Poems About: CULTURE
Poems on / about :
- carpe diem
The past link
Only historians can prove
With so much authenticity and knowledge to move read more »hasmukh amathalal
230.Alphabet And Our Freedom
We go like A for Africa
then B for the Black people
why not C for our beloved Culture
then D for our Dignity read more »Chris Che Mbuzi Kaunda
231.Money and humanity..
Thousands of years of life,
In the small huts beside the rivers,
The rain has no power,
The wind has no power, read more »veeraiyah subbulakshmi
Mother it is time.
Kali is your name, from Kala it came.
Kala means time, and now again it is time.
It is time to display your anger, read more »Hardik Vaidya
233.The Good Old Days
Immorality has become the order of the day
In shorts and trousers women stroll around
Seating at my veranda most workaday
Looking at men and women who cannot be distinguished read more »ali chukwuemeka
234.Travel Haiku - Bali
Ubud gallery tour
artists give birth to so many
one dimension balis read more »john tiong chunghoo
235.Once upon a time
How high's the culture of the world today
with wonderful technologies, full facilities
and splendid universities
as the garden of the superb dignities. read more »Koo Kooo
236.The Village Poet
i am a child of the word.
conceived by the union of paper and pen,
formed and created by the words that take shape,
in poetry and literature's cultured and timely escape. read more »Barak Al'Mondia
237.18.08.2009 Creative Diversity
The miracles and wonders done by God in no way
invalidates the mandate of other nation states to
follow their own revelation of deity, Israel has right
of place amongst everybody, attempts to wipe read more »Margaret Alice
238.A Fair Go For All People
A fair go for all people to such I can relate
Whatever be their culture their race, beliefs or faith
Down with rank and class distinction and here's to the fair go
In an egalatarian society peace and harmony would grow read more »Francis Duggan
239.off from our lands!
know not why we ran away from home lands,
know not how to fit in the new lands!
in the depths of our hearts still there must be a beat, read more »Siddartha Montik
I am the culture of every soul.
I was there at the birth of mans first dream.
Voices, plagues and language,
tears wet and dry read more »Javier Zamorano