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Poems About: CULTURE

In this page, poems on / about “culture” are listed.

  • 37.
    It's In The Culture

    It is in the culture.
    Fed to accept,
    Deception. read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 38.
    A Way For Love, Peace and Friendship!

    How can wars be stopped in the world?
    How can love be promoted with peace?
    How can friendship be developed among all? read more »

    Ramesh T A
  • 39.
    A Celebration of Family, Community and Culture

    When a snowman winks his eyes of coal,
    And from their windows children know...
    Magic's in the air.
    And they wish they are on Santa's list. read more »

    Lawrence S. Pertillar
  • 40.
    I Hide

    I hide within a culture where black people
    kill their brother everyday
    no other culture on this earth
    slaughter humans in this way.. read more »

    Steven Taylor
  • 41.
    In A Single Second

    A culture that
    Can associate a group
    Also have the thought
    To break the bonding read more »

    Tadasha Tripathy
  • 42.
    Some Say

    Some say that life is a burden,
    Some say that life is a blessing,
    Some say that life is a cycle,
    But I say taht life is boring. read more »

    Moana Tuigamala
  • 43.
    orange county

    Orange County, home of cultures
    where the rats will sometimes race,
    now is also home for vultures
    dropping shit on every face, read more »

    gershon hepner
  • 44.
    father culture

    Late afternoon, glistening table tops of the café outside patio,
    view from a window blinded by the lambent daggers of the sun,
    sloth-like stratus engulfing; dancing opaque of smoke,
    oozing to the universe’s gravitational pulls read more »

    orangecat bluebandanna
  • 45.
    Those Great Entertainers Of Ghana

    Those great entertainers of Ghana to their drumming they dance and sing
    Music, song and dance an integral part of their culture with them 'tis a natural thing
    Compared to them I feel quite ordinary as if my feet are tied to the ground
    They sing, dance and drum with a passion in them talent seem to abound read more »

    Francis Duggan
  • 46.
    An Epidemic Of Melancholy Proportions

    an epidemic of melancholy proportions
    is sweeping through many societies countries
    despair dejection sadness misery hopelessness
    are recession downturn decline consequences read more »

    Terence George Craddock (Spectral Images and Images Of Light)
  • 47.
    Humanity and Tolerence

    We have seen many ancient cultures
    Through the excavated sites or in pictures
    Golden past with lot more engineering skill
    So many unanswered questions to fill read more »

    hasmukh amathalal
  • 48.
    Peregrine Vulture

    Death lurks with laughing, flashing eyes
    and fusty-fetid forlorn sighs;
    Salacious beast in sheol's mask-
    gravedigger digging at his task. read more »

    Sara Stowell
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