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Suffrage Poems

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Double Zero
One man, one vote
Listen to the double zero 
poll echo

One man, one vote
is power transition farcical
A national joke

One man, one vote
is very unpopular electoral
Lever pull okey-doke

One man, one vote
was a woman suffrage hoax
A muzzle masterstroke

One man, one vote
Con-stitutional pipe smokers
took...Read More
Categories: suffrage, hilarious, parody, political, satire,
Form: Rhyme



The Utopian One World State
--Evil starts as germinated seeds,
noxious weeds of social infestation,
spreading and suffocating human diversity,
pushing all freedoms into extinction,
the loss of Liberty's creed,,
--Men-Women birth their offspring,
but raised by the State,
alienated offspring grow into bastards,
by design to this fate,
no-longer is Family an understanding,,
--Started...Read More
Categories: suffrage, fate, fear, freedom, humanity, truth, wisdom, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Breaking the Lonely Rewind




"Breaking the Lonely Rewind"
 


Hysteria ensues a small death
on a funeral pyre pushed
into a sealed and soiled
heart shaped box sunk
to swallow stone tears 
reversing reflections 
in the coldest mirrors
Tsunami waves flood
all that was green

On the breaking shores
there the Lonely Rewind
is...Read More
Categories: suffrage, imagery, muse, poets, psychological, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Incomplete metamorphosis of this stilled adolescent
Incomplete metamorphosis of this stilled adolescent...
petrified, sheltered, and mortally wounded prepubescent

I consider myself
analogously buttressed, cocooned,
garrisoned, hardened, insulated,
where cell baited jumping frog
o' Montgomery County ne'er
went leaving larvae stage,

now no divine providential
power can assuage,
yours truly metaphorically locked
within invisible iron bound cage
every occasion...Read More
Categories: suffrage, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Bio
Nearly there
Shall I keep apologizing? 

For the silent screaming,
that has somehow, manifested into some..labeled, romanticized , interpreted version of labored anger...
harbored.
You think it's anger? You think it's aggression?
Do you really see me, from thine own given two eyes?
Without that third component?
Do...Read More
Categories: suffrage, absence, august, deep, destiny, devotion, i miss
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Maybe It Was Eleanor
Ever wonder where big ideas come from?

Memories of FDR
from newsreel clips -
a lion-headed striking man
with rakish grin,
jaw jutting proudly, 
signature cigarette holder
clenched in his teeth
tilted ever upward...
soaring to the heavens
as he cruises by
waving to admirers
in his convertible coupe.

Short List FDR...Read More
Categories: suffrage, feelings, history, international, philosophy, political, recovery from,
Form: Free verse
all she gonna do is say
mending fences can keep your cattle from
wondering : or going astray.
these grasses are as green as the one's
they graze upon, yet they rather dine
in my pastures.
who tends to the cattle, might he
then fix, what he hast allow to break!"
yet the...Read More
Categories: suffrage, adventure, appreciation, betrayal, music, myth, nature,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member The universal suffrage of the dark
Nothingness has caught me by the throat
Tossed me  to the innards of  its prayer
Joan of Arc unhorsed in  a nightmare
Burgundy makes  offers for her coat

When we’re real and know the here and now
Do we entertain our...Read More
Categories: suffrage, allegory, allusion, angst, anxiety,
Form: Villanelle
Premium Member Bull Moose Party of 1912
Teddy P. Roosevelt in 1912 feeling sassy, hale and hearty,
Promptly formed a wonderful new impressive political party.
Women suffrage was on the agenda along with primary direct,
Many educated women jumped onboard, his agenda to inspect.
Yet would not get the vote for...Read More
Categories: suffrage, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade, 8th
Form: Political Verse
Strike While The Iron Is Hot
Cuz while ya steel got
moxie, don't nix chance if only a dot
before death finds 
     flesh rotting alot.

A self-actualized fringe benefit
     as I racked up
     orbitz round sun...Read More
Categories: suffrage, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, inspiration,
Form: Dramatic Verse



Premium Member Righting American History
America's had lots of heroes through the years
Helping the world overcome many fears
Humankind hasn't always been kind
Look closely at history, see what you find

