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Political Narrative Poems

These Political Narrative poems are examples of Narrative poems about Political. These are the best examples of Narrative Political poems written by international poets.


STOLEN ILLUMINATION OF THE STAR
STOLEN ILLUMINATION OF THE STAR

This journey has not been a fanciful adventure, 
we're all settlers in  these dynasty of neo-colonialism 
united only by what...

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Categories: political,



The Eightieth Trimester, Part III
Hux was more than a bit surprised,
but heard the weight deep in her voice,
knowing that coming here today
could not have been an easy choice.

That she...

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Categories: abortion, conflict, courage, culture,

The Eightieth Trimester, Part II
Hux said,"My mother realized
that I was a being apart,
but if you’re all sure I’m a mistake,
then please, come stab me in the heart.”

To ensure that...

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Categories: abortion, conflict, courage, culture,

The Eightieth Trimester, Part I
Huxley was in his nineteenth year,
a freshman at a fancy school,
the kind with excesses of ivy,
who claimed they accepted no fools.

The academics were no task,
he’d...

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Categories: abortion, conflict, courage, culture,

The New Puritans, Part II
...It was only two days later
when the local catholic high school
was told their team name, the ‘Crusaders,’
was insensitive and uncool.
Protestors showed up to bellow slurs,
and...

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Categories: culture, how i feel,

The New Puritans, Part I
I was playing near a college town,
people pay money to hear my jokes,
when back-clad fools charged upon stage,
at first I thought it was a hoax.
Then...

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Categories: culture, how i feel,

Other People's Freedom, Part II
...But while talking at a diner on day
Autumn happened to make a remark
that being a woman meant giving life,
that pregnancy could bring joy to the...

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Categories: betrayal, dark, evil, freedom,

Other People's Freedom, Part I
Autumn though of herself as a kind soul,
and she took great pride in her compassion,
she believed things could be made perfect,
and her voting reflected this...

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Categories: betrayal, dark, evil, freedom,

Better Off A Cowboy, Part II
..But despite his words, Dylan had the skills,
made friends with the hands, kept up on his bills,
and his college learning helped with the books,
squeezed out...

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Categories: narrative, change, growing up, growth,

Better Off A Cowboy, Part I
My son’s name is Dylan, was country raised
in the hills of Wyoming where cattle graze,
helped on the ranch, but never felt fulfilled,
hated his hometown as...

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Categories: narrative, change, growing up, growth,

Dem New Publicans

Light da Roman candles
for da coming Chariots of Pharaoh holiday
Dem New Publicans
be back in pyramid power
Give a Caesar Palace casino hip, hip-hooray

Happy daze are here...

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Categories: parody, perspective, political, truth,

Premium Member A Most Courageous American President for the Ages
A Most Courageous American President for the Ages

I thought it would be most appropriate for me to take a moment to
share some of my reflections...

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Categories: america, celebration, character, inspiration,

The Ghosts of Capital Hill
I used to be into politics,
I would shout loud, and chant, and march,
believed we could change everything
if only we could be in charge.

Get new blood...

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Categories: change, corruption, crazy, humorous,

Carmena the American, Part II
...By now Carmena’s anger had built up,
and she glared searing flames at her ‘friend,’
said,”You shut you damn mouth and listen close,
everything you just said does...

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Categories: america, culture, discrimination, freedom,

Carmena the American, Part I
Carmena was born in Bolivia
but left that place at seventeen,
after three years of waiting for the chance
to live out an American dream.

When her folks finally...

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Categories: america, culture, discrimination, freedom,

The Change, Part III
The third time I was just thirty,
had a girlfriend, red-hot pretty,
my twenties had been a fine time,
but permanence was on my mind.
She had moved into...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,

The Change, Part II
The second time was three years later,
when my cousin called me ‘hater,’
she had gone and got pregnant, see,
despite only being eighteen.
The father had, of course,...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,

The Change, Part I
I know that it struck me as strange
the moment I first felt the change,
a first inkling, it came to me
way back when I was twenty-three,
was...

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Categories: age, change, growing up,

What's Going On - What Is It
Is it the West Wing is not the Best Wing?
Is it the White House is not the Right House?
Is it the President needs a New...

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Categories: america, change, leadership, people,

ONLY IN KENYA
The wages of sin is death, they say
But in Kenya, the wages of sin is power without say
The more you sin, the more powerful you...

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Categories: betrayal, character, corruption, integrity,