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Best Acclivity Poems

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

Premium Member ACCLIVITY

It is so easy to refine and relax through this perceptual escape.
Your thoughts are pure and thinking is disengaged.
As time pass, we will discuss out.

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Categories: acclivity, freedom, future, inspirational, peace,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Tide of river and love of woman,
Exhausted me to make a nomad,
Had ceased the flow of life,
After thirty years of acclivity-declivity,
Hath merciless allegation to the...

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Categories: acclivity, lost, love hurts,
Form: Free verse

Infrangible my soul resides in its heart,
Nonpareil on globe is our native land,
Debonnaire adds upto its dominion,
Iridescent culture its exquisite charm,
Acclivity and power we always...

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Categories: acclivity, beautiful, devotion, dream,
Form: Acrostic
The Mistaken who Mistook
No citadel’s too tall for mortals like you.
Even acclivity of mounts fear of bipeds like you.
Adam’s ale in its ampleness has lost its meaning.
And only...

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Categories: acclivity, angst, natural disasters, nature,
Form: I do not know?
Real me
Real me

Upma Sharma my name,
Passionate heart,
Mercurial bubbly being,
Always lost in words,

Sea deep desires,
Horizon sends an invite,
Arrows ache my tender heart,
Rising sea throws me back to...

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Categories: acclivity, me,
Form: Free verse

out devil
Searching searching for the unknown
Knowing it all before its shown

All the answers for every question
Clairvoyant waiting on consecration 

Able to analysis quantum physics
Without the hint...

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Categories: acclivity, psychological,
Form: Blank verse
i stepped inside 
       my throat  

  to choke a lie 

the room was festive

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Categories: acclivity, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rendezvous

We traverse those extraordinary significances that transpired
well earned, spent in our fabled youth's labyrinth corridors
obliged naive hearts bolted in present infinity for so oft
succeeding the...

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Categories: acclivity, poetry,
Form: Narrative