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Rights Poems | Examples of Rights Poetry

Rights Poems - Examples of all types of rights poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for rights.
Premium Member America
Born out of violence and hatred, it burns in the hearts of its fruits. Like the blood of the slaves it is hidden, in the intricate web of its roots. You can write pretty words about freedom, and pretend that...Read the rest...
Categories: freedom, political, rights, violence,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member You are Safe now Dear
Trying to remind myself that I'm safe knowing I'm on the verge of crashing traumatic events forced upon my space terrorist threats identity fraud blinding pain I try and focus on positive things you know...Read the rest...
Categories: rights, anxiety, health, meaningful, military,
Form: Free verse
The dust settles
Kenya changes forever Not in transition but out of pressure Built and passed on through the bloodline Until it sufficed to stiffen a generation’s spine The gloaters are deflated of their dares And will never again conceal the...Read the rest...
Categories: freedom, god, rights,
Form: Rhyme
The Organized Crime Rhyme
In the 1920's labor had fights Employers hired toughs, both sides ignored rights Unions hired the Mafia, thought they’d be strong The tactic was effective, but unwise and wrong. The Mafia knew that beggars can’t choose They made an offer...Read the rest...
Categories: drug, freedom, rights,
Form: Lyric
All True Man
Bhima at Denhegoo from Chump to...Read the rest...
Categories: rights, books, education, film, relationship,
Form: Bio



The 15th Law of Power
The 15th Law of Power Forbids mercy during an attack For the enemy who's life is spared Is the one who lives to fire back So if you've aspirations To take the crown off of my head You had better...Read the rest...
Categories: rights, anger, courage, hate, motivation,
Form: Rhyme
The Reign
A coat was laid upon the shoulders potential threats firmly at bay arms that held the precious mould are protecting those who chose to pray a bridge to cross a sea of secrets as towers leaned towards their fate cross the...Read the rest...
Categories: rights, betrayal, courage, poetry, power,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Justice Is Served
That guy with a head like an orange melon is once and for all a convicted felon. The verdict, beyond a shadow of a doubt, was guilty on not one but thirty-four counts. Judging from that chump's expression, he might...Read the rest...
Categories: political, rights,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member If we ask most Americans
If one was to poll Americans nation wide and ask them if they supported apartheid. Most would defiantly deny and say, but their our allies.. If we asked most Americans do we need a wall, to bar people of...Read the rest...
Categories: america, perspective, rights, war,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Happy Valley
It was a strange and unexpected experience. Suddenly, I found myself in a place called Happy Valley. A man was on a park bench gazing upon the trees as if listening to a particular...Read the rest...
Categories: humanity, hyperbole, myth, rights,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Labour Day
Written 28 April 2024 “Genius begins great works. Labour alone finishes them.” Joseph Joubert ...Read the rest...
Categories: appreciation, inspirational, jobs, rights,
Form: Rhyme
THINKING ABOUT GOOD AND EVIL poetrix
Whoever thinks evil does not think well If you imagine you think...Read the rest...
Categories: allusion, evil, language, rights,
Form: Free verse
Freedom Of Life
Assisted dying should be a freedom who are you to keep me breathing Abortion rights for those who need them opposing strangers for no reason Opinions of others sometimes offend you laws should never be...Read the rest...
Categories: rights, abortion, america, england, faith,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wishing for Dawn
Madness I see about me everywhere. I think by now we’re past the Aquarius phase. I want to speak out, but do I dare? So easily offended are folks these days. How much longer will the nonsense stand? Any politician...Read the rest...
Categories: rights, war,
Form: Rhyme
Villanelles III
These are villanelles by Michael R. Burch and and villanelle-like poems... Villanelle: Trump’s Retribution Resolution by Michael R. Burch My New Year’s resolution? I require your money and votes, for *you* are *my* retribution. May I offer you dark-skinned scapegoats and bigger...Read the rest...
Categories: rights, america, anger, community, money,
Form: Villanelle

Specific Types of Rights Poems

Definition | What is Rights in Poetry?


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