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Adopt Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of adopt 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 adopt.

New Poems

Let homo sapiens envision eco friendly infrastructure
Radical planet friendly measures
equals earning kudos as unsung hero
(think environmental/carbon footprint)
nearly absolute zero
while global population quarantine
suspension of civil rights
would never fly with trumpeting pharaoh.

Since United States economically crippled
(as well rest of world wide web)
courtesy coronavirus fallout rippled
analogous, whereby Mother Earth
(Gaia's)...Read More
Categories: adopt, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, dark,
Form: Political Verse

Premium Member ISAIAH ONE SEVENTEEN-Encourage the Oppressed
Learn to do right;
Seek peace and don’t fight;
In every avenue that you choose;
Adopt peace, choose life;
Go with love be in the light;
Seek justice
You are so blessed
Please encourage the oppressed
Pray for them,
Aid to set them free
Isaiah One seventeen says
Learn to love
Love...Read More
Categories: adopt, analogy, blessing, caregiving,
Form: Lyric
What can I do

Sometimes I feel I don’t belong to this society;
Since long people guided to be happy must belong
to a society; it’s true desire to be a part of something
bigger is our innate need, they say we’re social animals.

Like others, I couldn’t...Read More
Categories: adopt, work,
Form: Verse
How to climb stairs

How that old man after TKR(**) climbs the stairs
asked the lady; simple took  lot of cares,
not because he had talent, you can do
also but need some more efforts , it's true.

You can make it happen soon provided
you adopt some...Read More
Categories: adopt, pain,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Why Are We Such Willing Slaves To The Clock
Why Are We Such Willing Slaves To The Clock

Back when slow pace was considered prudent
humans lived off nature and fertile land
If history is read a good student,
will find that modern life is not that grand

Yet we now are ruled by...Read More
Categories: adopt, appreciation, art,
Form: Sonnet

The Key

Forty years ago during my university days
after reaching hostel, I used to drop a postcard to
inform parents having reached destination, only way
for a student to communicate, accepted mode too.

Those days surely parents were anxious to wait for five days
to get...Read More
Categories: adopt, anxiety, faith,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Dragon Misunderstanding
Dragon, on a little trip 
to visit friends,  let it slip that,
we’d gotten him a pup and 
he had named it, Mr. Mup.
Now the neighborhood dragon-kind, 
In front of our house, formed a line.
They wanted pups of their own;...Read More
Categories: adopt, fun, myth, mythology, poems, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Lone Wolf - 'The Dreamer, Part 3'
Part 3 to – ‘The Dreamer video’

Cresting the waves of dismal greys
through a uncertainty that never ends
his howl of sorrow transcends a morrow
seeming lost in this quagmire of despair
that we all share, and still……
I Hope

Mesmerising tales of yore 
please not...Read More
Categories: adopt, emotions, hope, trust,
Form: Narrative
An art

Some people don't have habit to listen
when one talks, it seems words go in one way;
speaker regrettably fails to convey;
May be one can find, why they don't listen.

One can speculate for days on reasons;
Is it no concern in topic at...Read More
Categories: adopt, art,
Form: Verse
Western Culture
A nation's culture resides in the hearts and in the soul of its people.
Every aspect of Western culture needs a new code of ethics - a rational ethics - as a precondition of rebirth.
We are living through one of the...Read More
Categories: adopt, culture, dream, evil, fantasy, lost love, lust,
Form: Free verse

I am just getting started to venture… 

… feasting sumptuously, satiating my cravings midst well-being’s fullness

... feeding the malnourished kids toward physical and mental fruitfulness

… featuring myself along my twelve-month color scheme of saintly fashion

… flying over Mt. Everest, then...Read More
Categories: adopt, blessing, character, christian, faith, god, jesus, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Gracious Doorman
Wear a tie, tip your hat,
shine your shoe, don a spat.
That's the proper way to do;
adopt a cultured world view.

