Indignation Poems - Below
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Pale shelter Categories: indignation, angst, love, Form: Free verse
Ashen was the sky
That rejected hand of sunrise
Sullen was the heart
That stumbled in affection,
Incapable of lauding
Ruby blush of budding rose
And pink passions on horizon
Defying darkened woes.
In midst of a vibrant spring
Her garden blooms curled up
Amid hostile dry weather,
Teared-up, she...Read More
The Salon Of Forbidden Thought Categories: indignation, america, analogy, freedom, perspective, philosophy, political, Form: Rhyme
The Salon of Forbidden Ideas
is a place where the free-thinkers go
to express their unsanctioned opinions
and explore what they aren't meant to know...
At twilight, they slip through the shadows
of the alley 'twixt Far-Left and Right,
wearing black masks and cloaks of red...Read More
It Never Really Happens Categories: indignation, longing, Form: Ballad
THE TELEPHONE RINGS BUT I WON'T ANSWER
THERE'S TOO MANY THINGS I DO NOT RECALL
KEEP SEEING YOUR FACE INSIDE THE RAIN THAT SPLASHES ON MY WINDOW
I DROVE ALL NIGHT TO WATCH THE STARLIGHT FLICKERING ON THE ROAD
WE SAID SO MANY THINGS...Read More
This is red Categories: indignation, anger, anxiety, emotions, hate, peace, Form: Free verse
This is anger..
This is indignation..
This is lividity..
This is red.
The darkness fades away in my rearview mirror while I stare ahead at a brilliant white light.
In the strangeness of the grey that I pass behind I notice the delicate scribbles of...Read More
Squall Categories: indignation, relationship, Form: Free verse
There, in that sunny arbor,
in the aureate light
filtering through the waxy leaves
of a stunted banana tree,
I felt the sudden monsoon of your wrath,
the clattery implosions
and copper-bright bursts
of the bottoms of pots and pans.
I saw your swollen goddess’s belly
wobble and heave
Tapestry Of Belonging Categories: indignation, desire, emotions, loneliness, longing, love, Form: Free verse
The forlorn wasteland of deprivation traversed
by my indigent life that tried so very hard long
to smoothen the angularities of obtuse mind.
Swirling in egregious whirlpool of indignation,
sucked into the abyss of despondent delirium,
I searched out for me a path of...Read More
Fragmented Responsibilities Categories: indignation, abortion, anti bullying, discrimination, earth, health, integrity, Form: Political Verse
What would it take
a right to life
includes a right to choose well-being
for one's internal identities,
A right to choose
is a right to life redemptive choice
over deadening felt loss
of continuous healthy lifetime,
and on through long-term future identities,
Vocations of...Read More
Birthing success Categories: indignation, birth, celebration, success, Form: Free verse
Shout and taunt me
Push me down,
Strip away my pride
Leave me nude,
Naked and confused.
Look at my bone of
Is this all you'd hoped to see
I have more.
The cloth of my skin
As the cloth of man hides nought.
Herein is to be found
Where was Venus yesterday Categories: indignation, break up, god, heartbroken, love, Form: Rhyme
Crick-crack shoulder blades
Locking as the tension rises
Precious passion spits and fades
beneath the ash of compromises
Where was Venus yesterday?
Pruning roses? Plumping cushions?
Where was Venus yesterday
when romance slipped away?
Slingshot flings the words
Razor wire that bursts my sparkle
Cage shattered, sirens heard
The time has come Categories: indignation, hyperbole, inspiration, judgement, leadership, perspective, Form: Roundel
The time has come to damp down gridlock and polarization
For the country's citizenry to treat each other with basic decency
To stop resorting, at the slightest offence, to righteous indignation
The time has come...
The time has...Read More
The internet Troll Categories: indignation, fun, Form: Free verse
The keyboard warrior
beats his desk.
his indignation he does express
towards his fellow man.
The cost of bread.
The colour red.
The tone of what you type.
Which boxer will win tonight's fight.
He pulls no punches
tells lots of lies
and always calls names to...Read More
Boogie Woman Big Bad Wolf and Paper Bag Man Categories: indignation, humor, Form: Narrative
Boogie Woman comes in between my cell layers at night
She punches me up and charges me up into my fierce fighting mode
I yell and scream my truth and she laughs, gulping my rage and my indignation.
