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Life Social Poems

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


This Thought, This Time by Neikima Simmons
THIS THOUGHT THIS TIME
This is the time. To put forth in writing the words that plague my mind. An inevitable forthcoming of thoughts internally suppressed,...

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Categories: deep, humanity, social, time,

Social media addiction by Alex Duffy
So many beautiful people online, but is  social media love real? 
Are you in love with the idea or is it genuinely how you...

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Categories: social, deep, discrimination, emotions, encouraging,



Nature's Best by Davor Andrich
Let me conjure a poem out of the thin air,
and enter the poetry contest.
Let me pretend as if I didn’t prepare,
a part of my psyche...

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Categories: social, society,

Like the sun, Like the sky by Micheala Ruth September
Eyes as blue as the cloudless sky,
Hair as dark as a starless night,
Jaw as sharp as a shining blade,
And face as smooth as the wet...

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Categories: social, boy, feelings, life, sad,

Someone Else's Home by Wieslaw Musialowski
Translated by Przemyslaw Musialowski

We've gone too far: from fields, meadows and forests,
from the source, from the roots - in the mad quest for money,
since one...

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Categories: life, sad, social, society,

Write as Rain by Dave Collins
Nature, Nurture all sounds bliss
Disregard, Degrade, noisy people piss
The smell, the patter, just after a rain
The swell, its matters, that cleanses the pain,
It corruptly endures...

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Categories: social, future, imagery, inspirational, philosophy,

Id Like To Shake The Hand by M. L. Kiser
Who defined
“certifiably insane”?
You see, it too closely 
defines those who are
running this world.

The place where technology steals jobs; 
Airplanes, crash more than they fly; 
Politicians...

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Categories: social, allusion, anger, corruption, how

Premium MemberThe artist by Lewis Raynes
Told to invent, told to create, 
Told to conceptually begin,
To touch all our souls from deep in our heart, 
Told to express from within,

And dance...

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Categories: art, poets, social, society,

The Paradox of a social loner by Matt Forshay
He sits alone, dreaming of the masses who support his social addiction. If there are any.
  Spending hours rehearsing his entrance walk and antectdotes he...

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Categories: social, anger, dark, deep, lonely,

Identity crisis by HARDIK SHAH
Lost Identity:

Missing someone?

Or missing you?

What if you on social media are far away from you?

Wanting of recognition or fear of being derecognized?

Losing yourself in rewarded...

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Categories: identity, social,

Premium MemberI Wear A Mask Every Day Of My Life by Marc Acrich
I Wear A Mask Every Day Of My Life 

I wear a mask every day of my life.
Doesn't everyone?
I, like many of you, am trying...

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Categories: social,

Social Media Part 2 by Michael Robinson

Social Media ~ Part 2

From all the talk of a growing plight
As life starts to lose its very own sight
In news and documentaries
That floods our...

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Categories: social, analogy, computer, deep, humorous,

Social Media by Michael Robinson

Social Media

{About a character of using technology in today's society}

As I see the glimmer of reflection
The purism becomes aware of detection
As we use social media...

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Categories: social, analogy, computer, humorous, repetition,

Premium MemberExpresso Expression by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
Perched aft coddling harpoon
prime fodder for the spoon
Inept spun magnamous tale
tip scale fifty ton humongous whale 
Maniacal grin leave ya in my wake
comical sin I...

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Categories: perspective, 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,

Little Perfectionist by Ash Rose
Looking into the portal of reflection
Frowning at what I see
Not settling for what is upon me
Striving for only perfection

Scrolling through instagram
Looking at all the pretty...

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Categories: pain, social, society, teen,

The world according to me by Dave Collins
Forget age as a tool for ignorance; relationships for conquest, position for respect, wealth  for social gain and all else forwarding the current rottenism...

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Categories: anger, appreciation, destiny, social,

UBI, what if I'm missing the necessary Solve it, opportunity for statues Short version by faysunKle fay's unKle
On this UBI's Day, May 1st, to observe the greatest socioeconomic concept ever conceived.


You can't have all you want
but not having all you need, ...

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Categories: social, change, freedom, humanity, money,

UBI, what if I'm missing the necessary Solve it, opportunity for statues Long version by faysunKle fay's unKle
On this UBI's Day, May 1st, to observe the greatest socioeconomic concept ever conceived.

UBI, what if I'm missing the necessary.
Solve it, opportunity for statues.
Long version...

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Categories: social, change, freedom, giving, humanity,

Satisfaction by C Evans
The thing about life, is knowing 
that one day you are going to die.
You don't know, when you don't 
where, and don't know why.
But you...

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Categories: social, society,