Arbitrium Divisa 4
Gregory R Barden aka "The Bard"
From: Honor The Gracious Doorman...Read More
Categories: adopt, character, class, culture, dedication, engagement, pride, tribute,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member I am One of Those
I am one of those. At one time I had eighteen dogs.
None from the same litter. I neuter and spay my animals.
Here is the thing. I am an elementary school counselor
And I cannot bring children home,
Even though I want to...Read More
Categories: adopt, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, cat,
Form: Narrative
The Immovable Love of God -Malachi 1: 1-5
God's chosen people were unfaithful
to the God they once loved but now left
how was God going to respond to this?
being rejected His right to use His fist

But God doesn't act like a man would do
He chose to love these people...Read More
Categories: adopt, god, love, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
England Never Needs An Official Anthem
From a moon sized empire to an island
mentality never fear or frightened
punch above our weight not silenced
England will have always survived

The Empire was dominant
stretching every continent
gone now but for one constant
the British always confident

England doesn't need an official anthem in...Read More
Categories: adopt, england, freedom, identity, integrity, meaningful, pride, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
Flea on my dug.
Digging the flip out.
It was ought the sweat.
Caught around my face.

How can I regret it.
The taste felt on my ears.
My eyes wept to hear.
Can't oppose my senses.
Insanity is alive.

Count the days.
Months passed
Basics common in court.
Dart of doubt...Read More
Categories: adopt, 1st grade,
Form: ABC
Children of Their Own
There one was a rich woman back
in eighteen ninety-three,
she was a well-established wife
at the age of forty,
and she had born no children
since she lost one long ago,
her husband blamed himself for that,
but neither of them could know.

They had a big...Read More
Categories: adopt, betrayal, child, dark, england, husband, relationship, wife,
Form: Narrative
Emcee or poet
I'm told this isn't hiphop, just a bunch of well constructed words
And its not poetry either because it rhymes like a rap verse
At first, come to terms with the terms that your using
Then try to structure the point that your...Read More
Categories: adopt, identity,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Honor The Gracious Doorman
Elegant traditions slowly fade.
A life of service, a worthy trade.
Helping others is its own reward;
inherent virtue can't be ignored.

Wear a tie, tip your hat,
shine your shoe, don a spat.
That's the proper way to do;
adopt a cultured world view.

Bow to kings,...Read More
Categories: adopt, culture, friend, fun, life, pride, work, world,
Form: Couplet
My Hindi Song- The Tune Which You Are Listening

My Hindi Song in Hindi & in English

Title- The Tune Which You Are Listening

In Hindi-
ye jo dhun tum sun rahe, 
ye bun degee sapane, 
saare ke saare tumhaare.
In English-
The tune, which you are listening
Would weave,
All your dreams.  

In Hindi-
ye...Read More
Categories: adopt, inspirational, song,
Form: Free verse
As Far As I Can Go
My commitment to you was boundless
But that still was not far enough
My love for you was intense and exposed without adulteration
Perfection escapes me
      but where would we be with such an order
My love would be...Read More
Categories: adopt, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Phoenix

Resigned to know I feel my heart
a beating drum to reach a stage
toward getting older where I feel
the aches and pain, that sometimes rage

With other aliments to inure
and aid from someone to adjure
improve myself where I assuage
measure my mind just...Read More
Categories: adopt, age,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Orphaned Wishes

Within my mind I exist as a thought
wherein reality is never real.
Mastering skills imagination wrought
I search shifting shadows; and each reveal
unveils inner masks that secrets conceal.

My fantasies explore land and sea
spinning stories of what-ifs and maybes.
And dreams create an actuality
where...Read More
Categories: adopt, 10th grade, dream, fantasy, how i feel,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Meanest Selfish Dad I Never Met
Selfish L. was the meanest most selfish dad I have never met. I met his grandchild who explained his almost always loving father, Little A’s sorry story to me.  Little A, a loving man, rarely spoke of his sorrowful...Read More
Categories: adopt, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Narrative
The Shape-Shifting Cowboy, Part IV
..He just nodded, and motioned her to start,
she said,”First thing you have to tell me
is how do I know there's no aliens germs
that will give me some whacked-out disease?”

He said,”I have been here for eight whole years
and no sickness has...Read More
Categories: adopt, earth, freedom, journey, love, motivation, relationship, science
Form: Cowboy