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Slavery Personification Poems

These Slavery Personification poems are examples of Personification poems about Slavery. These are the best examples of Personification Slavery poems written by international poets.


Unspoken words
Fear is my unspoken words
Emotions linger in my mind
like free flying birds
but still my life is sad!

Unspoken words remain Undefeated
Just as the sky remains seated
As...

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Categories: drug, inspirational, irony, motivation,



O' Mother Ghana
       O' Mother Ghana 
O' mother Ghana, how proud am i to be your grand son
My skin so black...

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Categories: africa,

As A Slave
As A Slave 

of this certain act
sin becomes a fact
either two or one
but such sin is done
directed by the feeling
to avoid one is unwilling
then becomes...

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Categories: slavery,

Mistress of Rooibos

Splendid in beauty and fragrant in ruby
How I linger in your placid dreams, 
drawing out your parched  tongue

I shall scatter my daughters with the...

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Categories: africa, dedication, strength,

Premium Member PART 1 - Earthbound Angels Made of Stone - An Epic
We dwell in quiet places
Where mortals sleep eternally
We earthbound angels made of stone
Keeping vigil for thee

Stone angels carved by human hands
In honor of the dead
Giving...

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Categories: angel, baby, birth, black



inthenameof
Powers of heaven
Shaken. 		Gates brought down
Deify. Defy urbanely
Programming genetically
Sub sonic sounds
Domestic mirage of liberty

Homeland invasion - Counter-intelligence

Conducted on our own nation
On us.
Claiming they must
In defense...

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Categories: god, hyperbole, political, religious,

Journey of a sword
For generations I slept.
My violent ever churning home I could accept.
Then the churning itself ceased.
I wept.

The home went dark.
The home went cold.

Then the clanging began.
Louder...

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Categories: identity, slavery, soldier,

BLACK IN AMERICA
To be black in america is like a wound never given a chance to heal, there are times when bandages are placed upon the hurt...

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Categories: america,

hate
Morals uprooted, the trickle of time the life of a man, the life of a lie the solace thoughts of a broken thing, with the...

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Categories: growth, hate,

If These Walls Could Talk
I wish these walls would talk
        Of your slavery in the dark
They would tell your throat’s pain
 ...

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Categories: fantasy, on work and

The Thing That's so Amazing
The thing that's so amazing about the poet's eye is when he looks up he does 
not merely see the sky.
He sees the family of...

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Categories: imagination,

A Path to Freedom: A Black Mans Dream
Today I’m free from slavery
Yet hatred still revolves in my life rev MLK had a dream
it was for darkness of hatred to be freed by...

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Categories: black african american, devotion,