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Clothes Political Verse Poems

These Clothes Political Verse poems are examples of Political Verse poems about Clothes. These are the best examples of Political Verse Clothes poems written by international poets.

The Joker- Information Overload
Information Overload

Lost in data,
Lost in tears,

Empty words, promises,
Presented with flowers,

The Truth and the lies,
Together, hand in hand,

Information Overload,
From our waking to our sleep,

Words thrown to...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, corruption, humanity,

Premium Member Comedy of Impeaching Errors
The Republican congressmen,
and I do mean white privileged straight men,
came to their Democratic opposition
concerned about how depressing
December can be,
and all of winter,
come to think and...

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Categories: caregiving, earth, health, humor,

Perched on figurative shoulder
Perched on figurative shoulder...
taking devil's advocate stance...,
with sharp eyed cognizance
of course Joe King abidance!

Wild eyed traitor Joe Schmoe,
albeit Democrat subjects himself to grow
wing skepticism at...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

PECO boo recalcitrant kilowatt hour consumer
How ideal to luxuriate
supposed divine right frill
maximizing climate control
with matter of fact bravado
creature comfort pang to fulfill
consequent flagrant portent

to exercise freewill
beware controlled environment
pays hefty bill

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Categories: 10th grade, 12th grade,

Premium Member Slow-Cooked Conversion Stories
I was raised in one of those white nationalist churches,
passing itself off as a Christian evangelical Bible church,
where "evangelical" meant fundamental
and "fundamental" meant we did...

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Categories: childhood, christian, earth, faith,

Standing up for the kids standing up to sleep in overbearing heat clothes damp from their pee, God made night separate from day, but with...

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Categories: abuse, anger,

Volatile Hazardous Noxious Material
Volatile Hazardous Noxious Material...

Spews out the maw
bare n paws size of a bear
yes, him Donald Trump
with maniacal glare
gussied up as inane
name calling offensive

analogous to an...

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Categories: america, corruption, evil, fear,

Premium Member Embedded SpringTimes
Perhaps we all secretly long
to be embedded in perpetual spring time.

My most entertaining pre-pubescent memories
of spring's most sacred times,
when occasionally left 
to my own leisurely...

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Categories: community, earth day, engagement,

Premium Member Black Life Shatters
My oldest son,
one of the few Earth-mattering
Black lives
I was made to protect
to guide
by eco-righteous WinWin acts 
and co-passioning words,

Felt, and therefore was, disempowered,
like helpless prey...

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Categories: black african american, bullying,

Premium Member What's The Problem
What's the problem with homelessness,
other than the violence from which it comes
and toward which it further travels?

Why not ignore 
and grow tolerance
for the inevitability of...

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Categories: health, imagination, integrity, love,

When Stockton Cried No Pasaran
The summers end was near
We smoked in the dockyard
And talked of the foe
Which even now came closer

They began to arrive
Bus loads of them
Black hearts in...

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© Steve Sant  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: conflict, march, prejudice, racism,

Premium Member The Great Rapture Story
Christian evangelicals
of GoodNews for spiritual elites
and BadNews for natural non-elites
radically separate scriptures
describing a divine EarthCreation Story
of past one-week strategic development,
kept in one sacred sciences department,


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Categories: analogy, anti bullying, caregiving,

Premium Member What Daddy Demands
EarthMama Invites

Without RightDaddy Dominance,
Left EcoMama
and Her still innocent suppressed Children,
share no opposing WinLose
internalized voices,
just anxious and angry
and fearful feelings
about LoseLose
ego and Earth

Because all RightBrain...

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Categories: bullying, caregiving, gender, health,

Smile But
This isle doth smile
But breath doth draw.
Whilst talk across vast tables, does
See our dignity, destiny and diversity
Slide out one door.

This isle doth smile
But furrow its...

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Categories: destiny, future, political, repetition,

Wake up all you parents
you must be on alert
Laws are changing, not too good
for men that wear a skirt 

Next time you're out in public

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© Pete Yuhas  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: america, anger, conflict, gender,

Water in the morning

Water rains the philosophies of mums each morning plying jeer can with tough 
faces because the taps have been experiencing months of loneliness in it...

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Categories: anger, rights,

Locked away
The poor and the rich,
The mass illusion that separates us,
From geographic locations,
To race tracking, the numerical system,
Set by aliens to alienate us,
Words from the mind,

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Categories: betrayal, corruption, deep, earth,

Premium Member Laundering Her Accounts
New England's late May sun was long up,
and yet her laundry began to unfold
and clip onto the droopy clothesline,
while yet to warm into 8 AM.


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Categories: analogy, destiny, health, humanity,

Premium Member HealthCare DisInvestment
What did you talk about
in your Anger Management Class today,
dear Yang?

Crisis survival skills.

As opposed to opportunity optimization skills, 
I would guess?

I suppose so.
Like when someone...

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Categories: caregiving, conflict, health, humanity,

Premium Member This Empire Wears No Loser Clothes
You look in your monochromatic mirror
and see a Lincoln Republican.

You read,
"You can fool some of the people some of the time,"
but not all the bicameral...

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Categories: confusion, culture, games, health,