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Social Political Verse Poems

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


Premium Member Liberating Migrations
I was listening, last night,
to a sympathetic defense
for conserving liberal arts
and producing deeper and wider liberating sciences
including healthy democratic
politically empowering science.

Once again
I am hearing about...

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Categories: earth, health, identity, integrity,



The Fear Frenzy Makers

While we sit with our coffee and poetry,
The Fear Frenzy Makers burn the midnight oil.
Digging up lies, just anything man!
To stuff up your brain like...

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Categories: abortion, america, anger, perspective,

Defining Truth Defies Das Democratic Thinker In The Age Of Trump
"FAKE" assertions unstoppably
bandied with beef,
(sans doughty deeds done dirt cheap)
courtesy of commander in chief
trumpeted as a way to backout,

embarrassment analogous to the thief
of Baghdad, when...

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Categories: anger, anxiety, bullying, crush,

Premium Member Positively Deviant
She seems afraid to say too much
and not listen enough.

Perhaps fear of becoming misunderstood
and, worse, too quickly dismissed,
her moment,
even in this small-staged sanctuary,
unnoticed
under-nourished
unfed
unwatered.

She wants to...

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Categories: community, earth, gender, health,

Mowed Down Field Day With Redacted Mueller Report
Attorney General William
Barr black marker in hand
kept promise to censor vital
details of Mueller Report
swift as Usain Bolt candidly,
grandly, lustrously, roundly

youthfully blocked out more
rapid than an...

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Categories: anger, animal, freedom, humorous,

Premium Member We are The All-Powerful Hogs
scrambling for dollars
we are hogs in mass
rooting and tooting
with greed slathering our snouts

picking up our assault rifles
shooting into the crowd
hoping to kill the right people
Or...

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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 Same Old Song ReDanced
When singing a splendid solo
in a public place
becomes a political act,

When dancing a diva duet
in your mama's public space
becomes a barely tolerable act
for economic and...

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Categories: culture, environment, independence day,

Premium Member Next To Godliness
What would you say,
if yours to freely choose,
lies closest to godliness:
Cleanliness/purity,
Integrity,
Compassion,
Resilient health,
Wise wealth?

Why?

Does your answer change
if this question changes to:
What lies closest to Gaian Earth...

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Categories: caregiving, god, happiness, health,

AOC
"AOC"

AOC, AOC,sitting on limbs of a dead
green tree,
Shooting innocent cows so merrily!
They must go, this socialist screams!
Deaf to God's creatures painful moos 
and cries,
As their carcasses...

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Categories: america, inspiration,

Premium Member Awesome Changing Nest
In "Living Buddha, Living Christ"
Thich Nhat Hanh emphatically,
yet not aggressively, states,
"In a true dialogue,
both sides are willing to change."

I agree,
but would expand this therapeutic communication...

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Categories: change, conflict, culture, environment,

Premium Member Cooperative Resourcing
I was a highly competitive,
and chronically frustrated,
public and private sector grant writer
before I turned to this prose-poetry research format,
inspired by reading Buckminster Fuller's universal Left...

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Categories: culture, games, health, integrity,

Premium Member Who I Am Right Now
Who are you?
he asked perpetually, patiently
because I invited him to do so
until our time for contented me
to discover his diversely integrated/fragmented identities,
empowerment and disempowerment stories,
critical...

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Categories: caregiving, community, health, humor,

Premium Member A Greener Bodhisattva World
This is the third time
I've read Beyond Religion:
Ethics
[non-sectarian, non-partisan, non-violent]
for A (not "The") Whole World
[ZeroZenZone Universe, psychological and politically eco-logical].

In the second, of two, sections,
the...

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Categories: beauty, green, health, humor,

Premium Member These Liberating Truths
I'm musing with Jill Lepore,
historian (Harvard feminist, but definitely within brackets of general interest),
through eight hundred pages of These Truths
telling an other U.S. herstory.

She starkly...

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Categories: freedom, health, history, slavery,

Premium Member Engaging the Family Laundry
Perhaps infertile
incomplete
unwashed memories
of elder v younger,
Goliath v David,
crusades v communion
critical, yet part of chronic, events
speak extended family disengagement truth
to powerful dirty laundry engagement failures.

That disclaimer...

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Categories: culture, destiny, games, health,

Premium Member WiseElder Circles
WiseElder Circles,
planning family social,
and political,
and economic,
and environmental services,
rant on and on,
back and forth,
about feeding homeless people fast food fishy dinners
when we could, instead,
teach how to...

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Categories: community, culture, environment, health,

Premium Member Investing in Health
If my behaviors,
for ill or good,
are embedded in my belief system,
recognized by internally articulating our apparently shared faith
in social sanctuary structures,
habitats,
safe co-operative homes,

Then my actions...

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Categories: education, faith, health, integrity,

Premium Member CoArising Comprehension
My LeftBrain is busy reading a book
on what Systems Theory
and thinking
and experience find encouraging
for WinWin social change,
where no losers are allowed to fail
at thriving away...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, change, culture,

Premium Member GreenBody of Christ
When I was a child
my evangelical family 
went to People's CoOperative Bible Church,
to rapturously pray and praise our privileged preachy partialness,
political and economic and social...

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Categories: bible, caregiving, faith, health,


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