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Best Acclaim Poems

Below are the all-time best Acclaim poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of acclaim poems written by PoetrySoup members

Belated Acclaim
A homeless man, as he wandered,
on ideas varied 
he pondered, scribe on those 
discarded bits of paper, 
of the varied experience
life offered.
Of romance to delight...

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Categories: acclaim, angst, poets, poverty, tribute,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Passion in Black and White - Erotic Verse
POTD 7th Mar 2018

I trust you like the music video clip which enhances the poem

Like dark molten honey caressing her tongue
and soul food for taste...

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Categories: acclaim, romantic, sensual, sexy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member O' Middle Child
O' middle child, dear son of mine, you have always let the others shine
All through the years, you have stood behind
---I want to say, I've...

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Categories: acclaim, i love you, love,
Form: Free verse
One Autumn Night

On a desolate splendor of this autumn night
We listen to the serene call of the gleaming moonlight
Deciduous trees stand tall to acclaim its magnificence
Conducting the...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, love, nature, romance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member One Way Ships - Part 2
Continued from Part 1

Hungary hounds harangue the highlands,
howl at skies and desert islands…
Below, unfettered carbon crows conceal the parting path she chose

Lighthouse lamps and lanterns...

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Categories: acclaim, lost love,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member THIS, MY INK'S DESIRE

Alphabets gather as words unravel
the passing and returning of moans;
lines of phrases inflame the arteries 
of beauty, angst, love woven 
by imagination's pining.
Sound of words…...

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Categories: acclaim, art, identity,
Form: Free verse
The paint mover

He leaves his silent signature on every piece of art
Not seeking worldly profit or acclaim,
Yet touches of perfection often set his work apart
And witness to...

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Categories: acclaim, appreciation, art, beauty, color,
Form: Rhyme
Write Your Own
The talentless, envious, plagiarist’s dream
Was to find someone’s ‘Works’ on a shelf or a beam
In a Pub, in a folder, alone and ignored
As the author...

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Categories: acclaim, poetry, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Stardom
Those who live in the bright spotlight of fame

Soon grow weary of critical acclaim

As targets for media seeking to shame

Their stardom goes nova in a...

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Categories: acclaim, social
Form: Monorhyme
Soul of the Poet
Invite of the trendy crowd,
yearning for acclaim,
a common braggart read aloud,
to glean synthetic fame.

The fellow even took a bow
when some had stood and clapped
The rest...

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Categories: acclaim, farewell, poems, poetess,
Form: Quatrain

As Christmas beckons with season of cheer
I recall how we met, a hallway outside
Year Nineteen-Eighty in a film's premiere;
Offering your neck- scarf, we gently smiled.

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Categories: acclaim, christmas, nostalgia,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Jane Doe

Her legacy, a carnage littered place. 
A crassness hidden by a comely face. 
How many roles she played to such acclaim
The naive lovers crushed with...

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Categories: acclaim, allegory, betrayal, character, corruption,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Are we not tired yet?
When will we feel it is time?
Time to put our feet firmly on the ground
Call ‘enough’ boldly by its name
See -...

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Categories: acclaim, community, leadership, political,
Form: Lyric
A Tribute to Robin Williams
A good man's gone, loved by us all
on the screen both big and small.

The fire is cold, the lights are out.
His soul's moved on, without...

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© Jan Terry  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, celebrity, death, obituary, suicide,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Places Of Worship
Majestic cathedrals are erected for the worship of God,
Featuring towering spires and ostentatious facade.
Grand organs acclaim ancient hymns with clarion flourish.
Melodious choirs sing hosannas, languid...

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Categories: acclaim, faith, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Irony, My Dearest Love
Was strolling down on Lover's Lane
With you lingering next to me.
Aphasiacs told me your name,
My love forever: Irony.

Your eyes of polished solar hue,
Comparable to no...

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© Gael Attal  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, allegory, lost love, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member To Pay the Price
Darkness falls blood swept fields today
Haunting sounds come from shattered bone
Stench floats, hangs from bodies decay
and cries are heard in fields of stone
Terrified men will...

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Categories: acclaim, conflict, war,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member Twin Flames
Twin Flames

Twin flames of couple's fiery glow
   come close together, soon to show
      the surge of passions, and...

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Categories: acclaim, fire, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Donkey's Lament
"Why is it", the donkey mused, "that horses get all the glory?
Seems throughout the ages its the same old hackneyed story.
We go unheralded and are...

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Categories: acclaim, animalsangel, angel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cave Crazy
He’s a thief who steals in large measure
all he spies and wishes to treasure,
but thought-darkness pokes his pleasure
and he cannot gloat at his chosen leisure.


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Categories: acclaim, identity, irony, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Pocket Pool?
A political pundit with power
stuffed dollars in his purse by the hour.
When called to court,
he said “Why not, sport?”
My daughter’s in real need of a...

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Categories: acclaim, funny, political
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Her Hidden Gem
Mama sang while cleaning the house
Friends noticed her melodic voice
Outside, she hid behind her spouse
When he played the sax, she’d rejoice

The church choir was seeking...

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Categories: acclaim, mother, voice,
Form: Rhyme
Avalanche and Aurora
God, are you sending Earth an electron avalanche?
Was supplying sun’s particles part of Creation’s goal?
Is insulation why we have such a cold snowy North Pole?

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Categories: acclaim, philosophy, religion, science,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member Autumn Fire
  Autumn's song kindles the flame
    To set the leaves ablaze
 Crimson glows and golden hues acclaim

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, autumn, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Famous Klimt Paintings
Gustav Klimt adored for his murals and paintings
Turned life in poverty into art of awesome glory
Pioneering erotic paintings depicting female body
Moving boldly to shape pages...

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Categories: acclaim, art,
Form: Verse