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Cliques Poems - Poems about Cliques

Cliques Poems - Examples of all types of poems about cliques to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for cliques.
Screen of Awareness
...I knew what I know long time ago About the concept of wrong and right Of good and evil, it guides me through It always points me to the light Even if light sometimes change hues It does n......Read More
Categories: cliques, religious,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Acceptance
...Alas it is acceptance that I seek By entering all these contests Can I produce something sleek Demonstrate finesse Early entries are advised For ensuring you get a chance Got to wonder if it's......Read More
Categories: cliques, anxiety,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member The Wagon Man
... The Wagon Man Wagon John, Wanted My Thoughts On Columbine and Gun Control 4-20-2000 The place, was Littleton Colorado, the school, Columbine High. But it could have happened in any s......Read More
Categories: cliques, death, high school, school,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member To Be Uncool
... A child – once solitary - lived inside herself and always dreamed. She wished for popularity. This would be happiness – at least for her it seemed. Popularity never came, but in her thir......Read More
Categories: cliques, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Cheap Chick
...The barnyard was filled with the most notorious cliques. I was tired of trying to out-think these cheap little chicks. They were forever making trouble with their feed and chews. Wringing their ne......Read More
Categories: cliques, farm,
Form: Rhyme

...From the eyes of a child Like the rise of the Nile Are brown rivers of soul and bold green chemistry. Disobedient despite being scold Never believing they'll get old Creating cliques of tribal......Read More
Categories: cliques, black african american, child,
Form: Rhyme
...If you’re a member of a clique you’ll find out very quick who is in and who is out.......Read More
Categories: cliques, discrimination,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cliques Can Be Used in Poetry
...Ignorance is bliss said the uneducated Miss Take the tiger by the tail, and then give a hiss. A snake in the grass thought outside of the box You can’t judge a book by its cover, said the ox. L......Read More
Categories: cliques, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Oxymoron Advice
...Oxymorons are cynical and fun. Be careful though if you want to use one. If it is familiar, it may sound quite trite. Which murders your poem with a harsh bite. Deafening silence is way overdon......Read More
Categories: cliques, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member this technicolor dream
...technicolor dream existence too often seems theater with no true theme a perverse director's scheme false purpose in the bloodstream universal pawns electrons, protons, neutrons strange atom......Read More
Categories: cliques, creation, dream, life, perspective,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member Have My Own Tribe
... in middle school people formed cliques I did not know about them but felt them for a bit I have my own tribe now, need no cliques ......Read More
Categories: cliques, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Reunion
...I went to my high school reunion: I wasn't sure what to expect. Would those we once held so high Retain our aged respect? High school cliques had disappeared; our hearts at last included all. ......Read More
Categories: cliques, age, celebration, friendship love,
Form: Rhyme
Stand back out and up
...Empty bottles scattered across the linoleum floor Just like the futile coke bags floating in your toilet bowl Both still congested with the lost memories that occurred last night Blacking out unde......Read More
Categories: cliques, absence, abuse, addiction,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Using Cliques for a Website can’t make me. www. I won’t do it. www. shut up. www. I hate you. www. why should I? www. stuff it. www. I have a brain. www. get out of here. www. not on my watch. I know, you......Read More
Categories: cliques, 4th grade, 5th grade,
Form: Free verse
A Foreshadowing
... I've heard it all my life: Wahoo! "Sticks and stones may break your bones but words will never hurt you." It’s all in the accents and tones. "A toodlerump! Jonathan Blasterscripp!” yelled ......Read More
Categories: cliques, 11th grade, anti bullying,
Form: Free verse

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