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Conflict Political Verse Poems

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


Acknowledgement
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 
I know of a place
A place so rich and fertile 
A place with green trees
With the sweet scent of nature
And the beauty of wildlife
With...

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Categories: africa, anger, conflict, dark,



Premium Member CoHabitating Wishes
A sustained mystery for more long-term resilient cohabitation
is how to exchange high tolerance for ambiguity,
with, and not for, active curiosity about ambidexterity,
vulnerable dipolarity both/anding transparent...

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Categories: appreciation, conflict, courage, creation,

Damn Divisive Demagogic Derelict
Das Don doth debilitate democracy
driving a collateral wedge
deliberately dividing differences
collaborating, collapsing, and collaring
disparity amidst ever
increasing homogenization

extant within contiguous United States
across world wide web for that...

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Categories: america, conflict, grief, howl,

The alien
THE ALIEN
I am an alien
I live in a world where aggression and brutality are the codes
The people of this world find fun in watching people...

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Categories: africa, betrayal, conflict, depression,

Premium Member Making America Grungy Again
AnthroCentrism
grows from globally rabid nihilism.

As cynicism
grows from anthropocentric roots

As narcissism
grows from cynical Lose/Lose
trampling our Win/Win EarthTribe opportunities
in over-marching, 
uneconomically smart
unecologically naive
anti-ego/ecosystemic,
stomping bully boots.


What the USSR...

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Categories: america, conflict, earth day,

Family Matters
As a society we are wrestling with the issues,
Of how best to Provide for our children.

Should the state play such a big part,
Should we set...

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Categories: age, blue, cheer up,

Premium Member Next To Godliness
What would you say,
if yours to freely choose,
lies closest to godliness:
Cleanliness/purity,
Integrity,
Compassion,
Resilient health,
Wise wealth?

Why?

Does your answer change
if this question changes to:
What lies closest to Gaian Earth...

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Categories: caregiving, god, happiness, health,



Premium Member Liberal Love's Failure
One answer to Patrick Deneen's question,
Why Liberalism Failed,
not necessarily opposed to Deneen's own
more LeftBrain position,
yet considerably shorter,
is:

Profoundly democratic liberalism,
like Christianity,
has failed because it has not...

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Categories: business, conflict, culture, games,

Premium Member The Leadership Convention
When potable water nearly disappeared,
good faith communities
for healthy living 
water,
Earth,
people,
plants,
soil,
air,

Fire-breathing resistance churches
and calmer rapture temples,
synagogues,
mosques,
green post-millennial sanctuaries,
Gaian ecofeminist fire-circles
gathered their members and neighboring allies,
republican nationalists,
green...

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Categories: conflict, health, integrity, love,

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

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

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Categories: black african american, bullying,

Premium Member Practice Makes Resilience
When I mention my morning meditation practice,
many respond with wishes and hopes
they could
would
should discipline themselves
to also join in to this practice
practice
praxis
until fragmented uncommunicative ego/ecosystems
finally get...

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Categories: appreciation, caregiving, conflict, health,

Premium Member Awesome Changing Nest
In "Living Buddha, Living Christ"
Thich Nhat Hanh emphatically,
yet not aggressively, states,
"In a true dialogue,
both sides are willing to change."

I agree,
but would expand this therapeutic communication...

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Categories: change, conflict, culture, environment,

Premium Member Upside down state to address
Suffering for the love of justice 
where patience holds the silent truth prisoner 
arrogance has an overwhelming attitude 

That of superiority being their downfall to...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, conflict, corruption,

Premium Member Healthier Democratic Days and Nights
In good government sectors,
Inside capital-driven outside energized urban environments,
In healthy cooperative societies,
In proper green-civilizing schools,
and domestically robust economies,

Outer boundary views
remain openly and resiliently cooperative,
while less...

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Categories: community, conflict, green, health,

Premium Member Approaching Resonance
Aspiring for WinWin cooperative outcomes
is a prerequisite of non-verbal
non-competitive communication behaviors,
as non-violent communication climates
and humane cultured environments
are responsive
to verbally cooperative hope
committed to resilient good-faith communication.

Cynicism...

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Categories: appreciation, community, conflict, encouraging,

Premium Member Engaging the Family Laundry
Perhaps infertile
incomplete
unwashed memories
of elder v younger,
Goliath v David,
crusades v communion
critical, yet part of chronic, events
speak extended family disengagement truth
to powerful dirty laundry engagement failures.

That disclaimer...

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Categories: culture, destiny, games, health,

Premium Member Political Health Paradigms
Systems,
cognitive and experiential,
spiritual and natural,
sacred and secular,
are paradigms,
mature revolutions and still partial evolutions,
with WinWin orthodox pretensions
and yet carrying our own WinLose seeds of destruction
dis-integration,
dissonance,
non-golden rules...

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Categories: community, conflict, destiny, health,

Harumph To Holiday Hoopla Phish Pshaw
Harumph To Holiday Hoopla – Phish Pshaw!

Relieved of fatherhood Saint
Nick schtick found me
to relinquish ratty outfit, and stow away zee bras
like padding and "FAKE flowing...

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Categories: angel, childhood, christmas, conflict,

Premium Member Horrific Climate Trends
Any difference between feeling horrified, on one hand,
and disenchanted terrifying thoughts, on the other,
seem connected to punishing error and folly in others
unlike our self-righteous ego...

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Categories: community, conflict, confusion, health,

Taxing away any kindness
They call them value added taxes.
In New Zealand it is called Government service tax
and it is on everything.

I call them the unkindest taxes of all,
Any...

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Categories: allusion, angst, assonance, betrayal,