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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.

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I am woman - That I am
She was my child, we became good friends. Like kindred spirits, we made plans together. But she understood loneliness, the need for a man. He came after taking her body, then he created confusion. You were made perfect, and he couldn’t...Read More
Categories: best friend, betrayal, humanity,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member In The Image Of Dust To Dust, Kipling tribute poem
In The Image Of Dust To Dust, Kipling tribute poem In the image of dust to dust rests the dark mankind fears yet in its horrors, face we...Read More
Categories: humanity, art, creation, death, deep,
Form: Rhyme
The Funnel
Long ago I entered slow, Plenty time for me to grow, Far above I started round, Circling to down below. At the top I had no bound, Being far up from the ground, Feeling now with my descent, T ’was a faster...Read More
Categories: allegory, death, farewell, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
??????? If one man’s faith Differs, this brings about separation and differences You once promised me an eternity for as the hour draws near, the shadow fades silent, soulless If I don’t believe, in the doctrine Of your faith there is only panic And...Read More
Categories: humanity, analogy, celebration, confusion, devotion,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Fear walks the earth in such farcical costumes. Frightening our emotions, forthwith goes our rationality. Those in power, shamelessly, stealing our freedoms. Showing their total absence of any morality. Do not trust the media for science, empirical! Do due diligence...Read More
Categories: death, health, humanity, perspective,
Form: Quatrain

Look Deeper
The dark and the light Of all people can be shown If you look deeper January 12, 2021...Read More
Categories: deep, humanity,
Form: Senryu
The Stranger
Lonely words cling to weak fabrics Of shallow and wasted minds Like the free flowing of life From a blood stained fountain. Temples of direction and aim Empty their contents into the fury arms Of helpless longing, needs, desires, That lure the...Read More
Categories: age, fate, humanity, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Healing Unusually Cruel Justice
Everything and everyone we have ever legitimately loved, we will lose. Mentally embracing facing this problem of biological mortality is half of our potential multigenerationally licit grace. The other half, more redemptively front and ego/eco-centering, Everything and everyone we licitly hate and have ever feared, we may never...Read More
Categories: destiny, health, humanity, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Love or Hate Minichu
Love spoons the heart’s deep pool Hate blights harvest moonbeams we treasure troves demand as a rule Passion towers over spiteful thunder bursts and showers Lush smiles douse brackish tart wiles Love spoons the heart’s deep pool over spiteful thunder...Read More
Categories: humanity, care, character, courage, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
Mild temperatures gradually melt snow
Mild temperatures gradually melt snow I looked outside the bedroom window here at B44 Highland Manor Apartments today February 28th, 2021 low and behold took stock of soundless grounded sideshow. Barenaked lady, i.e. mother earth partially sloughed off her downy soft...Read More
Categories: humanity, anger, conflict, crush, grave,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member International Funeral
God, in the gloaming, splits the horizon with lightning, assembly of angels of every nation and tongue ~ lifting coffins of great numbers of war dead, military, and civilian men, women, children, over dusky rolling fields of scarlet poppies, nations...Read More
Categories: humanity, angel, earth, funeral, god,
Form: Free verse
A treatise on the world
How desperate these times of angst and anger. Of self-promotion and egocentric reason. I believe in God. The one absolute, and single point of overarching redemption. I believe the continual creep of relativistic thought and truth dilution cannot dissolve this absolute. I believe in love from a single point...Read More
Categories: angst, god, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Springtime
Springtime It's here! We've never needed it more.. Throw open your hearts Unlock every door Step over that threshold! Sun shining so brightly.. Fill you lungs with that freshness From our pads locked so tightly Today is the day! In remission we...Read More
Categories: hope, humanity, spring, sunshine,
Form: Rhyme
A thought not spared
The loneliness that grips the heart of a youth who sleeps outside is strengthened over Christmastime when carols call the tide. Cold of night caress his arms with fingers hoard by frost while broken tips of ragged gloves have...Read More
Categories: betrayal, care, humanity, irony,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Human Kind
I will spend my life elsewhere. I'm searching everywhere and at all times. Will I be able to find the Man? Plains, regions, and valleys quest. Where can I locate a person? Humanity, grace, morality, and affection are all carried...Read More
Categories: humanity, anxiety, care, emotions, giving,
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Humanity Poems

Definition | What is Humanity in Poetry?