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Night Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member Sabbath Culture
Watching this new sabbath begin,
darkness born of dusk,
dawn birthed by night,

I wonder about comparisons
between everyday logic
and systems restoring thinking,
feeling primal relationship
between verbal analogic
and nonverbal spacetime...

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Categories: analogy, health, integrity, metaphor,



Premium Member Soup Kitchen Luncheon
He said s/he was a Permaculture Designer
of cooperative economies.

I asked him/her why I should care about designs
long-term
while I am still struggling through this day
before tomorrow,
when...

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Categories: appreciation, culture, environment, health,

Premium Member 2020 Constitutional Rapture
Alan Simpson,
a Wyoming Republican,
not known for his socialist ways
nor his sacred communion means of public discourse,
cried out in our Great Dark Night
of white bold
and climate...

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Categories: appreciation, health, humanity, integrity,

The night before Christmas
It was the night before Christmas, and all through D.C.
Not a creature was stirring except, for a flea.
The dems got their Christmas wish, the president...

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Categories: christmas, political,

The demise of rationale
The demise of the rationale, transforms to a spell,

On its stride kills innocence, opens the door to hell

Its not the fire of warmth on a...

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Categories: allusion, betrayal, change, dark,



Premium Member Solo Performance
It had been a hellish week.

On Monday
my lonely and tired AfricanAmerican husband
told me, as gently as possible,
that what I had hoped was a temporary separation
is...

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Categories: age, earth, family, health,

Today
Oh say can I see
By the big florescent lights
Once so proudly now has fell
Fell into reality? Fell into right? Fell into a time where there...

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Categories: analogy, community, confusion, culture,

In dispraise of Poetry
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

Guilty as charged they passed on the verdict
As the prisoner who had been accused of an atrocity, stood before the jury.
It comprised...

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Categories: corruption, cry, freedom, judgement,

Premium Member Safe Space
Am I safe now?
Are we safe?

Is it safe to listen here?
To speak of over there?

Is Earth safe to sing?
Safe to dance with?
Safe for new birth?
To...

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Categories: earth, health, integrity, love,

Velkommen awoke Scare for treat
All hallows eve festooned, spooked sight,
tricked out ghostly haunted house fright
especially 'pon dark and stormy night
courtesy creation gnarled skeletal hands
iron grip strength steely bewitched might
fashioned...

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Categories: 11th grade, 12th grade,

Premium Member Slow-Cooked Conversion Stories
I was raised in one of those white nationalist churches,
passing itself off as a Christian evangelical Bible church,
where "evangelical" meant fundamental
and "fundamental" meant we did...

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Categories: childhood, christian, earth, faith,

Virginia Beach Never Again
Virginia Beach Massacre Never Again Ever

Virgina Beach
?In a night of horrific scumbagery violence
?Rarely seen in this jaded age of ours?
Gone in one hour

?In just a...

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Categories: america, anger, angst, anxiety,

Premium Member Eleven Hundred Thousand
What would your therapeutic family do
with an extra eleven hundred thousand?
A surplus donated beyond perennial operational expenses
for birthing and maintaining healthy lives
and burying and repurposing...

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Categories: community, earth, health, integrity,

Premium Member Cannibal Prophets
Prophecy is risky
and peculiar.

Prophets so seldom unveil opportunities
to win resilient integrity
without concomitant risks
of unhealthy failure.

Prophets of booming doom
and gloom
far outweigh voices for Golden Rules
and healthy...

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Categories: caregiving, culture, earth, environment,

Premium Member Ports of Origin
Imagine
each morning
when we wake up
we remember where we came from.

This is never exactly the same place
in our therapeutic imagination
for the same reasons
we can never actually...

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Categories: birth, community, earth, environment,

Premium Member No room at the end
Although I called you my friend, there's no room at this end,
there's no room at this end of the road..
Though your world's torn apart and...

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Categories: political,

Premium Member A PENNY FOR A POETS THOUGHTS I
Standing up for the kids standing up to sleep in overbearing heat clothes damp from their pee, God made night separate from day, but with...

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Categories: abuse, anger,

Premium Member A PENNY FOR A POET'S THOUGHTS II
Too blind to view adverse conditions, too dumb to speak out on situations. 
Is it only I who abhor the shame? Are my eyes the...

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Categories: abuse, america, anger, children,

Premium Member Ecology of Music
Healthy ecological relationships
are climates easier to hear
when instruments use words
as tools, not weapons,
for planting and harvesting less fear,
for sensing emotions win/win harmonic
win/lose contested, competing for...

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Categories: caregiving, community, environment, health,

Premium Member Lovers Interdependence Day
Tell me less and last
about who and what and why you hate
with militant might.

Speak with me more and first
about who and what and why you...

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Categories: green, health, independence day,