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Acadia Poems

Acadia Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of acadia poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for acadia.

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The Blind Wizard of Acadia


Entered politics on the Braille Ticket
agitating for better municipal lighting
for the long suffering curbside hookers 
and their various pimp coerced implants
his telephone rang  only at meals
the lives of the connected are not easy
for reasons to be discussed only at...Read More
Categories: acadia, how i feel,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member ICING ON THE CAKE

The crisp coolness of Autumn inhabits my birthday.
Candy corn and pumpkins have sprung up.
The cell phone rings off the hook —
well at least while I was working.

Suitcases have been swept clean
as indelible leaves of Maple red 
find their resting spots...Read More
Categories: acadia, birthday,
Form: Free verse
Wavering Petals
She had me at hello...
she had me at hello...
Sarah sweet Sorceress
lovely Juliet
kind Belle
gentle Acadia
alluring Felicity
longing Adryanna
She had me at hello...
Like a flower
I wavered, my petals to the left
for my tongue lost control
and my mouth couldn't hold onto it
I wavered, my...Read More
Categories: acadia, beautiful, hello, lost love, missing you, muse,
Form: Free verse
Scarlett Jade
Forbidden, a remake of a 17th century love story
Forbidden, a contagion unstable or a light merry fable
Forbidden like cookies when we were developing, delicate little giants
Forbidden...ask the girl with the emerald eyes, with the forest eyes
tie a rope to the...Read More
Categories: acadia, crush,
Form: Free verse
Emily
Why did I bother
How could I falter
I thought I was ready
I thought I was able
but I lied to me
I lied to all of you
How could I really believe 
she would be everything to me
And how could she
up and leave me
after...Read More
Categories: acadia, anger, betrayal, break up, crush,
Form: Free verse



Acadia
'I love you'
Should it be said, or like an army, should it halt and await command
Her beauty calls like an alluring, singing siren
the words threaten to grow a body 
and separate from skin, part from voice
Never has a phrase contained...Read More
Categories: acadia, crush,
Form: Free verse
Come Visit Maine
C’mon up the porch ‘n sit a spell.
Pull up a chayah ‘n give your dogs a rest.
Wanna beeyah (some call it beer)? Mountain Dew?
Lemme tell ya why I find Maine is the best.

Showah, we drop our r’s and add some...Read More
Categories: acadia, funny, people, places
Form: Rhyme