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Adapted Poems - Poems about Adapted

Adapted Poems - Examples of all types of poems about adapted to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for adapted.
Premium Member Song of love
...In the dream of a night, Lone under the hilly starry night, The fog stayed soul-deep as visions of truth, and the tall redwood trees stood as spirits of truth, The bouncing ocean waves signified lo......Read More
Categories: adapted, love, song,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Screen of Awareness
...As we travel along the road of life, like scenes, perceptions and beliefs will change Opinions manifest in distinct ways often a cause for thought to rearrange We are subjected to the......Read More
Categories: adapted, angel, appreciation, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Piquant dilemma
...we feel limited yet rebel not having adapted to captivity and so in our prison we conjure scripts hypnotising ourselves into believing they’re real and then live out our life in a bubble of......Read More
Categories: adapted, introspection, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mae West's Room
...Mae West's Room Every hierarchy exists dependent upon those below to support it. Can it be any different with the gods, when some are greater and some are less? We all are gods and is......Read More
Categories: adapted, celebrity, sensual, sexy, surreal,
Form: Verse
... Dry leaves play On dry branches of trees. And they sway, sway, sway And they fall on the cold sidewalk, Frozen by the south winds! will the heat of the lovers of a hidden summer le......Read More
Categories: adapted, allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Free verse

What Happened To The Giants, Part II
......Yes, I’m talking of *****sapiens, the last human species that still remains, when they burst out of their African home nothing ever would again be the same. You saw it plain with the neander......Read More
Categories: adapted, conflict, history, myth, people,
Form: Epic
Premium Member A MOMENT IN TIME
... A fleeting moment in time, Is all I need for this rhyme, Perhaps 10 minutes, no more Sit in your armchair, close your eyes, And to your utmost surprise, Your life flashes past like an express ......Read More
Categories: adapted, age,
Form: Free verse
John Montagu
...There’s a Nobel Prize for Peace There’s probably one for war I’d like to plead the case For adding just one more They say he was just a hungry toff Feeling the need of a quick snack Between so......Read More
Categories: adapted, food, history,
Form: Rhyme
...When I said that a day was coming, When I would cry no more tears, Or even verbalize exactly how I was feeling; I was sure it would come to pass, Just like today, and would soon be past. I expec......Read More
Categories: adapted, anxiety, pain, sad,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Reliability Is Hard to Come By
...Reliability is hard to come by, I hear a sigh Product insurance is offered when you buy Manufacturers do build obsolescence in Sellers know you’ll be coming back again. Product insu......Read More
Categories: adapted, business, perspective, satire,
Form: Pantoum
...They were watching always watching Although he didn’t even know As he lived his life from day to day He was the star of his own show. They watched his every move, How he lived with his mate, Ho......Read More
Categories: adapted, fantasy, future, science fiction,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Warrior
... “Warrior” When the Argonauts, came across the abandoned Starship, they found within the wrecked command console, a DNA code with encrypted message. It took sev......Read More
Categories: adapted, humanity, muse, mystery,
Form: Narrative
Performing the Warrior
...I remember being forced into the darkness, my eyes adjusting. Without light the world exists in a blurry mess of gray and black figures blending together into a flurry of nothing recognizable. I'm st......Read More
Categories: adapted, age, anger, child, childhood,
Form: Free verse
...loneliness doesn't torment, it matures. so you must make the sun your lover.* nothing in sight. my heart whispers, "thank you." how can it say this? why does it cut? can anything afflict when ev......Read More
Categories: adapted, absence, appreciation, best friend,
Form: Free verse
...Sthandwa sthandwa I’ve loved from afar Sthandwa sthandwa Dissatisfaction slowly grows I say I love you You say you adore me We say a lot of things Day and night Sweet nothings are exchanged ......Read More
Categories: adapted, sad love,
Form: Free verse

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