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People Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member Ecology of Revolution
I remember
a young child in Sunday School
wondering what Jesus meant
when he said,
I have come out

into Earth's narrative
to turn Her upside down.

How could this be true,
when...

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Categories: christian, culture, earth, health,



Premium Member Breathless Change
There seems to be,
at least for me,
an important difference
between wanting to change people
and wanting to heal toxic feelings and beliefs.

When I exhale
into
and on
and under,
side by...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, caregiving, culture,

Train Journey Home
Train Journey Home


Hopeful eyes, 
Searching glaring screens, 

searching for some sign of love,
Switching on, switching off, switching on,

Us, 
A people, of stolen souls,
Destined to flick...

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Categories: business, culture, drug, lonely,

Premium Member A Little Trip down Memory Lane - Slogans Get Going
Here's a little trip
  down Presidential elections'
    Memory Lane
where the slogans of yesteryear
  may seem rather inane

Give 'em Hell, Harry,...

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Categories: leadership, nostalgia, word play,

An Emulation to Define the Situation
We sit and watch the budget grow.
Not to worry, we’ll print more dough;
Our children have so much to fear
From the trillions they now will owe.

As...

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Categories: corruption, horror, money, political,



Premium Member Paying Earth Back
I hear at least two national conversations
that seem mutually contradictory
and equally impossible,
or at least revolutionarily improbable
as compared to normal win/lose capital extractive
hoarding habits
in robust cooperative...

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Categories: dark, earth, health, integrity,

Premium Member A PENNY FOR A POETS THOUGHTS III
When they speak up and out about their feelings, 
about our children, stop, telling us to close our mouths and be quiet:
"Shut up" you say......

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Categories: abuse, bullying, corruption, emotions,

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 Whistling Dixie Signs
I recall similar signs and notices
of ironic appeal:

"We have a zero-tolerance policy against bullying"
ripped and torn,
and is that a dried yellow yolk stain?

"This is a...

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Categories: anti bullying, corruption, hate,

Premium Member Signs of the time we live in
This sandwich board licence business closely illustrates 
what this is really by taking the biscuit 
money for signage so much a year
 
Drawing a unique...

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Categories: conflict, corruption, judgement, life,

Premium Member Progressive Reading Brunch
Chapter 1: Deneen's Failed Liberalism (Revised Version)

Developing progressivism
within liberalism
further iterates pervasive presentism
of win/win
past through future multiculturalism,

A healing timelessness,
progressivism grounds deep attachment
toward our most sensory-nutritional past,

Particularly...

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Categories: caregiving, creation, culture, health,

Premium Member Feminist TaoCulture
RightBrain culture
absorbs and heals
LeftBrain monoculturalism,
capitalism's win/lose unholy market-structured days
and commodified aggressive nights
pursuing lose/lose fear v anger competitions.

RightBrain multicultural invitations
whisper nutritional health climates
longing for explicit win/win...

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Categories: culture, earth, health, integrity,

Premium Member Love of Earth History
Love of history
commences a health and pathology journey
toward totalitarian terror
and unitarian awareness,
fragmented numbness of prey
and integral consciousness
of co-empathically benign predators
casing out

Framing one Earth-rhetorical spiraling event
within...

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Categories: health, history, humanity, passion,

Premium Member Unhealthy Caregivers
"If I could turn you on,
if I could drive you out of your wretched mind,
if I could tell you
I would let you know."
  ...

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Categories: fathers day, health, mental

Premium Member Faith in Economics
Faith in politics is not popular.
Other than optimistic civics teachers
and elected office holders,
faith feels troublesome
when mixed with social empowerment
over Others.

"Others" holds and hides broad diversity:
children
women
people...

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Categories: caregiving, education, humor, integrity,

Premium Member The Nature Preserve
I don't know many people so urbanized
they would not prefer a nature preserve
and star light
for neighbors, day and night,
over a new developed suburbanization.

Not too many...

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Categories: happiness, health, love, nature,

Acknowledgement
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT 
I know of a place
A place so rich and fertile 
A place with green trees
With the sweet scent of nature
And the beauty of wildlife
With...

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Categories: africa, anger, conflict, dark,

Damn Divisive Demagogic Derelict
Das Don doth debilitate democracy
driving a collateral wedge
deliberately dividing differences
collaborating, collapsing, and collaring
disparity amidst ever
increasing homogenization

extant within contiguous United States
across world wide web for that...

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Categories: america, conflict, grief, howl,

The alien
THE ALIEN
I am an alien
I live in a world where aggression and brutality are the codes
The people of this world find fun in watching people...

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Categories: africa, betrayal, conflict, depression,

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