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Charter Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
CHARTER password reset phone number 1800 828 0294 ASIF MOHAMMAD ASIF Classicism Classicism charter, adventure, atheist, bullying, daffodils,
SPACESTRATION Allan Terry Bio Bio charter, guitar, mystery, myth, mythology,
Chiller Charlie Debjani Mitra Epitaph Epitaph charter, death, drink, grave,
50 Words for Poe: Azrael Lady Labyrinth Free verse Free verse charter, dark, gothic, imagery, mystery,
CHARTER password reset phone number 1800 828 0294 asif mohammad asif Chant Royal Chant Royal charter, bereavement,
Premium Member Poem LET'S CHARTER A YACHT david lines Lyric Lyric charter, beach, fun, love, romantic,
Where I Come From Annabelle Dillon ABC ABC charter, family, love,
Premium Member Poem NRIs Arrive on November 16th Caren Krutsinger Narrative Narrative charter, money, political, school,
Premium Member Poem IF EVER I HAD A COUNTRY : XXXI and XXXII T Wignesan Dramatic Monologue Dramatic Monologue charter, business, leadership, power, rights,
RESPONSIBLE PARENTS MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA I do not know? I do not know? charter, character, children, corruption, education,
Human rights Christopher Flaherty Free verse Free verse charter, corruption,
Battle of the Weightloss Drama Lovie Divine Free verse Free verse charter, beauty, woman,
Premium Member Poem Time Will Tell Geoffrey Brewer Narrative Narrative charter, science fiction,
Premium Member Poem Visitor Finale - A collaboration with July Morning Maria Williams Narrative Narrative charter, adventure, romance, science fiction,
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Premium Member Poem Choked On A Jelly Bean Jack Ellison Limerick Limerick charter, fun,
My teacher-A butterfly Meghana Shakthi Ashwin Kumar Iyer Rhyme Rhyme charter, butterfly, inspiration, teacher,
The Vagrant Shay Deeny Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue charter, angst, corruption, discrimination, mental
A Senior Moment - part uno MATTHEW harris Elegy Elegy charter, dedication, happiness, high school,
A Senior Moment - part dos MATTHEW harris Elegy Elegy charter, age, angel, appreciation, beautiful,
The Song of Billy Sing Paul Warren Ballad Ballad charter, remember, world war i,
Santa Catalina Island Alfred Berggren Rhyme Rhyme charter, travel,
Freedom's Lament Peter Korte ABC ABC charter, freedom,
Premium Member Poem Balancing Work and Play Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry Prose Poetry charter, christian, destiny, god, health,
Premium Member Poem The Christian-Taoist Continues Standing Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse charter, baptism, community, culture, earth,
Premium Member Poem Talking Mirrors Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry Prose Poetry charter, earth, health, humanity, humor,
Premium Member Poem Translation of Aboriginal Charter of Rights by Oodgeroo Noonuccal T Wignesan Free verse Free verse charter, political, prejudice, racism,
Disappointment Evolved Robert Ludden Free verse Free verse charter, appreciation,
Beauty in Thy Eyes Debbie McGill Free verse Free verse charter, absence, age, beauty, bereavement,
Premium Member Poem To Brexit or Not to Brexit Bob Moore Rhyme Rhyme charter, england, patriotic, political,
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Premium Member Poem 1969 catherine labeau Free verse Free verse charter, adventure,
Cities Mike Jones Free verse Free verse charter, urban,
The Seeds of Peace 4 Dr Mohammad Golshani niya Free verse Free verse charter, peace,
Keep An Eye On Moon Flower Triolet Triolet charter, senses,
The Broken Heart Mikayla Borchard I do not know? I do not know? charter, abuse, death,
EARLY FINGERS MAKE FLOWERS OF ALL THINGS Ernest Robles Free verse Free verse charter, poems, poetry, poets,
Un-Welcome to America Pete Yuhas Rhyme Rhyme charter, america, conflict, humanity, identity,
Journey's End-Rich Balveen Cheema Imagism Imagism charter, adventure, appreciation, beauty, dream,
Premium Member Poem The Original Magna Carta Rhoda Monihan Rhyme Rhyme charter, community, corruption, god, history,
Premium Member Poem Going Towards the Unknown Eve Roper Abecedarian Abecedarian charter, voyage,
Beach House in my Soul Troy Snyder Rhyme Rhyme charter, beach, beauty, inspirational, nature,
Premium Member Poem RENT Marilyn Williams Free verse Free verse charter, anxiety, conflict, environment, life,
At Runnymede Mike Jones Couplet Couplet charter, anniversary, history,
WHY AFRICA Bongani Zungu I do not know? I do not know? charter, africa, anti bullying, anxiety,
Premium Member Poem FOR EULOGIES UPON EULOGIES FOR MURDERED SONS millard lowe Elegy Elegy charter, bereavement, death, grief, hurt,
Lifeless out of water Dr. Upma A. Sharma Quintain (English) Quintain (English) charter, bereavement, lost love,
sex's butter mark junor Ballad Ballad charter, beautiful, beauty,
still dee clarke sim Verse Verse charter, conflict, corruption, discrimination, heartbroken,
Premium Member Poem C P P A Battle William J. Jr. Atfield Rhyme Rhyme charter, political, prejudice,
The Destiny Durlabh Singh Classicism Classicism charter, feelings, introspection, longing,
What a Trip robert johnson Rhyme Rhyme charter, humor, travel,

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Charter Poem Example

WHY AFRICA

Why Africa

Africa is yet again up in arms
And the host nation is South Africa this time
Africans, open your eyes and see
After these attacks what will we benefit

Xenophobia is like pus 
The wound that is resistant to healing
Xenophobia is like mushrooms
Popping whenever a thunder of ignorance strikes

What did we mean when we jointly said 
We, the people of South Africa
Declare for all our country and the world to know that
South Africa belongs to all who live in it, black and White!

In June 26 1955 a word went forth
The Kliptown word echoed through the globe
From that day on, South Africa’s mission
Was to accommodate all those who dwell in it

Now we are turning our backs to the world
Where our wealth is coming from
We have turned our nectar’s wealth into a doormat
Wiping our bloody hands with Freedom charter!  

Can we really hide behind poverty
And blame foreign nationals for taking all our bread
Where else we struggle to make earns meat
Due to hand out attitude we adopted after apartheid

Our authorities has done well to appease sins of the past
They gave free education, social grants to name few
Other things can be free but we need to realize that
Self support requires hard work and innovation

My fellow brothers and sisters, Africans!
Resist ideologies that torn us apart
And employ neutrality to embrace other nationalities 
Shun xenophobia and learn from one another.   

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