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Poems About: IDENTITY

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  • 133.
    Primordial Identity

    Primordial Identity

    * Soubhagyabanta Maharana read more »

    Soubhagyabanta Maharana
  • 134.
    Fufu Momo and Kottu

    Noises of different tongues
    Occupying stoves in the kitchen
    It is not belonged to any one
    But belonged to a time read more »

    Udaya R. Tennakoon
  • 135.
    Silent Screams

    Soul dressed in decrepit robe
    Of flesh, all tattered, hanging, loose;
    Spirits torn, identities denied,
    Disowned progeny, read more »

    Yasmeen Khan
  • 136.
    Exeter Hotel

    In the mid of shoe stores and dimly lid bars
    It's the whiskey cocktail as attractive as a jar
    Moth velvet as potted palm gifts
    Who would not be stunned if the front desk insists read more »

    Pierre Rausch
  • 137.
    Official Existence

    'Join each other and group yourselves,
    But for Heaven's sake do not name yourselves;
    Do anything and everything: cultural political and social,
    But be sure to remain strictly unofficial'. read more »

    Shushan Artinian
  • 138.
    True Identity

    True Identity (This is a song)
    (1) I’m trying so hard to get though the week, but things go wrong when people don’t speak, see that is not my problem my problem is I have no one the speak. to, I try and I try to put on a happy face, I try and I try to not look misplaced, but I guess that’s what’s on the outside, on the inside is a whole nother’ place…
    (Chorus) I’m let down, by my friends at school, I’m not pretty popular or cool,
    I whish they could know, how much they’ve hurt me, all those things, just had to be dirty, I’m the loser with the long blonde hair but in my heart I’ve gone somewhere, read more »

    Riley Smith
  • 139.
    Who I Really Am

    Fingers dash across keys, type, type, type
    Awkwardly from one key to the next, I told myself I wouldn't write
    The computer, the ginger tea, the black text in a sea of white
    They subside read more »

    David Knox
  • 140.
    Dust In The Wing/Lust In The Dark Green Moon

    What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
    What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
    What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton.
    What is an identity with no 'I- zone'? It is a time we should reinvestigate, reflect, deconstruct, reconstruct, decompose, recompose and finally reanalyse and revisit our own being and becoming skeleton. read more »

    Nyein Way
  • 141.
    Let's launch concepts

    Launch conceptual poetics

    Science Museum employee Katie Maggs holds a 19th century X-RAY tube during a photocall at the Science Museum in London, England. The Science Museum is celebrating a century of science with a public poll that has voted the X Ray machine as the most important invention of the last 100 years. read more »

    Nyein Way
  • 142.
    Identity

    He stole my heart, then my virginity and then he tried to steal my identity.

    It’s two in the morning and I have cried until I have no more tears.
    Can’t call my momma, can’t call daddy or any of my peers. read more »

    Patricia Smith
  • 143.
    Barriers and barricades!

    Is it possible?
    We all have forgotten our all identity,
    The only identity stands is the human,
    There is no land, no border, read more »

    kafil uddin raihan.
  • 144.
    Mistaken Identity

    The man ran
    But they ran faster
    They ran after him
    More like a mob read more »

    David Oladipupo Olorunshola
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