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Independence Poems - Poems about Independence

Independence Poems - Examples of all types of poems about independence to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for independence.
A Canon
Looking back realised, something was bestowed upon, hardly paying heed to it, to know what lies within; long back, the freedom, that was yearned for in the realm of fantasies, finally escaped it; and now we can happen it to...Read More
Categories: independence, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse

supreme justice
at 8 11 a.m. I met destiny by surprise shadows of grey clouds took over my sky the sun sizzled out in the rain puddles of dirty water splattered on my legs shower water heated up until steam blinded...Read More
Categories: independence, conflict, feelings, heartbroken, how
Form: Free verse
The day is gone, we raised our arms, painted the face, we were exposed we went straight invade the Bastille stormed, Brasilia, tear down the Wall... ! We did nothing, and the game was crooked to be continued... The peace, maligned, love, unconjured, but they...Read More
Categories: adventure, allegory, analogy, independence
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Last chance JH8
Global Winds of change Last call (Japanese haiku, 3 lines, 2-3-2 syllable count)...Read More
Categories: independence, anxiety, betrayal, conflict, cry,
Form: Haiku
diamond jubilee india spell
organs inside are out emptiness outside is in diamond jubilee india casts spell heart is on the right side oesophagus is upside down without body are indians without civilsation-fit is indianess summon now without country india whole nation is prison everything banned diamond jubilee india...Read More
Categories: depression, future, independence day,
Form: Sonnet

The Plant of Liberty
The Plant of Liberty Ujjal Mandal, India A man wading through blood holding the plant of enfranchisement. It is none but an Indian fighter and we are all overshadowed by the tree unchained today. [This is based on 75th Independence Day of...Read More
Categories: dream, independence day, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
Bapu Taught Us
Someone in the old pages of history Taught us to be fearless for rights. A man called Mahatma Gandhi, With the power of love, enough to ignite. That man proclaimed forgiveness To be an attribute of the...Read More
Categories: encouraging, forgiveness, history, independence
Form: Rhyme
Love Song to India on occasion of Independence day
Love among culture creed and race Future blows in fast pace Young and old joining hands together Showing in brotherhood of mankind there is power. With nation having broad vision Trying to run in veins peace sensation With knowledge filled like...Read More
Categories: independence day, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Echoes
ECHOES Echoes follow me Down each of my journeys paths Casting no shadows How long will these echos last Hurts carried afar Reverbarate into my soul Such wasted feelings I shall not return, not I "til the echoes fade and die Indiana Shaw...Read More
Categories: independence, conflict, deep, feelings, identity,
Form: Choka
Poet at the helm
Maybe I'll go all Bukowski on you, turn your cheeks scarlet red. A little Emily Dickerson, with a lot of talk about death and the dead. How about some dr. Seuss, that will make you laugh till...Read More
Categories: independence, career, devotion, encouraging, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sonnet: O Liberty
O Liberty! Where have you gone? We need freedom from the lowest minimum wage, from working two jobs that make our feet bleed; from the long nights...Read More
Categories: america, freedom, independence day,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Threads of Wispy Air
On threads of wispy air, in breathy undertones of political wind, I can hear the quiet catastrophe, the quiet ruination of our commonwealth. I can hear the sleepy madness, turned avalanche between my ears. I can hear the quiet catastrophe, the...Read More
Categories: independence, america, corruption, culture, hate,
Form: Didactic
July 4th
If you’re an American, 4th of July Conjures fireworks, hot dogs and beer. The barbecue sizzles and friends gather ‘round To acknowledge that summer is here. We rarely remember the battles once fought To gain independence at last. The...Read More
Categories: independence day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Our Symbol
a lone bald eagle wings spread gliding through the air symbol of freedom ...Read More
Categories: appreciation, bird, independence day,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member IN DEPENDENCE
We strove to be Independent from an oppressive government not to become dependent on another one. John G. Lawless 7/4/2021 ...Read More
Categories: independence day,
Form: Monoku

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