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Accustomed Poems - Poems about Accustomed

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ONE Multi Human Race
...f you allow the history to overshadow the change, you'll focus on the past more than the present day, becoming more accustomed to a gone reality, where racism was open and of the majority, back then the world was thoughtless, not l......Read More
Categories: accustomed, future, humanity, racism,
Form: Rhyme



POET SANS ADRESS
... poet accustomed sans address and no reason lives under moonlight ......Read More
Categories: accustomed, allegory, allusion, art, creation,
Form: Haiku
Sylvia Plattitudes
...'t let other people define you, You know yourself, no one else does. Lying flat on my stomach, I felt my feelings. Accustomed to the white noise of the dusty AC. Zealot to my own daydreaming, I lie to me. Awake, but only that. I wai......Read More
Categories: accustomed, death, dream, memorial, sleep,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Love Birds
...try, As I speak of the tree tops she never knew, And Blue every day was accustomed to see. And now the object of Blue's gallantry, Their beaks......Read More
Categories: accustomed, bird, blue, kiss, tree,
Form: Pantoum
Boxing
...From start to finish, a ringside business Flattering the average assault condoning witness, incidentally, a battery -accustomed spectator, As knowledgeable about furor as the commentator, Buccaneering hand in half-pitying gloves That......Read More
Categories: accustomed, career, conflict, courage, death,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member The Ghost Aside my Bed
... And through the night it wallows in acute agony As it lashes out a mournful cry. But I eventually grow somewhat accustomed And it becomes a type of doomsday lullaby. The days and weeks are now three long years And it co......Read More
Categories: accustomed, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Cholla's Legacy
...space between the cobalt blue and the torrid beige below. Sol provides her the warmth and tenderness she has grown accustomed to. An unspoken love affair of prickly passion and dry midsummer fever. They embrace at mornings earlie......Read More
Categories: accustomed, america, appreciation, august, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Then and now
...I always stick with Pure manna to all ancient souls at large But then again what do I know I'm nowt but a termite accustomed to burrowing the termite hills in Setatshe at leisure ......Read More
Categories: accustomed, africa, betrayal, culture, endurance,
Form: I do not know?
The Zeigarnik effect
...nowledge its presence. It lurks in the background of your life. Calls you names, bends you in positions you're not accustomed to. The incomplete To-do list, making faces at you, holding you and not letting you go. The back pain, the......Read More
Categories: accustomed, addiction, anxiety, conflict, dark,
Form: Free verse
LIFE LIARS
... There are people who are accustomed to lie so vitally as the air they breathe ... They can't stand truth ... That for the......Read More
Categories: accustomed, allusion, analogy, extended metaphor,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Easy and breezy
... Conjuring formulae to attain God Reflected consciousness narrow thought prods Accustomed to trials and tribulations Unable to rest in meditation What is immediate and intimate Known not to ego......Read More
Categories: accustomed, spiritual,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Reminiscing
... I reminisce. I miss Those I have lost through death or estrangement, Though I am accustomed to the arrangement, Visiting places I can visit no more, And many I have not seen before, Going to movies,......Read More
Categories: accustomed, appreciation, childhood, death, father,
Form: List
Ignoramus life limbo
...f What satisfaction does it offer? Does it embrace the bitter truth? From the leaders to the street children All accustomed to not living without this and that Is it scary? It's sickening to think of Its nauseating to look at But......Read More
Categories: accustomed, africa, anger, betrayal, conflict,
Form: Burlesque
Guilt
...s, Either pair easily picking suspicious praises; A head never failing to fly low, One’s heart shedding much of its accustomed glory. It’s a dreadfully itching right eyelid That won’t make light of what one did: With storming consi......Read More
Categories: accustomed, character, emotions, grief, heart,
Form: Rhyme
The Barbarous Moment
...ffering, most would shed tears but the affluent would not blink the lids. Her death reminded us class inequality we 're accustomed to is rape of humanity. Do not argue with the rich unless you want to steal their money, her mother had once ......Read More
Categories: accustomed, depression, emotions,
Form: Free verse

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