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Refugee Poems - Poems about Refugee

Refugee Poems - Examples of all types of poems about refugee to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for refugee.
Premium Member Refugee
...Refugee I caught myself, my bad side. in the mirror Of someone else’s face. I stopped mocking No longer thinking it funny and placed my Feet in the shoes they had to wear. In my cynica......Read More
Categories: refugee, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse



Be Yourself
...Caring for others Listening to others Seeking their attention Valuing their opinions All these are good But when they grew To the extent of Caring less for you Careless for yourself, rathe......Read More
Categories: refugee, freedom, introspection, life, psychological,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member When I Was Young 1970s
...I saw one journey end and another begin I saw my world changed and in a spin I saw another end - the end of the band I saw John and Yoko hand in hand I saw commandos in the air armed and rea......Read More
Categories: refugee, childhood, history, world,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Living with the enemy
... Truth’s not just in the beauty of our trees cherry blossom it’s pervading bouquet the falling confetti Truth’s whatever hangs from the tree like branches and fruit perhaps that lynch......Read More
Categories: refugee, allegory, dark, humanity, tree,
Form: Rhyme
AFRICA OPEN YOUR EYES
... Untill when they will be harvesting in you What they never planted And you keep living by Aid Africans open your eyes and see Africa until when your learders Will stop being killed in vain U......Read More
Categories: refugee, africa, beautiful, betrayal, black
Form: Free verse



Down the Rabbit Hole April 6
...Sam Adams Goes Down the Rabbit Hole, NaNoPoMo Prompt Sam Adams was having a bad night He often would fall into a deep trouble sleep Where his mind would go down deep Into the proverbial rabbi......Read More
Categories: refugee, dark, dream, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
THIRTY YEARS OLD
...Today I turned thirty years old. At this age you start and think about your deeds. Like today thirty years ago, I showed my mother the way to death, this was the first thing I did after I came to......Read More
Categories: refugee, allegory, allusion, birth, books,
Form: Bio
Excuse For War
...Think of the man, Imprisoned for his faith, Think of the dead, who no longer have a face. Neither, can alter, Their future or their fate. Many of us, may falter, before reaching, heaven's ga......Read More
Categories: refugee, war,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Zoya's tears for Kyiv
...Zoya sits, now all alone, just staring through a window pain to where a pink magnolia blooms in someone else's garden. And all her dacha's winter buds are crushed and tombed in oil and mud ......Read More
Categories: refugee, conflict, depression, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ukraine
...Those sun-kissed fields once filled with gold now soak with soldier's blood, and all her hopes and dreams of old have been misunderstood. Her women and her children flee as freedom's breath ......Read More
Categories: refugee, christian, conflict, international, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love Lost and Found
... We were once a pair of flying, floating, diving doves Warming on wintry days under weathered wooden eaves We swayed and swirled with ecstatic, electric pleasure. In synchronized steps ......Read More
Categories: refugee, anxiety, beautiful, betrayal, love,
Form: Alliteration
I am
...I am, so you will never win. I am, so be. Be, full of hatred, march to where dictated and win the battles, so sacred. Free me of my home, while the rest debate if, humanity is involved. Neg......Read More
Categories: refugee, international, meaningful, political, racism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Refugee
...“The Refugee” She stood naked as the soft sprinkling of water cascaded down her war torn body. The scent of concrete dust still in her veins. The sound of bullets still ricocheting throu......Read More
Categories: refugee, war,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member PROVING TOM PETTY WRONG
...Drinking San Miguel at the Spanish Gate. Naval Base Subic Bay. A Cold War hovered above my head. The jukebox rocked Tom Petty. “Somewhere, somehow, somebody “Must’ve kicked you around. son.” ......Read More
Categories: refugee, allegory, war,
Form: Lyric
Happy Refugee
...there is long smile hidden in me the bee that sweetens your honey wearing a mask I'm too dark to be seen and tomorrow awaits the end of my dusk I am a sad happy person who life has taught a......Read More
Categories: refugee, 10th grade, africa, caregiving,
Form: Rhyme

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