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Who Poems - Poems about Who

Who Poems - Examples of all types of poems about who 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 who.
Premium Member there is a gravity to you
... there is a gravity to you whenever crossing the room it is an existence that bends light into an aura capturing my every breath a plasma that penetrates every atom within with memories of lon......Read More
Categories: who, love,
Form: Romanticism

an unexpected vacation with my Sweets and a travelling record player
...sitting in front of my record player i am glad that i fixed it and that i found some 45s and some 78s my excitement builds as i sift through all of the new discoveries i am in my element all i ne......Read More
Categories: who, growth, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
a morning's play
...DATE: 27th June, 2022. POEM TITLE: A Morning’s Play In a misty morning simmer, where droplets run along blades of grasses in limber to a game of ‘who grows bigger’ until a splatter rings......Read More
Categories: who, morning,
Form: Rhyme
an outcry
... The countryside was their homeland, Buried in the rich soils were their sons’ navel strings, Nothing of their history was bland, Not even the stain on their names or grit on their rings. Th......Read More
Categories: who, hope, slavery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Child indoctrination and exploitation
...States allow boys inside girls’ locker/restrooms. Men prisoners with a history of sexual assault allowed in women’s prisons. Schools enforcing sex education on preschoolers. Today A drag queen......Read More
Categories: who, truth,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Unwanted Tyke
...I do not like the idea of abortions, naturally, But then I do not like to see abandoned kids I am a firm believer in equal opportunity, Yet, I see so many in our populace on the skids.......Read More
Categories: who, anti bullying, child abuse,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The Truth on Aging
... Not everyone ages well, those who do are lucky and few; As for the rest of us expect to look like hell. ......Read More
Categories: who, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Supreme Indignation
...To live in this country, ‘Twas brought home today, It helps to be Christian, Shoot weapons and pray. On top of all that, It’s a plus to be male - Just knock up a woman And then you can bail......Read More
Categories: who, america, anger,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member From the calm to the storm
...My life has presented in ebbs and flows. Some calm, some stormy Some, where goes? Who knows? I’m learning to embrace the storm, For knowing calm waters come along. Emotions tear the heart ap......Read More
Categories: who, emotions, journey, life,
Form: Rhyme
There Oughta Be A Law
..."Aequum et bonum", Latin for "what is right and just. Laws are the pillars of civilizations, They underlie great cultures And shore up great states and nations. But laws are only as good as the......Read More
Categories: who, political,
Form: Political Verse
... she filled her lungs with air and insanity, her heart grappling for mercy against her chest, growing weary from a dissociating tyrant, her mind running laps to every nerve synapse, fleeing from......Read More
Categories: who, pain,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Just One Among Many
...A certain thirty-nine-year-old man who is blatantly Pro-Life Never thought it worthwhile to take for himself the wife Confessed to me that he has ten children by the same woman He has ......Read More
Categories: who, child abuse, perspective,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member A Woman's Right to Choose
...A woman’s decision to choose should Never have been a matter for the courts A woman knows, for her, what is best to do When facing the realities of last resorts. No pregnancy is pos......Read More
Categories: who, perspective, rights, women,
Form: Quatrain
...I overthink too much Might be my curse All it does is cause pain And not the pain you ignore The pain that swallows you whole Without leaving a mark For it causes you to question all Not j......Read More
Categories: who, anxiety, depression,
Form: Free verse
Todays the day
...Good morning I said to myself as I lazily looked out of my bunker’s door , Between the trees I could see The sky was grey -which suited the mood of those who had chosen the path to stay in the city ......Read More
Categories: who, angel,
Form: Dramatic Monologue

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