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Song Social Poems

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


This Thought, This Time by Neikima Simmons
THIS THOUGHT THIS TIME
This is the time. To put forth in writing the words that plague my mind. An inevitable forthcoming of thoughts internally suppressed,...

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Categories: deep, humanity, social, time,

Premium MemberThe artist by Lewis Raynes
Told to invent, told to create, 
Told to conceptually begin,
To touch all our souls from deep in our heart, 
Told to express from within,

And dance...

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Categories: art, poets, social, society,



Premium MemberSong for Us by Andrew Jung
Heard a song in the car today 
'Bout girls that cheer and boys that play
They were their town's kings and queens
And everyone that knows them...

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Categories: high school, school, social,

Who's the man behind the mask by Stephen Mayne
Can you tell me, who's the man behind the mask?
Who gives a clever illusion, of a created past.
We've painted his portrait, but will the face...

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Categories: identity, judgement, mystery, social,

Premium MemberExpresso Expression by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
Perched aft coddling harpoon
prime fodder for the spoon
Inept spun magnamous tale
tip scale fifty ton humongous whale 
Maniacal grin leave ya in my wake
comical sin I...

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Categories: perspective, social,

Premium MemberSocial Trance by Brendan J. Simons
Along the stretch of an alley etched in cracked cobblestone,
Walks a conquered weary swain besides his penumbral casted clone.

Onwards he treads towards the recycled mill...

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Categories: earth, social, society,

Kummerspeck: Lisandro's Song by William Craychee
Kummerspeck
(Lisandro's Song)

Little Lisandro (he's white, don't get
offended)
sits at a desk in a schoolroom he'd rather not be in
forced by people he doesn't know
to do what...

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Categories: social, society, solitude,

Soundless by nur holis
Still here, watching television
Still here, lamenting my self
Nowhere to run, just stay left
Without any vision

Soundless meant to death
And rebellious sound meant to deadly death

I am...

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Categories: hate, humanity, social, society,

A Nightcliff Evening by Edward Clapham
A Nightcliff Evening

The pastel light of evening fades to the indigo of night,
Trees brooding silhouettes above, save where the string
Of lights picks out the furrows...

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Categories: friendship, imagery, social,

Premium MemberThe Jester Sheds a Tear by Kelly Crenshaw
Isn't it ironic
How the ones that yell the loudest 
Are usually the ones that have the least to say?
And isn't it moronic how the ones...

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Categories: social, angst, conflict, corruption, racism,

Biafra the Rising Sun by Eferebo Chibuzor
How long shall I be in babylon and sing a song of hope and weariness?
Whence my heart perishes in servitude,
I have been debased to infra...

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Categories: social, bullying, history, hope, humanity,

SKIRT THE ISSUE by Pete Yuhas
Wake up all you parents
you must be on alert
Laws are changing, not too good
for men that wear a skirt 

Next time you're out in public
and...

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Categories: social, america, anger, conflict, gender,

Premium MemberIt's A Mad Mad Mad Mad World by Carrie Richards
The blind and the weary, are up from the trenches
To climb into chaos, they'll walk across tightropes
where no one has noticed the ebb and the...

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Categories: introspection, people, social, society,

Social Media by Lenna Walker
Theres a place called Facebook
   out in cyber space
Where you must have really thick skin
   but you need no face

People take...

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Categories: social, conflict, confusion, environment, how

Premium MemberDroshky Ride by Vee Bdosa
       DROSHKY RIDE
I and my love, one night out for a ride
the droshky driver knowing where to go
in this,...

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Categories: sexy, social,

Biltong and Bread by Just James
Konkas draw a blanket over the flats,
but our state live like over fed fat cats
Zuma had another great opinion,
now we must dream of a Rand...

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Categories: conflict, irony, social,

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,

CLOWN by joseph bejcek poewhit
Painted upside down.
Wear a hat.
Brim side down.
Collar turned almost round.

Funny wonder laugh.
Musical speech sags.
Crying song laughs.
Ringing song gag.

Crazy funny man.
Silly tokens wonder.
Sad loving woman.
Circus clowns...

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Categories: social, cheer up, future, humor,

Premium MemberLove: Donations Welcomed by Gregory R Barden
"How many people are praying for love?"

There are countless people in this world who have no one that loves them ... NO ONE!

Why is that...

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Categories: social, giving, loneliness, lonely, love,

Back Road to Nowhere by Freddie Robinson Jr.
He was a traveling man,
never stayed in one place too long
At every bar and tavern he visited,
he loved to play his favorite song
He was a...

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Categories: perspective, social,