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Parents Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member The Hawks and the Doves
The hawks are gathered together, pulling apart a dove, eating her gladly.
Her shrieks and screams do not count as she is the wrong color.
She was...

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Categories: political, racism,



Premium Member Unusual Nightmares
Life can be a different nightmare
when philo-sophias self-righteously
uprightly leave us behind
so long in search of success
measured in wealth of commodified acquisitions
rather than health of natural/spiritual...

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Categories: caregiving, culture, environment, health,

Premium Member Cooperative Learning
I think
and feel
it would be a good
and healthy change
if schools,
at all levels,
and parents
of all nations,
taught our young
more about win/win cooperative
thriving passions for resilience
than win/lose competitive
surviving...

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Categories: appreciation, community, education, health,

Premium Member Between Heaven and Hell
Singers and dancers,
artists and writers,
philosophers and poets,
academics and health professionals,
parents and teachers,
actors and contemplatives,
grandparents and children,
live and die between Heaven and Hell.

Between Heaven's interdependent sensory...

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Categories: caregiving, earth, health, heaven,

Southwold I love you
Southwold (Suffolk).
 
 Dear Southwold

 How I love to visit you,
 To stand barefoot,
 On your bright yellow sandy beaches,
 To stand and admire your...

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Categories: dream, earth, how i



Premium Member Listening to NonPrevention
For future reference,
it might be best
if I give up radio listening
when going out
to take a rest
from domestic
and national
and international climate mess.

Arrested gardening yesterday.
We need more...

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Categories: anger, culture, family, health,

Premium Member School Wastes My Time
School wastes my time
I want to be President
I want power and prestige.

I want to be able to be mean to the handicapped
I want to be...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Ash and Dust
Wood and tin,
windows thin,
roads of mud and gravel. 
Noise and fumes, 
the broken tunes, 
of lives that have unraveled. 
The damage done. 
Hope, all but...

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Categories: political, remember,

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,

Premium Member The Naked Emperor's Intervention
Oh my goodness!

I was just thinking about Erik Erikson,
psychoanalyst and essayist,
and his social analysis thing
about the U.S.
stuck in perpetual competitive
in-grown
culture-ungrown adolescence.

And Erikson suddenly reminded me...

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Categories: america, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member Raising ChildFriendly Communities
When disuniting yang's admittedly subjective supremacy
debates against disforming yin's non-objective wimpiness,

Then yin with yang,
like right with left
ego/eco-covenanting crisis wanderers
sojourn between win/win and lose/lose anawim,
learning to...

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Categories: caregiving, childhood, community, health,

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,

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 Safe Home
SafeHome is not so much a real place
as a destiny longed for
on our lifetime journey toward dynamic well-being,
too healthily robust to fear growing homeless and...

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Categories: depression, destiny, environment, health,

Premium Member Touching with Kindness
Some parents and cooperative school teachers
and classroom and bus aides and drivers
are discussing government regulations
restraining transportation providers
from providing therapeutic touch,
because of an over-compensation
for emotional dysfunction...

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Categories: anti bullying, caregiving, children,

Premium Member Muses Never Die
Like all Earth's timeless Muses,
Musicians never die,
we just keep improvising
on resonant themes of fading elder voices.

Apathy, especially about Earth muses,
is not necessarily an inevitable pathological...

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Categories: beauty, creation, health, muse,

Premium Member Wounded Passions
Starting this unSabbath day
unusually seduced by full-color compassion,
with some competing-for-time distractions
in more sadly usual role recessions,
raises weak-day wellness questions
with healthy answering co-passion,
responsive responses more resiliently...

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Categories: earth, education, health, integrity,

Premium Member Christmas Political Correctness
It's almost Christmas
when the news caster abouter announces
a precipitous new trend in the U.S.

Now, more tired and climate stressed citizens
are against non-violent Political Correctness
than for...

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Categories: bible, christmas, destiny, happiness,

Premium Member StoryListening Proposal
I would like to hear and see
how and why you live,
when and where you prefer to die.

I would like to touch and taste
who and what...

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Categories: children, culture, earth, environment,

Premium Member Discomforted By Integrity
I wonder how many parents of students
suffer from studying and teaching white nationalism
against tides of multiculturing change.

And I wonder what our school boards
and state departments...

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Categories: child abuse, health, love,