Poems About Society

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  • Something I've learnt (1)

    by Jonathan Jewell

    Every day I learn something new,
    'casionally, I find, one that's true...

  • Truthful musings (1) 1

    by -Choke-On-MY-Halo-

    Baby hold open
    your hand for me...

  • Prison (1) 5

    by Acacia

    The stretched out time we endure
    Is coated in the silence of unspoken words...

  • Gender roles (3) 4

    by Lynn. V

    Gender roles...

  • Body of Perfection (2) 1

    by Sherry Caayupan

    You are a chiseled masterpiece in a phantom time,
    Your lines bear proof of a forbidden love...

  • At the end of falling raindrops that mingled with...
    At the end of each every rainfall lies a mystical...

  • Misery (3) 4

    by Sunflower Lily

    Guns at the ready
    Getting prepared to fire...

  • litterbugs (syntuit) (5) 4

    by Mr. Darcy

    discarded condoms
    on streets use to be the worst...

  • Rats! 1

    by Jemia de Blondeville

    Although ive never seen
    An intoxicated newt...

  • America 1

    by Acacia

    I hear America singing, the varied carols I hear
    Tales of joy ringing off the rooftops...

  • The Gardener and The Warrior (1) 1

    by Anthony Krieman

    An eastern proverb states that it is better to be...
    Conflict will always find the warrior; it is drawn...

  • "Fine" (1) 2

    by Vera Campbell

    Fine is sand,
    Fine is skin...