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Cultures Poems - Poems about Cultures

Cultures Poems - Examples of all types of poems about cultures 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 cultures.
Ewe
...With an impulsive cognizance of the mother instinct In physique and psyche, with her lambs, she's lovingly linked. Her head-butting, as though she looks furious, does not hurt. Her bleat is rhyt......Read More
Categories: cultures, animal, life,
Form: Couplet



Tongue’s Symphony
...From cooing babe to the seasoned tongue, I've tasted life, a vibrant song. Sweetness on fire, bitter sting, Each flavour etched, a fleeting spring. A dancer dark, a muscle's art, I weave a map......Read More
Categories: cultures, tribute,
Form: Personification
I AM AFRICA
...I am Africa, the cradle of mankind, Where ancient footprints in the sands of time entwined, The birthplace of humanity, divinely designed, In my esteemed valleys, where life first aligned. I am......Read More
Categories: cultures, africa, nature, society, visionary,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member To the Town that Captured My Heart
...I came to reside in a charming town, Where golden shores and azure horizons abound. A tropical heaven of palms that sway, Gracing the beaches in a fascinating way. A surfer’s dream, a med......Read More
Categories: cultures, city, ocean, places, sunshine,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member GrassRoot UpRising
...Asked the crowning Trees of their Grass rooting neighbors When you feel like singing while dancing are you more likely to invoke devotion to capitalism's competitions or compassion's cooperat......Read More
Categories: cultures, devotion, earth day, green,
Form: Parallelismus Membrorum



Premium Member Snapshot of Cambridge
...This is a poem about the University city of Cambridge in the UK , although I have only been there a few times , I decided to write a poem about it. Lord Bryon one of the great romantic poets kept a B......Read More
Categories: cultures, england, graduate, poets, student,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Four Thousand Miles Of Undefended Border
... Most Canadians are influenced greatly By our Big Brother down to our South Our cultures are very much the same We have a common life style Idolize the same pop icons We dress the sam......Read More
Categories: cultures, confidence,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member PEARL OF THE ORIENT
... Pearl of the Orient Seas surely am I in my strategic geographical position Heralding beauty and glory bestowed by the Almighty alo......Read More
Categories: cultures, appreciation, blessing, christian, god,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Heart Spilling Blood
... Written: February 5th, 2024 _____________________________________ My heart is leaking blood, I can view hatred flowing, from every corner of the planet, a volcano spewi......Read More
Categories: cultures, analogy, anger, bereavement, heart,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Migrating Culture Change
...Perhaps immigration is our big US national anxiety because we don't know how to unilaterally abort cancerous growth of ecocide. Too much to even think about at a merely nationalistic level of ......Read More
Categories: cultures, earth, earth day, health,
Form: Political Verse
True happiness
...True happiness By Michelle Morris 27/01/2024 True happiness is rare For humans are eternally striving Getting sidetracked by the shallow When we should rather focus on mindfulness True ha......Read More
Categories: cultures, blessing, encouraging, happiness, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Who's Behind the Door?
...The quiet words, the trembling lips, we’ve heard it all before. Keen questions dwell within our minds, like who’s behind the door. We saw the lights, heard voiceless words, asked, “Is there an......Read More
Categories: cultures, metaphor, political, satire, social,
Form: Rhyme
The Stranger in our land
...Poem® THE STRANGER IN OUR LAND The snake that you can see But can't kill; The oath you buried under the ground; That controls your day-to-day activities; A pain masked in favor of the ......Read More
Categories: cultures, africa, anger, anti bullying,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ODYSSEY
...Ahhh… what choice do I have? Oblivion… so overrated, as so many poets use this word for centuries….. Oasis… nice feel to it, but life is not an oasis. Odyssey then… for life is an odyssey. Lif......Read More
Categories: cultures, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member This I Believe
... I had a dream... I am sleeping on a cloud. Upon awakening, I gaze at planet earth below. From my vantage point I can see the globe in its entirety. Something has changed. Before falling asleep I......Read More
Categories: cultures, future, hope,
Form: Haibun

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