Our founders succeeded and failed many ways
People of color not treated fairly those early days
Three fifths a...Read More
Categories: suffrage, america, discrimination, history, immigration, political, racism, rights,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member A UNION OF HANDS
a union of hands resemble, ribbons entwined
soft white cotton sheets, still shadow our outline
invited to fall or fly for surrenders design
gifts of faded silver and rings of gold beg for the blind

a season brings forth death in winters prime
life lines...Read More
Categories: suffrage, anger, betrayal, endurance, heartbroken, loss, marriage, sad
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hidden Voting Travesty
There's a subversive plot afoot many do not note,
A hidden plan on national scale to manipulate the vote.
American leaders instituted a conspiracy to lie,
Millions lost their right to vote out of the public eye.
After southern reconstruction anti suffrage took its...Read More
Categories: suffrage, america, integrity, political, prison, racism, rights, slavery,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Soon You Will Be Gone, My Stinky Little Pug
I posted this first poem on one of my first days here at Poetry Soup. It’s about my stinky Pug Mugsy. He is almost fourteen now and for the past two days he has been slowly withering away. It’s so...Read More
Categories: suffrage, death, dog, grief, i miss you,
Form: Rhyme
Come Stay
et répète les demi-vérités

Of nights waning through distance 
where hidden breezes lie in still
glances fall out a painted window
eyes wonder but they never will

Kiss the moonbeams of a thousand angels
float along in sudden flight
tender dreams wrapped in silken starlight
feeling free...Read More
Categories: suffrage, love,
Form: Rhyme
The Curse
How long will this suffrage last?
Painting the dark picture of a darkened past.
My people are supposed to be blessed,
But we are cursed in this foreign land.
My people are supposed to be royalty,
Yet we are slaves.
The seed is supposed to grow...Read More
Categories: suffrage, africa, black african american, pain, slavery,
Form: I do not know?
When Nightfall Blocks the Sun
What will happen when the moon blocks the sun?
Will humanity come as one
Or will nature take it’s course?
Will we all stand as equals,
Or will one nation triumph under God?
What will happen after the hour strikes?
Maybe the world will witness and
be...Read More
Categories: suffrage, humanity, world,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Special Suffrage
Since our most recent U.S. Presidential non-selection,
for one thing a Trumpian could not become
is therapeutically presidential,
I have become worried about our democratic suffrage.

Perhaps only mothers, or maybe also fathers,
of kids with special vulnerability needs
should be allowed to vote,
or perhaps each...Read More
Categories: suffrage, community, health, humor, integrity, parents, power, voice,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Original Languages
Life explores integrity,
hoping to fulfill
all exploding polypathic 
curiosities polyphonic.

How might history rewrite humanity
if those who adventured out
and eagerly invaded
felt more reluctant to dominate?
More sure that their long-term survival
in this, or any, non-native land
required them to first learn those languages at...Read More
Categories: suffrage, community, culture, health, history, integrity, native american,
Form: Political Verse
Stuck in the Abysmal State
Ah at last I am at my home; feels a bit empty yet nowhere to roam 
As I pace around wondering what to do; this place is full of lies you have no clue 
I could play a game or turn on...Read More
Categories: suffrage, angst, anxiety, dark, deep, depression, emotions,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Love
Love is a blanket whose thick crocheted threads coat the heart in warmth,
Swaddling the being of essence in comfort of a chair which rocks back and forth.

To and fro goes the heart's flow away and towards that which lights the...Read More
Categories: suffrage, love, mother, mother son,
Form: Couplet
Confetti Dreams
Confetti dreams floating away
An innocence again is crushed
Under the weight of the fall 
Countdowns to unconsciousness
Filled in flutes of sorrow
As the masses mimic cheer

Confessions secretly stored
Under wraps of indesgression
Carried out the door
Self inflicted suffrage
Abandons another war

Anxious the path's unearthed 
Repentant...Read More
Categories: suffrage, birth, celebration, death,
Form: Free verse
The Informed Voter
Oxymoron of the day: Politically Correct

“Hi, I’m Carl Palmer and I approve of this poem.”


The Informed Voter

Donald Trump called, knew my name,
called me Carl, left a message, I wasn’t home.
Hillary Clinton called, knew my name, called
me Carl, left a message,...Read More
Categories: suffrage, america,
Form: Light Verse
I am Ebony
I am Ebony  …….
 A Black Woman, the most Disrespected person in america
I am Strong, I am Intelligent, I am Aware
I the Black Woman, have Power and Grace
I see with my Heart because the eyes are Blinding
I see the...Read More
Categories: suffrage, appreciation, art, beautiful, beauty, black african american,
Form: Free verse
Stagnant World
Ever so peaceful you appear,
Disguising your eternal suffrage.
Silent is your noted fear;
For to humans, you take umbrage.

Yet you try to smile, 
As the crimson stains your body.
You chant “Peace!” in denial,
To your own folly.

Bear witness to carnage;
Bear witness to despair.
For...Read More
Categories: suffrage, abuse, anger, conflict, irony, sympathy, vanity, war,
Form: Sonnet