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Music Social Poems

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


Remembering The 1980s by M. L. Kiser
When I look back in time, I recall the 1980’s;
I fell into the Rubik’s Cube and still have not escaped.

Not even upon hearing of, John...

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Categories: social, appreciation, happy, meaningful, remember,

Saturday Farmers' Market by Charles Halsted
Saturday Farmers’ Market 

Here’s how it goes at our Farmers’ Market:
shoppers all ages, clothing, and races,
parents push bundled babies in strollers, 
children dash eagerly through...

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Categories: social, children, community, confusion, family,



Hate Music by E Poet
This generation of hate music,
 full of insults drug talk and profanity.
It is destroying the youth humanity.
 And will possibly lead a generation
 of complete...

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Categories: social,

Middle of The Road by Joe DiMino
Sometimes I wish
I could be more
middle-of-the-road;
with my politics
with my music
with my writing--
but, then, the question arises,
which neighborhood?
And would that road
be, public or private?

For all centers
are...

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Categories: social, analogy, introspection, perspective, philosophy,

Premium MemberMiriam by Suzanne Delaney
The bright light, plentiful mirrors
seemed more numerous here.
Miriam wondered whether music lessons
were part of her remuneration.
She thought of people,
the very first time she had played...

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Categories: anxiety, music, social,

It's the F Word by DM Babbit
Here it comes again.
 some melodic beat
 brings dancing to my heart and feet
and then when list expected
that infamous word is detected
revealed necessary to be...

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Categories: conflict, social, words,

Ode To The Introvert by David Welch
Sometimes folks will go and pity us,
“Come out of your shell!”they always cry,
forgetting that it you do that to a turtle
the poor beast is going...

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Categories: social, crazy, how i feel,

Premium MemberThe Distracted Walking Law by John Anderson
No walking while distracted - that's the law
Don't leave the kerb and step under a bus
Don't oggle that hulk, nor admire that chick
Keep all eyes...

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Categories: self, social,

HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY Costanza De by verlecia fields
                 "HAPPY HAPPY BIRTHDAY Costanza De"

To the GREATEST LOVER...

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Categories: social, birthday, celebration, encouraging, for

New Years Eve Party by John Healey
New Years Eve it’s party time
Sup the beer and drink the wine
Special meal with new made friends
Comedian, sometimes offends.

Food and dancing all the way
To give...

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Categories: social,

Social media games by Bleddyn Pullen
They know when you're sleeping, they know when you're awake
They know where you live and when you eat your birthday cake.
Yours and children's photos they...

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Categories: allusion, identity, internet, social,

Premium MemberCome into the inside of me by Lewis Raynes
Hello, come into the inside of me,
And let me show you around.
Please leave your shoes there by the door, 
And try not to make a...

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Categories: psychological, social, solitude, spiritual,

Premium MemberYOU THINK YOU KNOW SOMEBODY by Judy Ball
You stir your tea a bit o'er long,
The sugar just won't melt,
And someone thinks you're trying,
To draw attention to yourself.

You're listening to music,
Relaxing with some...

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Categories: humanity, social,

Social Destortion by Mario Vitale
Social Destortion 

We hide behind the blind and climb the ladder to success
 Yet what are we to delliver in our historical perspective
 There needs...

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Categories: social, blessing,

SUPER HEROES by NYANDENI ERIC ZWELI
SUPER HEROES

I SPEAK of Micheal Jackson King of Pop
I SPEAK of INDIDANE King of Maskandi
I SPEAK of MOHAMED ALI KING OF THE RING
I SPEAK of...

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Categories: social, africa, farewell, remembrance day,

Smile in Dullness by Xaysouvanh Phengphong
Music… Liquor…
Make you happy… 
I can see in your eyes
Laughing in the alcohol foulness
Enjoying in the dimness  

You can enjoy only in darkness
Cannot face...

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Categories: betrayal, social, truth,

A New Country Song by Fritz Crytzer
A NEW COUNTRY SONG




I was ravaged today
by

three country songs 
on the truck radio 
each moaning the lyrics  
". . daddy's pickup truck"
and "the Georgia...

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Categories: humor, music, social, song,

friends and bonfire's by David Garcia
Late at night we sit around a roaring fire. 
Flames searing like an inferno burning with desire.
Desire to climb out this hellish pit of embers
Music...

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Categories: fire, friend, social,

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,

Raver Life by Trinity Brooks
The pinks, the yellows, the greens, the blues
Bright coloured outfits, bright sparkly shoes
These are the sights I love most to see
The horns, the whistles, my...

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Categories: social, dance, good night, happy,