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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.
Premium Member Hiding Philadelphia
"Hiding Philadelphia" The ground has cracked open like an egg, the shell scattered all about the yolk of life sucked into the rubble where a child is born and carried out like a prayer an offering to the...Read More
Categories: faith, humanity, symbolism,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member You Must Be Living Under A Rock
You must be living under a rock, everyone has something to teach; People come from different places, travel and experience their eyes; Everyone has something to teach; There is so much to see and explore, travel and experience their eyes; Why...Read More
Categories: emotions, feelings, humanity,
Form: Pantoum
My Three Children
Religion is far up and so shiny That makes me wonder if it is illumination Or just a blinding flash of lightning Down, down into the darkness of the intellect Gently flows the pleasant juice of Art That calms the...Read More
Categories: art, humanity, religion, science,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tosh won't wash
Freedom talking Depressive realm once placed Liberty speaks clear ' ...Read More
Categories: allegory, character, humanity,
Form: Other
Blank Slate
What a wonder! Nothing was written! Absolutely free! Bee, sea, tree - I can create whatever I want to see. Receptively blank as the almighty designed it well, It can in each sketch His miraculous mysteries spell...! Tabula rasa,...Read More
Categories: humanity, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme

Cul De Sac
A story should I tell you; not an ancient one, Modern men too in their madness how from truth shun; Cultures changes; how lives, like ghosts, yet, blind beliefs! To the very humans how these bring endless griefs! Possibilities...Read More
Categories: humanity,
Form: Rhyme
If I
If I offered to you a light for your darkness The gift of which you did not perceive Your very own prayer you now transgress Your blessing you’re unable to receive If I offered to you one of my...Read More
Categories: humanity, introspection, pain, peace,
Form: Rhyme
Man of Worth
What is it that makes a “man of worth”? Can it even be measured? Put into words? Is it the breadth of his shoulders? The strength of his arms? His physical charms? Is it the expanse of his mind? Hidden treasure to...Read More
Categories: beauty, for him, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
Visitors on a planet Near the outskirts of uncounted stars, We experience time in expanding space. We grow and develop, and in wisdom Come to know the questions of eternity. Deep within us all Near the core of unexplored...Read More
Categories: humanity, bible, community, earth, faith,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Geek
Geek Pass me a tablet Pass me my phone I'll order a take-out To arrive here by drone My eyes may be square But behind them you'll see One hundred percent human Undespicable me It's hard to relate When your words are at loss Though...Read More
Categories: humanity, anti bullying, best friend,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Lonely Lark
Categories: 1st grade, bird, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
SOLITARY CONFINEMENT 1 : Number Four Many chains, many locks and bars clattered at four in the morning black bitter coffee drugged a single bucket of cold water ...Read More
Categories: humanity, africa, body, character, emotions,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Love's Will
"Love’s Will" If we could just get over ourselves turn the light inside out from dark man see the beauty in all, save all; creatures, great and small; those, that to each Other are different and invisible; get over our competitive warring, sick unilateral demands, our tainted will saturated...Read More
Categories: humanity, i am, love,
Form: Narrative
A Limerick of Lamentation
This is a fictional conversation between a fictional young Nazi and a fictional young Jew (I made them up entirely, they are not characters from one of the holocaust books I've read); both of whom...Read More
Categories: humanity, emotions, friend, holocaust, horror,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Look Both Ways
I looked up and saw the universe it seemed so vast and cold unaware of my existence Unconcerned about my soul... Looking down...Read More
Categories: humanity, insect, perspective, universe,
Form: Rhyme

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Definition | What is Humanity in Poetry?