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Stereotypes Poems - Poems about Stereotypes

Stereotypes Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stereotypes 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 stereotypes.
...labels, brands, stereotypes and barcodes. We lose ourselves to the construct we once called life and what it once sowed. we lose ourselves to society and the things we do not want to be. we lo......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, identity, loss,
Form: Free verse

One Day
...One day not so long ago I walked Never alone For the world Is always my home It was a late Spring snow Yet I felt Invisible red roses Offering sweetest perfume To my nose and soul Th......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, humanity,
Form: Free verse
San Chai The Phoenix
...San Chai, a WISE SQUAD member, a warrior of strength, With a fierce spirit and an attitude so great in length. Ever-flowing like the river and dancing with the wind, Her power and beauty are rare,......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, appreciation, friend, friendship love,
Form: Narrative
A Black Man, a Noble Sight
...In the land of sun and sand, Where the world burns hot and bright, Stands a man with skin of onyx, A black man, a noble sight. He walks with purpose and power, His stride firm and unyielding, ......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, africa, black african american,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Flaws And Gnaws
... Expecting a flood of love letters as scribbling on a sheet of rosewater the fragrance crushed earthy scent a thornless moonlight rose an aesthetic storm is brewing beyond spiritu......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, analogy, character, emotions,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Daily Duties
...middle aged and middle class driving way too fast on country lanes drop the kid at school group yoga then the pool prosecco and wealth envy over lunch on to a manicure and then hair (y......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, allusion, analogy, car, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Sarah's Handmaiden
...A unique form of hatred, stereotypes and prejudice, they decipher realities. Forgotten the same father, Ibrahim, Canaan families. Who loving safe, warm, faith, in the same lands. Hagar, S......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, emotions, simple, together,
Form: Free verse
...In the supine chambers of my mind: Thoughts of different hues spring up unsought They crisscross like fireflies in the dark Dancing virtually 3D all night Love isn’t always reciprocal In se......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, confidence, conflict, courage, destiny,
Form: Free verse
...If you don't like gays, Don't be one of them. You choose to hate And condemn. If you don't like abortions, Don't have an abortion. Your choice to blow it out Of proportion. If you......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, freedom, hate,
Form: Rhyme
34 AD
...That's the year I abolished sin, My heart was in the pope, Screwed everyone who wanted to win, To the homeless I let down a rope, See at first it was for Jesus, But I hated the christian scum, ......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, bible,
Form: Rhyme
...VIRTUAL RARITIES techniques  transformed to explore  the potentials &  possibilities of   modelling the initiative&  generatively  appropriated & reimagined renditions surrounded by......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, poetry,
Form: Other
The Upside Down
...Tell me my friend what is the upside down Surely please do not frown Maybe the day saw night and took his crown So that darkness shall drown The lack of light is not a plight to me Funny as it m......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, black love, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Delayed Consequences, Part III
......He remembered his childhood, Cajun stories of the bayou, and one of an old witch doctor, they claimed he still practiced voodoo. He had seen the man once or twice, he’d seemed rather old de......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, abortion, confusion, dark, death,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Land Of Milk And Honey
... It’s the land of milk and honey, you fail to see beneath stars and stripes; Hard work holds prosperous and free; The lifestyle seems to come so easy, lost within stories and stereotypes; I......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, america, emotions, feelings, freedom,
Form: Villanelle
... STRANGERS: What would have been the story, If I was never in this place of heartbreaks? Would it have been something else for me? What if you were not on this earth surface, Could that deal ......Read More
Categories: stereotypes, 5th grade, betrayal, heartbreak,
Form: Diamante

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