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School Political Verse Poems

These School Political Verse poems are examples of Political Verse poems about School. These are the best examples of Political Verse School 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 Multicultural Wisdom
Interdependent awareness,
like environmental health,
values integrity above fragmentation,
cooperation above competition,

Mature ego strength,
multiculturally informed
and wisely matured,
values compassionate harmonic relationship
rooted in nutrition's EarthMother Womb experience,

Original win/win intent,
precociously peace-filling,
exponentially...

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Categories: adventure, education, games, health,

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 Lavishly Holy Designs
Designs we find democratically attractive
include designs for acquiring healthy trust powers
with all others to be positively infected
by our mutual discussion, 
dialogue, respectful discernment,
our listening with...

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Categories: caregiving, creation, earth, health,

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 Back in the Hippy UnHappy Sixties
When I was in high school,
late 60's,
we were concerned
about the ballistic lose/lose climate of hate
in Vietnam
and spreading across the U.S.

The only smiling winners
were purveyors of...

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Categories: health, peace,

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,

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,

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,

Premium Member Soon on the Hunt for Others to Kill
Fanatical zealots goose-stepping at three o’clock
She warned her partner
Bam! Assault rifle shuts them both up for good

What did they do?
Jasper, the head of the Non-Thinking...

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Categories: america,

Premium Member SAT -- Remember Your Score
S.A.T. test - remember your score
  The one you waited breathlessly for
It determined which schools you qualified for
  Ruled four years of your...

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Categories: political, racism, school, society,

Premium Member Healthier Intelligence
Glutted left-brain information media
actively hope to understand

Why does emotional intelligence
speak to egocentric concerns
of mortality and discomforting toxic defeat,
loss and difficult win/lose everyday choices
in a calming...

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Categories: community, education, health, integrity,

Premium Member A Rainbow Faerie in a Butterfly World
She was a rainbow faerie 
in a butterfly world.
Where faeries were shunned
Considered gossips, thieves,
Ignored, pulled down, 
jeered at 
due to the butterflies’ preconceived notions
and belief...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

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 Failures of Integrity
I feel like a high school civics class dropout.

So much confuses me,
to this day, you see,
about democratic constitutional legal equity,
which feels like it should have...

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Categories: community, culture, health, humor,

Premium Member Love Hate Comparisons
I want to live in a healthy place,
at least as mature as junior high school,
where who I reciprocally love,
gay or straight or span-sexually in-between,
is not...

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Categories: culture, hate, health, integrity,

Premium Member Non-Rocket Science
When I was an undergraduate
in Michigan
I became fascinated with my bilaterally transubstantiating internal conversation
about sufficient v necessary evidence
for thought v feeling experience

That communication's principles of...

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Categories: culture, earth, education, health,

Premium Member SomeTimes
Everything growing so wild
and faithfully beneath
the sky,
wondering why we are the terrible
part of creation

Yang privileged
to refuse our yin-feminist flowering,
our own more cooperative ownership
and transparently universal...

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Categories: culture, destiny, health, history,