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Best Activists Poems

Below are the all-time best Activists poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of activists poems written by PoetrySoup members

Premium Member We are Nasty Women
We are Nasty Women

When we hear haughtiness, we name it
When we see bullying, we blame it

We are Nasty Women

We do not daintily defer
For selfish whims...

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Categories: activists, character, confidence, courage, strength,
Form: Rhyme

for such a time as this of political upheaval and economic uncertainty
how does anyone go about determining what is their God-given destiny?
what is our purpose...

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Categories: activists, dedication, faith, hope, inspirational,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Misdirected Anger
Nightmares, jungles, blood on hands
Unjust war in distant lands
Scars that no one else can see
Memories doing battle with his sanity
Off to war, a rich man’s...

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Categories: activists, confusion, warwar, home, home,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member A Lullaby Poem for PD
(sing to tune of Hush Little Baby)

Hush, little PD, don't say a word.
Nathan's gonna buy you a mocking bird.

If that bird makes fun of you....

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Categories: activists, funny, bird, bird, ,
Form: Couplet
Save the Tiger
Save the glory,save the pride,
Save India 's Tigers, save the indigenous wild. 
Save the unearthly beauty, save the exquisite roar.
Save the Royals by the Sunderbans'...

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Categories: activists, animal, community, earth, humanity,
Form: Rhyme

A New Hope shown by Anna Hazare in India
For more details, please see my Blog dated 7th April 11 
'In India, a new Revolution is in the offing'

A New  Hope shown by...

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Categories: activists, dedicationworld, people, april, change,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Street Garden

Ever pass a street garden
On the lower East Side
You know the kind
Long and narrow
Squeezed between two tenements
Ever wonder how it came to be
Who made it?

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Categories: activists, life, garden,
Form: Narrative
A Poem for US Citizens And Politicians
 NOTE:  This Poem is dedicated 
To all those mother and fathers 
Who have lost 
Their dear little ones
In he recent US killing.

A Poem...

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Categories: activists, dedication, words, parents, lost,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member China Spies and Lies
China Spies and Lies

Concentration camps in the north
disappearing book sellers in the south
Chinese spies hunt one and all
Army of thieves , worldwide

Zhao Ziyang, where is...

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Categories: activists, abuse, art, corruption, political,
Form: Free verse
I woke watching television news
The jet plane is soaring high note
Operation Sulu is launched forth
Until the intruders to get out
Malaysia always chose to peace
Come and...

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© Neldy Jolo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: activists, beautiful, child, childhood, confusion,
Form: Ballad
Manipulations, misrepresentations and government violations,
America has been terrorising for many generations.
Spying allegations, secret conversations,
US imperialism continues to destroy nations.
Cheers and celebrations for leader’s assassinations,
Activists disliked...

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© Wes Martin  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: activists, conflict, corruption, evil, sad,
Form: Rhyme
A Pet Peeve
A Pet Peeve

By: Olivia Rodrigue

A smile that reeks desperation
A mascaraed eye batted intently
Your falsified figures and fancies
Undermine others of my generation

To think that a woman...

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Categories: activists, future, gender, identity, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Double Standards
When one makes viable peace 
Between erstwhile colonial whites 
And erstwhile colonized blacks 
To the advantage of the whites
We urge for a Nobel Peace Prize

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Categories: activists, conflict, peace, political,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Before the Days of Censorship
Before the days of censorship, 
         I longed to be heard, 
no one to keep my secrets...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: activists, confusion, life, world,
Form: Rhyme
Pity My City

Pity my city
I pity my city there is no dignity in this city
There is no justice no freedom
Street children in a locked hall, shocking
County council...

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Categories: activists, city, corruption, evil, humanity,
Form: Ballad
A Beast of Chirality
I blink my eyes and then the world is gone. 

Open once again to see some peons upon the lawn.

They came to hear the Lion...

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Categories: activists, anger, conflict, courage, hyperbole,
Form: Free verse
Loves The Dead
Loves the Dead

My mother loves the
dead she has a curious
fascination with the

She loves to attend
the funerals of
family members
and even strangers.

My mother is the
first person to...

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© Mel Brake  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: activists, funeral, humor, love, mother,
Form: Free verse
Gender Based Violence [GBV]
There is more suffering
Hide not rape, child defilement, spouse battering__
Mental torture and verbal abuse
You must seek peace, love,forgiveness and justice
Then you will...

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Categories: activists, grief, gender, violence,
Form: Choka
How we See
How would you react when you knew you don't fit in. When who you are is looked down upon as a sin. I am an...

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Categories: activists, anti bullying, gender, hope,
Form: Rhyme
They were hippies 
and societal dropouts.
Scholars, poets and 
pot smoking draft dodgers.
Civil right activists,
and anti-war protesters.
Patriots and soldiers
fighting an unpopular war.

Relationships were confused
and marriage became...

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© Ed Coet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: activists, education, history, philosophy, political,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Love Lesson Planning
First, imagine, if you can,
"Love" is not just a many splendored thing,
although it is that,
but behaviorists and existentialists behavioralize
the complex of emotions and consciousness
wearing that...

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Categories: activists, conflict, culture, discrimination, health,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member BLACK PANTHER
Wakandan African Chieftain King
Married to X-Man Storm
A scientists, prince King hero Avenger
Civil rights activists here and in Africa
Some in New York's Hells Kitchen calls him...

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Categories: activists, black african american, caregiving,
Form: Heroic Couplet
Premium Member Did You Ever Notice
Did you ever notice
our vampire legends
are almost always patriarchal,
sometimes even princely
and excruciatingly royalist,

While witches plot and evil plan
in coven craven circles
more undershadow than legendary.

Wizards might...

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Categories: activists, courage, green, health, humor,
Form: Political Verse
TUNNEL VISION Food for thought
Pick a bad apple?  Cut down the apple tree?

Tunnel vision alive and well, in good old USA
it's really not about a flag, it's just...

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© Pete Yuhas  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: activists, america, conflict, corruption, history,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Trust No One
I now must live my life by a code, "Trust No One."
I know the extent my government will go with their ruthless intimidation.
Your worst enemy...

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Categories: activists, corruption, loneliness, political,
Form: Rhyme