Top 100 Poems About: IDENTITY
Top 100 Poems on / about
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1.Identity Of I
Identity is not what I promise others
Identity is what I do when I am alone
Identity is what I think of others
Knowing all the hatred they've shown read more »Abhiraj Rajadhyaksha
I asked myself who iam.
I was looking for identity.
I felt the silent of my soul.
No answer. read more »Constantinos Grigoriadis
Look at me,
it's not my true identity
I have a covert identity,
i wonder if you'd ever see, read more »Cyrus Diaz
4.Identity - The Bully
They all try to look the same
all try to give themselves a name
pick on the boy who is all alone
just because his identity is his own read more »Jon Evans
I had one once -
having one meant
the world to me - read more »Some Girl
6.The kid identity
The kid identity
Look at me, read more »colby selter
So lost deep inside,
Is all that makes me.
My true identity,
Is hard to see. read more »Yisel Chong
8.Identity controls behaviour
Identity controls behaviour
Identity controls emotions
Identity controls how we think
Identity controls behaviour. read more »Peter Hall
my name was chosen
by my parents
before I came read more »Floy Dy (Floyd) Ra (Floydson)
I'm dazed and confused
I'm tired of being used
It is not me that you see
It is just your fantasy read more »David Semenske
11.Me: The thief of my Identity
The thief of my Identity
To my Friends and Family
My true Identity read more »Brad Combs
12.The Lonely Spider
The lonely spider reaches out
For what, you might ask?
If not to spin his web then for what?
For his identity read more »Andreanna Atkins
I found my niche in life
In a sport not quite like me
Because on the outside
You saw a shy, timid, tomboy read more »Sara Amidon
This is a stolen identity
Because I’m bent on forgetting me
All left is my eyes
And I think their gonna die read more »Kathryn Garner
I search for that something called an Identity
I search for the eternally dynamic being called 'me'
I search for that ever-elusive ray of Hope read more »RONY PATRA
My shadow lives my life
Majestic in character and
Sophisticated in fashion read more »Pushpa Ratna Tuladhar
17.World of My Own
I don’t need their world
For if I can’t be free
For if they don’t give my actions a freedom
For if they can’t give my thoughts a liberty. read more »Sawmitra Roy
Just weak trust. read more »Shiv Abhishek Pande
My DNA dates back to the trees that planted
Soils creep up to distress how the hairs on my head were made. read more »Yolanda Mbatha
You and me
Alone in the corner
You took out your mask
And showed me your true identity read more »Kristal Clear
21.A Chick in a River.
So tiny was I.
Happy could I remember
Forgetting my hen
And accepting to be a duckling. read more »Omolola David
22.Words of Love
Here I am
Where are you
Sitting beside me on that long dark road to nowhere read more »Susan Robertson
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
24.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
Torn apart between me and my family
torn, like a paper split into two
want freedom on one hand
and family on the other read more »Fadhlihan Bin Mydin
See me shy and innocent,
Looks can fool those who don’t look deep.
My identity is a polluted river, never the same.
Made of stone, hard to get to, read more »Makeiah De'Ajahla Karmea Adams
This is my identity
one of my quality
never question its presence
it would never make sense read more »royston serrao
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
What is my identity today read more »vicky saladino
30.She Stole Me
She stole me, my identity
What I live for, What I breath for,
What I'd fight for, what I'd die for. read more »Donna Hendra