Top 100 Poems About: CULTURE

In this page, poems on / about “culture” are listed.
  • 1.
    The Choice

    PLAGUE take the dull and dusty town,
    Its paved and sordid mazes,
    Now Spring has trimmed her pretty gown
    With buttercups and daisies! read more »

    Edith Nesbit
  • 2.


    (to africans in diaspora) read more »

    Chime Hilary Uchenna
  • 3.
    Cool Culture, The

    I ask,
    What culture do we have?
    Cool is not a culture
    We have become accustom to non-sense read more »

    Darrin McMiller Jr.
  • 4.
    Our Culture

    We are all just
    Just here looking all around
    Around the world, we have come
    Come to a land read more »

    Paul Barratt
  • 5.
    Third culture kid

    I'm a third culture kid-
    a hidden immigrant;

    I seem to fit in; read more »

    Danielle Moffat
  • 6.

    The poem is emerge on what culture is and differences. read more »

    Ajala Samuel Akindele
  • 7.

    The British people have a good sense of humour
    They like to strive on gossip and rumours
    I like the British way of life
    It can be stressful at times but they don’t dwell on strife read more »

    Clifton Cameron
  • 8.
    Culture Of Corruption

    Oh, I know you well
    Your relationship with the people
    Has been time tested
    You are deeper like the oceans read more »

    Tamba Komba
  • 9.
    Giant of Africa

    Blessed thy be
    among the contries
    so great and powerful
    rich in culture read more »

    Mimiko moruf oluwakayode
  • 10.

    Cryptic culture,
    Cultic culture,
    Consumer culture,
    Fake culture, read more »

    Randy Briggs
  • 11.
    Blood, Sweat and Tears

    Think just think, of all the blood, sweat and tears
    London has shed with the passing of years.
    The dirt, dust and smog, the noise and the grime.
    Poverty, slavery, squalor and crime. read more »

    Susan Mary Robertson
  • 12.
    Love and Money

    When love encounter money or money is corrupted by love,
    or love decreases the value of money. The money will slowly destroy love,
    words of love can cloud one judgement; love weakens the value of money,
    The sweet moon can also be moved once. read more »

    qin xing
  • 13.

    When drums are head
    when beads on the ankle rattle
    when flute gives it traditional rhythm
    one thing comes in mind, the lives of our fathers read more »

    lovett listowell
  • 14.

    One hand is insufficient.
    Two are better.
    Three are best.
    Many will make work easier. read more »

    totros tongai ndlovu
  • 15.
    Discussion Continues

    Discussion Continues
    The Sky shouts,
    Nature weeps,
    And my bucket fills. read more »

  • 16.

    This culture of impunity,
    Raising up lack of unity,
    Killing all the art of creativity,
    Disregarding the countries majority, read more »

    Maselo George
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