Anecdotal Poems | Examples of Anecdotal Poetry

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Details | Didactic | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anecdotal, hope,
Premium MemberANECDOTAL ADVICE
by Brian Strand
hence,thence
with due diligence
birthing
scouring clean:
discard 
      the imperfect
experiment
   and reflect-
and traverse this bridge...

the immaculate beckons...

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Categories: anecdotal, bullying, culture, destiny, gospel,
Premium MemberGood News With Bad News
by Gerald Dillenbeck
The Gospels share a negative understory,
thematic across all four.

However diverse these four voices may be
in describing and delineating Messianic love,
and political-economic priorities for poor spirits,
all...

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Categories: anecdotal, feelings, happiness,
THE UNTIMELY FEELING
by Aparnaa K K
I gaped my silence to take a look
And I caught the world reading me like a book
I tested my reality in a mere luck”
Allowing my...

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Categories: anecdotal, allegory, analogy,
Your Poem Total
by James Horn
Your Poem Total

You are coming right along with your poem total
Yet your poem only had evidence that was anecdotal,
And after along for a while it...

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Categories: anecdotal, beautiful, blessing, inspiration, miracle,
as we travel forward once again
by Marty King
as we travel forward once again
i am noticing a smiling pattern 
the rivers and the lakes still sparkle in the sun's reflection
our similarities only elevate...

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Categories: anecdotal, history, poetry,
HEADNOTE
by Suzette Richards
For those people too stubborn or too set in their ways to listen to another point of view: HEADNOTES  are NOT titles and they...

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Categories: anecdotal, loss, pets, dog, home,
A Man's best friend is his dog
by Monty Newman
 “A Man’s best friend is his dog” 

The phrase receives little refute 
Anecdotal history alone settles any dispute
but he’s just a dog all he...

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Details | I do not know? | Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anecdotal, sadold, old,
OLD MANOR
by SAURABH GUPTA
            OLD MANOR 
THE NEW ONE 
LOOKS LIKE OLD MANOR.

IT IS ANECDOTAL OF THE...

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Categories: anecdotal, death, dedication, historyfor him,
Elegy for Michael Jackson (2)
by L'nass Shango
Refrain:
You shimmering waves on the ocean blue
Dance not again, he cannot dance with you
You weeping forests where the winds wail too
Let your bright tears fall...

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Categories: anecdotal, education
Reverie of a Gangster
by L'nass Shango
We had anecdotal tales to tattle of bruising battles
And through them tell of injuries we felt
Litanies lamenting limited lives sunken in debacles
Discarded in the putrid...

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Categories: anecdotal, introspection, life, people, philosophy,
The Messenger
by Charles Fuller
The bard’s tale begins here, without remedy,
This telling of here is, there is, and tomorrow is,
Predestined works of meticulous perception,  
A prophetic hunter searching...

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Categories: anecdotal, funny, imagination, on writing
Don't Read This
by Tammy Armstrong
You’re not allowed to read this poem!
Unless your name is Jeroboam.
So stop right now before you start,
A mindless poem with no heart.
No need to let...

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