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Perspective Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem No Weak Days Carol Connell Light Verse day, fun, life, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Where Beams Forth, Return Of Lifesaving Light Robert Lindley Sonnet perspective, appreciation, art, creation, introspection,
Premium Member Poem Sprigs Of Blues Duncan R. M. Ferguson Lyric analogy, garden, imagery, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Rummage Sale Duncan R. M. Ferguson Lyric analogy, humanity, introspection, perspective,
Interpretation warren marc Free verse perspective,
Premium Member Poem 21 Syllables J P Marmaro Verse perspective,
Politically Correct Joe DiMino Free verse america, analogy, perspective, philosophy,
When I undangled my participles for you Elsa Rosee Free verse analogy, perspective, poems, purple,
Premium Member Poem Old Man arthur vaso Free verse perspective, art, beautiful, child, mystery,
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Premium Member Poem Death Edward Ibeh Fibonacci dark, death, perspective,
Nightmare 4 Troy Toney Rhyme perspective, allusion, anxiety, betrayal, conflict,
Premium Member Poem Rise Up Edward Ibeh Free verse inspirational, life, metaphor, perspective,
fiery skies tamer hossam ABC perspective, allegory, art, discrimination, humanity,
Premium Member Poem IN TIME Line Gauthier Free verse perspective, blessing, cheer up, friendship
Premium Member Poem JUST A LONER Line Gauthier Free verse perspective, desire, growing up, introspection,
Comunidad Sin Alma colin mitchell williams Free verse community, culture, environment, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Amphibian Me Caren Krutsinger Free verse perspective, self,
I absconded with reader rabbit Peter to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day matthew harris Epic perspective, adventure, best friend, courage,
An Array of Stars Joe DiMino Free verse perspective, poems, poetry, poets,
Climate Change Joe DiMino Free verse christian, environment, people, perspective,
Premium Member Poem SHOE FETISH Line Gauthier Concrete appreciation, beautiful, fashion, perspective,
Premium Member Poem ONE DAY Line Gauthier Free verse perspective, appreciation, caregiving, death, health,
Premium Member Poem Judging a Contest CayCay Jennings Free verse perspective, poems, poetry, spoken
Premium Member Poem NEWS Martin Brown Couplet perspective,
Premium Member Poem MOMENTS IN TIME Line Gauthier Free verse perspective, fantasy, games, life, mystery,
Premium Member Poem Duck Soup Edward Ibeh Senryu perspective, romantic,
Don't Bother Me Rhona McFerran Rhyme perspective, community, funny, how i
Remember The Days Troy Toney Rhyme perspective, adventure, allusion, appreciation, blessing,
The Unexpected Rhona McFerran Free verse perspective, change, confidence, confusion, life,
Fragments of Consciousness Joe DiMino Free verse introspection, people, perspective, philosophy,
Once More Honestly J.T. Lyric how i feel, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Flabbergasted Edward Ibeh Lyric perspective, anger, celebrity, confusion, how
Premium Member Poem The Beginning and the End of an Era Gershon Wolf Free verse perspective, time,
Premium Member Poem Love's never easy John Hamilton Lyric perspective, destiny, lonely, love, love
Premium Member Poem JUST A SPECK Line Gauthier Free verse adventure, mystery, nature, perspective,
Paths Gail Foster Triolet perspective, appreciation, humanity, inspiration, jealousy,
Premium Member Poem Shifty Ink Duncan R. M. Ferguson Lyric introspection, perspective, uplifting, writing,
Premium Member Poem BARE ALL TO THE JUDGES Line Gauthier Free verse confidence, fate, judgement, perspective,
E - Enchanted North Calantoni ABC perspective, angst, art, emo, emotions,
Premium Member Poem Mother Russia - in Putin's own words Robert Ippaso Light Verse conflict, humorous, parody, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Hearth and Art CayCay Jennings Lyric perspective, art, beauty, imagination, joy,
Premium Member Poem The Hunderd Best At Anything Jerry T Curtis Rhyme appreciation, discrimination, humor, perspective,
A Newer Happier Hell Earl Schumacker Quatrain perspective, betrayal, confusion, death, faith,
Summit Times Ja Just Gotta Walk Away matthew harris Political Verse perspective, abuse, betrayal, deep, environment,
Peaceful Serenity Troy Toney Rhyme perspective, blessing, cheer up, courage,
Temperance Andrew Fairchild Haiku introspection, peace, perspective, sunshine,
Tranquility Andrew Fairchild Haiku appreciation, blessing, peace, perspective,
Premium Member Poem PLENTY Line Gauthier Free verse perspective, appreciation, life, money, peace,
Shadows Richard Martins Free verse analogy, perspective, surreal, symbolism,
Left Foot, Right Foot Jakob Towell Rhyme perspective, childhood, cry, farewell, hate,

About This Page

Perspective Poems. Above are examples of poems about perspective. This list of perspective poems is composed of the works of modern international poet members of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of perspective poetry. This list of works about perspective is an excellent resource for examples on how to write perspective poems.

Perspective Poem Example

Slave

Like a herd of cattle, placed on a ship.
Upon my back, I felt their whip!
Ripping into my flesh, excruciating pain.
Forced across the big water on a trip.

Living in darkness with little to eat.
The feel of chains around my feet.
Amidst tortured cries, the ship did shake.
Waves pounded the hull with relentless beat.

Only once a day, would we see the sky.
Huge sails, caused the ship to fly.
Further and further away from my home.
Feeling confused not understanding why!

A white devil, steered the wooden ship.
All his mates evil with scabbed putrid lips.
Yet we, depended on them for our lives.
Without them, into the ocean we'd slip.

The journey long, felt like an eternity!
I longed to be anywhere but on the sea.
My mind occupied with thoughts of my home.
yet, I could not escape this horrible enemy!

Sick and dying were forced to walk the plank.
Then into the cold water they quickly sank.
The sailors laughed, as the last man was tossed!
Their spirits boistered with the rum they drank.

Many days later we finally made land.
A place of stone and wood, I could see no sand.
Crack of the whip, we rose to our feet.
"Off of my ship!"was the devil's final command!


For Verlena's "Writing in a black Perspective" Contest



Story continued for my own pleasure, not part of the entry.

Slave Part Two

Brought in chains, to a raised wooden stage.
Bids tallied carefully, sales written on a page.
That was when I witnessed, a most perfect girl.
Bought by a fat man, she was placed in a cage!

I was up next, I stood still as he bid on me.
"One dollar, gimme two, two dollars, sold for three!"
Then I was taken and locked up in the cage with her.
Together we both dreamt, of one day being free.

Brought to the plantation, in late September.
I worked in cotton fields, until November.
Then I would be purposed, to cutting fire wood.
For cold and snow came, by early December.

In the evening, we were left to be with our kind.
While in the big house, our master dined.
Later at dusk, my angel girl would come.
Her beauty so amazing, she made me blind!

The taste of her body, my rememberance of home.
We gave each other pleasure, when we were alone.
Even though the master, wanted her for only him.
I felt like a free man, when I would hear her moan!

Her pregnant, I wondered if the child was mine?
If I was the father, I would be bound in twine.
Still inside I prayed, that the child belonged to me.
In the end, that would be certainly be fine.

Nine months later, almost to the day.
The love of my life was taken away.
In death our child born, middle of September.
The master's anger, I could not sway.

I was awoken, ripped out of my bed!
He took out a musket loaded with lead.
Finally free, in spirit we both travel.
There are certainly worse things, than being dead!











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