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Mother Social Poems

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


Angry Young Man by Timothy McGuire
He grits his teeth,
As he walks the street,
Striking out of fear he cannot explain,
Trying to ease his pain.

Living in a world he did not create,
The...

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Categories: anger, social,

Premium MemberThanks to FaceBook by Caren Krutsinger
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,



Just Another Day in a Genocide by Sheryl Martin
Dark gray metal and bullet holes
and you can’t walk on the streets,
the wailing and moaning
and the mothers cries,
the soldiers laughter as they smoke another cigarette.
And...

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Categories: social, discrimination, hate, prejudice, racism,

Premium MemberDrinker's Mother by Sakshi Singh
I found poison sweeter 
Than to be called Drinker's Mother 
It was second time You came home 
Caprenetoid and open buttons
When you came home like...

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Categories: addiction, age, grief, social,

Make America White Again by Rico Leffanta
"Make America White Again"
Will never make any sense
Despite the tweets of "GENIUS" Trump
Or Republicans like Pence

Brown-skinned people filled this land
From one end to the other...

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Categories: social, discrimination, history, humanity, immigration,

Red Lights by Soujanyo Biswas
Where did I leave that serenity behind, that made me smile?
Now these red lights choke, the blood's dried, human venom reigns,
I cant dream in this...

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Categories: social, child abuse, dark, daughter,

You Rest in Peace by Pintu Mahakul
You Rest in Peace Dear Friend's Mom

Purity was your veil of affection for us,
Utterance of yours was tender and right,
Righteousness was your path we followed,
Nobility...

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Categories: appreciation, death, funeral, social,

Girl With Dreams by Mona Motwani
As blissful as ocean,
Yet as lonely as shore;
As strong as stone,
Yet as still as mountain;
As silent as tree,
Yet, like leaves, fighting with her inner self...

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Categories: social, discrimination, gender, girl, power,

Premium MemberSocial NonDarwinists by Gerald Dillenbeck
We need to talk.

Is this one of those times
where you need to talk
and I must pretend to listen
while you rant?

Well, yes,
if you could extend this...

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Categories: social, environment, gospel, health, humor,

Save The World by Nick Evans
Have we lost control
All hell follow through
Taking it to the edge
Slaves to ride

Can't do much more
Crying for the world
War and terror
Freedom risked on wager

Weary and...

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Categories: social, community, death, international, life,

I Must Call You by Pintu Mahakul
Oh my dear pal you are just like moon
You wait my dear I must call you soon.
Little light calm time is sparking night,
Oh my dear...

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Categories: friendship, life, love, social,

Premium MemberTHE SOCIAL WORKERS MEETING by Darryl Ashton
(The following is all based on actual events and fact
by social workers in the UK. Only the satire has been 
added).


So, what shall we do...

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Categories: social,

Seeking Me by Gail Lewis
So the dices are rolled
The brave and the bold
What shall ye be
A story untold?

A joke
A legend
A hero
A warrior

All possible within one life
Maybe a Mother a...

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Categories: social, adventure, age, analogy, beautiful,

An Unspoken Bond by Anthony Guccia
Times have changed, much for the worse.
Familiar understanding, a vestige of the past.
A bond of lineage, of common mother land.
Unified through generations, now all alone.

A...

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Categories: social, betrayal, family, loss, nostalgia,

PREFERENCE by Pete Yuhas
My Mother was a woman, my Father was a man
it didn't take a court to rule, for it was in Gods plan
Nothing's ever perfect, mistakes...

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Categories: social, gender, how i feel,

Birds of a Feather by Harley White
Opposites may hold attraction
But lack lasting satisfaction.
Frequently push comes to shove.
In comes hate and out goes love.

Animals in fights and fleeings
Still are mostly social beings.
In...

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Categories: social, analogy, animal, bird, community,

Social Injustice by Jorge Alvizar
Who’s right is it to tell us it is bad?
Who’s right is it to tell us it is wrong?
Who’s right is it to tell us...

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Categories: social, dark,

A Little World by Teresa Melia R. G.
I want to be the light to the blind
that shines as bright as the sun
so that they can see with their minds
the mountains, the hills,...

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Categories: beautiful, social, world,

Premium MemberParty Invite into Your Place by Gerald Dillenbeck
First,
and hopefully last,
organizational meeting of the Polycultural Party
tonight
in our conjoined Meeting Room,
between your bicameral eyes.

If you
work or live in a cooperative,
would like to live or...

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Categories: social, adventure, analogy, beauty, earth,

The Devine Social Studies by Laura DIDONATO
As history repeats itself,,,find a way to help your self
End the wars,,,End the pain
No more sorrow,,,No distain 
Love one another
As father,  mother, sister, brother
Follow a true...

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Categories: social, blessing, culture, devotion, faith,