I feel these would work better as spoken word poetry. There's a few typos in the third one but I'm guessing that's a retyping issue.
The language is creative and poetic but at times the rhyme scheme seems a little forced across all three, creating an irregular cadence that makes it hard to find a solid rhythm and in honesty takes away from the words you're writing.
That's not to say that every poem needs a cadence to be good, but trying to create a cadence out of a rhyme scheme while paying little to no attention to the syllables of the lines makes it seem that you've used elaborate lexical choices to disguise the fact that there's no poetic meter.
The poems aren't bad by any stretch, they just feel like they were written for an excersise rather than publication.