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Culture Pastoral Poems

These Culture Pastoral poems are examples of Pastoral poems about Culture. These are the best examples of Pastoral Culture poems written by international poets.

Premium Member If We Must Die
If We Must Die: (Dedicated to the Memory of Claude McKay, Harlem Renaissance Poet and Jamaican Born)

If we must die: 
Let it not result from,...

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Categories: courage, devotion, faith, god,

Suburban Pastorale
Suburban Pastorale

(I walk in nature still alone. Thoreau)

Among purchased trees
he seeks repose
and bruised 
by civic alienation
forgets that Eden's cleft
has led to all that's made.
But surely...

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Categories: culture, garden,

Spinsters of our land
Spinsters of our culture
They are busy ants with
Domestic minds
Sisters of our land
They are our valued medicine
Of cure they are the root of...

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Categories: celebration, character, creation, culture,

Dear Lord, You created us in your likeness,
And You hoped that someday we follow in your greatness.
But we turned away from peace and happiness,
And forgot...

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© Nari Song  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: religious,

Fall's Beauty
Fall’s Beauty

Shuffling through the leaves and grass
Looking back on Autumn’s past
Gazing at the dreary sky
Watching nature take a sigh

As we wait for winter’s blast
And the...

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Categories: appreciation, autumn, beautiful, beauty,

The green village, the colored city, the ever familiar locality
Each path, tree, house, turn, each native I have left behind
But creepers, hedges have entangled with...

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Categories: birth, childhood, memory, youth,


A lady rich, perfumed and dressed splendidly was driven
by her liveried chauffeur to Lisbon when she, at a certain 
point asked her driver...

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Categories: culture, cute love, dad,

Spiked Heels

For the lack of spiked heels
The carpet endured,
The linoleum had no dents,
Women walked with confidence,
Maintaining balance.

For the lack of spiked heels
Mothers were more patient,
Children could...

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© James Tate  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: culture, simile, wife, women,

The language of migration
Despite the climate challenge with traffic congestion on the road,
there’s still a driving urge to go out and celebrate the Eucharist;
it’s a great deal of...

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Categories: history, hope, life, peace,

An evolving deal
I see how these people work to the hilt,
to offer themselves to a certain cause;
to take part in the so-called Project Hospitality
as they interact with...

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Categories: caregiving, work, work,

The Last Hour of the Christ
I wear the crown of hatred
misunderstanding and despair upon my hair
upon my back a wooden cross I bare
I know not why I’m hated so
all the...

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Categories: bible, blessing, celebration, character,