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Poems About: IDENTITY

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

  • 313.
    Chained by Language

    We live in concrete boxes with ceiling and walls
    Sometimes, Deco sometimes Roccoco
    With minds trapped in bony skulls
    Chained by language, stuttering thoughts of the soul read more »

    shimon weinroth
  • 314.
    How I Wish to Die

    a body weak as sand
    a will strong as storm
    an emotion cold as snow
    a mind still adventurous read more »

    john tiong chunghoo
  • 315.
    Her Extinction

    One eye awoke to a new sight
    A reflection of reality
    There before me, stood a girl drained
    An identity fading into nothing read more »

    jodi right
  • 316.
    Words of Love

    Here I am
    Where are you
    Sitting beside me on that long dark road to nowhere read more »

    Susan Robertson
  • 317.
    A Sea of Sadness, A River of Rage

    A sea of sadness
    A river of rage
    The tongue of a woman lynched and left for dead
    No longer dormant read more »

    Sylvia McMillan Edmonds
  • 318.
    Buy Yours Now While Civilisation Lasts

    Just as we prepare to celebrate
    the season of sparkling white and winter fuel,
    piss on earth and extended drinking hours
    there steals a hooded headline read more »

    Michael Shepherd
  • 319.
    What Am I?

    I look in the mirror.
    A face- whose? - stares back at me.
    I wander, wonder, through the day,
    Without light, without warmth, read more »

    James Grengs
  • 320.
    Lost

    Lost in this city
    so big and so vast
    one little soul
    alone read more »

    Krystle Newberry
  • 321.
    Plain Pains

    Rains in my rooms
    Trodding over the margins of my body read more »

    Nyein Way
  • 322.
    Lost Love

    All is unfair
    Love is past, Love will come
    ends and breaks hearts, Mourning sadness
    wanting it, needing Love read more »

    Adrian Garcia
  • 323.
    God's Poetry

    To give and gratefully respond
    to beauty, love and tenderness,
    to lose yourselves, but gain
    a truer, greater and, finally, read more »

    Willem VanVoorthuysen
  • 324.
    the dom writes a letter to her slave

    you are
    what i tell you to be. i
    and i alone
    give you your identity; read more »

    valerie jaeger
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