social commentary

There's a rich history of poetry serving as social commentary, intended to inspire calls to action.

  • Lauren Scott
    Published about a month ago
    On Being Seen

    On Being Seen

    On being seen
  • Haley Vandyke
    Published about a month ago
    Listen

    Listen

    To whom it may concern,
  • JL Palmer
    Published about a month ago
    When You Grow Up

    When You Grow Up

    “What do you want to be when you grow up?” They ask.
  • Shadaè Lezama
    Published about a month ago
    Me Too

    Me Too

    You hear our cries, you hear our screams, yet you manage to ignore our pleas.
  • Dakota Thomas
    Published about a month ago
    Grateful to Be Here

    Grateful to Be Here

    I dislike being shoved in the halls with thousands of other students
  • Elizabeth Mareesa
    Published about a month ago
    The Year 2090

    The Year 2090

    It finally happened!
  • Ogre
    Published about a month ago
    What a Shame

    What a Shame

    What a shame it is
  • Ogre
    Published about a month ago
    The Division Grounds

    The Division Grounds

    I look upon the division grounds
  • Elizabeth Vitols
    Published about a month ago
    The Long Walk to Freedom

    The Long Walk to Freedom

    How did I get here?... was a question often asked–
  • John Ridgway
    Published about a month ago
    Judaeo-Christian Corporate Lifestyling
  • John Ridgway
    Published about a month ago
    After All the Years of Freaking Out About Being Didactic
  • Jac Renouard
    Published about a month ago
    Mind Boggled

    Mind Boggled

    Racism boggles my mind