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Best Indignation Poems

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Premium Member INDIGNATION

No, my Lord,

Mercy, for their wretched souls, I could

Never ask

Let them burn into eternity for their atrocious crimes,

Committed against humanity 


Against the law of Thy...

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Categories: indignation, evil, god, love,
Form: Epigram

Premium Member From Awe to Indignation
Faint yellow is the first to appear
Leaves march forth in harmonic progression
To autumn’s clock all must adhere
Amber, scarlet and purple in procession
Bring gasps of wonder...

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Categories: indignation, autumn,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Jealousy Rages
She storms into the room
there is fire in her eyes
and thunder in her step
rage rumbling reckless
She's livid
a live wire of fire
She's on the move
To punish

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Categories: indignation, jealousy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Good Cry
A final ugly bellow followed by the front door's slam and then. . .
the natural and sweet respite of silence. 
She remained where he'd left...

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Categories: indignation,
Form: Free verse
The Spider's Reproach
Upon a walk, I took the time, 
To sit beneath a tree. 
I paused a moment, to light a smoke, 
when small voice spoke to...

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Categories: indignation, 7th grade, 8th grade, health, humorous,
Form: Narrative

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: indignation, dedication, faith, hope, inspirational, passion, socialgod,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Exasperation over Expectations
Today’s students strive only to meet expectations
We used to go all out to exceed expectations
Young people have no real goals, just vague destinations
Their minds seem...

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Categories: indignation, angst, schoolpeople, people,
Form: Monorhyme
What a slap in the face!
It’s an international disgrace!

(Descriptive distraction)
and (subversion in action)

It’s now commonly used in parlance by judiciary
while in literature this prevalent (lie)...

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Categories: indignation, caregiving, childhoodme, , literature,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Cygnus olor
Chaste and more graceful
Than the white canvassed Dhow:
Reclines sweet Nefertiti 
Upon a Blue Nile breeze.
Fabled entity more whiter
Than the purest white snow
That thickly blankets
And folds...

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Categories: indignation, nature,
Form: Rhyme
~ A collaboration between Sandra Lopez Lambert and Wally Flint ~


the day that I was diagnosed
I feared for those I loved the most
how would they...

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Categories: indignation, anger, cancer, death, depression,
Form: Rhyme
I didn't want anyone
to have a sad Christmas,
so I roamed Manhattan's star-decorated streets,
where many a homeless weeps...
where was I to find that someone,
if not in...

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Categories: indignation, happiness, holiday, love, music, peace, people,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Unforgiven
my best friend and I
believed one day we would be
golden girls cruising

all over nothing
I was cast in a role as
the unforgiven

despite my attempts
at reconciliation ....

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Categories: indignation, forgiveness, friend,
Form: Senryu
Salute to a Man of Mud with an Unblemished Heart
Salute to a Man of Mud with an Unblemished Heart 
Rommel E. Gabitan

Clouds of mud cover his forsaken face
His hair showing strands of entangled complexities

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Categories: indignation, inspirational, heart, heart,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Genius and Madness
Thin line of perception between genius and mania
Monsters in misunderstood minds
More fearsome than Transylvania's elite

Rebellious Van Gogh’s indignation
Self portrait of passion wedded with lunacy
Artist’s perplexing...

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Categories: indignation, introspection, life,
Form: Free verse
Shadows in Hiding - collaboration with Jake Ponce
Written by: David William Breidenthal and Jake Ponce 

D: Blessed breeze sweeps over us 
J: Whenever I leave the door ajar at night, 
J: I...

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Categories: indignation, angst, conflict, confusion, courage, depression, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 34
I listened to his heart profusely, 
For a beat like his was much to ponder
I often wondered, his thoughts, and,
A light in me knew, with...

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Categories: indignation, desire, destiny, endurance, feelings, heart, leadership,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Light Of Reckoning -2
The Roman administrators came for the wealth of our worship
demanding that I crack the church's coffers wide open
for their needs, for the Empire's desperate embellishments,

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Categories: indignation, creation,
Form: Epic
Full circle, karma comes around 360 degrees. 
 When this happens, they'll be brought to their knees.

They have to answer for all they have done.

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Categories: indignation, family, life, sad
Form: Couplet
Premium Member An Immoral Man
I just can’t distinguish between 
the nerves of steel you clasp onto, 
or the weakness in momentary 

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: indignation, abuse, sad love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Poet Dreamer

People find me loyal, softhearted, generous and an intellectual.
I was born the third eldest of ten sisters and two brothers 
I love my mate, our...

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Categories: indignation, 10th grade, brother, character, giving, identity,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Pale shelter
Ashen was the sky 
That rejected hand of sunrise
Sullen was the heart
That stumbled in affection,

Incapable of lauding
Ruby blush of budding rose
And pink passions on horizon

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Categories: indignation, angst, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rejecting her plea to renegotiate what was
Evoking sullen quests of a lonesome mind
She stepped outside under the starry skies
Only to find, one more time, no one replied

It was a vibrant sky...

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Categories: indignation, emotions, love hurts,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Where was Venus yesterday
Crick-crack shoulder blades
Locking as the tension rises
Precious passion spits and fades 
beneath the ash of compromises
Where was Venus yesterday?
Pruning roses? Plumping cushions?
Where was Venus yesterday

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Categories: indignation, break up, god, heartbroken, love,
Form: Rhyme
The Salon Of Forbidden Thought
The Salon of Forbidden Ideas
is a place where the free-thinkers go
to express their unsanctioned opinions
and explore what they aren't meant to know...

At twilight, they slip...

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Categories: indignation, america, analogy, freedom, perspective, philosophy, political,
Form: Rhyme
I have something to say and 
for what lies ahead to God Almighty 
we must incessantly pray.
We look up to those we should 

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Categories: indignation, courage, fear, slam, voice, drug,
Form: Free verse