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Farm Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member Ecological Prosperity
Growing up on God's impoverishing family farm,
he learned to hide his work
in tissues of unearthly privacy.

Regenerating in Earth's richly resonant nutrition,
she recovered her playful avocations
in...

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Categories: earth, education, environment, farm,



Premium Member Intellectual Snobbery
When I was in grade school
I was, already, 
on my leftbrain dominant path
toward acting the intellectual snob.

This, in large part
my best offense,
my trump card, sadly,
against...

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Categories: appreciation, emotions, farm, gender,

The demise of rationale
The demise of the rationale, transforms to a spell,

On its stride kills innocence, opens the door to hell

Its not the fire of warmth on a...

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Categories: allusion, betrayal, change, dark,

Premium Member Sins of Our Fathers
In hindsight
I suspect my dad silently hoped,
secretly conceived,
vicariously needed his dream
I would become a multi-talented musician.

He said, No.
behind my mother's gentle apron
strings of soft-voiced disappointment,
but...

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Categories: discrimination, father son, growing

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,



Premium Member Designing Healthier Democracy
Green democratic design,
like PermaCulture Design,
intends polyculturally resilient nutritional outcomes
for global, as for local, interdependently co-attracted ecosystems
composed, in designing part, 
of social-ego communication networks.

Nutritionally attractive outcomes,
and...

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Categories: earth, education, farm, garden,

Premium Member Sister Powers
Theology is insufficient for spiritual experience
because systematic theory offers no satisfactory substitute
for a hug.

I was far too young
to understand how I am different
from white patriarchal...

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Categories: appreciation, family, farm, gender,

Premium Member The Nature Preserve
I don't know many people so urbanized
they would not prefer a nature preserve
and star light
for neighbors, day and night,
over a new developed suburbanization.

Not too many...

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Categories: happiness, health, love, nature,

Premium Member GreenSanctuary Intentions
Earth's multi-tribal sanctuary,
like any flexible multi-generational home,
like elastically resilient residents
of a nineteenth century
three-family brownstone,
or a centennial extended family farm,
positively grows gratitude
for HereNow integrity
of further co-operative...

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Categories: community, creation, green, health,

Premium Member Power: Love v Whatever
What might it take for love to conquer anger
fear
hate?

How is holistic compassion already more contagious than a-holistic self-hatred,
we-hatred?

There is more than one way to hear...

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Categories: happiness, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member View from a Sanctuary
He retired to his sanctuary
on the Eastern shore of the Thames River
three years ago,
an often frustrated permaculture organizer
for building cooperative social health
by creatively communicating climate...

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Categories: age, america, change, health,

Premium Member Kindness Between Lovers
Cooperative kindness to others
is a fake kindness
if this liberating word or freeing action
compromises your own integrity,
which is disintegrating thereby,
an unkindness
to your own healthy Ego with...

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Categories: education, freedom, health, humanity,

Premium Member FRESH Air
I was invited to the FRESH urban farm
for youth development
of plants and people
and a more nutritionally just planet,
for an interview.

As usual
I began with uncovering 
where...

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Categories: caregiving, green, health, humor,

Premium Member My Healing Justice Interview
I was interviewing our Food Justice Coordinator
for Edible Landscape Projects
nurturing democratic peaceful outcome
projections
and trend analysis,
none of which would competitively sell papers.

She asked most of my...

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Categories: food, games, green, health,

Premium Member Swamp Babies
When participating in a HealthCare Future Search,
you are invited
to explore a personal timeline
as well as a global timeline
of critical healthcare events
in your past,
present,
and future.

HealthCare personal...

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Categories: culture, environment, farm, health,

Premium Member The Vampire and the Farmer
Once upon an aging mosquito
of healing time,
There was an ancient heroic farmer
not unlike Hercules
if he had lived too long
redressed
and sometimes addressed
as green Goddess Gaia,

Feeling uncomfortable...

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Categories: age, farm, fear, health,

Premium Member Organic Strategies
What are differences between strategic planning
and organic development?

Is one deductive LeftBrain sequential
while the other
could also be inductive RightBrain holistic,
holonic Left with Right?

Leaving no one feeling
we...

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Categories: education, farm, future, games,

Premium Member Family Jazz Farmers
I am reading Wendell Berry stories
again,
still,
today.

And notice
over these past several weeks
he unfolds two bipolar themes.

Berry is,
was,
a cooperative Southern neighborhood farmer
of organic hospitality.
His protagonists grow on...

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Categories: dark, education, farm, light,

Premium Member Green Vermont
I was reading about Vermont.
Their cooperative Farm to Table
nutritional network.

I first noticed
they closed BusinessAsUsual gaps
from Producer to Consumer
back to Producers again,
Farm
to Table
to ReOrganic Farm,
like a...

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Categories: earth, education, environment, farm,

Premium Member Outside Classrooms
Learning about light and dark
about nutrition and toxin
about birds and bees,
about conductors and insulators,
pitchers and catchers,
producers and consumers,
does not happen best
inside school buildings,
she said
with some...

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Categories: earth, education, health, humor,