Lost Social Poems

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


Touch Screen by Michelo Mweetwa
We used to click without clicks
We embraced and bumped fists
We killed time on the side walk
We saw each other just to talk 

We used to...

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Categories: social, addiction, computer, internet, lost,

Premium MemberHidden in Plain View by Michael Wegman
It’s a place for affairs,
A gathering place
That for centuries has graced town squares.

The Market—it’s social,
Brimming with culture
In cities or towns, on mountains or coastal.

There—barter's real,
Through...

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Categories: culture, missing, social, society,



Premium MemberProgress and Development by Sandra Haight
Progress and Development


How we miss those lovely, verdant scenes 
of woodlands that framed our riversides; 
rich, with hearty trees and creature life...
callously mowed down, destroyed

in...

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Categories: animal, environment, social, stress,

Bank balance by Winston Ritson
My bank balance
Stood as a false idol 

Insurmountable as bubblegums
The smack of my lips

A Hallelujah
Heralding a full tummy

My fingers lost in wrappers
Spun a yarn
A garment...

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Categories: funny, social,

Community by Michael Robinson

Community

Inspired by Mitchell Evans
Salvation Army

Guild with love an accepted union
Affiliated with a strong bond
Of our faith in Jesus Christ
And his humiliation
With a kinship camaraderie of...

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Categories: social, analogy, community, dedication, faith,

Dancing Puppets by Michael Robinson

Dancing Puppets

Sophistication broken at each end
Antagonistic behavior quick to mend
Intelligent statements wasted on insult
Blamed on society with no one at fault
What a remark of any...

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

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,

Social Media Down The Years by Ayushi Pandey
All kinds of photos and moments we see
Wow! Amazing! Comments like these,
Chatting with friends seems so nice
These moments to cherish have no price.

Interacting with people...

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Categories: social, children, kids, for teens,

Premium MemberPraying For Less by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Another quaint conversation
with Les C. Moore


Boy, I tell you,
people who say they don’t want more problems,
sure got a funny way of praying
They always be asking...

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Categories: humorous, social, truth, wisdom,

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,

Premium MemberNEW HORIZONS by Brian Strand
hunger
discontent
           emptiness,
a frantic
           surge
of fatigue..
...

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Categories: social, stress,

Premium MemberSocial Media by Nick Trim
I hate this world of hand held phones,
where phoney social media projections
can shape and brake reputations.
I don’t need the attention
or self validation,
so I don’t need...

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Categories: social, computer, friendship, humor, humorous,

Premium MemberOnce, when I was beautiful by Lewis Raynes
Once, when I was beautiful, 
I was stunning, perfect to behold,
When I was beautiful, inside I was dead, 
I was numb, barren, cold,

Unable to feel...

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Categories: social, judgement, lost love, self,

Premium MemberFreestyle by Nick Trim
I need an alter ego so what about Trim Shady, 
growing up I saw doctors they thought I was crazy, 
others said he's evil and...

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Categories: social, anxiety, cool, depression, drink,

Premium MemberOde To A Snooty Tart by Jonathan French
Be vile a while with wanton style
Revolt me with depravity
Play your odious charm with cute
Nefarious intensity
And then I'll be your loverboy
Of cold contemptibility

Strut down to...

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Categories: dedication, people, social, ,

Cotati by Ken Jordan
Poet:  Ken Jordan 
Poem:  Cotati 
Edited by:  Sparkle Jordan 
written:  October/2017

Cotati 
Is
simply 
simplicity profound. 

A lost in time 
picturesque throwback town.

Call...

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Categories: beauty, creation, social,

Signing Off by colin mitchell williams

After all the love
the fear and hate
the final condemnation
religious exhortation
separation, division
inspiration and defamation 
the truth the lies
and conspiratorial denials
the didn’t know but should know
the informational...

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Categories: social,

BAD TRADE by SELASIE DARKAH
Your inside is as soft as wool.
Breeze, so gentle and cool.
You possess the best of the sky’s blue.
To my heart, you’re the dearest.
Fresher than the...

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Categories: character, social, society,

cold war by Ashlea Senft
behind these walls, where they linger
i know they're hiding
shadows get bigger
if i broke these rules, and pulled the trigger
what would you do?

we're aiming these words...

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Categories: conflict, humanity, life, social,

Premium MemberAnnoyous Interruptous by Freddie Robinson Jr.

He sidles up next to you
so stealthily
It’s like he appeared out of thin air
Then breathlessly,
he gives you a Jimmy Stewart howdy do,
and starts air guitaring...

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Categories: funny, humor, parody, social,