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Garden Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member A Realer World
When I'm preparing my garden
for the drama of planting
a multicultural communion
lovely above
and interdependently rooted below,
inside human voices
sound pre-occupied with unremediated mediocrity,
unreality,
what does not richly nurture
what...

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Categories: culture, earth, football, garden,



Premium Member The Naked Emperor's Intervention
Oh my goodness!

I was just thinking about Erik Erikson,
psychoanalyst and essayist,
and his social analysis thing
about the U.S.
stuck in perpetual competitive
in-grown
culture-ungrown adolescence.

And Erikson suddenly reminded me...

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Categories: america, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member The Bird Feeder
Sometimes,
not often enough,
I stop my morning routine
to watch the feeding drama breathe feathered flurries in and out,
on, 
and under,
my side-yard bird feeder

Outside my kitchen windows
over...

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Categories: bird, community, earth, humanity,

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,

Scenes from the coming revolution
A bend in the road
They wait & have time to wait
For the coming car & it´s occupants
Unaware of their fate
The same scene is about to...

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Categories: political,

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,

Premium Member GreenGay Advocate
When I was about twelve
I began to see my future
as a ruthlessly effective
overpoweringly sublime advocate for justice 
as global peace outcomed and measured,
As a courtroom...

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Categories: adventure, health, journey, life,



Premium Member EveryDay Passion Stories
Passion stories,
like Epic Creation Stories,
are not so much about where we were started
or how many times we were finished
or disheartedly diminished.

Stories, inside and out,
are more...

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Categories: caregiving, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member Stretching Integrity's GoodNews
I find at least one difference
between owning water and energy outright
and co-owning water and energy delivery systems,
transport infrastructures.

The latter is cooperatively optimal.
The former is resiliently...

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Categories: caregiving, culture, education, health,

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 Summer Plot Development
In grade school
many of us learned about plot development
as variations on a WinLose theme--
Person v Self,
Person v Other,
Person v God/Universe/Earth/History/Evolution--

But
probably nothing about cooperative garden plot...

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Categories: caregiving, garden, health, integrity,

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 EarthFirst Communities
He thought they could build
a healthier multinational corporation.

She felt we could grow
a wealthier multicultural
sacred cooperative network.

He led a hierarchical Council
for World Class Communities.

She bled and...

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Categories: earth, green, health, heart,

Premium Member Potlatch Cafes and Gardens
Dear Covenant to Empower Children, Inc.

I was in a Potlatch CoHousing Cafe
just the other repair-invested day
for both ego and eco therapy.

Our host introduced
this Potlatch SkillShare...

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Categories: caregiving, children, community, garden,

Premium Member Outdoor Operatives
Community outdoor innovators
are challenged by premillennial lack
of potlatch cooperative investments
paid-forward
by ZeroZone invested WiseElders,

Limited by Space
for developing multifamily co-housing
with cooperative community organic gardens.

Limited by volunteer outdoor...

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Categories: caregiving, community, education, family,

Premium Member Listening Through RightWing Camouflage
Left reduces speech to Either/Or RightWing default,

Win with Ego NumberOne
means Lose for EcoZeroZone Abundance.

Eastern RightYin
childlike Both/And extroversion
emerges Zero becoming cooperative
co-arising
Ego HealthZone,
adolescent eco-introverting
West as robust Left...

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Categories: caregiving, earth, growth, health,

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,

Premium Member Using Outdoor Voices
It feels easier to me
to recall and eagerly embrace
what remains sacred in humane nature
while outside
listening to surf and winds
of exterior EarthSouled nature.

It seems easier to...

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Categories: caregiving, garden, health, humor,

Premium Member Death of Dreams
Our children must not die
before their parents
or parental dreams die with them.

And, for those without children,
this is easily empathized
because our dreams must not die
before we...

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Categories: death, earth, love, paradise,

Premium Member Irrational Numbers, with Lyrics
The number of folks sitting
on the back porch
waiting
for peace to strike,
like waiting for my garden to grow
without yet having planted it.

The number of people
noticing that...

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Categories: earth, education, humor, love,


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