There's a rich history of poetry serving as social commentary, intended to inspire calls to action.
All throughout my life, I dreamed of Becoming someone incredible. Capable of many things that Defied explanation and
cower: harried cot the only cover from excrement steeped nail beds that shiver into hookworm claws and up, up, up ‘til
on trial for witchcraft
there is a town that weighs the mayor annually, publicly, to check if he spends their taxes on gluttony, they should
A President Doesn’t
A president doesn’t buy coffee from an all night gas station or get a milk card punched for that free 1/2 gallon or return the empties.
Cecily says to Miss Prism, I know perfectly well that I look quite plain after my German lesson. Love split into guttural Anglo-Saxon, lusty, and Latinate
When Knighthood Was in Flower
When Knighthood was in flower The knights were saintly men They put bubblegum on their lances And jousted with finger zen
Somewhere old tigers are free They lie in sunlit glades You can hear them growling sleepily You can tell their minds are made
A Poem About Pollution
One time there was a river here. It filled our hearts with joy and cheer, To know that we should never fear, The day when it might disappear,
A nursing conference virtually
Virtual nursing conference: To Zoom or not to Zoom.... That is the question to ponder, Murphey's Law will occur? Who knows.
Now I got a dog that needs to roam All around the yard and inside my home I didn`t argue the why and what for I just up and installed the doggie door
Food for Your Brainstems
Virus gone viral downward spiral skeptic's eyes roll critical fumble on the die roll paradiddle drumroll soldiers up the bumhole
Poems of Hope
Just Snap out of it If you have a cold, Have you thought about not sneezing? If you have a sore throat, Have you thought about not swallowing?