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Humanity Poems | Examples of Humanity Poetry

Humanity Poems - Examples of all types of humanity 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 humanity.
Beyond The Rain
Where have all the raindrops gone Spilling from on high? Which once would fall about my head But now my head is dry. Where have all the snowflakes gone Ambling down from space? Shivering in the winter wild And melting on my...Read More
Categories: humanity, change, confusion, earth, environment,
Form: Rhyme



Manyheaded beast
When you realise Man is a many-headed Devil, That the one who Dines with you holds An ulterior intent to undo You, That people are A many-seasoned monsters, That man changes like Day and night, That's...Read More
Categories: humanity,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Royal Jelly and the Hornet Helix
"Royal Jelly and the Hornet Helix" When the murder hornets arrived they flashed their big black wings like sharp porcupine needles into our minds we became honeycombed hypnotised, held in their hive, all one mind, one world, the...Read More
Categories: future, humanity, science fiction,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Night Will End
I've heard the groans of those who suffer wrong; I've read injustice penned by those who rule; I've felt the pain of children's muffled cries; I've seen the poor exploited by the cruel. I've gaped at infants thrown along...Read More
Categories: abuse, hope, humanity, world,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member In An Ideal World
if only we could all... find... ...Read More
Categories: humanity, meaningful, visionary, wisdom,
Form: Didactic



Time Never Stops
Time never stops – though tempos change: a good Hop, or heartfelt Blues – So, what is the beat-full news of the day, or evening, or time let's just say, using Expressive Rhythm-souffle for Vernacular Of Play? –...Read More
Categories: humanity, meaningful, moving on,
Form: Free verse
INTROSPJECT
the slabs are huge and are uneven sky horizon that is no longer perpendicular another line is tangent to the straight line stability donned its mist suit it insidiously wraps around the curving walls makes the mouth of life produce...Read More
Categories: angst, humanity,
Form: Free verse
We Are Pissed
It really pisses us off You think we don’t know We know more than you do You were the last to be created So, you are the real animals here Destroying the world around you And yet we let you remain...Read More
Categories: animal, environment, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member QUIET WAVES WINDS-
whispering winds, comes a blowing whirling rushing stream shall surround me ~ a kiss breath from God's mouth miraculous touches us invisible ~ thunder screams rivals me shaking my very soul quiets waves spirit Written words by James Edward Lee...Read More
Categories: baptism, devotion, humanity, life,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member SO THAT I LOVE ALL-
Must I love you but how Shall I fear you but why Shall I be saddened of you Savage be placed interview Grace forgiven soul solice So that I love all with or without my fall 1/23/22 Written words by James Edward...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, humanity, i
Form: Light Verse
Sunlight through the window
Sunlight Through the Window Penetrating the fog, one winter morn, Sunlight streamed through the window and fell on the floor, A slanted rectangular space did the rays adorn, Gradually spreading into the room through the open door; Ray's of...Read More
Categories: humanity, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Graveyard Visions
To your place pass negative noon as the moon drifts over loss images different life swimming in the depths of the ones fevered past Catching fire lights by jars of jade Razors slices the hearts comprehend...Read More
Categories: humanity, allegory, allusion, art, beautiful,
Form: Free verse
ROW
funny this species of ours who invites her friends to tea with poison. I've been to this party for so long with a taste of solitude that now my heart has turned to a desert with skeletons of dreams, broken...Read More
Categories: humanity, irony, satire, society,
Form: Free verse
Guided tour
If you choose not to listen Life brings you back to the start When you journey without thinking ...Read More
Categories: appreciation, destiny, discrimination, humanity,
Form: Free verse
SPECIAL HUMAN AND JESUS
Special amicable, charitable ...Read More
Categories: humanity, allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Diamante

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