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January Social Poems

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


Premium MemberBEST PART by Line Gauthier


best part of the day
taking a coffee break
gabbing with friends



Submitted January, 2018...

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Categories: friendship, life, social, time,

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 Member- WHEN STATURE IS A FORM OF GRACE - 6 by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser

WHEN STATURE IS A FORM OF GRACE

Red hair,
skin sweet apple, 
Her face  like a geisha
quiet yet armed with falcon eyes
You'll see.

His nose:
sharp  like...

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Categories: character, feelings, social, society,

Premium MemberA Trini Abroad by Keith Trestrail
She was hot and blonde but she was not dumb
and innocently asked where I was from.
   "From Trinidad, how do you do,
 ...

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Categories: fun, rude, social,

Premium MemberTo Be Seen of Others by Tom Wright
To Be Seen of Others
Written: by Tom Wright
January 2015

If we’re only doing things
For a pat on the back,
Then likely, that becomes, 
Our earthly reward;

While being...

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Categories: social, spiritual, vanity,

Color Blind by Emily Schaffer
Red, purple, blue, yellow, black, white, green,
So many colors around can be seen.

They shout and laugh everyday,
While I'm alone in every way.

Not one here who...

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Categories: social, society,

MLK - 1929 - 1968 by Scribbler Of Verses
MLK...
(January 15, 1929 – April 4, 1968)


they shot you down
all those years ago

but

your dream lives on
and always will

for though much has been
gained since you dreamed
your...

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Categories: social, black african american, christian,

Premium MemberFOR A WHILE by Demetrios Trifiatis
FOR A WHILE
(To my friends at PS)


My pen
Withdraws to the
Land of silence
Where
The voice of
Muse cannot be 
HEARD!


© Demetrios Trifiatis
     23 January...

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Categories: people, social,

Contemporary Values Inspire Me: by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
To teach some virtue on broadband
To spread God's word from a bandstand
To require more clothes during a suntan 
To eliminate lewd dances in lap-land
To take...

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Categories: life, religion, social,

The sculptors pen by Brenda Victoria Northeast
The sculptor’s pen writes my pain
Etched words flow in my veins
I writhe inside- distorted  
I am controlled 
Not by what I want
But by a...

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Categories: social, art, fantasy, introspection, life,

I love soup by Brenda Victoria Northeast
An appetizer is the first part - of a meal
I love soup

And I like - alphabet soup
Such letters make up her eloquent bouquet

And one can’t...

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Categories: allegory, food, imagination, social,

The killers by Brenda Victoria Northeast
Cars
And 
People 
Are a 
Constant

Rushing
Honking
Blinking
Whistling

Sirens screaming
Tires screeching
Horns blaring
Tempers flaring
Moments of madness
Moments of despair

Some in aimless wanderings
Or spiraling flows in roundabouts
Or flashing lights of amber, red...

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Categories: confusion, social,

This Past Year by Jim Pemberton

I think about this past year...  It  “came and went…”
I wonder that kind of life have I really spent?

It almost seems like yesterday...

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Categories: social, brother, childhood, daughter, dedication,

January Flumes by cecil hickman
Jetting out first as many cascades,
Addictive in a calendar of twelve,
New Year’s Day known in charades,
Unknown factions continue to delve.
Again and again it shapes natures...

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Categories: life, nature, places, social,

One Neurotic Fly by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
One fly flew down the Interstate
Longing to rest and meditate
Near a waterfall
Where hummingbirds call
That place where dreams anticipate.

So many sites to fascinate
His mind began to...

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Categories: angst, people, social,

They Tax Our Axes by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
They want to tax our axes
Then, take away our trees.
They impose cell phone taxes.
Then, laugh and shoot the breeze.
Lodges, matches, bridges, britches,
Dresses, dishes, finches, fishes.
Hinges,...

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Categories: angst, funny, social

Down In Dunkirk by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
The once was a man from Dunkirk.
The war came and he went berserk.
In the French battle field,
Local harlots did yield.
Escape came by fancy footwork.

© January...

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Categories: political, social

That Is Not My Elephant by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
That is not my elephant
High-stepping in the basement.
Ardently preparing for her pachyderm placement.
Tapping her trunk on the window’s casement. 

Instantly intriguing, oh, the fashion statement.
Surprisingly...

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Categories: animals, funny, nature, social

Door Way by John Zoller
Door Way

Standing there planted
between Ingress and Egress 
Blathering in the Doorway
stalls the Princess unmoving

Other guests attempt to pass
Her Royal Highness 
Silhouetted pain in the ass...

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Categories: social

Haiti: Dreams Betrayed Beneath the Sun by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
Haiti: Dreams Betrayed Beneath the Sun

Our “Mother Earth” has filled her graves; dread stays.
Entrapping thousands in her hungry jaws.
She quivered with her deepest rage, oh,...

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Categories: social, angst, life, loss, nature,