Privacy Poems | Examples of Privacy Poetry

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Categories: privacy, america, care,
Rise Of A Police State
by Derek Van Til
RISE OF A POLICE STATE

Constitution being edited, RIGHTS being “VIOLATED” and stripped away
And if you protest, you can't have your say
Police barricades, S.W.A.T. Team forces
And...

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Categories: privacy, absence, allegory, allusion, anger,
refugee in no man's land
by carlos libera
wish it were raining pots and lots,
  that when it rains or dark comes ,l leave;
because sometimes I do not want anyone to see...

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Categories: privacy, trust,
Premium MemberA Million Ways
by Catie Lindsey
There's a million ways
to say 'go away,'
and sadly,
I've heard them all.

"She holds herself
from down below!"
But better that than
tinkle, tinkle, tink,
all across my clean floor.
Perhaps what...

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Categories: privacy, america, betrayal, christmas, conflict,
Inflated Santa
by Christine Phillips
Naked trees crying out in the streets
They have lost all their perpetual leaves
Nude branches shooting up in the  stagnant air
Whispering something that you have...

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Categories: privacy, character, culture, identity, people,
Oblivious
by Eugene Harvey
a Bluetooth rings
privacy lies deceased,
as strangers bear listening
to imperious sounds.

thoughts breathe
foul words exchange,
as disrespectful feelings 
spitefully abound.

yet common sense 
reluctantly abstains,
as wisdom’s ineptitude
commits oral offense.

as...

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Categories: privacy, allusion,
Birth Of The Grudge Between The Baskets and the Liquids
by Adeyemi Joshua
Once ago,all natural elements were friends:
Sharing together time and lovely trends:
Plastics,pails,rivers,oceans and fruit.
Yams,pumpkins,were all bound by truth.

But one day...

Their sprouted an impromptu meeting,
Whose urgency hit...

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Categories: privacy, appreciation, dream, friendship, writing,
Premium MemberA Pen Friend
by Gregory R Barden

My dear new friend,
I am writing my first letter ...
I know how to write because of a kind missionary who taught me,
But until you opened...

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Categories: privacy, caregiving, health, humor, integrity,
Premium MemberHeroes and Villains
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Everyone's great cause
projects them as our future's therapeutic hero.
So all against our health-intending causes
reject us as potential victimizers,
ostracizers,
impeachers,
disenfranchisers,
excommunicators,
criminalizers.

The trick is to see antagonists,
sources of trauma,
as...

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Categories: privacy, angel, community, confidence, conflict,
The Slave Trade Never Ended
by Christine Phillips
I woke  up this morning  at a quarter to three
and  went outside to pray a prayer for thee
My heart was light and...

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Categories: privacy, trust,
Premium MemberYour secrets are safe with me
by Lewis Raynes
Your secrets are safe, they’re hidden by me,
I’ll shield them away from the glare,
And I will make sure no one ever finds out, 
No matter...

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Categories: privacy, black african american, crush,
GE
by kewayne wadley
And for a split second I felt free.
Perhaps freer than I have ever been.
Relying on the shoulders of a stranger.
It couldn't have come at a...

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Categories: privacy, cat,
Premium MemberA Bandit Wears a Mask
by Lin Lane
Here I sit on Julie's couch
Yeah, I know I've gotten fat
my tummy has become a pouch
I'm not on a diet... I'm a cat!

My black mask...

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Categories: privacy, addiction, change, character, courage,
ADDICTED
by reagan musore
In the present 21st century,
Where technology is on control,
As it accelerates day after day,
From analog to digital,
From 2,3 to 4G and above,
Lives have been eased,
At...

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Categories: privacy, destiny, me, psychological,
Dark With In
by river dreams
THE TINIEST CRACK IN OUR BLACK HEARTS
WILL LET LIGHT SHINE INTO EMPTY DARKNESS
SUNRAYS HIT MY FACE, A REMINDER TO 
NOT BURN TO A TOASTY MARSHMALLOW...

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Categories: privacy, animal, humor,
Squirrel Real Estate
by cheryl hoffman
Squirrel agent showed him thousands of trees
this particular client being very picky
how about this one she'd plead
no he'd say not enough leaves

She'd say this one...

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Categories: privacy, betrayal, character, parents, perspective,
BEING NOT YOURSELF
by reagan musore
The situation when you are virtual,
Seeming like right,
Yet wrong and opposite,
Of what people perceive you as,
Be it parents,teachers,friends and everyone around you.

You tend to be...

