crime violence poem

Inner City News Week is a crime violence poem, a reflection on how social deprivation is a direct contributory factor to violence and crime. Inner City News Week – Crime Violence Poem WednesdayThe police arrested the 15-year old youth hours...

workers rights poem - Mayday

Mayday is a workers rights poem, a reflection on how millions of worker still endure dismal working conditions and work for minimal pay. Mayday – Workers Rights Poem Every day, it's mayday in the sweatshop. I think I'll wear my...

inequality poem - Castoffs

Castoffs is an inequality poem, a reflection on inadequate wages and the financial imbalances that exist everywhere. Castoffs – Inequality Poem Christmas 2015, his Mom is wearing a brand-new posh frock, her gleaming smile masks the stench of castoffs, the...

PTSD poem - Mary

This is a PTSD poem and a tribute to Mary, a wonderful old lady I was privileged to meet many years ago. Mary was elegant, stunning, delicate, and fierce. Mary – PTSD Poem They say a bomb hit the hospital...

Spring Equinox Poems - Balance

Balance is one of many spring equinox poems, a reflection on the scarcity of true balance in the world, people, and societies. Balance – Spring Equinox Poems She knows the scales and weights and volumes of lead and feathers of...

Equality Poem - Robin Hood, Where Are You?

Robin Hood, Where Are You? is an equality poem highlighting the global inequality crisis affecting billions of people. The wealth gap continues to grow. Robin Hood, Where Are You? Dear Robin I know you’re dead a few hundred years, some...

Consumerism Poem - Dear Sales Manager

Dear Sales Manager is a consumerism poem, a reflection on how producers and salespeople get the masses to purchase large quantities of consumer goods. Dear Sales Manager Dear Mr Salesman This morning, I cracked your code while eating a bowl...