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Stigma Poems - Poems about Stigma

Stigma Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stigma 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 stigma.
Perception Is Deception
...They teach us from a young age that everyone sees the grass as green, but what about the blind and those unable to distinguish colour. So please understand, that the world looks different to dif......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, discrimination, emotions, mental health,
Form: Free verse

You're Too Young - You're Too Old
...You're too young to cry, They say, Too young to bare the weight of you're burdens. Yet your family beat you down, stripped you of your confidence, turned your smile into a frown. You're to......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, absence, abuse, age, mental
Form: Free verse
What Is Depression?
...When you think of the word depression, what's the first thought that comes to mind? Is it someone stuck in bed, wiping their tears, wishing they were dead? Is it someone smiling and cracki......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, mental health, mental illness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Stare Into the Water
...I Stare Into the Water I stare into the water (The water stares back at me) In harmony with Terra Mater, I expend no energy. Without a paddle or wind to sail, My prospects are unavai......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, fate, imagery, perspective,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Destined Silence
... Prior to my final Masters Exam, I spent five months in Uncle's place on study leave and once chanced to meet my Mr. Perfect and......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, lost love,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Premium Member Liberation Meditation
...Light of soul glows but our vision is diM Ignite the flame of God’s bliss to be freE Breaking free from fear, be not by thoughts toyeD Empty heart of toxins, transcend ennuI Raise vibration and e......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, spiritual,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Enigma
..."I'm a conundrum. Or an enigma. I forget which." James A. Owen In a white man's world, I've become an enigma, feeling like I don't belong, trying to break the stigma. In these mental......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, abuse, racism,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hercule and the Broken Birds de Bergerac
... "Hercule and the Broken Birds de Bergerac" lute wherefore art thou? soft stroked like chords of velvet wrapped around thee thou be art always in the bursting rose red......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, muse,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Pink Lilies
...The pink lilies cluster together as if they were in a hug tall and gallant posed they are breathtaking beautiful with a friendly yellow stigma and rusty red filament lively colors that brighten th......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, flower,
Form: Free verse
The Healed Leper
...A contagious illness regarded as being caused by sin Like a rag soiled by sewage filth, meant only to be thrown The sick suffered each moment like a fish without a fin. He did not have, even in hi......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, jesus,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Gasless Beans
... Flackmoth wishes his love of legumes was not accompanied by foul fumes. Not having to release a whiff of flatulence would prevent incurring that other offense and social stigma, the “stinkm......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, word play,
Form: Light Verse
Color Trouble
...Human history is full of trouble because religion has duped the human race and creates a lot of doubles all over the place. If I could turn the clock back in time, I would not change anything, but I ......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, america, business, character, clothes,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Discombobulation: A Word
...What sorts a box -- an enigma, of course, what else has sauce, when it apprised of a stigma it eyes wherefrom the source. Taste, touch, ... senses play the fiddle minus some chords, ......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, analogy, appreciation, imagery, international,
Form: Rhyme
...SELF PORTRAIT To be objective about oneself is hard All the others’ competing observations Reluctant to let them into a conclusion Yet one remains trapped in confusion Despite all those awkwar......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, art, i am, identity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member When Life Is A Meme a selfie that wasn’t taken I’m the guy in the street I know you’re captioning me from your side of the road and the shops with their massive eyes are making me too viral ......Read the rest...
Categories: stigma, anxiety, depression, introspection, judgement,
Form: Free verse

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