1Knee Jerk Reaction by wordsaresodifficult I just don't see how throwing missiles is going to solve anything
T, English, words: 212, favs: 1, 4/10
1 Uterus, You Hurt Us by pastryninja This entirely preventable affliction kills 830 women a day.
T, English, Horror, words: 53, favs: 1, 3/28
1 Shapes by KylieAyn Kind of fairy tale, kind of feminist. 2016
T, English, Spiritual & Suspense, words: 71, 3/26
2I Am Sorry by I'm Crazy And I Like It "I am sorry for not conforming to your stereotypes and your negative views"
K+, English, Poetry, words: 920, favs: 2, follows: 1, 3/9
ocean in Her shoes by SkinnyLove203 Patriarchy female oppression feminism
K, English, Poetry & Hurt/Comfort, words: 91, 2/28
Headline: President Of The US Says Crazy Things On TV by Laughing.Thalia I was watching a TV show where a man breaks the 4th wall. And I just thought how funny it would be if one day he was caught talking to us. I thought the headline in the show would be funny: President of the US says crazy things on TV!
K+, English, words: 245, favs: 2, 2/26
Hijackers (Do Your Research) by Laughing.Thalia This is hardly political BTW. Lots of good causes get hijacked, over-run even, by people who don't always understand what it is they're fighting for so before you get behind something so strongly and send out your message to others, maybe do your research first. In a way this is a companion piece to "Ask Me About My Feminist Agenda".
K+, English, words: 207, favs: 1, 2/9
3 Not my President by CMfan5000 Political Venting. If you weren't happy with the United States election results. You will enjoy this. Otherwise, probably best to skip.
K, English, Poetry, words: 68, favs: 3, 2/6
2 They Need to Leave by emma.starling Short poem about President Trump's travel ban. Sorry if I offended anyone, I am just trying to express my opinion.
K, English, Hurt/Comfort & Family, words: 214, favs: 1, 2/2
3 Revolution by Ruby Casablanca Tell me Mr. President, how long can you ignore the voices of the future knocking on the White House door?
K+, English, words: 163, favs: 4, 1/22
3 My Opinion Of Donald Trump by Space Ace I'm using this sedoka poem to voice what happens to be my opinion of President Donald Trump.
T, English, Poetry, words: 35, favs: 1, 1/21
1 Her Nightmare About The Trump Presidency by Space Ace This 3-5-3 piece is about a woman who wakes up from a sudden nightmare she had about the fate of President Donald Trump.
T, English, Horror & Tragedy, words: 11, 1/21
Hope by FeministNation Looking around sometimes all we can see is the pain. Maybe it's time we lift each other up, instead of drag one another down.
T, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 685, 12/19/2016
1 Од Эрзянь Одкстомтома Самс! by PoetOfSaiMiHunManKal Те омбоце эрзянь валморо конанть мон маринь. Те Англань кель секциясо секскак арась секция Эрзянь кель кисэ. This is the second Erzya poem I wrote. I put this in the English section because there's no section for Erzya.
K+, English, words: 186, 11/21/2016
Судьба Ваших Народов в Ваших Руках by PoetOfSaiMiHunManKal Это моё второе стихотворение на русском языке. Это стихотворение о моих любимых народов, которые имеют языки находятся под угрозой исчезновения.
K+, Russian, words: 109, 11/20/2016
Give Me Security Or Give Me Death by Rosie McDonald Satire on the want of security.
K+, English, Hurt/Comfort, words: 68, favs: 2, follows: 1, 11/20/2016
Debate by Silena River Just some thoughts. T for mild language.
T, English, words: 61, favs: 1, 11/20/2016
2 Bushes and Streams by Timescribe Some comfort and thoughts for anyone who might not be happy with the US or Australian 2016 elections results.
K+, English, Hurt/Comfort & Spiritual, words: 284, favs: 1, 11/18/2016
2He Should Die by Resurgent Shad There are two sides to a story... Is inaction to be seen as a choice or is it a choice to be respected ?
T, English, Western, words: 103, 11/14/2016
2A House Divided by Quail Sandwiches Standing together despite everything is so important. I know the election is super controversial, but hate and fear aren't going to automatically break through all the corruption. Remember, there are so many things you have a say in, especially on smaller scales. Getting involved locally and within your state will make more of a difference than protesting the past.
K+, English, words: 109, 11/13/2016
Offensive Poem by Enigmatic Metamorphosis "Welcome to the era of the perpetually offended - a dire time indeed." Fail title, I know.
T, English, Humor, words: 266, favs: 1, follows: 1, 11/12/2016
2 2016 US Election outcome by emma.starling My thoughts on the US elections 2016. Sorry for anyone I offend with this.
K+, English, Angst & Hurt/Comfort, words: 581, 11/11/2016
2 When I Heard by Space Ace A man uses this free verse poem to let us know what happened after he found out who our new president is.
T, English, Angst, words: 13, favs: 1, 11/10/2016