Imagination Social Poems

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


Premium Memberwhat's to Become by Franklin Price
What's to Become
By Franklin Price
4/21/2018

What's to become of all we see?
It's you for you and me for me,
That's where we are; would you agree? 
It's...

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Categories: social, america, destiny, happiness, meaningful,

Premium MemberAn Evening Of Social Justice by John lawless
An evening of social justice
paid for by the “alleged” perpetrators
of the grand injustice.
What cads, these bastards
of the billions, usurpers of
our “common” wealth,
cream skimming purveyors
of the...

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Categories: social, society, success,



Time by C Evans
Tomorrow doesn't really exist. 
this thought is something we resist.
Today is all there is, it's always today
could be the right way.  

Tomorrow is still...

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Categories: social,

Social Anxiety by kewayne wadley
I think love is a lot like us.
In truth, it's hard.
At least for me. To reach into my heart and pull each thought
Like some sort...

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Categories: social, anxiety, black african american,

A modern form by Eduardo Escalante
No frames of Arts
No articulation of the tongue to fight
Words
low enough to skip
the storm

Sing the silence

A circular dream that does not want to be woken...

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Categories: imagination, inspiration, social, society,

Moist by Jaquay Atkins
This morning the dew crept into my bed
Soaked, I smile uncontrollably
The smell of femininity struck my senses so,
Sunrise, woke up the sleeping giant 
...

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Categories: social, addiction, angel, film, fire,

The Fireside by John Beam
By the hearth whether given stolen or made                 ...

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Categories: social, community, fire, imagination, inspiration,

My tribute to Social Soupers by Anulaxmi Nayak
My tribute to Social Soupers


Wisdom nuggets, His poems make me ponder
Demetrios Trifiatis! He is my wise man no wonder
Unicorns, mysticism,her poems touch my heart
Mystic Rose!...

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Categories: social, appreciation, tribute,

SOCIAL PRIVY by Ir0nic ZiNk
justice 

What does this vastly misunderstood word mean to you? 

Too what ends? 

May we seek? 

Who(m) may guide us? 

Endless deliberation (spiss spiss spiss)

Debated...

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Categories: social, absence, abuse, addiction, adventure,

Premium MemberDo you fear by Emile Pinet
Do you dread sounds you hear
as shadows slink from light?
Does your heart jump in fear
with each creak of the night? 

Do you shake like loose...

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Categories: social, emotions, feelings, imagination, introspection,

I'm Persuasively Unique by Terrance Upham
I’m unique a
poet with a mystique pen
My flaws are facets
of a cherished personality.
Mystic & unique
critiques of a mythic
with uniqueness.

One unique
no two of a kind
A single...

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Categories: passion, romantic, self, social,

If A Little Bird by Rainbow Promise


If a little bird should say: 
You're Boring, Cheerless
But do everything you've got to,
Should you Answer or Reply?

For its not what that "bird" says,
But what...

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Categories: social, destiny, faith, humanity, international,

A MASQUERED OF MYSTERY by Andrew Crisci
Venetians masqueraded themselves to hide their identity;
 their vagueness was allowed openly,
"Be a Casanova, a Shakespeare, a Hamlet :
 all are welcome to join the...

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Categories: social, celebration, character, imagination, mystery,

Premium MemberSpeaking Walls by Teddy Kimathi
If walls could speak,
we would have reached a peak
of astonishment on what happens
behind our backs.

We would be knowing our stalkers’ faces,
gossips of our friends, hidden...

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Categories: social, heart, imagery, imagination, life,

A Theatrical Nose Dive by Eve Chilicas
This just in, we are long drawn out drab sentences of our breath,
trying to base a topic off epiphany's languid scry, waiting on osmosis to...

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Categories: assonance, imagination, introspection, social,

Why by zsarrr inna
While looking at the vast blue sky,
I can imagine myself
Sitting against a tree,
Watching the sea
And hearing the sound of the waves.
It still questions my mind...
Why...

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Categories: social, creation, imagination, life, loneliness,

Premium MemberExpressions of Prayer by Jacqueline R. Mendoza
Symbolizes three kinds of prayer
Vocal Prayer
Meditative Prayer
Contemplative Prayer

Vocal Prayer
 Express ourselves orally
Spoken and Sung prayers from souls
Bodily gestures such as Sign of the Cross, Genuflection,...

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Categories: christian, social,

Premium MemberWords by Robert Candler
Thought, said, sung, written
Words bred civilization. 
Words made us human....

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Categories: social, appreciation, birth, blessing, change,

Life in Cubicle by Jacob Reinhardt
The Noose is tightening.
The 5’s and 10’s yanked from our hands and aching backs 
Are spent on band-aids:
A last stand effort to plug the holes...

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Categories: social, addiction, america, angst, business,

Premium MemberCONQUERING DIVISIONS by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser
I am not made a full blown beauty..
Nor I live a life of purity; charity & piety..
All I like to do is to live with...

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Categories: social, absence, abuse, age, analogy,