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Aggravate Poems - Poems about Aggravate

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... ego's dominance ushers to his sudden fall ~ disobedience ......Read More
Categories: aggravate, creation,
Form: Haiku

Two Sparrows
...When creatures fight, it’s often quite An unexpected thing. In fact, the sight just might invite Observers to the ring. Today, by chance, I got a glance Of sparrows on the ground. Their angry......Read More
Categories: aggravate, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Have a Block Party if you want
...People, people, people, let’s talk about a “Block Party.” Alright, first of all, I’m old school. Our block parties back in the day in the projects in New Orleans consisted of people in the project c......Read More
Categories: aggravate, anger, celebration, feelings, fun,
Form: Narrative
Setting the Matter Straight
...There are times when you’re distracted And you even can forget To take care of business; maybe It’s not happened to you yet. But in time, it’s bound to happen And perhaps you’ll be dismayed F......Read More
Categories: aggravate, business,
Form: Rhyme
...PATIENCE AND IMPATIENCE. Patience is morality they say, That: does not function with a noblewoman whose man is far away. Won't she alleviate her fever with another man? Perhaps the one who is ......Read More
Categories: aggravate, 12th grade, allusion, art,
Form: Didactic

Premium Member Ultralights
...low flying ultralights endanger geese, threaten airliners, and aggravate people with incessant humming noise which can bring on migraine headaches, the wealthy man's least preferred ailment. ......Read More
Categories: aggravate, flying, sick,
Form: Nonet
...INFRA DIG The effect of time on sculpture is to patinate Albeit that such artistic skill may be innate The age of such treasures whether early or late May for most, be quite difficult to calcul......Read More
Categories: aggravate, history,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Weed Whacker
... A line trimmer doesn’t really eat; That’s a trick that would be quite neat. Instead, it tends to aerosolize, Throw grass in your nose and rocks in your eyes. Turns poison ivy to a fine......Read More
Categories: aggravate, silly, work,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Willie The Bee
... Hello. I am Willie the bee. ......Read More
Categories: aggravate, food,
Form: Personification
Just breath
...Just breath Don't think about being judged, mad, angry or sad The feeling of words and fear stuck in your throat About to choke Don't think about it The pit in your stomach Twisting and knottin......Read More
Categories: aggravate, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Too much to lose
... I may not see your light but I can see the sun. I may not feel your night but that moon cast shadows on everyone. The song that you sing is a tune to which I can’t dance. The theories you brin......Read More
Categories: aggravate, anxiety, culture, dark, death,
Form: Free verse
Pleasant spring like day February 17th, 2022 part two
...Decreased dissension grudgingly did abate unclouded protests trumpet Trump to abdicate irrefutable proof generates activist voices to accumulate linkedin over Green Party blessedly to admini......Read More
Categories: aggravate, abuse, angst, april, confusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Monoku Monday - Final Edition
..."Final Edition" Posted 12 Sep 2021 With deep gratitude to all of who visited and commented over these 12 months of Monoku Mondays, I am hereby retiring this series. Keep lau......Read More
Categories: aggravate, humor,
Form: Monoku
It Was A Good Morning Until
... It was a good morning until I woke up to a yelp in the kitchen from a weak bladdered pup he barked and he scratched at the door for a while then peed on the carpet and cried witho......Read More
Categories: aggravate, corruption, pets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Damon Meets His Angel
...Damon did not think he had any goodness left to give But Angela discovered a flash of compassion in his eyes He turned away, feeling undesirable and undeserving. An ethereal touch on his arm was a......Read More
Categories: aggravate, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Prose Poetry

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