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Darwin Poems - Poems about Darwin

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Premium Member Yesterday's Wishes
... School bullies will always call you names, but would they if they knew I was your blood? Maybe the insults would have stopped. There would have been a lot less scraps. I would be a man without ......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, angst, father son,
Form: Free verse

The Dance of Jealousy
...“The sight of a feather in a peacock’s tail, whenever I gaze at it, makes me feel sick.” – Charles Darwin With his train of covert feathers Fanned like a protractor, a Peacock stepped slowly Tu......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, beauty, bird,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Meteor is on its Way
... O, how will we ever cope The dreaded meteor is on its way The weather mavens say ‘No hope’ that those dinosaurs will live another day What will we tiny little mammals do ......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, animal, change, fear, history,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Life is a diary
...Life is a diary waiting to be written Observe what is obvious what is hidden what is experienced what is felt A record of life by day by week by year by any moment Twelve diary disci......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, journey, life, visionary, voice,
Form: List
Premium Member Keola Dizain
...Quote by Robert Charles Darwin SPECIES originate to evolute and RUNNING ON till environ permits, struggling with obstacles going to pollute. Trial for BETTERMENT: Process c......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, appreciation, nature,
Form: Dizain

...Darwin said we're animals; And that we came from apes; My God said we were in His image; And I think it's great; Yet but sometimes you know, I act like a monkey; Sometimes even smell......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, adventure, animal, blessing, devotion,
Form: Rhyme
God perhaps played dice
...He who has failed to do his due, Man’s been a sour fruit of God’s whim, One cannot but come to this view: Gone acrid has His grandest dream— A nightmare and greatest blunder Which, He can’t but ......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, destiny, god, men,
Form: Sonnet
The Disquieting Threat of Hazardous Blooms
...I avoid those floral gangsters, vainglorious Gladioli, eugenically forced greenhouse Geraniums with their large Shar-pei heads. Garish claustrophobic chromatic mobs, their heavy menacing over-cu......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Survival Of The Thickest
...Did Charles Darwin really say Survival Of The Fittest? When overwhelming evidence suggests he meant The Thickest!......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, humorous, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
God Created Some Human Vessels For Honor and Others For Wrath, Q and A
...Q Why did God create some human vessels for honor and others for wrath? A Just as a potter created some vessels for beauty and others for chamber pots, containing human's wastes. God reser......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Narrative
Who's Who
...“who’s who” a monkey was once caged in a zoo of Darwin he read so he knew with brazen balls he simply evolved now he’s out looking in just like you......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, color,
Form: Limerick
Alexandria, Part Ii
...He didn’t explain much more at that time, Alexandra couldn’t exactly for him, she was in a box, growing quite slowly, with each new component bringing new vim, more and more senses were installed......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, confusion, dark, father, future,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Love All Creatures the Sequel
...Yesterday’s blessing came from Charles Darwin who, you may remember, expressed it far better than I can…. when he said: The love of all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man…. An......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love All Creatures
...Today’s blessing comes from Charles Darwin who expressed it far better than I can…. when he said: The love of all living creatures is the most noble attribute of man…. And if I may speak for M......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member David Must Pay Less Attention In Class
...And from the tree of knowledge, a serpent slid into view He’d seen it all before, our future he already knew Moses on some mountain, taking down the tablets god drew Jesus climbing Calvary, bein......Read the rest...
Categories: darwin, allegory, allusion, life,
Form: Rhyme

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