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Illiterate Poems - Poems about Illiterate

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Premium Member Betraying And Sabotaging Haiti
...Everybody desires something from our beloved Haiti. Everybody is stealing from our embattled country. The same individuals or goons, who are complaining, Are the ones conniving, backstabbing and s......Read More
Categories: illiterate, corruption, desire, discrimination, evil,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Letter X
... What's with this 'X' perplex? It marks the spot to dig for treasure It marks a crossing out A signature for the illiterate A cheeky peck on lips An addendum end to a letter penned Its shortha......Read More
Categories: illiterate, language, social, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
The Ministers of Madness and the Surgeons of Suffering
...Surgeons of soundless suffering, led by ministers of madness, The dead drown whilst muttering of intolerable sadness. Atop the tallest towers of the dark city Aloft spires of insanity, so do the......Read More
Categories: illiterate, angst, character, corruption, death,
Form: Narrative
... Home computers arrived out of the blue. They had been travelling through mind-space for many years, Most of us older personages had not a clue. They came with other free magical packages the......Read More
Categories: illiterate, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...Jim would not listen how I loved the room spinning, and I so much wanted him to know how his work feeds my illiterate soul. Garry would get irritated by the traffic and driver's poor skills, ......Read More
Categories: illiterate, dream,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member After School Tutor
...After School Tutor. They want my blood, to hunt me down. Their opinions formed with a frown. Don’t need facts. Believe what’s told. But here’s the truth, black and bold. I have a weekly hour......Read More
Categories: illiterate, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The World When I Was Young
... Why can't the world be like it was when I was young No one cleaning up dog-due dung Kids dying right and left of polio and measles Mumps running rampant like scorpions and beetles ......Read More
Categories: illiterate, father son, health, mother
Form: Couplet
...Transaurius Divined from a thousand novellas On the cusp of hallucination Somewhere between the monastery and the circus......... Devoid of any specious goodness Deficient in any and all pra......Read More
Categories: illiterate, 12th grade, allusion, animal,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Check MaTe
...Gross misconduct bullets falling like rain drops Mosquitoes kissing marinated children While in the hood homeless and thugs Suck on those the things unruly plugs Crack-cocaine, meth, mary-jane ......Read More
Categories: illiterate, analogy, anxiety, character, emotions,
Form: Dramatic Verse
To Emmanuel 'Mclean' James
...I still sit upon the window looking on Into nothingness and void all forlorn I can't begin to even try to believe That i won't ever hear you sing or jive Everything that shone with your exquisite......Read More
Categories: illiterate, death of a friend,
Form: Rhyme
When I get into Otto s skin is well known, cats do only what they want and dream about, it is much easier to train a dog or take care of a baby elephant ( lost from the herd when the parents are looking for water&food and......Read More
Categories: illiterate, anger, childhood, grief, growth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Changing Times
... My ten-year old is fidgety. The wife thinks he’ s ADD. I say it’s nonsense, just typical of boys with excess energy. She sided with a specialist, who recommended drugs to sedate and cal......Read More
Categories: illiterate, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Just for laughs- Episode5
...Degree Holder Rantings: I want to put my passport size photo on my degree paper. So that people can be seeing that it's truly my degree! In five years I managed to bag a degree. Now, I want degre......Read More
Categories: illiterate, anniversary, anxiety, change,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member Living dead
... A vast multitude adorn in dregs purloining, Fashionable filth clocked with piety, Showmanship on sacred alters, Multitude of compromised public orators. Fair formalities of professors void ......Read More
Categories: illiterate, allusion, bereavement, bible, christian,
Form: Free verse
Ebony Mountains
...Far hidden betwixt and aloft mountains further than light, so sleep the dwellers of the eternal night. Moving silently, soft and quietly, Moving with fright, Carrying only our sweat and skin, ma......Read More
Categories: illiterate, angst, dark, death, environment,
Form: Narrative

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