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Antelope Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Antelope Ashley Conte Tanka Tanka antelope, animal,
Premium Member Poem Lioness Waits for Dinner Caren Krutsinger Personification Personification antelope, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Breath In, Breath Out curtis johnson Couplet Couplet antelope, beauty, rain, sunshine, weather,
Trusted non Trumpeting Flora And Fauna Emerge Out matthew harris Lyric Lyric antelope, adventure, angel, animal, appreciation,
Spiritual Warfare curtis johnson Couplet Couplet antelope, christian, family, lonely, sin,
Premium Member Poem RAINFOREST ANTHOLOGY Tom Cunningham Haiku Haiku antelope, animal, insect, nature, rainforest,
What Intended To Be Praise Of A Cold Shower matthew harris Ode Ode antelope, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Dogs Dream Steve Sant Limerick Limerick antelope, animal, fantasy, nonsense,
His Destiny Wed Kurt Philip Behm Rhyme Rhyme antelope, destiny,
Premium Member Poem Once Upon A Reservation Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse antelope, destiny, education, environment, green,
A funny thing happened on the way to the zoo Timothy McGuire Rhyme Rhyme antelope, animal,
SMOKER RAVAGES UMA MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA Light Verse Light Verse antelope, environment, fire, pollution,
Premium Member Poem Elsabob Comes To The Forest Caren Krutsinger Narrative Narrative antelope, animal, fairy, fantasy, friend,
Premium Member Poem AFRICAN ANTHOLOGY Tom Cunningham Haiku Haiku antelope, africa, animal, nature, water,
Premium Member Poem MUSTANGS Curtis Moorman Rhyme Rhyme antelope, freedom, horse,
Premium Member Poem Why Do People Shop Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse antelope, cute, funny, how i
Odyssey from Africa 15b Phil Salmon Narrative Narrative antelope, adventure, africa, history, humanity,
Africa Yuhi Musinga Free verse Free verse antelope, 8th grade, africa, animal,
SHUSH - Inspired by Tom Cunningham Mick Talbot Haiku Haiku antelope, nature,
The End Of Mankind JOHN JURKOWSKI Free verse Free verse antelope, destiny, earth day, future,
Premium Member Poem Senior Night James Edward Lee Sr. Rhyme Rhyme antelope, allusion, anxiety, community, discrimination,
An alert in a skirt Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, best friend,
night of the full moon Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, allusion,
Pio's Sonnet - I Pio Jasso Sonnet Sonnet antelope, love,
Ass arrangement is an ass assortment Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, beach, beautiful,
Paul Dice MATTHEW harris Ode Ode antelope, angel, appreciation, blessing, character,
Premium Member Poem MY TRIP OUT WEST Curtis Moorman Rhyme Rhyme antelope, remember, travel,
Under the mango tree Mohamed Manzur Bah ABC ABC antelope, allusion, anger, confidence,
Nature Adeyemi Joshua I do not know? I do not know? antelope, allegory,
Premium Member Poem With Only Animals As His Friends Thomas Hsi Free verse Free verse antelope, best friend, creation, paradise,
I Don't Always Understand Dalton Ogletree Rhyme Rhyme antelope, dark, fun, how i
Waffle does wiff it does not woof Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, animal, basketball,
The Adventures of Enea, Part 9 of 13 Michael Coy Quatrain Quatrain antelope,
Premium Member Poem The World Around US Terry O'Leary Rhyme Rhyme antelope, earth, environment, war,
The dab of a wab Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, blessing,
Exfoliation I Am Stanley Ohlswager Light Verse Light Verse antelope, allusion, bereavement, family, happiness,
My Original Love Poem Donna Roberts Lyric Lyric antelope, love,
His Mighty Kunda Chamatete Free verse Free verse antelope, creation, devotion, gospel, heaven,
life with Trump V, VI, VII, VIII Duke Beaufort Limerick Limerick antelope, song,
NEWS Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, abuse, allah, angel, anger,
OLD GREAT GRAND OLYMPIAD Anisha Dutta Acrostic Acrostic antelope, celebration, old,
A sausage casserole Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, appreciation,
JUNGLE LAW COMPETE Messoh Vincent Free verse Free verse antelope, africa, anti bullying, betrayal,
Premium Member Poem Along Roads Less Traveled Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme antelope, nostalgia, travel,
Stops Along An American Dream - Part 1 Jim Sularz Quatrain Quatrain antelope, america, history, travel,
Poetry Grass Larry Bradfield Rhyme Rhyme antelope, funny,
Seven weeks and Six Days Pippi L. Narrative Narrative antelope, body,
miscalculation Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, baptism,
Re-lie Muyideen Ayinla Narrative Narrative antelope, africa, international, political,
vertical volumisation Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? antelope, blessing,

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Antelope Poem Example


It is dark! I could not see
I grasp on the night and I held on to objects that I know not of so tight
Dark! I hear strange voices from afar
but I see not their faces
Because evil is upon  our land and darkness
covers so many places
And our knowledge is limited 
because we live in darkness
Like the colour of our skin 
Our heart is like charcoal and we are blinded by selfishness and greed
And we hinder ourselves from reaching the ultimate goal
We are consumed by hell's fire
Because we have decided to trade our soul
Like the great hunter that sets a trap for an antelope 
It is dark and he is caught by his own net  because he lacks
He lacks the wisdom
But one day we reached the cross road between darkness and light
And good and evil
We met angels whose skin were as white as snow
These men of ivory have seen the light
And their eyes shone like the sun
Oh! see how it glow
And they exposed us to those alien ways
And we cherished those good old colonial days
Because our minds were dark
Our ivory brethren soon depart and left us to take charge of our fate and again
Greed and selfishness
Consumed our thoughts and these brought corruption, decay and rot
It is dark and the more we try to be like the creator
The more we met our destruction
Why conceive the monster of Frankenstein
Capitalism is like a wild fire  or a flame that burns a corpse on the funeral pyre
When it is unguided it will burn its maker
And the corpse will one day bury the undertaker
Doom looms!
And the whole world should be warned
For in a 1000 years from now 
Great poverty and corruption will be reborn
The dehumanization of the entire human race
While the rich and the powerful will migrate to a safer place
To a planet which was once desolate and deserted
While our beloved earth becomes a hell and there nothing these dark minded ogres can not sell
Animals and planets are all extinct except for the man made mutants
The genetically created
Dolly was a sheep and there is no use that cloning should be debated
it is dark and I have nothing to eat
And I try my hands on suicide 
But I can not cheat
And eat jelly fish for supper
How long will we suffer?

It is dark and capitalism rules
Africa becomes a market and a land of great fools
Where foreign made trash are dumped like heaps of sand
And the future is turned backwards by the hands of man
It is dark and natives never try to think
Listen carefully to me my children may be what I am about to say will sink
It is dark!
Gold is plundered and taken away from Africa
And diamonds are sold for under valued currencies
It is dark because we have let  mundane things take control of us
We destroy the delicate balance of nature for the sake of profit
So that we can create a ladder of status and wealth
we take for granted the best things in life
Such as the fear of God, happiness, love and good health

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