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Identity Language Poems

These Identity Language poems are examples of Language poems about Identity. These are the best examples of Language Identity poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Complementary Lines
Your words cave in
to my ear canal,
each laud casting lines
slight of fate.

I live this life
as a fish woman,
with my tackle box 
full of bait.

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Categories: identity, introspection, language, metaphor,

Ink of the Islands
In the heart of the Pacific, where waves cradle secrets,
**Tatau** emerges—a sacred script etched upon skin,
A symphony of charcoal rivers, whispered stories,
**Samoan souls bloom**.

**Pe'a**, the...

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Categories: language, appreciation, beautiful, devotion, freedom,

Premium Member Words From Home
colloquialism to say is quite the trick
tells where your from by words that you pick
with diplomas on the wall
my friends I appall
when I go fishing...

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Categories: culture, humorous, language,

Premium Member We have identity
What we have, is inherent.'
A digital abberation cannot 
Surpass its supremacy.!
Act..And it cannot be reversed'
Speak and it will be heard.'
Do not reign in your divine

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Categories: education, endurance, freedom, language,

Measina a Samoa
Measina a Samoa
Measina a Samoa, the treasures of Samoa
The language, the culture, the land, the people
The products, the stories, the wisdom, the faith
Measina a Samoa,...

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Categories: language, appreciation, change, community, encouraging,

Premium Member Body Language
We each have a unique identity
Alteration is hopeless
The enigma is a conundrum
With the option of reshuffling
You cannot fight a fire
through an amazing sight to behold

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© Sotto Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: language, analogy, confusion, inspirational,

No accent comes with an ace 
Or perfect words' tones at place
It doesn't assume a good act
Or speech determining lie or fact
Does it make one...

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Categories: language, abuse, art, confusion, education,

Premium Member They Speak Australian In Heaven
There I was standing at the Pearly Gates
I was so excited to learn my fate
   First, they sat me down

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Categories: language, fate, gender, heaven, humor,

Premium Member A Poet's Life Review
A life has passed; the years' account:
Was bravery shown at seasons' fount?

Was it a life made ever strong?
Did it show sense; did it know wrong?


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© Ann Peck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: language, analogy, change, humanity, identity,

Premium Member A Poem For Michael
Myself I’ve never been
much of a mathematician 
Algebra and stuff
didn’t add up to much
when I made the decision 
to respond to you 
our multi-versed 

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Categories: language, abuse, angst, discrimination, identity,

Premium Member This Thing Called Aging
—wThis Thing Called Aging

1All day, no, far more nearly for 2 years,
I have been thinking I have had
Enough of being old, being
Pleasant about this form...

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Categories: language, age, arabic, christian, dance,

Word repetitions with similar sounds come with rhythms quite often in rounds to pen and paper from deep within me thus jot down so-called poetry....

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Categories: language, music, poetry, song,

There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: language, 12th grade, character, hope,

I'M An Other
I’m an “Other”
By George W. Clever-------10 November 2015

I’m an “other” how about you
Are you an “other” too?
Our Congressman asked for my opinion on his officious...

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Categories: language, abuse, america, bible, family,

One Day
I close my eyes
feel the sun on my face
hear the sounds of the sea
smell the cooking of Greek food
I lick my lips
all around the sounds...

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Categories: language, feelings, future, holiday, identity,

Book: Shattered Sighs