Poems About: CULTURE
Poems on / about :
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13.No harm to fault
Cultures differ with countries
And over centuries.
Virtues differ with countries
And over centuries. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
14.THIS CULTURE OF IMPUNITY
This culture of impunity,
Raising up lack of unity,
Killing all the art of creativity,
Disregarding the countries majority, read more »Maselo George
15.Resurrect the old culture.
The culture is rich
Where guilt, conscience and shame warn.
The culture is fair
Where repercussion and prosecution warn. read more »Rm.Shanmugam Chettiar.
After 50 years of dictatorship,
gang culture is so angry and
academic culture is even following it and
mass culture is following commercial culture blindly read more »Nyein Way
17.Racism and the Culture Of Racism rev.2013
We must be aware…..,
Of the Culture Of Racism….,
It’s a slur and a swear….,
The Culture Of Racism….! ! ! read more »Trade Martin
18.Insane Culture Of Mass-Murder” (The Billion-Dollar Question)
We must all stay aware…..,
Of the Insane Culture Of Mass-Murder….,
It’s been increasing for years…., read more »Trade Martin
19.Museum of Culture
Preserving the culture has been like the tusk of mastodons,
This is only suitable for preserving in the billiard balls,
Sustaining the culture has been like the extinct saber truth,
That is only suitable for experimental use. read more »Sambidhan Acharya
20.Cool Culture, The
What culture do we have?
Cool is not a culture
We have become accustom to non-sense read more »Darrin McMiller Jr.
21.Culture is my natureMuhammad Opeyemi Abdulfatai
Culture is like a flowing river
it changes with time;
sometimes changes time too; read more »Varanasi Ramabrahmam
If we put closure to culture
Then in isolated torture
We suffer as human creatures read more »Sylvia Chidi
24.It Does Not Have To Be This Way
Every culture tries to control, manipulate, shame, dominate the other culture, the dominate cultures today where the so called inferior cultures of the past, the so called inferiors to day where the dominate cultures of the past in many or most cases read more »Anthony Cavuoti