Poems About: IDENTITY
Poems on / about :
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337.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
Someone once invited a dove
To sit on a prince's lap
And merge with eternity
Into love. read more »Karotoa Watanabe
Be it black, blue or white shadow
l do not think the color it bears matter
a pen-name may represents a character
call it a camouflage to hide one's true identity read more »Marvin Brato Sr
340.Holding Onto Nothing
holding onto 'nothing' only
freedom is expressed.
the mind that thinks itself exists
will soon become obsessed, read more »moon batchelder
Her heart is shattered
the last petal of the rose falls
it's time to take off the mask
let people see your true identity read more »Jade Just me
342.How It Is
we are born of woman
hosted by her, we learn
of warmth and security read more »shimon weinroth
343.A Walk In The Park
A quiet anxiety in the heart.
A stilling pause of contemplation.
A soothing stroll through the park.
An acknowledgement of your invitation. read more »David Taylor
Someone go get the net
there is yet
roaming read more »Ted Sheridan
345.America Joy and Envy
The new generation of young people
have exploded on America. She sits and walks
inferior and paranoid. She is suffering
from anxieties, compulsions, obsessions, read more »Alex Blea
346.The Children of the Streets
To blow on the thistles,
And scatter the spores to the dusty winds,
Where the thistle loses its identity.
Growing bare, read more »Consuelo Suarez
347.My Face In Your Mirror
I don't know how ego is properly used
or how to keep spirit from being abused
(Perhaps schism is only a thing of the mind
and Reality buffers Truth read more »Dolly Staaf Carlson
Wooden structures that emerge from the face of the earth.
Temples of love to give identity to the ground on which they stand.
From east to west a glow with stellular radiance and energy.
On this rock we rely for our daily spin through the sky. read more »Kevin Kavanagh