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American Poems - Poems about American

American Poems - Examples of all types of poems about american to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for american.

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Premium Member Within Our Grasp
Frightened freedom fans, stopped listening to their hearts. And confused Christians chastise others who have chosen not to forsake their souls for political gain, greed, and hate. Division; is a ploy skilled at drawing emotions from old wounds, while interjecting patriotic words for impact and...Read More
Categories: american, 10th grade, america, angst,
Form: Free verse



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, and psychology, And provides useful...Read More
Categories: black african american, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Perfect Slogan
'Black Lives Matter' the perfect 'PC' slogan to mask criminal activity to 'Defund the Police' For if black lives truly matter the group's aims and its violent means are the height of hypocrisy Just ask...Read More
Categories: black african american, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Haunting Adventures Of A Dirty Blonde Knight-Mighty Ego Trip
Escaping from the wintry plight Fearless knight Having golden locks With a physique like a rock Walked up and down the mountainous block In the village filled with sweets And treats Back at the romantic...Read More
Categories: american, fantasy, hero, lust, marriage,
Form: Rhyme
Two Faced
politician curses Andrew Jackson lives on stolen land...Read More
Categories: irony, native american, political,
Form: Senryu



Premium Member Under Soft Moonlit Skies, Lonely Howls Heard
Under Soft Moonlit Skies, Lonely Howls Heard Within wolfen heart, her hellish hunger arose, ultimate power to destroy as yet unknown- she lit her candle and caressed a red rose crying in the light, far away her dreams had...Read More
Categories: art, native american, race,
Form: Rhyme
Puppeteers of America
How supreme the images portray Painted in only white canvases on display No vibrant pigments of differences Cultures or brush strokes of excellences How dull the mind of multitudes Who judge the immigrants of other latitudes Following paths of leaders lacking...Read More
Categories: black african american, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
on your mind
Your natural inclination for smileage puts a lion’s share of mileage between me and all that’s acidic. Not being anti Semitic but I’d love to adorn you with a crown of roses: no thorns. I’ll build...Read More
Categories: american, analogy, art, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Free verse
MAKAVELI
In loving memory of a legend deeply missed Taken 2 soon which gets me pi##ed The best musician in lifes childhood Highly misunderstood by ignorant do goods Wrongly accused of so many crimes Punished for speakin up so many times The...Read More
Categories: america, black african american,
Form: Rhyme
My existence
My existence is because of the Omnipresence He is my only harbour God is the reason I smile God loves me in all the while God is the power behind my child I always pray that He understands me...Read More
Categories: american, allah, analogy, appreciation, beauty,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Fangs In The Snowfall Veils
Fangs in the snowfall veils, in the cruel wintry gales, a large pack of pure wild, gray, black, white wolves innocent in their nature like a child, their frosty breath exhales as they pursue their prey, a herd of elk desperately trying to...Read More
Categories: animal, native american, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Herman Cain's Pizza Chain
Herman Cain was his name And he headed up a pizza chain No virtue signaler was he ~ Opened up jobs in the black community...Read More
Categories: appreciation, black african american,
Form: Clerihew
I Can't Breathe
Blasting cities with Innocent crowds... "I can't breathe.." Screamed, the humanity.. Shattered shrine on a day, so divine... "I can't breathe.." Yelled, the humanity.. Tearful lass before the drooling hounds.. "I can't breathe.." Cried, the humanity.. Silenced giant under racist beasts... "I can't breathe.." Murmured, the humanity.. On the verge of...Read More
Categories: black african american, death,
Form: Free verse
Allegiance
Declare your allegiance in this separated world Led by deliberate ignorance chomping on gold Lining up for your turn based on your make believe sin Punishments justified and blamed on your skin Safe at their table where everything is...Read More
Categories: black african american, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
Bronze Game Piece
I did not know that my color bled Into each word drenched in red Not from blood that runs in my veins From the white power death forever reigns My lips move with desperate...Read More
Categories: anger, black african american,
Form: Free verse

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