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Mom Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member Wait A Minute
Did I hear that wrong?

On my way for another appointment
with the vampire bleeding Quest,
big stage conversations on the radio
travel way too fast
for me to stay...

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Categories: america, caregiving, culture, games,



Premium Member Taoist Sabbath
In Taoism
as I have experienced it so far
embracing ancient nature/spirit wisdom
of Yang strong gospel anthems,
ecologically singing in all four seasons of color,
theologically dancing,
psychologically balancing,
biologically dominant...

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Categories: health, humor, integrity, mother,

THE STORY IN MY HEAD - THE MAN SITTING IN FRONT OF YOU
THE STORY IN MY HEAD (The Man Sitting In Your Front)

He’s not a human being – No, he is less of that
He might’ve been the...

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Categories: abuse, child abuse, dad,

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 CareGiving Stories Continued
Wounded Sacred Dementia

My last foster care-provider
and -receiver story
is also a sad story
of my last special needs adoption
of bipolar born,
and oppositionally reared,
alcoholism.

My BiPolar Wounded Child
turned an...

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Categories: caregiving, health, humor, love,



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 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 Summer ReForesting School
YinYin,
what did you most appreciate
learning at school this summer?

Probably in Community ReForesting.
You know, the EcoTherapy Class
I took
instead of eating lunch,
using "lunch" loosely
as synonymous with edible,
or...

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Categories: culture, education, health, history,

Premium Member Designer Ways and Means
Permacultural Designers
are taught to multiply the number
and networking depth
of relationships
between species
and organisms
and systems
and cooperative economic networks,
rather than the simpler adding functions
of traditional agriculture;
Where,
if you plant...

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Categories: class, culture, health, integrity,

Premium Member Hypocrisy in White
I am reading
"Democracy in Black"
by Eddie S. Glaude, Jr.
but continue reconstructing this title
"Hypocrisy in Only White."

Because
when I let my memory
look back to my own self-interests...

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Categories: culture, earth, health, history,

Premium Member Special Suffrage
Since our most recent U.S. Presidential non-selection,
for one thing a Trumpian could not become
is therapeutically presidential,
I have become worried about our democratic suffrage.

Perhaps only mothers,...

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Categories: community, health, humor, integrity,

Premium Member Dancing Through Swamps
Mom, did you hear the news about patriarchy today?

Yes, dearest son!
Or no...
I'm not sure.
You mean the gender translation problem?

Not sure we had a problem,
just an...

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Categories: culture, gender, health, history,

Premium Member Games We Play
Yang, dear.

Yes, my lovely Yin.

Why do you map Game Theory
onto EcoFeminist Political Theory?
It comes across as either just confusing
or, even worse,
vaguely sexist.

Really!
How sexist?

Well you seem...

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Categories: birth, games, gender, health,

YMCA Black Achiever
If you know your history you know that the black achiever is one, 

Step down from the NAACP for youth student in high school,

My mom...

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Categories: art, love,

Premium Member Singing for Stevie's Wonder
I remember,
in the early 60s,
our thirty mile drive
from our historic family farm,
in all White rural Michigan,
not counting the Mexican migrant workers
which adults made a point...

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Categories: culture, humanity, love, music,