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Judgement Political Verse Poems

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

Premium Member Patriotic Pause
Hate, hate 
and more hate
so much it frustrates 
Don’t serve that man 
or that woman
put away those plates
leave them to their own fates
loving only you...

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Categories: angst,

Missile Poised To Strike
Hidden under crop circle
resembling an ampersand
hides sheathed silo - obscured,
said symbol adorned every armband
of national socialist, yet weapons

of mass destruction) bland
lee, blatantly ignored global pact

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Categories: america, anxiety, farewell, judgement,

Murderous Sprees
Murderous Sprees...
sinister Population Control, Sans Cosmic Creator?

Maybe,... I shudder to think
up the sleeve and ornate cufflink
of divine maker, a deliberate pitch
to foist Homo sapien on...

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Categories: america, anger, discrimination, education,

Premium Member Opening New Doors
A door closes,
sometimes slowly and quietly,
sometimes with an angry fearful slam,
an exclaiming final point
against my fragile hoping soul.

As we mature
through many opening and closing doors,

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Categories: destiny, environment, health, hope,

Premium Member Through Thick and Thin
I think it might be John Rawls
who writes about
thick and thin justice sandwiches.

Thick justice
may be more deeply embedded, richly spread
in regenerative pursuing time,
producing and serving...

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Categories: analogy, culture, health, integrity,

Premium Member GrandMother Moon: Philosopher of Law
I declare,
said Grandmother Moon,
in a distinct correlational dialect
of new to full moon recycling health,

You have the right to remain free
of annoying monotheistic waste-stream Authorities.

Waste-stream Authorities...

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Categories: culture, games, health, humanity,

Premium Member Sinful politics condemns God's word
The Government's behaviour firstly no longer defends our church 
this mockery in itself shows a deep lack of good sense 
or the simple sourced judgement...

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Categories: abuse, christian, conflict, corruption,

Premium Member Rough justice
Those who refuse to violate their religious faith
under the Hippocratic Oath beliefs face loosing their jobs 
if they refuse to participate in aiding killing babies...

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Categories: abuse, anti bullying, betrayal,

ignoble harness gummed facebook ethics
dubious churning benevolent altruism

this anonymous beastie boy boilerplate endeavors: 

(instagramming literary maven) questing user yawps 

critically griping knowing personal tidbits xeroxed blithely, 

freely jeopardized nuggets...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Premium Member The Savage Yew Tree Savile

The Yew is said to reach hundreds of long years and

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Categories: judgement,

Premium Member The People from Those XXXX-Hole Countries
The People from Those ****-Hole Countries

The people from “those” ****-Hole countries, eh??
Really?? Really?? You don’t say?? I didn’t know that!!
This is a recent stream...

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Categories: allusion, america, betrayal, corruption,

Premium Member Devil's buttermilk spews
A political figure
in the north said outright 
that our country should be punished over bretix 

This is my statement 
to one backwards thinking fool living...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, conflict, heart,

Poor Propaganda
Our society's full of poor propaganda,
Everyone fighting to be the alpha!
Happy to fight wars that cost billions;
Yet won't support the civillans;
Numerous are forced onto the...

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© Tara Lazar  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: community, conflict, corruption, judgement,

Premium Member The Pied Piper from New York City - Part Two
The Pied Piper from New York City – Part Two

This is quite despicable and very inappropriate for someone holding the 
“Highest Office in Our Land.”...

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Categories: allusion, america, betrayal, corruption,

Premium Member The Pied Piper from New York City - Part One
The Pied Piper from New York City – Part One

Dare his name be said?
I say, of course, Yes! 

The Pied Piper, himself, is the man,...

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Categories: allusion, america, betrayal, corruption,

Premium Member It Takes A Village Idiot
The paper trail that led from there to here
could not be found although there was the...

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Categories: betrayal, death, judgement, political,