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Best Homogeneity Poems

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


The 13th amendment
Footsteps heard from afar 
Caught in the glimpse of 
Strange shadows on walls,
the unknowable visor of 	
approaching men in uniform, 
wedged in the unbroken frames...

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Categories: homogeneity, age, courage, history, political, racism, social,
Form: Concrete



Premium Member THE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE
THE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE

In modern English people time, when the world was full of eminent joy, there lived a man of prestige who was...

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Categories: homogeneity, culture, humanity, i am, identity, image,
Form: Imagism
DYSNOMIA
Conspiracy
Satellites 
Theories
Of Rogue planets
Binary sister stars
Earth
consciousness panics
When Niuburu is really Mars.

Chaos
Global anarchy
Prophecy of Amos
A 9/11 Mobocracy
Gas lighting
Distribute fear with treachery
Suppress knowledge

Heinous blight 
Manipulate under shrouds...

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Categories: homogeneity, allegory, community, corruption, creation, moon, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Children Of The Earth
Children of the Earth, I come to you in song
On a day full of glorious rain
O' glorious rain wash away the pain
Of a yesterday coated...

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Categories: homogeneity, beautiful, earth day, life, love, nature,
Form: Free verse
Of The Dreaded Scourge Currently Afflicting The Municipality And Environ Of My Nativity And Youth
This dread disease that has afflicted my home, 
This malady, this plague on my house;
This making convertible the former quaintness and provincialism thereof 
Into something...

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Categories: homogeneity, adventure, allegory, allusion, anger, anxiety, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?



The Cut
Woe to those that look too far
Into the mysteries of who we are
And dictate that our DNA
Should tell who goes and who can stay

For mapping...

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© Mark Elam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homogeneity, angst, death,
Form: Heroic Couplets
Apoptosis
Sometimes I feel inhuman, like I am an alien trapped in the skin of homo sapiens, trying to fit in. This attire doesn’t suit me--...

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Categories: homogeneity, angst, anxiety, death, depression, discrimination, emotions,
Form: Prose Poetry