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Categories: privacy, abuse, addiction, allusion, angst,
Babel
by George Lawson
you can't see
what my eyes see
as hopeless
as these broken dreams
now it comes to me
sadistically 
like a never ending
travesty...

I'll pay the price
a thousand times
and still do...

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Categories: privacy, america, conflict, humanity, life,
Perspective
by Chris Peers
Its a messed up world,
when millions go hungry,
and people are overweight thru gluttony,
feeding the starving homeless in the streets,
then off to Golden Corral for all...

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Categories: privacy, character, fantasy, image, mirror,
Mr Mason And His Mirror
by curtis johnson
He stands in her face, and she always says to him, "You are a gift to the human race". In the privacy of his room,...

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Categories: privacy, character,
Premium MemberIN PERSPECTIVE
by Brian Strand
latent privacy
emerges into the limelight,
into the unfamiliar:
emptiness
exhaled
anguish abolished
destroyed:
insignificance
dismantled
despatched
to the extremities
of life...

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Categories: privacy, dark, deep,
Premium MemberYou Can't Hide in the Dark
by Laura Loo
INVISIBLE to the human eye,
    r u s h i n g  forward into the dim,
murky during dusk...
   ...

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Categories: privacy, political,
Government Eyes
by arthur weil
Written years before surveillance on a colossal scale was exposed in the USA in June 2013, but supposedly not abused!!

Surveillance, by the government
No oversight
Somewhere, somehow...

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Categories: privacy, child, education, fear, lust,
you made me do it
by Dave Collins
Watch me try and live a commital life of social norms, mores, manners, domestication, that tired ritual of boring sexual   for the times...

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Categories: privacy, boy, death, history, youth,
Death of a Young King - Part 1
by Indiana Shaw
THE DEATH OF A YOUNG KING . . .

Eight of the strongest and bravest of warriors were collected in all
Each chosen for their strength -...

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Categories: privacy, appreciation, art, beauty, perspective,
Confessions of a Renoir
by Mike Gentile
Why do you stare so?
      I can see you, you know
Appreciation is one thing but really…

I’m just not in the...

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Categories: privacy, birthday, introspection,
Premium MemberLooking Back
by Betty Janko
When looking back over the many years
With three quarters of a century’s worth
Many years filled with joy, some filled with tears
Always filled with hope, and...

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Categories: privacy, care, change, conflict, courage,
Affairs of the heart
by mirian parrilla
nobody knows what defines once sorrow and pain without any gain 
nobody knows the tears that dry with the wind as they fly to hide...

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Categories: privacy, conflict, death, violence, war,
Premium MemberThe Agony Of War
by Charlie Smith
Barbarous reason rejoices
and draws strength dispensing death.
Its celebration comes with
cold effigies of blood soaked,
ravaged, masked graves of silence,
leaving any subsequent regret
within the heart of the...

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Categories: privacy, word play, words,
Dominion of Shadow
by John Bertin
death shall have no dominion
Dominion of Canada
Canada goose
goose egg
egg salad
salad days
days of our lives
lives in the balance
balance the budget
budget rent a car
karmaloop
loopmasters
Masters of the Universe
universal...

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Categories: privacy, autumn,
TURNING FIFTY
by Kamal Jaiswal
Turning fifty
Turning fifty is the age
No one  takes coverage
Generally people seems rude
They want to give only food
Have no respect at all
As between them their...

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Categories: privacy, fate,
Nobody
by Angela Poppert
To be a nobody is not a bad thing
Nor even is it sad thing.
Your privacy is kept precious
Not dictated by anyone else.
You get to do...

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Categories: privacy, desire, for her, i
Unforgettable
by Eugene Harvey
true wonderment dances
in the sparkle of her eyes
as its childlike playfulness
winks feigning innocence
in the beauty of her smile

hope springs forever after
in the echoes of her...

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Categories: privacy, best friend, friend, friendship,
Best Friends
by Rida Fatima
Best Friends
The title we chose
But what does it mean to be "best friends"?
You should see each other every day?
Well that's not true for you and...

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Categories: privacy, fate, remember,
Premium MemberThe lonely stage
by James Swartz
Late at night I lie awake 
Trying to remember who I was
And how did I end up here

The years took me through mirrors 
Forcing me...

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Categories: privacy, parody, political, satire, song,
Premium MemberLet's All Fly A Drone
by SillyBilly theKidster
With today's great technology,
our government is spying on everybody.
No one has a shred of privacy,
no matter where we may be,
but I say let's all get...

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