Freedom Social Poems

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


Freeman Cave by roger turner
I cherish my freedom
Hard earned though it was
Through the abolitionist railway
And those who supported the cause

An African slave,
though free upon birth
I was sold as a...

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Categories: social, africa, america, freedom, prison,

Premium MemberTell them we care by Vijay Pandit
Killing occurs in front of kids on crowded streets
When every conflict ends in senseless violence
And fear takes stage as death becomes routine
Looking for a meaning...

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Categories: perspective, social, society, violence,



CUT THROUGH THE DARKNESS by Michael Robinson

Don't fall on your own sword
Don't be a double edge sword
But be a sword of light and truth


"Falling on one's own sword"
Etymology
May refer to the...

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Categories: social, analogy, care, conflict, corruption,

Conformity by Michael Robinson

Conformity

The world needs conformity
Able to unite
Through respect and dignity
Preserving honesty and integrity
Conformity
Yes we need to
Conform 
To stabilise humanity
A life free from
Lies and dishonesty
The world needs...

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Categories: social, analogy, care, caregiving, change,

Destroyed by Freedom by Michael Robinson

Destroyed by Freedom

As one stands and one dies
In the battle of deceit and lies
Crippled by argument with a fighting thought
Only from which one is solely...

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Categories: social, analogy, betrayal, change, conflict,

Dignity by Michael Robinson

Dignity

Morals and ethics
Fly out the window
How can people of this world
Be so shallow?
The league of justice
And the depth of life
Not much hope
When it is filled...

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Categories: social, analogy, community, corruption, emotions,

Epistemological Myopia by Michael Robinson

Epistemological Myopia

Distracted by an investigated mind
My eyes can they really be that blind?
Short sighted is not the goal
The view of one’s perception
Can be seen as...

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Categories: social, analogy, community, dedication, devotion,

Written In Stone by Michael Robinson

Written In Stone

Mind over matter one would say
Not that easy in this day and age
We turn through life 
As if it were a blank page
Repeated...

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Categories: social, analogy, change, community, conflict,

Premium MemberADHD Sleepless Rant by Brendan J. Simons
Oh my god is this 1787,
Was the constitution just written today?
Because the WiFi is down,
And I don’t know what to say,
I’m about to perform a...

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Categories: addiction, america, humor, social,

Being Honest by Joe DiMino
Being honest is good--
though honest
can be
honestly wrong;
as “true to thine own self” 
does not mean
one’s own truth--
yet Hollywood tries
to tell us us different;
while politicians
tell us...

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Categories: social, analogy, freedom, political, satire,

Male Space by David Welch
The study all alone,
in the corner of the home,
where a man can think,
reflect and have a drink,
be free of charging kids,
of daily cares be rid,
read...

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Categories: social, freedom, how i feel,

Biafra the Rising Sun by Eferebo Chibuzor
How long shall I be in babylon and sing a song of hope and weariness?
Whence my heart perishes in servitude,
I have been debased to infra...

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Categories: social, bullying, history, hope, humanity,

Premium MemberClaws In the Clause by Gregory R Barden
Our country was founded
On concepts, enchanted,
Still, we all, to this day ...
Take so much for granted.

We subsist in a nation,
Where a gripe or confession,
Can be...

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Categories: freedom, political, social, wisdom,

The bullet holes in the walls: Byung-Chul Han by Eduardo Escalante
In the sloping corners of humankind hangs the skeleton.
Ghosts are not hidden and flowers are exhausted,
Although some folds shelter beauty and
the old man can smile...

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Categories: destiny, freedom, history, social,

Premium MemberWalk on the grass, run in the rain by Lewis Raynes
“Don’t walk on the grass”, “No dogs”, “Don’t shout”, 
“Flooding ahead, turn around, don’t drown”.
These are the signs telling us what we should do,
What we...

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Categories: feelings, freedom, self, social,

Premium MemberAnti-Dating Agency by Freddie Robinson Jr.
What is wrong with you?
You're a bipedal pest problem
What in the world am I gonna do
to get rid of you ... shake you out of...

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Categories: analogy, freedom, relationship, social,

Freedom Fighters by Ria April Avalon
Mighty Big Brothers are watching all people from distance, 
Trying to hack every brain by TV and newspapers, 
Armies of clones are unable to show...

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Categories: political, social, society,

The Collective by Christy Stover
slaughter of compassion
virtue out of fashion
soul selling for a trend
how far can morals bend?
an accepted disease
coughing up sleeze
poisonous expectations
more and more vile creations
the coffin crafted...

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Categories: community, freedom, social,

Save The World by Nick Evans
Have we lost control
All hell follow through
Taking it to the edge
Slaves to ride

Can't do much more
Crying for the world
War and terror
Freedom risked on wager

Weary and...

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Categories: social, community, death, international, life,

Social Media by Dill Dennison
Pay no mind to man behind the curtain.
You've learned the superficial but his depths are still uncertain.

You tried to plot his course and see that...

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Categories: social, computer, corruption, culture, freedom,