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Ideals Poems - Poems about Ideals

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Premium Member IDEALISTA mondrian brancusi
...IDEALISTA  fertile    futility of mental    conception of un- ideals captured   visualized refined for all        to see in a    permanent mirror held    up close and ennobled    sym......Read More
Categories: ideals, art,
Form: Didactic

Trump Poems and Epigrams VI
...Trump Poems and Epigrams VI Trump’s Retribution Resolution by Michael R. Burch My New Year’s resolution? I require your money and votes, for you are my retribution. May I offer you dark......Read More
Categories: ideals, america, giggle, hilarious, humor,
Form: Rhyme
The Removal of Confederate Monuments As Reparation
...Many white Americans still struggle with the issue of racism in the 21st century.This started with the Confederate monuments. The Confederate monuments do not have the same meaning to black Americans......Read More
Categories: ideals, absence, america, political, racism,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Long Live The Queen
... Who Glistens in Emerald and Ruby Auric Luster, But Thy Queen Long Live the Tales and Legacy, Pearls Of Wisdom and Beauty Abound Shine Then Forever as Thy Crown, Wild Forged through the Hea......Read More
Categories: ideals, literature,
Form: Rhyme
Graveyard love
...Graveyard love My love is dead, the woman too, and love is an emotion. They are lost. My feeling of love, which lived in me until now, but was discarded a long time ago. I was dumped, trampl......Read More
Categories: ideals, love,
Form: Free verse

A mother's daughter part 1
...You look just like your mother my relatives often cry and when they do the words fall upon my ears like knives. They say I bear no resemble, no appearance of my father but I see so many similarit......Read More
Categories: ideals, absence, christian, family, gender,
Form: Free verse
... Pearl of the Orient Seas surely am I in my strategic geographical position Heralding beauty and glory bestowed by the Almighty alo......Read More
Categories: ideals, appreciation, blessing, christian, god,
Form: Acrostic
The world of ideals
...It’s a pity, this world isn’t ideal, It’s a pity, we’re defect. We, people are sinners. It’s banal, we’re rebuild the Paradise by ourselves. We live with such laws, Which we’re devise here It......Read More
Categories: ideals, baby, bible, care, god,
Form: Rhyme
Roots of Resilience
...In the realm of educational activism, a tale unfolds, Where a hero, young and bold, his destiny beholds. Nurtured by government schools, his mother's embrace, A journey begins, a pledge to defend,......Read More
Categories: ideals, devotion, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
We The People
...Where are the dreams, the hopes, the ideals this country was founded on, Where are the words that in our darkest hour gave us the hope And strength to carry on. We the people does not stand for ......Read More
Categories: ideals, change, character, destiny, political,
Form: Rhyme
Greed is great glue
...What if fruitless should grow a goodly deed, A pleasant song is tuned with poignant lilt, A buoyant theme, on notes of bathos' built, If so, how long would last man’s pompous creed? A creed c......Read More
Categories: ideals, desire, life,
Form: Sonnet
... In the depths of desolation where death is presiding in a smug kind of cocoon of parasite, lies, a heart of calcified care, buried deep inside a grim stalactite of unrequited te......Read More
Categories: ideals, art,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The New Month
... Rumi Verse: "When you feel you cannot even bear one more minute, NEVER GIVE UP! Because it is the time and place that the course will divert!" _______________......Read More
Categories: ideals, analogy, change, encouraging, time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member How Much Vengeance Is Enough?
... How Much Vengeance Is Enough? By Mark D. Stucky How much bloody carnage and rubble is required to atone for sins of a few? How many eyes must be gouged to extract des......Read More
Categories: ideals, conflict, forgiveness, hate, jesus,
Form: Free verse
Silent thoughts could cure us all
...You ever had the time to explore your ideas to the deepest depth of your mind. To follow the reasoning you have created to the end of the line Have you had the time to realize the implications a ch......Read More
Categories: ideals, age, allusion, america,
Form: Free verse

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