Memory Social Poems

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


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Marigold Oger grew up without a mama, this pretty girl with eyes of greenish blue.
Because her mama died unexpectedly in the middle of a dark...

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Categories: social, for her, friend, friendship,

Fresh Start by Maria Kyriacou
Engaging with genuine intention,
Perceiving this new beginning, as a fresh start,
Of the past no-one should mention,
Time miraculously erases that little part,

Yet behind- rumors rattle, faces...

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Categories: change, hope, memory, social,



Exasperated Inc by Kenny Gwena
I’ve read your status updates
And admit I’m frazzled
Your mind reads like a puzzle
I’m running behind

Much uncovered 
But nothing discovered
Subtle signals. Clever optics 
Quit these tactics
I...

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Categories: social, character, conflict, culture, rap,

Premium MemberAnti-Dating Agency by Freddie Robinson Jr.
What is wrong with you?
You're a bipedal pest problem
What in the world am I gonna do
to get rid of you ... shake you out of...

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Categories: analogy, freedom, relationship, social,

Not Always Blood by karen johnson
 Not Always Blood

It was a childhood crush a long time ago; as a teenage girl you know; you just know.
I treated him as a...

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Categories: conflict, crush, emotions, social,

Question by A.O. Taner
if each tomorrow 
were the same as
each yesterday
what would you have done 
differently
 - today?
...

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Categories: social, dark, deep, fear, heaven,

The Comedic Candidate by Joseph Dougherty
The Comedic Candidate 

Joe Dougherty


Down a path through a wooded glen
Strolled the old hapless comedian
His humor now but a memory fading
His life spent merely masquerading

Things...

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Categories: confusion, political, social,

Do you mean it by Esther MacCarthy
Walking down the street 
You held my hand
Little trembling me
So afraid of the world 

I remember when it was cold
Like a negative 32 degrees or...

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Categories: social, appreciation, art, dad, father,

Faded Away Through the Years by Rowena Velasco
Once, I was buried by those strangers in a wilderness of nothingness.
I was humiliated in his hands and robbed my freedom in my own land.
I...

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Categories: social, business, corruption, memory, patriotic,

POET'S DOZEN'T by Dan Cwiak
                   She was a beauty
  ...

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Categories: social, anxiety, innocence, life, memory,

Premium MemberA Good Man by Rhoda Monihan
He healed, changed individual persons,
But Guttmann caused, beckoned legislation,
His remembrance went towards our fitness, warmth;
He behaved in the name of love, meaning,
For his neighbours, country...

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Categories: social, bible, christian, gospel, history,

Premium MemberMemory Lane by The Grahamburglar
I took a meandering jaunt through my mind
I searched every crevice to see what I’d find
Some memories were useful, while others were not
I stumbled on...

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Categories: social, anxiety, child, crazy, gender,

Premium MemberTo Dance With Mary Jane by Andrea Dietrich
I never got to dance with Mary Jane
although I heard she sure knows how to swing!
She has a twin, and he is masculine;
he doesn’t have...

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Categories: social,

RIP Virginity by Farhana Akter
Dear Sir, my innocence is gone now, no more fear 
Do you love to **** me again, I am always here. 
I wonder when you...

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Categories: social, abuse, anger, child, childhood,

Ignored Breath by Christina Limbaugh
Sweet breath of steaming treats traveled

through the diner, the streets, lingered

and was ignored by all

but one. A lone little girl with dirt

upon her nose. Savory...

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Categories: social, child, life, memory, poverty,

Daily Life by Mikayla Mitts
Living day in
Living day out
Working as hard as I can
To get money to pay the bills
Searching for food for the family
Trying to get through the...

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Categories: social, dedication, future, memory, mother

Poetic Perfumery by S.zaynab Kamoonpuri
O' poets switch off all senses but one
as you enter this arena of aroma
as I nose out the world's perfumes
to boost thy nasal stamina.

A dainty...

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Categories: social,

Memoir: Crashing Women's Studies- Feminists, BEWARE lol by Just That Archaic Poet
Don't ask me how it happened; I have no clear recollection. I have always had this brazen habit of coming right out and directly asking...

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Categories: art, funny, poetry, social,

Premium MemberCyber real by Kelly Crenshaw
Has the convenience of technology 
inoculated us from reality?
Do androids dream of electric sheep?
I pray the code my soul to keep?
Does your universe live within 4G
Or...

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Categories: social, computer, culture, identity, satire,

That Girl by Laura La Quay
Everyone thinks they know that girl. At 
least they think they do. 
You know that girl that makes everyone 
laugh, and is a class clown....

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Categories: social, change, conflict, courage, cry,