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Society Alliteration Poems

These Society Alliteration poems are examples of Alliteration poems about Society. These are the best examples of Alliteration Society poems written by international poets.


La Pieta
Then, he knew why he must hew
old memories from marble- 
emotions quarried from heart's slew- 
Oblique fight with his faith's garble

Cut block unfolds Christ, enthroned
on...

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Categories: appreciation, art, devotion, jesus,



Retrograde Liberty

You’re a consumer pawn on the cargo chessboard,
being merchandise moved 
by the mighty, 
free-market bellow powers-that-be:
The Babble Tower titans of industry

And the fawning, vote hopes...

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Categories: destiny, history, imagery, society,

Premium Member Contamination
Conscientiously Combat Contamination:
  Pass punitive laws policing polluters
  Keep chemicals from killing crops like corn
  Plink and plunk pests with pure, perfect...

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Categories: earth, humanity, society,

WHO TELLS
What do you say now?
Is there anybody who want to foul?
Standing behind and knocking,
Little lady....I see this sparkle rocking,
Life is full of dream,
Can't distinguish the...

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Categories: 6th grade,

A ROBBED SCHOLAR
"Pack the chairs,no souls will be entertained here",
Politics is stealing the future of scholars,
The faith is rather picking blemishes from religious pillars,
Can't make it plain...

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Categories: allegory, bereavement,

Mine's Bigger Than Yours

My golden ego soars higher than yours
I can hold my breath longer underwater
of course,
because my publican lungs are stronger than yours
I can outshout your taxing...

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Categories: allusion, corruption, political, power,

Life is
Life is a pile of misfit clothes leaving a walkway to my door
it is a series of unfinished to do lists lost on the floor
it...

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Categories: analogy, change, endurance,



Can I Get an E
explanations of life's complexity seem more like 
eager delusions designed to keep us tame, all my 
energy is sucked out of my soul as I...

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Categories: confusion, crazy, emotions, grief,

Checkmate
Pawn
You've been a peon, lowly pawn your whole life
Never amounted to much,
nothing much ever went right
Grew up dirt piss poor,
never knew the reason why
you were...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, life, metaphor,

CORRUPTION
  CORRUPTION
I look at the horizon of life,
the destiny of our country
No love,, passing infatuation
with crucifixion of hearts and souls

Blindfolded
worsened by highhandedness
closely followed by...

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Categories: betrayal, chanukah, corruption, depression,

DANGEROUS UNDERSTANDING OF WOES
The brutality in American PRISONS IS UNDENIABLY  UNJUST AND UNBELIEVABLY
UNCONSTITUTIONAL
Which is truly unbalanced with police brutality in PUBLIC.
I DO not for the SAKE OF...

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Categories: anxiety, prison,

The Lost Light
This is a story too difficult to tell
It makes my eyes well
But to the world it must be said
For a saint is lying slain
Her life...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Sunweed
                        Sunweed



Sunflower...

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Categories: flower, metaphor, nature,

Premium Member MATERIALISTIC
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Categories: desire, money, society,

THE PROLETARIAN
THE PROLETARIAN
The ordinary people we are
The common people of the abandoned street
Homeless not Hopeless in our quest
Looking up to the Forest Lords
We are kicked left...

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Categories: abuse, age, art,

Premium Member WEATHERING THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT
     WEATHERING THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT

 In this, the death prone winter of our discontent,
the world lay languishing from mitotic...

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Categories: allegory, america, conflict, history,

OMISSION OF TRADITION 7-24-15
It has never been my intension
nor was it ever a bone of contention 
to alter or disrupt the social convention
but now is the time to...

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Categories: allegory, assonance, betrayal, conflict,

Premium Member Rainbows Dreaming of Gray
Scrambling tooth and nail for a patterned fate
I approached the lofty mansion of Learning's Gate.
All cued up for a slip of paper - the one...

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Categories: allegory, education, freedom, growing

Hope Drunk
Hope Drunk
Kenneth Alexander

It’s harder, than ever, these days to see the bright side of life, what with reality the way it is.

Suffering imminent, never ending...

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Categories: poverty, society, spoken word,

In another life
Maybe in another lifetime
There will be no classifications or 
generalizations, nor discriminations.
Stereotypical consultations of 
people with no limitations of racial 
inclinations.

Shall external images forever 
dominate?
With...

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Categories: environment


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