Get Your Premium Membership

Stereotype Poems - Poems about Stereotype

Stereotype Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stereotype to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for stereotype.
Premium Member SURREAITY
...SURREALITY the fantastic absurd emphasised into the everyday unexpected   dreamscapes tableaux juxtaposed snapshots nuggets unseen throughout yet evident attitudes notions faded......Read More
Categories: stereotype, poetry,
Form: Other



NOT A HUMORIST
...This poem is not a Black Lives Matter hashtag That it will seek justice for George Floyd It is not a racial stereotype Or a free the back hype This poem is not to seek bail For the black in j......Read More
Categories: stereotype, africa, black love, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member No Title, Yet - 7
...Why is it that everyone always picked on me, When all I wanted to do was be let in? I was always good at sports and people couldn’t see Through the stereotype of different colored skin. I was n......Read More
Categories: stereotype, writing,
Form: Rhyme
My Thoughts On Blackberries
...Jamun or Kala Jamun - we call it in India, Black plum, Jambu, Jambool - for many, it's a mania; In months of June end July; one could find young and old climb, Sit over their branches; relish the ......Read More
Categories: stereotype, fruit, fun, nature,
Form: Rhyme
In the world
...In a world full of darkness be someone's light; Glow up their world a little bright. Have faith in each other to do something right Be the person that says 'its alright' In a world full of darkn......Read More
Categories: stereotype, adventure, anxiety, courage, creation,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Adam And Eve - Part Two
... A Determined Devil - As I lay another cedar beam plumb for our home smoke plumes, serpentine and sulphuric, interrupts the sunshine, I look below the ridge, Eve standing silent with weapon in......Read More
Categories: stereotype, america, angel, art, character,
Form: Epic
You're Not A Community, Part I
...You hear it all the time these days, people talk of communities, but then when you heard what they say you can’t help but think it’s funny, they don’t talk of where people live, or of neighbors ......Read More
Categories: stereotype, community, confusion, family, friend,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ZOLTAN GOLIATH
...This article is about the avant-garde poet, playwright and memoirist. For other uses, see Otis Trench, Brent Scorn, Lydia Fox, C. Günter Marrow, Elzbieta Bienga (disambiguation). Zoltan Goliath (?......Read More
Categories: stereotype, allegory, character,
Form: Epitaph
Afghan People Dream The Same Dream
... Religion was the juxtaposition the central point of our vision the direction the difference always destined for distance Now I see and hear humans emotions, and how I use them, they......Read More
Categories: stereotype, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
The illusion of reality
...Illusion Of Reality. Gathered through our senses Sensory information Helps us make sense Of what we perceive as reality Something that is objective And not what others may perceive to be . ......Read More
Categories: stereotype, appreciation, society,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Who Needs My Opinions
...To let her know what my views are It might shut her down Maybe destroy our friendship I know hers. She is loud and proud Yelling them, wanting me to agree. I listen instead Who needs my opi......Read More
Categories: stereotype, political,
Form: Free verse
I AM
...For some I am your neighbor, that lives down the street. For others I am the one, that you are so afraid to meet. For some I am your postman, that you wave to passing by. For others I am your ster......Read More
Categories: stereotype, america, black african american,
Form: Rhyme
Devil
...I hate both devil and lucifer Stereotype and brainwashing self-destructive both of them do yet, Venus is not hated at all early morning/evening star ......Read More
Categories: stereotype, adventure,
Form: I do not know?
Judged at first sight
...A moment, a glimpse Was enough to make up your mind It bears a gossip for your lips My character harshly defined With grime on my shoes I pay less attention to my looks Clothes within my reac......Read More
Categories: stereotype, abuse, adventure, age, anger,
Form: Free verse
How Did You Vote
... This is for any Remainer, and LEAVE should share it, come back at me Remain go on...... I looked at the two political systems and decided on the one I thought would serve the people better, I lo......Read More
Categories: stereotype, england, freedom, political,
Form: Rhyme

Related Poems