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Identity Poems | Examples of Identity Poetry

Identity Poems - Examples of all types of identity 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 identity.
WE ARE ALWAYS SOMEONE NEVER ANYONE
No one is minor, nor major than his dream... smaller than his fantasy, or greater than...Read More
Categories: allusion, appreciation, identity, metaphor,
Form: Free verse



Believe in Your Dreams
B- Become anyone you want to be, all you have to do is believe. E-Every person has a dream, but it’s up to you, if you want to...Read More
Categories: identity, courage, dream, emotions, faith,
Form: Acrostic
Flee Youthful Passions
I Epistle to Timothy, the Second written by Paul Two: twenty-two, for two ways to hear him, too "So flee youthful passions and pursue righteousness, faith, love, [A]nd peace, along with those who call on the Lord from...Read More
Categories: bible, feelings, identity, jesus,
Form: Bio
Premium Member When Momma Visited
I would say she was a ghost It was past midnight ...Read More
Categories: death, identity, mother, surreal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Was He a Rebel
~ Was He a Rebel? ~ Was he a rebel a son from hell He left his father's home for a destination unknown Took his childless bride ...Read More
Categories: growth, identity, journey,
Form: Narrative



FRIENDS, ENEMIES AND OTHERS
If your best friend could be your worst enemy your worst enemy could be your best frenemy...Read More
Categories: allusion, identity, irony, metaphor,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member SAMURAI
Roses suffuse tired eyes, with blooms serrated thorns, currently pruned her depleted heart, beats double time delicate childlike, state of mind cries red petals, divulging pain stepping outside, historic chains raises noble sword in warrior stance fights for justice, divine truth dance ...Read More
Categories: identity, abuse, addiction, anxiety, child,
Form: Free verse
Two minutes
What happens now. It’s up to you Do we die today If that’s what the must is, yes we do. Do we talk, walk away or do we do. Squeeze the trigger and it’s the end of you. I didn’t want...Read More
Categories: identity, conflict, courage, dark, death,
Form: Free verse
We dream of rain II
We dream of rain In the setting sun in the season of one. A wildest west and a withered crest, the coat of arms. A falcon and crown rest. Of House and family of dark means, cruel...Read More
Categories: identity, adventure, anger, art, atheist,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Degradation
homeless man on the edge of the park devours his gifted pizza crumbs stick to his dirt streaked face like layers ...Read More
Categories: angst, dark, grief, identity,
Form: Free verse
MY BOOK
MY BOOk My book, Number of pages unknown. Dare not to fathom, Or else, will be a fool, Continue to write. Next lines, the silly and simple, The Innocent and cheerful. Tirelessly bustle, sun at times and playful rhymes. Eyes in heart, the...Read More
Categories: identity, death, destiny, growth, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MAN
man I am a yo yo man spinning and twirling gloriously for a one time stand around and around up and down walking the dog going around the world only to return to earth to what I am Duncan a yo yo man ...Read More
Categories: beautiful, funny, identity, journey,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The colour of black
The black colour Though a shadow of fear An eclipse of the sun or the moon A darkness of unknown and waiting danger A mourning atmosphere As bad luck as the crow Figuratively they are and of no choice But...Read More
Categories: color, fear, identity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Reborn Here Now Without Baggage
Reborn here now without baggage New experiences each day, Forgotten past before came of age Regression taught another way. Soon this journey will make its own Reborn here now without baggage, Seeking an eternity home With past lessons an advantage, I'm searching for...Read More
Categories: identity, life, nature, perspective,
Form: Quatern
Secret Streets
Down secret streets I glide Down boulevards that twist and turn Down the lanes of lost imagery I have seen in vacant rooms Of awakenings Of wandering shadows Your eyes of deep opaque sea Like dreams unknown unseen Where a halo of...Read More
Categories: identity, addiction, analogy, anger, beautiful,
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Identity Poems

Definition | What is Identity in Poetry?