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


The Social Media Generation by Nick Trim
The social media generation that lives in cyber space,
so needy for notifications so they don't feel misplaced,
make up a world of brave faces sitting behind...

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Categories: social, internet, slam,

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,



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,

Social Media by Michael Robinson

Social Media

{About a character of using technology in today's society}

As I see the glimmer of reflection
The purism becomes aware of detection
As we use social media...

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Categories: social, analogy, computer, humorous, repetition,

Touch Screen by Michelo Mweetwa
We used to click without clicks
We embraced and bumped fists
We killed time on the side walk
We saw each other just to talk 

We used to...

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Categories: social, addiction, computer, internet, lost,

From God by C Evans
Religious law is making mankind 
crazy. It makes the human brain 
softly hazy. Billions of people believe 
in this or that, not knowing which 
God...

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Categories: social,

The lane by Vasudha Shekhawat
That time is gone, when sorrows of others seems like ours.. problems of others ,left us scars..........But the scenario has changed when I woke, now...

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Categories: social, city, emotions, feelings, humanity,

Red Lights by Soujanyo Biswas
Where did I leave that serenity behind, that made me smile?
Now these red lights choke, the blood's dried, human venom reigns,
I cant dream in this...

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Categories: social, child abuse, dark, daughter,

Premium MemberShow Me Television, Free Verse by Brendan J. Simons
The era of catatonic self-destruction has risen yet again from boulder-blocked caves,
Whose cavernous stalactite incisors drip with the blood of thorny crowns,
Worn in punitive irony...

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Categories: addiction, 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 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,

1,2,3 by Jaquay Atkins
The greatest conquers 
Second place remains jealous 
Irrelevant third...

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Categories: social, celebration, cheer up, feelings,

Do you mean it by Esther MacCarthy
Walking down the street 
You held my hand
Little trembling me
So afraid of the world 

I remember when it was cold
Like a negative 32 degrees or...

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Categories: social, appreciation, art, dad, father,

Apparently My Poetry Is A Pile of Bourgeois Crap by Tom Quigley
With a mag called POETRY, I spent time
Hoping to find verses sublime and sage
And for all I read, not two words that rhymed
Just chopped up...

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Categories: social, class, culture, judgement, poetry,

Social-Light by Tom Quigley
I didn’t miss the snub
Your fancy social club
Will just not be requesting my application.
But joy, as it turns out, 
There is no shred of doubt
That...

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Categories: growing up, me, social,

Premium MemberParty Invite into Your Place by Gerald Dillenbeck
First,
and hopefully last,
organizational meeting of the Polycultural Party
tonight
in our conjoined Meeting Room,
between your bicameral eyes.

If you
work or live in a cooperative,
would like to live or...

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Categories: social, adventure, analogy, beauty, earth,

SOCIAL NETWORK by SEAN TROTT
I remember when conversations happened face to face
I look around witnessing what has become n untouched disgrace
Person after person nose first into a device that's...

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Categories: social, america, analogy, technology,

Writing anonymously by Malvika Shanker
That frankness is rare,
It goes away with a name.
I wish to write as a soul,
And not a body with the worldly load.

The energy inside me...

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Categories: dream, emotions, social, society,

A Theatrical Nose Dive by Eve Chilicas
This just in, we are long drawn out drab sentences of our breath,
trying to base a topic off epiphany's languid scry, waiting on osmosis to...

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Categories: assonance, imagination, introspection, social,

Premium MemberThe Enemy's Child : collab with Carolyn D by Paul Callus

The battles on the field are harsh and tough
The looting in their wake engorged with greed
Abundant spoils of war are not enough.
 
Atrocious in their...

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Categories: baby, social, war,