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Adjective Poems - Poems about Adjective

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Premium Member Me the Wild Elephant
...Me The Wild Elephant Being the wild Elephant I could be too elegant like JUMBO, huge, big, massive, gla......Read More
Categories: adjective, animal, appreciation,
Form: Personification

Writers Block
...Oh well another bout Here we go again Just blankly staring at a wall As I tap on a pad with my pen Pace around for awhile To try and catch a phrase And try to find a moment To fill up ......Read More
Categories: adjective, fun, humor, humorous, poems,
Form: Rhyme
...“We are the forgotten, the grime and scum of the earth. We are the poor souls who live like animals so you can live like kings and queens. We are the shadows no one cares about, the dark crevice we......Read More
Categories: adjective, america, anger, encouraging, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Beautiful People, Ugly People
...and so many insidious places to hide ! Insidious: an adjective that means causing harm in a way that is gradual, stealthy, or not easily noticed......Read More
Categories: adjective, analogy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What of This Niggardly Miserable Earth
...What Of This Niggardly Miserable Earth What of this niggardly miserable earth this small plot awaiting a white tombstone when she cares and asks what is it all worth once enslaved a soul fades ......Read More
Categories: adjective, art, conflict, creation, deep,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member Yes, We Survivors Do Live On But How
...Enow enow. / (?'na?) / adjective, adverb. an archaic word for enough Yes, We Survivors Do Live On But How Many should die, millions or just enow Yes, war and the fallen lives of war dead ......Read More
Categories: adjective, death, deep, evil, history,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Divine Souls
...According to Dictionary. Com, as an adjective, the word divine refers to God or a deity. As a noun, divine (often capital) is another term for God. By such a definition, there is absolutely nothing......Read More
Categories: adjective, christian, god,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Atemporal Wall
...The Atemporal Wall Hidden away from the light of day In cubbyholes and basement flats; Are they who play computer games, And stuff their faces with chocolates. Here is where they snic......Read More
Categories: adjective, computer, games, internet, technology,
Form: Verse
...Enciphered heart, yet unread – Hope, a promise yet unsaid – Us, a race that’s yet to run – Her, a puzzle yet undone – She’s a thought I can’t pin down, Not adjective, verb or noun. Her enigma......Read More
Categories: adjective, confusion, extended metaphor, love,
Form: Jueju
Premium Member My White Rabbit Herald
...Hardly anyone else has their own white rabbit herald. I do. His name is Poindexter P. Horacio Merry Merald. He announces things to me in my ear all the time. You don’t need to write that; it’s now......Read More
Categories: adjective, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Rhyme
A Contemplation For Good Friday
...The word of the day is: ' Excruciating' an adjective associated with intense pain, however its root meaning derives from the Latin 'excruciatus' meaning – ‘From the cross.’ Congratulations! for......Read More
Categories: adjective, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...most substantive time the verb becomes adjective... in abstract instant......Read More
Categories: adjective, allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member You Your Story Is Glory
...YOU YOUR STORY IS GLORY You your story is glory You your story, your glory You’re beautiful and wonderful made God spoke out words on your behalf Treated you, praised raised you B......Read More
Categories: adjective, analogy, appreciation, god,
Form: Lyric
National Thesaurus Day
...To honor Peter Mark Roget, Whose birthday would have been today, This date, each year, is set aside, For his Thesaurus helps to guide, Or lead, all those who opt, or choose, To write, or pen, ou......Read More
Categories: adjective, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Clementine
... "The Clementine" for the plucking, the Clementine leaves were fresher back then the light glistened stronger each segment a morsel a revision slow and deliberate tran......Read More
Categories: adjective, metaphor, mystery, symbolism,
Form: Narrative

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