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Nature Social Poems

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


Premium MemberAbsorbing England by Ian Love
  the wealth of norman England is poised to grow
  towns enlarge, markets exchange, a fresh fertilising sprinkled culture
  kingdoms extend with...

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Categories: social, england, history, identity, immigration,

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 MemberRhymes With Wealth by Gerald Dillenbeck
Our most resonant health opportunities
appear to be
and to always have been
our most resilient harmonic wealth investments--

Absence of unnecessary
Left-nature fighting Right-spirit
cultures of fundamental Ego v SacredMatriarchal...

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Categories: social, appreciation, caregiving, community, green,

The cycle of nature by Hemakumar Govindaraj
A strong thought was itching my mind,
on a bright morning breezy wind;
A thought questions the reality of world,
the beliefs that helped us mould;

The idea of...

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Categories: absence, atheist, conflict, social,

Looking Through by Michael Robinson

Looking Through

Echo of time sounds out so clear
Death is just peace
No matter how far or near
True to the beholder of sand in one’s hand
Not cased...

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Categories: social, analogy, change, confusion, dedication,

Satisfaction by E Poet
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,

Time by E Poet
Tomorrow doesn't really exist. 
this thought is something we resist.
Today is all there is, it's always today
could be the right way.  

Tomorrow is still...

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Categories: social,

This Life by E Poet
Set the people free to be the future
 that they now see. Dictators and Kings are
 almost a thing of the past. But if the...

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Categories: social,

Pickled scenery by S.zaynab Kamoonpuri

A huge Alsatian barks at a passerby stranger
as the pond geese honk sensing grave danger
Trudges back home a rangy lone ranger.

Big and little aubergines cast...

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Categories: allah, nature, social,

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,

iWalk by Adam Kinsley
I bathe in ineptitude--
Adjacent to grief
Returning to folly--
I'm chasing my ghost

We're breeding dissension--
With hearts made from silence
We hire duplicity--
And, plot our demise

We yearn for relation--
But,...

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Categories: addiction, fashion, social, society,

Keep Me Good Company by Faeeza Paruk Simjee
Keep Me Good Company…

TODAY MY MATE SAVES MY DAY... 
From spiraling into unconstructive decay, 
Plugging my volcano of negative gossip & hearsay, 
Planting productive advice...

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Categories: social, best friend, destiny, environment,

Premium MemberGreeting by Ram R. V.
Most animals, wild or mild,
And birds, too, tend to 
Recognize you 
After a few encounters.
The dog is an excellent example.
It gets chummy
Invariably after a first...

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Categories: irony, social,

How To Have Sex by Earl Schumacker
Allow DNA to stew for two billion years
Names become important as you mature 
Stay clear of people called Frankenstein
Nature comes equipped with multiple devices
Most animals...

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Categories: social, age, animal, confidence, education,

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,

Premium MemberMalindi by Teddy Kimathi
You don't have to be high or drunk
to enjoy yourself in this town.
The deep, blue ocean;
a variety of sea cuisines;
friendly people;
cool, ocean, breeze;
aura of liberation.....
Almost...

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Categories: social, beach, imagery, nature, ocean,

Premium MemberA Social Complex by Gerald Dillenbeck
What is social complexity?
asks and answers  Robert Wright
which also reads just as right as
What is regenerative density?
to me
and perhaps to Bucky Fuller,
and then again...

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Categories: social, culture, earth, environment, happiness,

A Valley Boy by Bleddyn Pullen
People not from here don't often understand
What its like to live upon this green land.
With the wind and the rain all they see is pain.
Most...

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Categories: social, culture, happy, home, identity,




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