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Gender Poems | Examples of Gender Poetry

Gender Poems - Examples of all types of gender poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for gender.
Premium Member Infamy and Narcissus
If Narcissus had just been a female she would not have been infamous at all Admiring her locks in clear water she might have been anyone’s daughter ...Read More
Categories: celebrity, gender, hair,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member Taking a Nee
He once was a she Though now she’s a he If he marries me or my brother ~ Hee-hee we will be ...Read More
Categories: confusion, gender, giggle, marriage,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member They Speak Australian in Heaven
There I was standing at the Pearly Gates I was so excited to learn my fate First, they sat me down On my head a crown Then the question ~ What are your...Read More
Categories: fate, gender, heaven, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Asherah Speaks to Me
A periwinkle love root talisman is bristling with Red pepper battle orisons, black pepper war songs Asherah's wormwood words and valerian sorceries Rise with Sirius and its blinding vervain rays This waxing moon, a hollowed out nutmeg, Takes me to...Read More
Categories: deep, gender, passion, power,
Form: Free verse
O WOMEN, THE MOTHERS AND SISTERS
O Women, the mothers and sisters, That the world can treat you like this! You were heroes from the start When you left your father's house Aiming to build your own nest. This you'd do in a foreign land, The home...Read More
Categories: abuse, freedom, gender, god,
Form: Ode



Premium Member Straight Talk
Teachers' unions today finally got their way Transvestite's now an option ~ It's required to be gay ...Read More
Categories: education, gender, teacher, usa,
Form: Rubai
Man Cannot Be Woman, Woman Cannot Be Man - IV
IV. Lia called himself a woman, though his chromosomes disagreed, inside he felt he was female, he made that his identity. In the second year of high school, the woke faculty played along, but Lia would not face the knife, even if his...Read More
Categories: confusion, gender, how i
Form: Rhyme
Man Cannot Be Woman, Woman Cannot Be Man - III
Alex had been born a woman, but now declared she was a dude, she had been on testosterone for years, since she turned twenty-two. Her college had supported her as she had made the transition, it had not been an easy...Read More
Categories: confusion, gender, how i
Form: Rhyme
Man Cannot Be Woman, Woman Cannot Be Man - II
II. Now Lena was the career type, a driven, female engineer, she built systems than ran the world, a success story, it appeared. But Lena felt a ticking clock as thirties kept going on, she tried to find a man she loved, but...Read More
Categories: confusion, gender, how i
Form: Rhyme
Man Cannot Be Woman, Woman Cannot Be Man - I
I. Lacy had become a lawyer, she brought home six figures a year, and she wanted to have it all, so a tiny baby appeared. Her husband said he would stay home, watch the kid, do domestic stuff, Lacy was a ‘progressive’...Read More
Categories: confusion, gender, how i
Form: Rhyme
My Sister Is A Barbarian
With but the feet inactive Hastily she walks with the heart With eyes watching But the heart is snoring And she in haste speaks with lips Whenever she feels the challenge. By a touch of a man's finger Her mind bleeds, With anger...Read More
Categories: anger, conflict, gender, girl,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member No Figuring People
Yes, let us defend Latvia's 1.9 million souls while we let Ukraine's 44 million die on the vine As we froth over inequity and gender pronouns ~ pretending that Europe's just fine...Read More
Categories: gender, judgement, usa,
Form: Rhyme
to know and not to know
To know and not know. Red moss, crimson blood of a slaughtered calf I knew seen it before but could not recall where and when. Like seeing a landscape painting in a valley of cobblers where children ran barefoot on summer...Read More
Categories: age, gender, growing up,
Form: Sonnet
Says The Simple Woman
Simple men are simply simplified, And no one of them has this ever denied. Real men have the third eye That looks beyond mere externals. Simple men fall for the exterior, Unlike the latter that seek for the interior. Like a...Read More
Categories: body, death, evil, gender,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Reds Against Queens
Although I am a ***** white Queen let me reassure you I can be just as mean or as green, Mr. Clean, as any fascist conjured in your wildest wettest dream. I can kick my ruby RightWing heels and hold my greenly skanky breath as...Read More
Categories: gender, happiness, health, humanity,
Form: Political Verse

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