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Heritage Poems - Poems about Heritage

Heritage Poems - Examples of all types of poems about heritage 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 heritage.
Progress in Motion
...All the shelves been emptied, there are no books left about; Both hist'ries and the words become nothing but a shout. Those in the old paintings that hang, but barely displayed, ......Read More
Categories: heritage, change,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Bloodline
...Viens pierce running temp warm flow Same color, different making DNA red bleeds Racism, as if you yourself is perfect in image There's no white man ancestors bloodline tells A mix of races, Irish......Read More
Categories: heritage, america, character, image, perspective,
Form: Dramatic Verse
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: heritage, city, ocean, places, sunshine,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Pearl of the Orient
... "Ang hindi lumingon sa pinanggalingan, hindi makakarating sa paroroonan". (A person who does not remember where he came from will never reach his destination). Filipino proverb. Gift me wi......Read More
Categories: heritage, travel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pearl Of The Orient
... Pearl Of The Orient Phillipines ! Pearl of the Orient seas. Nick name used for centuries to evoke the allure of Phillipines. Pearl ......Read More
Categories: heritage, appreciation,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Pearl Of The Orient
... The Philippines, with its strategic location at the crossroads of the Pacific Ocean, and the South China Sea, is the Pearl of the Orient, the nickname used to describe the country since......Read More
Categories: heritage, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member You Decide - The Monchielle Style
... ~ You Decide ~ ( Monchielle ) ~O~ You decide what to be Good or bad you're to choose You serve God or Devil There's no way in between You'll be fine or ill. ......Read More
Categories: heritage, christian, faith, hope, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Heritage
...Things that are passed on family farm and it's land inheriting pride......Read More
Categories: heritage, family, farm,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Sunday Morning Programme
...Sunday cockcrow nascent aural essays reveal laissez-faire raptures. Enigmatic silken piece compost ushered in by trenchant trademark tremulous signature. Doe-eyed instrumentalist’s strident bras......Read More
Categories: heritage, august, birth, celebration, character,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Ode to Pretty Pastel Lion
...Oh, pretty pastel lion with your puffy cheeks Beauty is in your colors, your eyes green as creeks. A mere description is not enough to show your worth. I hear you have admirers from Kenya to Perth......Read More
Categories: heritage, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
ANC Greedy Leaders- South Africa
...In a land where shadows linger long, A tale unfolds of a people's song. Apartheid's chains, a cruel embrace, Enslaved hearts in a divided space. Kindred souls, with no love for gold, Living live......Read More
Categories: heritage, africa, anger, anxiety, betrayal,
Form: Epic
I am not a black , I am a black woman
...He forgot our roots, from where those women came, Raised by resilient black women, breaking trauma's claim. Not a black , I stand as a black woman, strong, In the absence of your father, I've lear......Read More
Categories: heritage, 10th grade, africa, anger,
Form: ABC
Premium Member No Welcome Needed
...No Welcome Needed I DO NOT need a ‘Welcome’ to the land where I was born, This country called Australia I proudly call my own. I’ll THANK my great, great, grandpa who sailed across the sea,......Read More
Categories: heritage, celebration, january,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Dreamt Of The Troubles
...Northern Ireland, it was a peaceful Saturday of August 15, 1998. There were many people shopping in the center of Omagh, in Tyrone. Then, at 3:10 p.m., the car bomb exploded close to the junction ......Read More
Categories: heritage, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Moving Mountains For Me
... ever since I can remember I have known bullies it began in grammar school I was different part Ojibway .... they called me Indian Princess but not in a nice way my grandma only ......Read More
Categories: heritage, bullying, courage, strength,
Form: Free verse

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