Violence Poems

Popular Violence Poems
Faith
by Jagrut Gupta

Today I cried a painful tear
for the world that’s falling apart.
The violence and the terrible ways,
I wish people would have heart.
The people of the world today,
It’s obvious they just don’t care.
The worlds too busy thinking of themselves,
They’re really not aware!
The images that I see,
Scrolling across my TV,

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Bruised
by Nancy Altraide

I was awaken by the scream
It sounded like pain
What is going on?
I asked myself
The scream became unbearable
So I began to locate the sound
It was coming from my neighbors house
He was having an argument with his wife
He had lost his temper and hit her
And left her bruised and shattered

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Americans All
by Robert Ippaso

A country divided
Depressing but true
Leadership wanting
By both Red and Blue.

Faction's aplenty
Each shouting loud
The noise overwhelming
Fomenting the crowd.


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Daddy Monster
by Louis Zo

Daddy, daddy, what is it you do,
Your green bleak skin, blotched and chewed?

I serve our kin, our Kings, to name a few,
who, with Their big, black arms, have ruled and rule the rules.
I kiss Their boots, lick Their hooves and pledge to do
anything a fanatic, a fool, a tool would do;
Ah-woo, Ah-woo.

Daddy, daddy, what is it you do,

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Purple Blooms
by Caroline Williams

Black beating wings,
In an empty house
Filled with empty souls.

Screams rebound,
A fist in the wall,
Blood on the pavement.

A love,
Fed with sickening

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Recent Violence Poems
Bruised
by Nancy Altraide

I was awaken by the scream
It sounded like pain
What is going on?
I asked myself
The scream became unbearable
So I began to locate the sound
It was coming from my neighbors house
He was having an argument with his wife
He had lost his temper and hit her
And left her bruised and shattered

......

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Daddy Monster
by Louis Zo

Daddy, daddy, what is it you do,
Your green bleak skin, blotched and chewed?

I serve our kin, our Kings, to name a few,
who, with Their big, black arms, have ruled and rule the rules.
I kiss Their boots, lick Their hooves and pledge to do
anything a fanatic, a fool, a tool would do;
Ah-woo, Ah-woo.

Daddy, daddy, what is it you do,

......

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Faith
by Jagrut Gupta

Today I cried a painful tear
for the world that’s falling apart.
The violence and the terrible ways,
I wish people would have heart.
The people of the world today,
It’s obvious they just don’t care.
The worlds too busy thinking of themselves,
They’re really not aware!
The images that I see,
Scrolling across my TV,

......

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Americans All
by Robert Ippaso

A country divided
Depressing but true
Leadership wanting
By both Red and Blue.

Faction's aplenty
Each shouting loud
The noise overwhelming
Fomenting the crowd.


......

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The Demon of August
by Pritha Saha

That face;
That face which came out of nowhere,
That face which expressed mirth at violation of another,
That face which got enlivened at the cost of another’s life,
That face which did not take life but numbed and squeezed it,
That is the face I see everywhere.
Because the rains lashing against my glasses collude with the small remnants of the past
And bring back the face that I had first seen in august,
Today a month before another august.
Yet I tell myself, let the face be

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Popular Famous Poets about Violence
  • Sri Chinmoy Ghose
    Sri Chinmoy Ghose (1 poems about Violence)
    27 August 1931 – 11 October 2007 / Shakpura, Chittagong / Bangladesh (British Era)
  • Alfred Wellington Purdy
    Alfred Wellington Purdy (1 poem about Violence)
    Al Purdy] ((1918-2000) / Canada
Popular Poets about Violence From Members
  • Caroline Williams
    Caroline Williams (1 poem about Violence)
    November 14 - Australia
  • David Njeru
    David Njeru (1 poem about Violence)
    March, 10 1989,Embu-Kenya
  • Pritha Saha
    Pritha Saha (1 poems about Violence)
    September 21, 1989 - Calcutta
  • Louis Zo
    Louis Zo (1 poems about Violence)
    April 20, 2001 - Mandalay
  • Nancy Altraide
    Nancy Altraide (1 poems about Violence)
    April 29, 1997 - Nigeria