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Civil Poems - Poems about Civil

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Premium Member That Was Then, This Is Now
... "Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it" George Santayana. The American Revolutionary War was The 13 colonies' war for independence. Their beliefs and resolve were so ......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, america, time,
Form: Prose Poetry



Premium Member A Cinematic Vision-I Saw God But Now What
...Yes, I affirm, I have seen God But He appeared and then disappeared This knowing that transcends mind, left me awed But until what’s imbibed is assimilated, by fears I’m seared—Unseeking Seeke......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, god, spiritual, spoken word,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FBI ARLINGTON HEIGHTS ILLINOIS CIVIL RIGHTS DIVISION CRISIS TEAM OF CONFIDENTIAL HUMAN SOURCES
...CRISIS TEAM : HELLO WE ARE HERE TO HELP AGENT BROWN: I AWAKEN EVERY NIGHT IN TOTAL FEAR FOR MY SAFETY AFTER WEARING WIRES PREGNANT BUYING WEAPONS AND DRUGS FEARING FOR MINE AND MY CHILDREN LIVES ......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, america, analogy, anxiety, forgiveness,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
1960
... Johnny Cash gives it away for free, John K says he would like to be Prez. Richard Nixon will run against him, so the republican party says. Lamar Cox gets 44th KO, ‘The Stilt’ scores 58 in o......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
THE CRADLE
...I am a child of war, misery, anger and suffering. I grew up with sadness, uncertainty and anxiety. I took refuge in solitude to avoid human bestiality and its hypocrisy. My distress illuminated......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, 12th grade, africa, allegory,
Form: Free verse



WHERE DID WE LOSE OUR WAY?
...We harboured a dream Believing freedom would bring us joy We sought to liberate ourselves From the shackles of colonial reign Freedom arrived, vast and unrestrained To our prayers God answered......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Creation as Comes from Chaos
...As cave-dweller O man, thou wert crudest, Ere nigh modest and a bit civil made, In a painstaking long march to the crest, ye evolved as seed of creed mutated, And struggled hard before ye s......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, creation, hope,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member The Loving Kind
...We love we cry we laugh we are the loving tree we grow and we know I'm brown he's creamy we are broken but we are one our love tormented since 1958 in VA. our love hated taunted buying ......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, discrimination, family, happiness, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Legendary Teacher and Student
...Born in New England in the wake of the Civil War, Her folks fled Irish famine and landed on our shore. At age five, she took sick, losing almost all her sight. At eight, her mother died, and h......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, education, hero, inspirational, school,
Form: Rhyme
Ode to Pot Holes
... Oh gaping chasm of misfortune A sign of council extortion? Roads not fit for purpose Driving makes us nervous Neglect of civil responsibility The cause of such hostility Oh pot hole why so ......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, car, corruption, england, funny,
Form: Rhyme
I dread the United States presidential 2024 outcome
...I dread the United States presidential 2024 outcome... Whereby yours truly presages and doth abhor nothing short of an imminent civil war dwarfing insurrection on January 6, 2021 oddly enough e......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, abuse, america, anger, animal,
Form: Free verse
Autistic and Mixed
... In a world that is loud and bright, one can struggle to make sense of sight. Despite my mind being wired different, It does not make me any less brilliant. I am Autistic and Mixed, a distinct......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, mental health,
Form: Rhyme
Elitist's Outcome
...Elitist's Outcome America is crumbling Invasions almost complete They're silencing all our voices Our rights trying to deplete Freedom's quickly dwindling Indoctrination the way Corruption's......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, evil, faith, political,
Form: Verse
Premium Member civil war
...Hamlet, sharpen your sword of trust, for Macbeth is surely waiting. The specter of ‘Civil war’ stalks the land and the ghosts of senseless violence, so long docile, have come to hollow-eyed attent......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, america, conflict, emotions, fear,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ReCentering Domestic NonViolence
...This brisk, sunny March morning, I return from delivering my son to his adult daycare van. Upon opening The Norwich Times, I delight to read the new Center for Safe Futures "will be taking a hug......Read the rest...
Categories: civil, culture, depression, health, hope,
Form: Parallelismus Membrorum

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