Science Social Poems

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


Premium MemberUpon Your Arrival by Gregory R Barden

Stillness, save a twittering bird ...

Hand on clarity, hardness - fingers spread
Opposing - jets of oily black octopus ink, (resembling)
Manipulated, channeled ... barbed circles coalesce
Language...

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Categories: social, beauty, fantasy, language, science

Social Media by J Hamilton Gist
Pulse...zenith...drums...a shattering shudder
Words...Zion...neat...the platter unuttered
Thoughts zealots speak that magnets can't cover

Hatred, Hatred, Hatred and then...
What one friend begins as trend then ends as...
That someone that...

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Categories: social, introspection,



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 MemberSocial Climbing Jacob's Ladder by Gerald Dillenbeck
I wrestle with against vulnerable boundaries
to invasive intimacy,
left unlanguaged yet right felt dismay
could not sustainably remain
without being said outloudlyish
in some bicameral bilateral bipolar balancing brainiac
polypathically...

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Categories: social, culture, health, humor, integrity,

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 MemberSocial and AntiSocial Capital by Gerald Dillenbeck
Hybrids,
like a good creole stew,
are amazingly viral cooperators,
competitively so,
reacclimating tastes toward richer anticipations.

We have all heard of social capital
and natural capital,
of social democrats as antisocial...

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Categories: social, culture, earth, health, language,

Whoa by Derriziel Pierce
Designing a plan to conquer your fears could be called calculated bravery,
Designing a plan to conquer your atmosphere may be called calculated slavery.

Whoa!

Protruding emotions can...

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Categories: social, africa, america, confidence, courage,

SOCIETY-OUR SOCIAL WORLD by Anulaxmi Nayak
SOCIETY - OUR SOCIAL WORLD

To a little girl, a pink dressed doll and cooking-set to play
To a little boy, toys are guns and cars they...

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Categories: people, social, society,

A place with no banners by Charles Pullen
Where I am is not for you,
Your banner does not wave here,
do not knock on this door,
don't tread on my space.

Your hands are not welcome...

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Categories: social, america, betrayal, conflict, freedom,

To move on by jonny sance
love isn't a mask for sex
its the person who could make your life a success
lust is just pleasure you don't ever need to like each...

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Categories: social, cheer up, confidence, happy,

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,

Binary by A.O. Taner
One is love, 
Zero is everything else. 


...

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Categories: social, beautiful, cheer up, computer,

Superstition by Deepak Chalise
Superstition


A belief in the mind 
Learned from another kind
Baseless only a customary
Born from cultural shine

Easy to preach but difficult to practice
Educated brain and grown up...

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Categories: social,

Tree by A.O. Taner
follow on facebook,
adore on pinterest,
fall in love on instagram,
kiss on a hunch,
all under a tree....

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Categories: social, addiction, april, best friend,

Premium MemberA Conversation With An Ape by Rhoda Monihan
If an ape came into my living room, 
And could talk fluently and converse, 
I’d speak with him about sociology, 
Or to her about avoiding...

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Categories: social, animal, home, love, relationship,

Solving The Right Equation by Andrew Crisci
Equations also refer to a specific human connection,
they must always be equal and have a balance in concept;  
if all women are thought to...

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Categories: social, appreciation, computer, conflict, confusion,

Premium MemberInteractions And Returns by Rhoda Monihan
What you give, you will get back in return, 
If you are nice to someone, and you leave it, 
They’ll be nice back to you...

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Categories: inspirational, life, science, social,

Premium MemberThe Existence of God by Rhoda Monihan
He’s not real as in physical or proactive, 
And he’s even manifested, evinced and embodied by people   
Where is god, I cannot locate...

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Categories: social, feelings, god, identity, philosophy,

CyberPoetry: ElectroMagneticPrayer by Derriziel Pierce
Electromagnetic spectrum, forgive us of our transgressive Trojans, 
as we forgive those for sending viruses, malware and spam to us.  
The configuration of inert...

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Categories: psychological, science, social, technology,

Premium MemberKeats Nightingale by Rhoda Monihan
Keats’ Nightingale

The romantic poets were too early to postulate total atheism,
And so freshened up the church by aligning god with nature,
And I believe they had...

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Categories: social, appreciation, beautiful, beauty, bird,