Women Poetry Poems

These Women Poetry poems are examples of Poetry poems about Women. These are the best examples of Poetry Women poems written by international poets.


Shall I compare life to a game by Suzanna Sladojevic
Shall I compare life to a game?
Sometimes the coldness in life, 
Can tremble the bones,
Of brave men, 
And women,
Alike.

By chance some may see heaven,
To shine...

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Categories: poetry, adventure, games, happy, imagery,

A time to stop smiling by CHRISTOPHER QUIGLEY
Sitting on a bench, the sun drizzles over me
Strangers pass by sewn on their faces, stories of regret and triumph
Some eyes wells of the deepest...

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Categories: poetry,



Premium MemberAlone Forever by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
I’m too old to find love now
I thought I’d be married 
oh so long ago
That is now a non existent dream

Nobody wants to love me
for...

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Categories: poetry, conflict, dark, deep, depression,

Premium MemberThe Dog Smells Like Manure by Caren Krutsinger
The dog smells like cow manure,
My feet are black from the blacktop I've been
running around on all day, and the daisy backpack
I purchased solely to...

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Categories: poetry, introspection, life, light, sometimes,

Where Is Clark Street by curtis johnson
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Categories: poetry, addiction, america, care, chicago,

A Womans Right by Michael Robinson


A Woman’s Right
{A High Priestess of the Moon}

All sharing shapes
Elegantly moving in sync together
A gravitational pull to balance life
Floating and flowing with control
An encouraging movement...

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Categories: poetry, analogy, beautiful, beauty, care,

Premium MemberHeirs Of The Struggle by millard lowe

Paradoxically, slavery showed equanimity—
Its suffering displayed no discrimination;
We all shared equally, its debilitation,
And were equally denied any sympathy
Over the Middle Passage odyssey;

Black men were prized;...

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Categories: poetry, africa, black african american,

WIRE WOMEN by Jimmi Canada
Wire women is beautiful
She's killer bliss

Can't stop her lids

Pom Poms can wait,
I dig all her sins

I'm faking it intimately dear,
to see you so clear

Now is...

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Categories: poetry, age, allusion, angel, animal,

Premium MemberFive Forty-Three A M by Caren Krutsinger
3:15 a.m. 
 It was a crappy, wet, rainy dog-hiding drizzly morning.
Anthony woke up in a bad mood, with a sore throat, that got worse...

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Categories: poetry, 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium MemberWriting Woes by Caren Krutsinger
Mrs. A Writer sat at her word processor for four or five solid hours

After two o’clock her neck was a mess and her writing a...

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Categories: poetess, poetry, wisdom, women,

Rocks Off On A Saturday Night, or The Poetry of 'Bros' by David Welch
Rocks off baby on a Saturday night,
cause I’ve never felt so alive,
you and me baby, gonna do it up right,
sonna touch you deep down inside.
Get...

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Categories: poetry, celebrity, drink, humor, lust,

Premium MemberMiracle in My Womb by Sakshi Singh
From some week
Nauseous I feel 
Last month my period also ceased 
I'd gone to Doctor 
"You are preggy"
She congratulated me. 
A sweet smile ran through...

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Categories: birth, child, imagination, poetry,

Premium MemberAftermath by millard lowe

Weak tears struggle down wrinkled faces
of mothers with sagging breasts—
Looking down at ballooned bellies;

Their children lying in graveyard laps
oblivious to flies playing around
blood-shot eyes;

Boko Harim...

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Categories: poetry, africa, evil, horror, imagery,

You are Fire by Avijeet Das
I have been blessed to come across many inspiring women in my life. From the women in my family and friends to the women in...

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Categories: poetry, education, fire, girl, inspiration,

Catie Lindsey by James McLain
Trust cannot be a red flag, loving what time one has left!
No one is meant to be lonely,
When one has only left the time that...

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Categories: poetry, adventure, art, feelings, how

Women's World Part 2 by Jenny Dillon
If you try to tell me that I’m just being a drama queen, the silent screams that suffocate my thoughts might just escape from my...

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Categories: poetry, appreciation, art, slam, society,

Women's World Part 1 by Jenny Dillon
Apparently, we’re living in a women’s world. Yes, we’re way better off than we were fifty years ago, but that doesn’t mean that sexism is...

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Categories: poetry, appreciation, art, slam, society,

The Renegade Who Got Away by Janet Bingham
I'm American, a Cherokee.
The white settlers slaughtered our families
on the Trail of Tears.
Our women escaped the white settlers
between the sheets.
We stumbled along the dusty roads,
dragging...

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Categories: poetry, corruption, courage, endurance, freedom,

Premium MemberThis Woebegone Friday Feeling by Broken Wings
It's Friday and I am feeling so woebegone,
I woke today full of tragic melancholy;
the day is dark with rainfall and I have withdrawn.

I just want...

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Categories: day, feelings, poetry, writing,

A viking's valentine forboden of thing by John Beam
Yearning- the bosom gemstone’s ever-grasp                    ...

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Categories: poetry, culture, destiny, history, love,