Boogie Woman knows me better...Read More
The Spider's Reproach Categories: indignation, 7th grade, 8th grade, health, humorous, Form: Narrative
Upon a walk, I took the time,
To sit beneath a tree.
I paused a moment, to light a smoke,
when small voice spoke to me.
"If it please you Sir, I must insist,
you do not light that fag."
"My lungs,...Read More
Rejecting her plea to renegotiate what was Categories: indignation, emotions, love hurts, Form: Verse
Evoking sullen quests of a lonesome mind
She stepped outside under the starry skies
Only to find, one more time, no one replied
It was a vibrant sky celebrating moonlight
Wanting no part of her gloomy trespass
Jolting her entrance in thunderous clouds
Being self absorbed...Read More
Always Is Categories: indignation, inspiration, Form: Blank verse
penchants for doing things the right way
unhinge the knighted sky shot full with holes
twinkle twinkle little star, you burn so very
bright, where have you all gone? home you say,
dancing the edges of madness’ thin veils
containment slotted through...Read More
Leave Them Laughing Categories: indignation, humor, Form: Free verse
She, Gilda, would run into wall -
he, Chevy, orchestrate fumbling fall -
simply to invoke chuckle, chortle,
titter, spontaneous guffaw.
Carol’s impersonation of lone cleaner,
Bob’s deadpan unsmiling demeanor,
spoke on some basic level to all -
providing service of social screener.
She, Joan, of clever deprecation...Read More
The Men and Women in Blue Categories: indignation, anger, political, Form: Rhyme
In the late 60's and 70's,
They were called "Pigs."
In 2019, with a population
Now it's graves for them we dig,
Oh how terribly cruel and sad!
No, not the killers, though!
They are set free to live
in Sanctuary Cities, you see.
Some Americans just do
Not want law and...Read More
Dedication to Poets Categories: indignation, encouraging, how i feel, inspirational, poets, Form: Rhyme
Dedication to Poets
In our world, no matter which
We all experience loss and suffer
Poetry is the land of the free,
Where love,life and liberty can still
be expressed ever so freely.
It's a refreshing break from bogus
news for me.
Life's long journey has been filled
The harvest Categories: indignation, anger, bereavement, Form: Free verse
These leavings are devastating.
I feel husked and scraped
The cobb cast on the bin
While destiny enjoys my entrails.
A continuos cycle of harvest
Where heaven recieves the best
And the living are trodden by fate.
I have words of comfort
just as i know...Read More
Poet Dreamer Categories: indignation, 10th grade, brother, character, giving, identity, introspection, Form: Bio
People find me loyal, softhearted, generous and an intellectual.
I was born the third eldest of ten sisters and two brothers
I love my mate, our adopted children and ordinary folks.
My poems express empathy, compassion and indignation.
I fear a bleak...Read More
Poverty Is Categories: indignation, 9th grade, analogy, corruption, discrimination, grief, irony, Form: Couplet
Poverty's a politician who takes what he can get
and Poverty's a barratician that makes what he can threat.
Yet Poverty's a garignation of what we want to take
when Poverty's our indignation for what we have to make....Read More
Love Little No More Categories: indignation, appreciation, conflict, courage, depression, emotions, encouraging, friendship Form: Free verse
You said to me
"I want to be buried here
Under that little citrus tree..."
You smiled, decidedly
I looked at you perplexed
This was after your disdainful speech to me
I imagine queuing in the quiet, mournful strings
As a dim light illuminates your broken frame
the actualized fellow Categories: indignation, satire, Form: Free verse
as a man of good character, he always made sure
to display on the sleeve
of his corporate-manufactured blazer
all the evils of the world which he chose to carry.
and every opportunity to expose with zealous indignation
any who dared disagree with his message
Group Nincompoop Categories: indignation, community, corruption, culture, deep, growth, identity, journey, Form: Couplet
I regret the sway, scope and exposure of groups
who perpetuate race and gender nincompoop.
Of course, we are all born equal, come on people!
Upheaval from such is ignorance most feeble.
I bemoan society’s rationality
that steers away from individuality.
When one gives a...Read More
ELECTRIC FURY Categories: indignation, anger, inspiration, passion, Form: Rhyme
We as humans have lost our way
our spirits have degraded, our ancient roots have gone stray,
we have lost the ability to see the way
spirituality is a ghost that's gone fray,
we sacrifice our lives just to get...Read More