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Adverb Poems

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New Poems

s'word wielding bluntly

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Categories: adverb, games, poetry, writing,
Form: Senryu

Premium Member Annoying
It would be a change to read a novel
In which the author
Was not oddly reluctant 
To make use of the adverb....Read More
Categories: adverb, allusion, books, literature,
Form: Englyn
Premium Member Faeries Found Freelance Forest
faeries found freelance forest	
matched up verbs and adjectives
married them fine and dandy
the nouns were so mad	
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Categories: adverb, word play,
Form: Dodoitsu
Need for theater
which is concerned
might convey
 the necessity 
and in it's 
urgency of it's need
to coney these
as concerns to
vocalize the
 need of proper
means of having
 words to form
nd be spoken
 in the sweet
rhythm of speaking.
Verb and vowel,
adverb and adjective
that each conjunction
...Read More
Categories: adverb, anti bullying, art, creation, culture, fish, hair,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Fear not the Clause

There is no cause to fear the clause
It has no teeth, has no sharp claws
Though analysis may give you pause
Dissect it, then you’ll be the one to dictate

It has a subject, and predicate
But a usual function subordinate
It...Read More
Categories: adverb, graduation, language,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Heart Love Speech
Heart’s Love Speech

My girl (archaic)
has my raincoat.

And I...
Well, I (adverb)...
have never been so -
Happy (pronoun)

to sit outside,
in the rain (verb).
Just me and (subordinating conjunction) Basho (pronoun) (archaic).

smiling (preposition)...
I’ve all but - “Yauoooosh!” (interjection) jumped in....Read More
Categories: adverb, hyperbole, language, love, onomatopoeia, poetess, romantic love,
Form: Free verse
We are learning lessons.
But why?
We don't know!

We are visiting holy places.
But why?
We don't know!

We are  reading holybooks.
But why?
We don't know!

We are writing poetry.
But why?
We don't know!

We are making atomic weapons.
But why?
We don't know!

We are falling in love.
But why?
We don't...Read More
Categories: adverb, confusion, deep, humanity, inspirational, philosophy, psychological, world,
Form: Free verse
Parts of Speech
In English there are different types of words.
Like articles, prepositions, nouns, adjectives and verbs
They have special functions and they teach
Us to distinguish the various parts of speech.

NOUNS of course are words for "things"
Some we can touch or feel or put...Read More
Categories: adverb, word play,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Word
In the beginning was the word
Before that, no noun, no thing
Then no sound was ever heard
And no passing bell would ring

So therefore no adjective was needed to describe it or deplore it
No preposition required to be positioned right before it

No...Read More
Categories: adverb, humor, language, philosophy, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rare Cooking This Fine Morn
Rare Cooking This Fine Morn

To have deep-thoughts, dreams a poet slowly eats
Or spiced casseroles of ink-piggy feats?
Meals written on yellow paper to enjoy.
Chinese fried rice with steamed adjective soy!

Experience new dishes, of rare flavor
Spread like butterfly wings upon glazed ham.
Pour...Read More
Categories: adverb, appreciation, art, creation, food, imagination, word play,
Form: Rhyme

A Poets Dilemma
I must confess, my poem appears a mess!
Wonder if I’ve lost my touch?
Though it seemed all right, when I began to write,
Did I edit a smidgen too much?
Having honed my rhymes, so many times,
Results are looking somewhat tragic!
Should I take...Read More
Categories: adverb, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
Prayer of Blessings
God is pushing me one way but I continue to fight his hand in reluctance-ly 
I come before him to repent of my sins, your servant accepting responsibility to remain humble- ly

I fall to your every word because I...Read More
Categories: adverb, blessing, future, god, poetry, prayer, sin, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
What If my Beauty
What If My Beauty

How do I enter my poem into Beauty Contest?
I thought that all beauties had to be bathing.

What if my beauty was to run abundant?
Me and my poems people thought were repugnant
And always on other Soupers I had...Read More
Categories: adverb, humorous,
Form: Couplet
figures of my love

No one recognises when love begins
But we know when it ends
A flower cannot blossom without a sunshine
And men cannot live without love 
So in the nouns of my heart I love you
Through the verb of my love...Read More
Categories: adverb, africa, age, art,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Solitude
Seeking silence and fantasy
Only then am I set free
Love to float and find dreams
In sweet rhapsody
To drift deeply

October 10, 2015


Note: Eft - adverb meaning again

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Categories: adverb, dream, fantasy, silence,
Form: Acrostic
amuck - adverb.flailing in all directions, about, around - His ideas ran amuck.

brang – verb, past tense.bring – You ring, you rang, I bring, I brang.

chipps - noun, asset for selling, a favor owing, and old friend. He relinquished...Read More
Categories: adverb, hilarious, humor, humorous, word play, words, writing,
Form: ABC
Young and Youthful
If you are always young and youthful
Are you really being honest and truthful?
Or was the way you wish you had been
Looking so pretty, nice and then.

There must be some kind of a catch
But I was mortified after finding the match
You...Read More
Categories: adverb, analogy, encouraging, humorous,
Form: Concrete
Is this ticket redeemable
"is this ticket redeemable"

Once I thought that
poems had faces
whose silent plans
offer checkered meditations,
who weave endings 
to hope´s beginnings, 
whose raw robust smiles
explode in dizzy contemplations,
who unravel strings of time
into quantum fits of rhyme.

Then I saw that
Songs are 
A singing
Where I...Read More
Categories: adverb, lost love,
Form: Free verse
When I started, learning English Grammer,
My heart faltered and tongue tremor,
A amorous poem ,What I wrote,
No comments yet no vote they, quote ,
Standing ,sitting ,sleeping my heart disabuse,
Brain from the idle thoughts and misuse,
Of noun, pronoun, adverb, adjective,
So I...Read More
Categories: adverb, humor,
Form: Quatrain
              let today be the present tense.
              yesterday be the past tense.
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Categories: adverb, art, character, culture, life, miracle, success,
Form: ABC
Premium Member English Composition 101
In English classes my skull would be reelin' with a myriad of perplexities,
Strugglin' to cope with English Composition with its multitudinous complexities!
I could never comprehend (and never will) the mysteries of verbs and pronouns,
Or danglin' participles, prepositions, conjunctions and irregular...Read More
Categories: adverb, on writing and words, me, future, me,
Form: Rhyme
The Underdog
Black kid with malice as my main 
Spending time wondering: 
How in the hell did this get into me?
With tendency to be rude
Extending my attitude
Pretending I'm mending
after plenty hours of mixing booze.
The bruise, is just a product of my 
Welcome...Read More
Categories: adverb, lyric
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member She loved her adverb more than me
My wife has left me for an adverb.
I don't know which one it is!
Is it slowly,quickly, nearly?
Life should not be like a quiz.

She told me that she "nearly" loved me,
When "dearly" was what I had hoped.
Life is full of lost...Read More
Categories: adverb, funny, husband, lost love, love, people, wife,
Form: Rhyme
FREE CEE a lot of u WANNABE POETS thinks it is only 5 7 5 however
a true haiku should only be about nature i. freaking e.


if you people weren't so adverse to reading me i could teach you all a lot of interesting...Read More
Categories: adverb, nature, me,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Words
“I open the door and cross the threshold of imagination”
		A Rambling Poet


I open the door and cross the threshold of imagination.  
Words rise in startled wonder in every derivation.
They settle...Read More
Categories: adverb, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme