empowered people
stride by living the Crayola dream.
Awash in color, characters in the screenplay,
the scene played with aborigine like dream walkers.

No surface left to its utilitarian plight,
all stroked and stoked with...Read More
Categories: aborigine, adventure, art, childhood, family, fantasy, history, imagination,
Form: Free verse
Gold Fever
Gold Fever 

History will not record the bloated weight
Of this pious and bigoted race 
Or count the fat and flaccid wealth
Of religions idolatry

Those pages have been scrubbed clean
By prosperous forgivingness 
And the cruelty of established political dominion
Will not tally the...Read More
Categories: aborigine, faithfaith, political, perspective,
Form: Free verse
The Big City Gig Part No. Two
"Now when we showed up...
There it was, a professional set...
A huge Hammond B-3 Organ..
(King of all Organs..same as used
by Santana at Woodstock, etc....)
500 pounds of growling power...
Something I'd never seen up close...
With huge spinning Leslie Speakers...
Oh, my God!..,I was finally...Read More
Categories: aborigine, adventure, angst, confusion, education, music, natural disasters,
Form: Bio
It was when I paused a moment from my workload’s pressing call 
that I gazed upon the picture frames which lined my office wall 
and I sensed a strange sensation and was soon to be beguiled 
by the host of...Read More
Categories: aborigine, history, on work and working, women, men,
Form: Rhyme
Can you hear the distant echo of the 
hauntingdidgeridoo,                               ...Read More
Categories: aborigine, places, song-friend, friend,
Form: Ballad