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Famous Shiningly Poems by Famous Poets

These are examples of famous Shiningly poems written by some of the greatest and most-well-known modern and classical poets. PoetrySoup is a great educational poetry resource of famous shiningly poems. These examples illustrate what a famous shiningly poem looks like and its form, scheme, or style (where appropriate).

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by Hughes, Ted
...his whole body lights up

And he has fashioned her new hips
With all fittings complete and with newly wound coils, all shiningly oiled
He is polishing every part, he himself can hardly believe it

They keep taking each other to the sun, they find they can easily
To test each new thing at each new step

And now she smoothes over him the plates of his skull
So that the joints are invisible

And now he connects her throat, her breasts and the pit of her stomach
With a single wi...Read More

by Wakoski, Diane
The man,
making the photograph in the acid pan of his brain.
Sleep stain them both,
as if cloudy semen
rubbed shiningly over the surface
will be used to develop their images.

 on the desert
 the porpoises curl up,
 their skeleton teeth are bared by
 parched lips;
 her sleeping feet
 trod on scarabs,
 holding the names of the dead
 tight in the steady breathing.

 This man and woman have married
 and travel reciting
 names of missing objects.

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