Poems About Society

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  • Do you fall for the hearts of sickly men
    Who forsake the words of every pen...

  • The Week of Comfort Food (2) 1

    by Tanya Southey

    I shouldn’t be eating the crisps,
    but pass them over please...

  • What's next? 3

    by Michael

    A meeting room
    filled with tension...

  • Have you ever been scammed?
    Sounds close to an egg being scrambled, not a pain...

  • Twas Always Thus (2) 1

    by Tony Grannell

    Who wears the hide knew not the beast,
    the butcher's pride on which we feast...

  • Zero 2

    by Everlasting

    yesterday as I was watching the numbers of people...
    I was thinking how much I love the numbers...

  • Panic Buying (1) 3

    by Milly Hayward

    Stuck in isolation
    for this virus thing is rife...

  • Skinless Apathetic (1) 1

    by cantchangeme

    What do you want from me
    Tell me what it is you need...

  • Plastic Smiles

    by Rusheena

    We were fearfully and wonderfully made,
    built to endure endless onrushing of strife...

  • We Work (2) 2

    by Prossnip42

    Go there for your rota
    There for your orders...

  • Past (1) 2

    by Anne Moore

    The “gothic” girl you sit next to in math
    Has old scars running up and down her left arm...

  • Go Tell the Greek (8) 5 HM

    by Tony Grannell

    From oils on canvas framed in teak,
    a goddess spoke to me in Greek...