History Social Poems

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


UP by Jasmine Koria
Conservatives not going to 'loosen up'
Feminists say no to 'dressing up'
Millennials (still) refusing to shut up!
Cost of living going up
Police pointing guns- people held up
Peace...

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Categories: political, satire, social,

Premium MemberLife, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Being Screwed by Brendan J. Simons
Once the wandering nomadic way found the traveler wound by that which freedom furled,
Within its weave of the will to sheathe the day as if...

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Categories: america, freedom, history, social,



Which Came First by Joe DiMino
Which Came first,
the God
or the Love?

Man has wasted 
its lifetime
in poultry
and shells--...

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Categories: social, analogy, history, inspirational, introspection,

Good times and Fun by C Evans
Mankind's greatest fall of all: the clock's 
ticking hastens to the confrontation 
of one man against another--the fight 
of brother against brother, and all others....

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Categories: social,

A dark reflection by Aaron Fletcher
A Dark Reflection 

We are all hunters masked by Usernames and Handles
We capture the moments that eventually become rambles,
In our history of past and prehistoric...

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Categories: social, corruption, internet, technology, youth,

Premium MemberBroken Picker by Susan Gentry
A broken picker...
           
           has...

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Categories: social, boyfriend, character, confusion, girlfriend,

The Oppotunity For Peace by C Evans
With Facebook, tweeter, You Tube and
cable TVs. The human mind has been 
set free. The impossible can now take 
place, the reunification of the human...

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Categories: social,

Premium MemberGive Trump a Chance by Susan Gentry
They follow Trump's tweets with disdain
Ridicule, lie and constantly blame
Marchers deny Trump as President
Arm-guarded stars arrogantly vent
To millions of 'racist' 'deplorable' citizens
Who did the unthinkable...

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Categories: social, encouraging, hope, political, proposal,

Make America White Again by Rico Leffanta
"Make America White Again"
Will never make any sense
Despite the tweets of "GENIUS" Trump
Or Republicans like Pence

Brown-skinned people filled this land
From one end to the other...

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Categories: social, discrimination, history, humanity, immigration,

Premium MemberHedonic Treadmill by Kelly Hitchcock
Insatiable thirst and hunger
A bottomless materialistic pit
Always something for nothing
Prop your feet up; you’re the shit

Narcissist lazy behavior
Spoiled childish attitude
Snowflakes; everybody’s a winner
Except for people...

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Categories: america, conflict, social, wisdom,

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,

The Scream We Hide by minda whiteley
Every day our TV's let in all the worlds evil
right into our living rooms.
We see all that's wrong and rarely does it included
anything good that...

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Categories: social, america, change, earth, feelings,

Premium MemberStrictly a First Date by Funom Makama
1. Short beautiful minutes in this bar stack
my body rhythms, felt in the next block
on senses, the salad energizes
my inner pricks, in need of a...

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Categories: boyfriend, girlfriend, lust, social,

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 MemberThe Great American Drive-In Cars by Vee Bdosa
 + RTRIM(@PoemText2) + ...

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Categories: social, age, destiny, dream, history,

Premium MemberSocial NonDarwinists by Gerald Dillenbeck
We need to talk.

Is this one of those times
where you need to talk
and I must pretend to listen
while you rant?

Well, yes,
if you could extend this...

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Categories: social, environment, gospel, health, humor,

Premium MemberSocial and AntiSocial Capital by Gerald Dillenbeck
Hybrids,
like a good creole stew,
are amazingly viral cooperators,
competitively so,
reacclimating tastes toward richer anticipations.

We have all heard of social capital
and natural capital,
of social democrats as antisocial...

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Categories: social, culture, earth, health, language,

Social Tedium by Christian Howes
So did your cloak and dagger swaggering self-flatter quite sufficiently?
Did you believe your baseless propaganda mantra would diminish me? 
Or that the instagrammed aggression of...

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Categories: social, betrayal,

Royal Blood by Andrew Carnegie
Royal blood

“Do you have royal blood”?
Question screams,
Is your ancestry good enough,
For surely we are all Kings and Queens,
If we go back far enough, or so...

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Categories: social, age, celebrity, culture, identity,

Premium MemberSnake Eyes by Freddie Robinson Jr.
I knew'd you was a snake
when I first saw you
laying your beady eyes on me
You were a grifter on the take,
working a con is what...

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Categories: conflict, social, trust,