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March Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member Peaceful Revolutions
History
as we shall see
is inevitably 
win/win felt revolutionary resonant
more powerfully experienced
than win/lose evolution 
thought theoretically resilient.

Technology of YangNature,
like ecology of sacred YinNurture
begins with regenerative secular...

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Categories: change, environment, health, integrity,



Premium Member RealTalk Parties
What if political parties
all over Earth
were invited together to sign a covenant
at a We The BiCameral People Party;

A covenant to never nominate or endorse or...

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Categories: caregiving, culture, health, integrity,

Premium Member The UnAltared CoPassion Call
Our UU ecofeminist minister
was verbally accosted one Sunday morning
after celebrating multicultural peace
and respect 
and integrity
sufficient to restore private ego- and public eco-justice.

This was far too...

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Categories: anger, culture, fear, hate,

Premium Member Nursing Home Rapper
In the multi-racial nursing home
to bent and broken bodies
in broken bent back wheelchairs
longing to free roam,
said the black lives matter rapper:

When your woman leaves you,
and...

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Categories: age, dream, health, 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 The Epic Green Poem
jump up jip light
upon such a delighful sight
sing down and gone up
to a new big sound thump
seeing high or sighing low
under luck of the shamrock...

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Categories: jealousy,

When Stockton Cried No Pasaran
The summers end was near
We smoked in the dockyard
And talked of the foe
Which even now came closer

They began to arrive
Bus loads of them
Black hearts in...

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Categories: conflict, march, prejudice, racism,

Common you are not cool
Common sit down you're not cool, quit being a fool.
The Democrat party don't give a care bout Black Lives Matter,  like you they support...

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Categories: abortion, hate, political,

Premium Member The March for Our Lives 2018 and Onward
The March for Our Lives [2018 and Onward]

Shooting and killing is not a way of life.
It hurts our mentality and distorts our minds.
We are here...

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Categories: political, power, together, usa,

Premium Member Give Trump a Chance
They follow Trump's tweets with disdain
Ridicule, lie and constantly blame
Marchers deny Trump as President
Arm-guarded stars arrogantly vent
To millions of 'racist' 'deplorable' citizens
Who did the unthinkable...

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Categories: encouraging, hope, political, proposal,

Premium Member Class of 1970
When I was in my Michigan high school
I found something both promising
and sacred,
portentous with rural, yet also urbane, PositivEnergy,
in and among our graduating classes
of 1970.

Ending...

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Categories: age, gospel, health, high

The Remainers
THE REMAINERS
A Comment on the march on London against the Refrendnum Result

The 23rd of June 2016,

A noble day, a great day,

The day the people had...

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Categories: political,

Quacking Crackers
Donald Duck Chancellor of this fowl kingdom 
wearing an upside down smile's raging hypocrite backwards 
this deranged Duck twitters to and fro as his unhinged...

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Categories: anger, conflict, fear, irony,

Premium Member Transcending Boundaries To Trash
Transcending boundaries to trash
transacts through vulnerabilities to crash
into compost cash.

I see and feel strange conjoining
curious listening to speak with old as young.
We carry less allegiance...

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Categories: age, gender, health, humanity,

Premium Member Quacking Crackers
Donald Duck Chancellor of this fowl kingdom 
wearing an upside down smile's raging hypocrite backwards 
this deranged Duck twitters to and fro as his unhinged...

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Categories: abuse, betrayal, conflict, deep,

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 The Flash Mob Application
I'd like to apply for a permit
for a protest march
on the Washington Mall.

Lovely idea.
But, we're only issuing Mall permits
for Song and Dance Events.

I think this...

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Categories: america, culture, health, humanity,

Premium Member Weaving Protest Songs and Dances
Robin Wall Kimmerer,
in Braiding Sweetgrass,
describes the first three woven rows
in process of making an ash basket.

The first Yang row of ecological root structure
is most impossibly...

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Categories: analogy, earth, health, integrity,

Premium Member All Dancers Matter
Those who pray by marching
can pray alone
in endless competitions.

Those who pray while dancing
can only pray together
for timeless cooperations.

Hate and fear can only angry march
side by...

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Categories: anger, dance, hate, health,

Premium Member Climate Health Marching
Marching and dancing and singing
in and of and for healthy climates
regenerating wealthy landscapes,
ideally coming together,
like masturbating in pubic,
but subtly, and trans-genderally clothed,
only on the inside...

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Categories: birth, earth day, health,