Places Social Poems

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


Premium MemberSummer Days by Susan Gentry
Singing birds and laughing children
Summer sounds seep into our senses

Friends, family and neighbors socialize
Backyard shaded lounging chairs
children playing nearby

Summertime sunshine and outdoor adventure
Fishing at dawn...

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Categories: social, adventure, children, community, family,

Last Call by Thomas Koron
Spending our time where people loudly talk, 
We wave to friendly faces from afar.
An empty glass leads us to slowly walk
Through the crowd, as we...

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Categories: social, drink, friendship, night, perspective,



Premium MemberGIRLS' TRIP TO VERMONT by Line Gauthier


Vermont in the summer
Road trip for the girls
Rushing around to see it all
And not miss a thing
Quaint places galore
Galleries and shops
Restaurants and cafés
Panoramic vistas and...

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Categories: social, adventure, friend, friendship, fun,

Premium Membera SOCIAL MEDIA SAGA by Brian Strand
the global village voice -
                    ...

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Categories: social, community, places,

WRONG PLACES by Harshath Vidheya
I Flew in the Afternoon Skies
Looking for North Star.
I Swam across the Oceans
Mistaking Submarines for Whales.

I Followed a Random Road,
To a Dead End.
I Ran through...

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Categories: people, sea, social, society,

dear dude at the bar by aunna jones
Don't slide your arm around my shoulder
unless you want yours to be dislocated
Don't try to tell me I'm beautiful
trust me it's overstated and overrated
Don't ask...

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Categories: social, desire, funny, men, nonsense,

Seventeen Hundred Hours by Gordon McConnell
The way that time moves around
everyone has a shot at that time
what goes round comes around
it happens so to earn that dime

All over the world...

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Categories: life, social, time,

Friendship Insecure by Bongisa Grey
First, we believe in the each other,
but odds are that misconstrued whispers would play tricks... 
Taunt
Dawn breaks as we flounder in the misery of our...

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Categories: social, absence, angst, friendship, life,

Premium MemberTO ACCLIMATE ACADEMIA - SOCIAL THEOLOGICAL STUDIES by Verlena S. Walker
TO ACCLIMATE ACADEMIA - SOCIAL THEOLOGICAL STUDIES

Once God confused the languages, humanity processed out to form religion.
Yet, creation had given us our own separate places
WHEREFORE,...

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Categories: social, bible, change, community, creation,

Roads by A.O. Taner
the shortest road
is the one that you know
the longest road
is the one that you love
...

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Categories: social, adventure, car, change, confusion,

Premium MemberUnfinished by Vicki Acquah
UNFINISHED

These streets mistreat
one hundred degrees in the heat
rode past said a prayer
lying on the pavement
was the new wretched
of the earth, so caste down
nothing left but...

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Categories: social, abuse, america, class, emotions,

Doctrine Is A Soft Foundation by Rhoda Monihan
Doctrine detaches your mind, 
Away from rational thinking,
Makes you obstinate and rude,
Unable to be understood.

It proceeds your choices,
Causes insecurity and disgust,
About your normal feelings,
As it...

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Categories: social, christian, desire, faith, feelings,

Dominican Traffic by Les Pruitt
Copyright © 2015
11.12.2015
9:18pm


This crazy rush hour traffic, traffic
like swimming the Caribbean Sea,
in these streets you don't wanna be.
Headlights brighter than spaceships,
spaceships, these drivers make you
wanna...

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Categories: social, adventure, corruption, culture, humor,

Premium MemberMaybe, Not Just a One Night Stand - For Contest by James Fraser
"I'll cook you dinner, and breakfast is on me"




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...

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Categories: men, places, sleep, social,

Only For The VIP by Warner Baxter
I’ve seen things  you’ll  never  see
I’ve  done  things  you’ll  never do
I’ve  been  places you’ll  never...

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Categories: celebrity, identity, people, social,

Skate by Patricia Mackintosh
Wheels spin, board flies. Through the air, streets, the city.
Making my own path, benches, rails, free to ride, glide.

Suddenly stops. 
Can’t go here, there, anywhere....

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Categories: social, body, city, culture, environment,

Let Go by Cassidy Metcalf
A long list of names with not a friend among them
Is it just of book of hidden faces
Forgotten faces?
Not a single word I've ever said...

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Categories: social, betrayal, cry, dark, death,

Life In Cyprus by Dave Timperley
Life in Cyprus,
Idyllic I would suggest,
For each day is filled with 
Everything we hold dear.

Inspired by good friends,
Nice people we meet

Coming from all different places,
Youngsters,...

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Categories: happy, nice, social,

Read All About It by Doris Beaulieu
READ ALL ABOUT IT


Stories all of 100
years old
Bribery And
Blackmail
They have to be
retold

Definitions of words
have surely changed
as Kilts And Reefers
are now explained.

Two Kinds Of Success
stories
That Work...

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Categories: adventure, places, social, success,

Premium MemberBarricades by Mark J. Halliday
We join the public social functions
To fill our time with emptiness,
And list our names with organizations
To barricade ourselves from loneliness.

We surround ourselves with similar faces,
Acquaintances...

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Categories: angst, loneliness, social,