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Humanitarians Poems - Poems about Humanitarians

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Premium Member Half-Mast
...Old Glory’s at half-mast today. I wonder who just passed away? Was it a hero from some battles past? A dead leader whose influence lasts? Were servicemen killed overseas, Or humanitari......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, america, children, grief, hate,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Learning From Nature
...Under the sea I discovered colors I did not know existed on this earth. Hues found only under the sea and in heaven, maybe, but maybe not. The fish left me alone; but when they hid in the reef, I s......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, sea,
Form: Free verse
...CENTER>PUZZLING A lot of things in this world Really puzzle me. And I’m sure they’ll puzzle you as well. If you look at them logically. Why does an egg plant have no eggs And a ham......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, confusion,
Form: Free verse
Frankenstein Tea Party 2021
...Science and scientists can be very divisive. Some seek truth; others seek accolades. My creator was such a man Who made me to demonstrate his greatness And denied me instead. I am not cruel, u......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, hope, science,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Industrial Evolution
...If I had a factory I would actually produce nothing at all because Satisfaction can never be mass produced let alone happiness Workers would not manufacture for their hands should be free To......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, fantasy,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Magic Shows Her Truth
...light magic shows her truth illuminates humanitarians inner knowing......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Tetractys
Premium Member My Soul Iq
...My Soul IQ, in general, is fine, but nowhere near as high as that of souls who live a life as though it is divine - humanitarians with lofty goals like Ghandi and the many others who affect grea......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, me,
Form: Sonnet
...They heard a voice, they responded Though indistinctive the call, unclear their destination Waiting not for a signed correspondence They mobilized and departed to their destination Then arr......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, adventure,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Christmas Magic For Ed
...Conflicted, dressed like a Santa Claus, Ed ponders the magical delight of Christmas time. Is it only for Christians, or can it be for him too? He likes this time of year, people are nice. Bethleh......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, christian, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Terrorists
...Terrorism is a villainous violence, Used by those who disagree, Bloodshed breaks the somber silence, Between those who feel unfree. However, when one disagrees With how the system works, Th......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, america, anger, freedom, political,
Form: Rhyme
The Old Year the Old Ways a Warning of the Coming Days
...31 Dec 2016 9:24 AM The old year is waning and most are complaining about what a year it has been. Corrupt politicians over dosed musicians and travesties of the executive pen. Real men los......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, fire, god, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Built On Lies
...The caged animal was told: You have no right to light The captured beast was told: You have no right to fight The tortured slaves were told: You have no right to rights The people with di......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, humanity,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Whale Speak Ii - Revised
...Oh who would dare to speak for whales, Yet who would not join in this fight, Their poetry of depths unknown, The power in their mighty tales, Deep rumbling hymn in dark sea's night, Excited bur......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, life,
Form: Rhyme
A Propos - the United States of America
...We are customary people. A democracy that is unequal. Structured through immigration Native to the form We embrace diversity. We are humanitarians born. The thread of our beings unites us. G......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, america, care, character, family,
Form: Free verse
...Take a look inside & you will surely find The knowledge they hide From us in order to preside The rules have been applied & now we're left to divide Water full of fluoride Only making us......Read More
Categories: humanitarians, angst, conflict, corruption, dark,
Form: Rhyme

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