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Best Gender Poems

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


Gender
It makes me wonder
This piece is on gender.

Let the heavens thunder
May be it's not a blunder.

Her smiles are warm
There is no harm.

It's only her charm
So...

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© V. Deepa   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: gender, woman,
Form: Couplet



Oh To Have The Balls



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Categories: angst, gender,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Save Our Sisters
A poem about infanticide of girls...

"Save Our Sisters!"

Many girls lost, many girls missed
Many girls lost, never to be Ms.
Strings of girls, strands of pearls, 
Gone,...

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Categories: gender, 12th grade, abortion, children,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sometimes The Ignorance Of A Man
she said my words tore away at her.

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Categories: gender,
Form: Free verse
Society Killed The Teenager
Society Killed The Teenager

So you want to be a princess, and save the prince yourself?
Or take steps on the moon?
Can’t you see I won’t let...

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Categories: america, gender, satire,
Form: Free verse



Playing games with tennis balls
>Playing games with tennis balls?

Men, playing games with tennis balls!
Earn far too much dough.
In the game of tennis you know.
Some male players are now acting...

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Categories: cool, encouraging, games, gender,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Through the mirror
So now I know
Life has played its part
I never would believe
that I could die
from a broken heart

No you can’t mend me
it’s been far too long
everyone...

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Categories: gender, betrayal, confusion, cry, depression,
Form: Lyric
Wearing Depends In the Deep End
I am whatever you say I am 
currently I'm the eyes of the world
it's what they discovered when
daddy tied a pork chop around my neck...

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Categories: deep, education, gender,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Lord Harry's Front
Old Lord Harry put up a good front.
He hid socks in his pants as a stunt.         ...

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Categories: funny, gender,
Form: Limerick
Something About Nothing
Something About Nothing
(2007)

It seems as if I’m giving my everything for nothing.
This conflict really means something to me, 
Because my everything are all of my...

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Categories: emotions, feelings, gender, high
Form: I do not know?
Enlightened By Anima
I bridged the chasm and entered ambiguous halls
Climbed over barbed fences inside my mind's walls
To glimpse the core of how men and women relate
Among flowering...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, gender,
Form: Rhyme
PROUD TO BE

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Categories: gender, identity,
Form: Than-Bauk
Transgender
Know you not, that I live in pain?
With features that drives me insane,
No matter, how much I try in vain,
I am a girl in a...

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Categories: gender, anti bullying, discrimination, fashion,
Form: Carpe Diem
Hijacked by Lexicon Thievery
This poem may get into trouble,
The world wants identity double.
Attempting to culture commonality,
The world champions individuality.

Theft of language has become all too common,
Yesterday’s use today...

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Categories: change, color, confusion, gender,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member All's Fair in Love and Hair
There was a man from you-know-where
Who liked his ladies bare, down there
He met a bald gal
Who said, 'Call me Al'
Showing more, down there, than just...

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Categories: funny, gender, hair, silly,
Form: Limerick
NISKRITI translated as FINALLY SAVED
Giant poet gem, Tagore’s story-poem: NISKRITI,
Is a piazza perched paved and perfectly paced beauty;
Scale model of a castle of vast poetic kingdom,
That has spread into...

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Categories: gender, life, women,
Form: Rhyme
Specs On Sex


   Gender is a line that is not level
   A plumb line swinging bearing fruit




2/7/2020...

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Categories: gender,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Good News
Good News

Every day I get up and pray, 
Lord... please... 
some good news for a change. 
Something worth saying to my family, 
to my friends,...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: gender, abortion, abuse, allah, america,
Form: Free verse
Division against Humanity
Black vs white vs dark skin vs “yellow bone
Men vs women vs straight vs homosexual
Poor vs the rich vs Afro vs weave 
Christian vs Muslim...

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Categories: gender, anti bullying, class, color,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Judging Others
Judging Others…
whimsical law?

It is a kangaroo court, 
and the clowns have just arrived. 
Dressed in suits and ties, 
eating pies.

They think they know best, 
they...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: betrayal, confidence, gender, leadership,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member He Settled For The Moon
she could have been 
his sun
to light his path 
to far away 
meadows 
he could not stand 
her piercing 
brightness 
he settled 
for the moon...

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Categories: gender, boyfriend, break up, destiny,
Form: Free verse
VENT
VENT

Those 4 letters hold the key,
They’re the fundamental difference between you and me.
For you are not woman,
You are a man.
You try to fix things,
 I...

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Categories: funny, gender, humorous,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Way of all flesh
At five foot four and seven stone,
Steve was all skin and bone,
At six foot two and twenty stone,
Brenda was all muscle and tone.

A love story...

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Categories: gender, god, humanity, love,
Form: Rhyme
Nonbeliever
Nonbeliever
by Michael R. Burch writing as Kim Cherub

She smiled a thin-lipped smile
(What do men know of love?)
then rolled her eyes toward heaven
(Or that Chauvinist above?).
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Categories: atheist, christian, gender, god,
Form: Verse
South African Freedom Day
freedom day 
(april the 27th 1994)


far too many brave compatriots died

and

flooding rivers of tears were cried

far too many families ripped apart

with

daggers cutting into their heart

the...

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Categories: gender, forgiveness, history, hope, life,
Form: I do not know?