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Sister Political Verse Poems

These Sister Political Verse poems are examples of Political Verse poems about Sister. These are the best examples of Political Verse Sister 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 Sister Powers
Theology is insufficient for spiritual experience
because systematic theory offers no satisfactory substitute
for a hug.

I was far too young
to understand how I am different
from white patriarchal...

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Categories: appreciation, family, farm, gender,

Earth Proceedings
Walks of movements
The work which doesn't work
Man been laboring for centuries 
The irony, no babies
Just endless efforts,
To keep earths momentum running 
From its revolution to...

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Categories: allegory, deep, identity, image,

Premium Member GrandMother Moon: Philosopher of Law
I declare,
said Grandmother Moon,
in a distinct correlational dialect
of new to full moon recycling health,

You have the right to remain free
of annoying monotheistic waste-stream Authorities.

Waste-stream Authorities...
And...

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Categories: culture, games, health, humanity,

Premium Member Predators
My older sister,
now in her early seventies,
which was about the last time
she enjoyed a new idea,
in the early 70s, possibly earlier,
I would guess...

She moved to...

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Categories: america, earth, gender, health,



Premium Member Red and Green Christians
Let's start with a fundamental flaw of fundamentalist Christianity,
a literary flaw within literal non-interpretation of historical creation
and sacred development.

This is true of radical jihadist Moslims...

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Categories: addiction, bible, hate, health,

Premium Member Red and TrueBlue Family--4
Dear Siblings Three,

At least three of us four
have survived this first round
of sharing our seeing Reds 
and our feeling Blues.

At this point
I imagine our eldest...

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Categories: christian, earth, faith, health,

Premium Member Red and Blue Estrangered Families
Dear Siblings Three,

I was reading a story
in which some siblings became estranged
after their parents died,
while others moved toward greater solidarity.

This is a variation on a...

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Categories: earth, faith, family, health,

Premium Member The SpeechWriter
Not too many decades out of college
I finally landed my first full-time job,
as a White House speech writer.

I know,
you would expect
I would not start at...

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Categories: earth, freedom, humor, integrity,

Premium Member Three Sisters CoOp
The CoOp featured Women and Families
and their Matriarchal Allies,
often LGB and/or T,
and even some curiously queerer,
but not meaner
in appropriate demeanor
regardless of habitat
and camouflage
and costume,
ready for...

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Categories: analogy, culture, earth, health,

Premium Member Traveling Death Salesman
I can't sleep.
Or, I can
and did
for three hours
but I continue waking
into a Stephen King nightmare
too real to ignore
because I feel isolated
in this quagmire
of hopeless history.

In...

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Categories: depression, dream, fear, health,

Premium Member Braiding Dawn With Eve
In "Braiding Sweetgrass"
Robin Wall Kimmerer
favorably contrasts Skywoman's creation story 
with Eve's less abundant vocation.

In our shared Right hemisphere,
Skywoman "created a garden
for the wellbeing of all."
While...

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Categories: allegory, creation, earth, gender,

Premium Member In This Taoist's View
Could we be doing our best
to invest in Earth's cooperative health markets?
While you sell our most competitive killing machines
to our Saudi Arabian cousins.

Referencing this touchstone...

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Categories: destiny, earth, fear, hate,

Premium Member Once Upon Revolving Time
Once within recycling time
lived brother Paraclete
as sister Sophia,
and vice versa.

Written across each bicameral heart and mindbody
these two live on
as controlling Yang
with nurturing Yin,
somewhat before their...

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Categories: community, health, humanity, humor,

Premium Member Another Nanny March
I already hear the Twittering Trumpers
and Trumpettes
in their unholy locker rooms
reducing the marching evolution of nurturing feminist matriarchs
to another whine,
too gooey,
shrill and screechy,
nagging nanny stroll...

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Categories: community, family, health, howl,

ROUND WORLD NO SIDES
ROUND WORLD NO SIDES 

Tragically, while our country's weep,
we'll be nice to Nice, and hold up France. 
We are bruised and beaten bloody red, 
holding...

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Categories: death, dedication, discrimination, hate,