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Best Accredited Poems

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

Prestigious School Not Accredited Yet

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Categories: accredited, humorous, school,
Form: I do not know?

PCS Accredited Mess


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Categories: accredited, appreciation, me, mental illness,
Form: Senryu
I have deleted the 2 poems I posted earlier today, and instead I offer what will be my final write.  I have read the...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: accredited, moving on,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Quo Vadis poetry, a damsel in distress-w
Captive damsel of creative-writing programs,   
Personalized, eulogized job of small groups,  
The frenetic activities handy to very few,  
Poetry now belongs...

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Categories: accredited, satire,
Form: Sonnet
Lost all Alone
Lost all alone.
Waiting patiently for companionship.
Reruns of the old.
Savage cruelties unleashed.
Unable to share this.
An undesirable partner.
Giving with nothing recieved.
Demanding any explanation.
Stripped of all dignity.
Left naked...

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Categories: accredited, introspection, life, lost love,
Form: I do not know?

                      It’s not fully...

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Categories: accredited, education
Form: Rhyme

This  floating sovereign rules her black see *
Like an Inquisition bishop  -...

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Categories: accredited, dedication, me, beauty, beauty,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Quo Vadis poetry, a damsel in distress
Captive damsel of creative-writing programs,  
Personalized, eulogized job of small groups,     
Quo Vadis poetry, a damsel in distress?

The frenetic activities...

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Categories: accredited, how i feel, introspection,
Form: Sonnet
Yoruba holy communion
Young as just a week,
He was wrapped in a flannel.
His tender feet were shoeless -
Today was his appointed time;
 His feet must dialogue with gods.


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Categories: accredited, africa, baby, faith, life,
Form: Free verse
The Lack of Appreciation for the Foundation of this Nation
Suffering and pain for our nation’s gain,
but no one recognizes what those before us went through
because in today’s self-centered society the only thing that matters...

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Categories: accredited, appreciation, freedom, history, patriotic,
Form: Free verse
The Eurovision song contest and sorry
>That  Eurovision song contest.

Me telly was on the blink.
Into an early sleep. 
I drugged did sink.
Medical ones I mean.
Not what all of you, just...

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Categories: accredited, confusion, courage, fishing, future,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Telling Stories
While there is no story at all
unless it has at least two sides,
when it comes to ego's narrative lines
and epic paragraphs,
we have great difficulty in...

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Categories: accredited, betrayal, christian, earth, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Unattainable Freedom
Are there medical treatments to cure this disease? Will clinical trials shine a light on
this sickness? Will exploratory surgery find the source of where it...

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Categories: accredited, life
Form: Free verse
Dollar Up

See that rich man
begging on the telly
He’s made your financial future toast,
now he also wants your
cash reserve preserve jelly
Do you believe the rich man,
who’s pleading...

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Categories: accredited, hyperbole, money, parody, perspective,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Racing with blinders

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Categories: accredited, sad,
Form: Free verse
Inexplicable memory quirkily unhinged
A rhetorical question finds me asking 
(to no one in particular) why I recall 
the names of grade school teachers 
approximately fifty years ago (whose...

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Categories: accredited, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Prose Poetry
priceless prospective professionals of tomorrow
periodontal disease the bane
of Homo Sapiens, 
   and many a canine species 
   such as Great Dane

or an alien pet smart...

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Categories: accredited, 7th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Light Verse
addictive ampoules annihilate after alluring
amphetamines acquaintanceship assuages 
agonizing aches also advocates amorousness
assiduously activating admiration
aggressive attacks assault afoul 

affable affinity and affectionadumbration
anatomical accidental addiction attested as academic,
although afterward abnegation absolutely...

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Categories: accredited, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Alliteration
Acceptance of identity
What a world we live in

All seeking acceptance

For who and what we wish to be

In this messed up society

Male or female or non binary

Gender fluid...

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Categories: accredited, identity, inspirational, judgement, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Inexplicable Quirky Memory Unhinged clasp two
when into scaly claws, sans first
to sixth grade Precambrian relic
(Missus Batson, Missus Rittenhouse,
Missus Wells, Mister Stout, Missus Shaner,
or Miss Rinderle).

Invariably the majority

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Categories: accredited, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member NRIs Arrive on November 16th
NRIs (Non-reading incorrigibles) always start their public school careers not in August or September, but rather on November 16th, because November 15th is the day...

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Categories: accredited, money, political, school,
Form: Narrative
Anarchy (Revised)

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Categories: accredited, politicalpower,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Undeniable
This Friday night was as-black-as-coal, he ignites a blackberry-colored cigar,
His belly is filled with fried chicken, Hennessy, and caviar.

This is, without-a-doubt, undeniable…

The intoxication is accredited,...

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Categories: accredited, analogy, happy, imagination, journey,
Form: Free verse