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Norms Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem The Owl Omen Greg Gaul Couplet Couplet norms, bird, cry, death, flying,
Skyscraper Fritz Purdum Free verse Free verse norms, perspective, symbolism,
Merry Spring Besma Riabi Dziri Couplet Couplet norms, beauty, heart, hope, inspirational
LOVE WOULD NOT BE TORN norberto franco cisneros Free verse Free verse norms, dream, gender, heartbroken, lost
Premium Member Poem Heart Depths JQ CayCay Jennings Jueju Jueju norms, cute love, feelings, first
Over Bacon and Cigarettes Yvette Dignos Elegy Elegy norms, sad, sad love,
Premium Member Poem Integrity Embraces Diversity Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, community, environment, games, health,
Premium Member Poem NAUGHTY NICE Leon Enriquez Alliteration Alliteration norms, allusion,
Premium Member Poem Nature's Liquid Grape Robert Ippaso Rhyme Rhyme norms, beauty, blessing, happiness, hope,
Fabulous February vinoda bommakanti Couplet Couplet norms, appreciation, beautiful, beauty,
Premium Member Poem Florence Dale - FV Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse norms, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Awesome Changing Nest Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, change, conflict, culture, environment,
Premium Member Poem WestWing Propaganda Procedure Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, america, community, destiny, discrimination,
Premium Member Poem TRADING ALLOWED Muhammad Safa Thajudeen Blank verse Blank verse norms, business, character, conflict, corruption,
Premium Member Poem STREAM Leon Enriquez Alliteration Alliteration norms, allusion,
A STORY Sibusisiwe Ncede Free verse Free verse norms, africa,
Love redefined for my Valentine Sunita U.D Palawon Free verse Free verse norms, courage, devotion, dream, inspiration,
Premium Member Poem A Sustainable Sanctuary Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, community, destiny, green, health,
Premium Member Poem Engaging the Family Laundry Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, culture, destiny, games, health,
Premium Member Poem The Fall Of Our Norms Greg Gaul Couplet Couplet norms, america, leadership, love, political,
Premium Member Poem HealthCare Passions Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, community, education, health, integrity,
Premium Member Poem whats not for sale sand blown Free verse Free verse norms, allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem ANCHOR Leon Enriquez Alliteration Alliteration norms, change,
Premium Member Poem My Friend, My Love Vijay Pandit Verse Verse norms, friend, friendship love, love,
Premium Member Poem Toxic 2018 Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, anti bullying, fear, hate,
Premium Member Poem Permanent Sanctuary School Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, community, fear, health, integrity,
Premium Member Poem Reminiscing About Small Town Life Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry Prose Poetry norms, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Growing MultiCultural Comfort Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse norms, health, integrity, peace,
Premium Member Poem Talk, Rush, Bye, Click, Good Friends Caren Krutsinger Light Verse Light Verse norms, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Global Warming Emile Pinet Verse Verse norms, 10th grade, anxiety, change,
Premium Member Poem MOMENTS Leon Enriquez Quatrain Quatrain norms, change,
Premium Member Poem GLIMPSES Leon Enriquez Quatrain Quatrain norms, allegory,
Premium Member Poem A New Age Wren Rushing Rhyme Rhyme norms, bible, evil, future, god,
I Will Not Allow Her To Be David Welch Rhyme Rhyme norms, anger, bullying, conflict, culture,
Premium Member Poem Loving Miss RaggleToots Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry Prose Poetry norms, teacher,
Premium Member Poem Clumsy Cousins Gerald Dillenbeck Free verse Free verse norms, cousin, health, humor, myth,
Silence Encourages KENG CHUAN SENG Free verse Free verse norms, abuse, angst, betrayal, community,
TERROR IS SCARY deepak srivastava Rhyme Rhyme norms, angel, beautiful, care, confidence,
Premium Member Poem Inspiration From Marlee Bee Caren Krutsinger Prose Poetry Prose Poetry norms, inspiration, inspirational,
Premium Member Poem Choosing Sides Susan Ashley Free verse Free verse norms, angst, appreciation, introspection, irony,
THE CHOICE IS YOURS John Arribas Rhyme Rhyme norms, confidence, encouraging, growth, inspiration,
Premium Member Poem There Is Only One Me Emile Pinet Free verse Free verse norms, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Go, break the shackles VIJAI PANT Heroic Couplets Heroic Couplets norms, encouraging, love, motivation,
Don't Demean Meaning john sensele Free verse Free verse norms, poems,
Premium Member Poem SENSE OF INNER FREEDOM nette onclaud Free verse Free verse norms, appreciation, places, senses,
Premium Member Poem Saving Me Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse norms, motivation, people,
Restricted Life john sensele Free verse Free verse norms, poems,
Premium Member Poem To The Aced Ones millard lowe Prose Poetry Prose Poetry norms, allegory, analogy, bullying, evil,
It's A Crying Shame curtis johnson Free verse Free verse norms, america, god, leadership, prayer,
Premium Member Poem David Death Rhoda Monihan Tail-rhyme Tail-rhyme norms, computer, death, desire, internet,

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Norms Poem Example

Prophecy of Sand

Men, they say Dominators Slayers Conquerors We have been subjugated by their culture and rules The norms and the religions of masculine fools The laws and the clowns The world one day will evolve We who have the curves and seductive smiles Are we not filled inside with the same DNA? so they say… Give us books and untie our bonds We shall rise up, making empires strong Mock not my dashing eyes Discount not, my luscious thighs I shall dance your dance into the night Have no doubt; I shall be your queen When we are embraced, for who we are Do you not see? We shall gleam like the stars in the night Genders, colors, nations too Leave them sitting in old church pews Philosophers, doctors, engineers of creation We shall be side by side, working with you So smile and behold the new golden age Suras must die, in the deserts of past sage Sisters of the sun, the gods, and the wind The old men of the past must rescind Glories are coming, so rejoice and behold Equality is the greatest story a woman ever told
Poet George Sand Notes Excerpt from letters to Gustave Flaubert Nohant from George Sand Amantine-Lucile-Aurore Dupin, wrote under the pseudonym name of George Sand She was born in July, 1804, and is more known as a writer, but many of her prose by today’s standards are very poetic in nature. She was a feminist long before the term existed. She was very able to converse and discuss with men, as equals, and at the same time able to maintain all that makes us beautiful. She was able to see the finest details of life as well as absorb the political and cultural idiosyncrasies of the time, and had no fear saying her own views. To be an inconvenience distresses me I sleep everywhere, in the ashes, or under a kitchen bench, like a stable dog. Everything shines with spotlessness at your house So one is comfortable everywhere. I shall pick a quarrel with your mother and we shall laugh and joke, you and I, much and more yet. If it’s good weather, I shall make you go out walking, if it rains continually, we shall roast our bones before the fire while telling our heart pangs. The great river will run black or grey under the window saying always, fast, faster! Carrying away our thoughts, and our days, and our nights, without stopping to notice such small things. "The beauty that addresses itself to the eyes is only the spell of the moment; the eye of the body is not always that of the soul."

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