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Hurt Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member King Of The Hill
When I was a ginger eight
my many cousins and I liked to play
King On The Mountain,
or at least the older and stronger
enjoyed being on top...

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Categories: betrayal, community, conflict, cousin,



Premium Member The Ways Health Calls
What is the difference
between your highest vocational aspiration
and your better health for all aspirations?

If your answer is
Nothing,
like the sound of two lungs breathing,
then your are...

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Categories: appreciation, caregiving, health, integrity,

Premium Member Notes from a Unitarian Child
Once upon a time,
an eight year old
Black and Green and Brown and Red and Blue Lives Matter
ultra-nonviolent kid
wrote an ultra-violet note to him/herself
about stuff s/he...

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Categories: age, childhood, culture, earth,

Premium Member Inside Voices
Why do I need to keep all my inside voices
speaking nicely with each other?
Expressing positive attitude,
gratitude for grace
and curious outside opportunity
feels much too positive to...

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Categories: appreciation, culture, health, humor,

Premium Member Self Regard
It would be a shame
to go on and on and then out
longing for grace
of some imagined historically significant life missed,
or simply more entertaining and health...

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Categories: angst, anxiety, depression, destiny,



Premium Member Once Upon A Reservation
Back in the height
of our pre-millennial military-industrial
post-revolutionary days
of competing excess...

No, love,
Stick with
Once upon our Sacred Times...

Once upon a time
here in the US of Northern Americas
we...

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Categories: destiny, education, environment, green,

Premium Member Tree Walk and Talk
I asked my beloved oak tree
if such a very WiseElder tree
could
and would
and should be mine
Unless, in the senses
I stand,
to smell
and hear
and feel
and taste and see,
in...

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Categories: caregiving, family, health, integrity,

Premium Member This is Danger
This is dangerous
said pirates to their vampire allies
about losing past regeneration fees
and bloodline contributions.

I'm being treated unfairly,
said pathological hurt
to self-redeeming anger,
loss of sacred winning patience.

I've...

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Categories: culture, education, green, health,

Premium Member The Princess Smells Like Pee
Once upon this time
Princess Yang
yells her dad,
You are an ugly king!

This, even before her usual
Good morning, daddy.

Her ugly King responds,
Princess Yang
looks and sounds just like...

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Categories: caregiving, environment, health, humor,

Premium Member Princess Psychiatric Appointment
So, Yang,
who would you like to meet
your psychotropic doctor today?

[no answer]

I'm hoping Princess Yang
will speak with us today,
because she is my favorite,
I must confess
this PositivEnergy...

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Categories: caregiving, daughter, earth, education,

Premium Member April Love
We began our late winter do-over
with a dirty ceramic bowl
during a too-much snowstorm.

Well, no,
obviously that's not where this rebirth story begins
but neither is a cream-colored...

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Categories: april, caregiving, family, health,

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 Greening Our Neighborhood
Permaculturists,
like Taoists
and Buddhists
and Hindus, etc.
Consider neighbors
extended and respected family,
ZeroZone Kin,
regardless of zone status
near or far,
regardless of species,
regardless of living
or gone
or not yet arrived.

Dear Neighbors,

I make...

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Categories: caregiving, earth, education, environment,

Premium Member An American Story
World War II teachers taught children patriotism.
Now America doesn't instruct them
about that "ism."
Instead we debate if allegiance to the flag
is a worthwhile custom or merely...

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Categories: betrayal, bible, christian, corruption,

Premium Member CareGiving Stories
The Tyrant

Was born ginger
and learned WhiteRacist
from Dad
dead now about a year.

Possibly opioid addiction
but certainly something
in growing families
of yin-suppressed
self-medicating
LeftBrain too dominant
addictions
to chemical acclimations.

Dad left by death
Tyrant's...

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Categories: bullying, caregiving, education, health,

Premium Member An End to the Republic
It's coming,
  don't close your eyes or fall asleep
  the fall of democracy could happen this very week.
Republicans pass bills unread
  that...

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Categories: america, integrity, political, power,

Premium Member Felt Facts We UnLearn
What are some things you learned
along life's way
better before you went to school
as compared to after?

Oh, you mean like love
of cooperative natural-spiritual learning
rather than
mistrusting ego's...

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Categories: caregiving, education, health, humor,

Premium Member The AntiDenialist
Let us refer to nihilism,
     she sniffed,
     while pompously looking down her nose
as coterminous with totalitarian
and fascist...

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Categories: class, community, conflict, culture,

Premium Member Health Loss WarGames
As I transitioned from high school
to the University of Michigan,
one of the leading national health and safety issues
was painfully violent loss of Vietnamese and U.S....

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Categories: america, conflict, confusion, growing

Premium Member False Prophets
Disciples: How will we know True from False Prophets?

Teacher: You will cooperatively discern them
by their polyculturing love.

When does fear that disasters are becoming too relentlessly...

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Categories: abuse, anger, fathers day,