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Best Accuse Poems

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

Premium Member My Far Side
You say, I’m too far, 
towards the far side?
It’s a hazard of my left-handedness,
that I see the logic in abstraction.
Worlds lay within worlds
and colors bleed...

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Categories: accuse, how i feel, imagination,
Form: Free verse


The Big Five—Africa’s pride in the vast open wild
Buffalo, Rhinoceros, Elephant, Leopard and Lion
Their prey—scattered Impala, Kudu and Waterbuck
On hardened dust… their...

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Categories: accuse, analogy, introspection, proposal,
Form: Heroic Couplet
The Sun's a Liar-Children's story short contest-
The Sun Is a Liar

It’s been quite some time since I've awoke early enough to meet the sun coming over the horizon. As I gazed...

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Categories: accuse, childhood,
Form: Prose
Premium Member The Language of Silence
We don't talk about it, I was mutely told,
Schooled in your nonverbal narcissism, I Attest
I became a linguist in the language of silence;

The tightened line...

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Categories: accuse, father daughter, hurt, language,
Form: Free verse
Make All Things Right
“You must love your neighbor as yourself.” 
Matthew wrote those words in the Bible to tell 
the world how God expects everyone to be.
No mask...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: accuse, character, inspirational, spiritual,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Their Greater Sin - Pet Hate

They call one who speaks for Liberty a Fascist
They claim man made end of world as a proven tenet
And to them ‘free’ means...

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Categories: accuse, language,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Words Of Wisdom To My Child
You grow so fast, already showing glimpse of awesome creativity
and transform discoveries from the industrious nature of your observations
so squat at my feet and raise...

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Categories: accuse, blessing, child, education, encouraging,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member King Vlad
King Vlad is anything but Democracy’s man of the hour.
Rather, à coup sûr, he’s really Stalin’s nasty little boy
who ironically parades "svoboda" and "glasnost" like...

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Categories: accuse, betrayal, corruption, emotions, evil,
Form: Free verse
Refiners Fire
I am a bar of gold as shiny as can be
At least that is what I see
But inwardly other alloys lie
Seen only by the refiners...

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© Carol Agee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: accuse, faith, inspirational, fire, fire,
Form: Didactic
The Five Word Challenge - The First Daughter of Eve
My Father, 
See the little serpents slither
Among the Wolfsbane, the Foxglove and the Daffodil
My mother distains the creatures,
And fears the beauty of my garden
Though I...

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Categories: accuse, beautiful, desire, inspiration, life,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member For the Children of Yemen
Who'll speak for the children?
I see the images
emaciated bodies
skin on bones
hopeless eyes
ravaged souls

Who'll speak for the children?
while super powers play
the death toll speeds ahead
nobody speaks

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Categories: accuse, war,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Searched within the walls of my feeble mind
In brain matter scattered, but could not find
proof that orange is just humdrum,
To this conclusion I have come...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: accuse, color,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member To My Oldest Daughter On Her Birthday
To My Dearest Daughter, Sommer ...

When I was growing up love seemed a very elusive and capricious thing, and I spent more time just trying...

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Categories: accuse, child, father daughter, love,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Beautiful as Daisies
Contn'd from Pg 1

So she called out to the stranger and asked for a ride
Snow had fallen heavily and already piled three feet high
When she...

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Categories: accuse, dedication, life, loss, sad,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Adonis Complex

Born out of incest of father-daughter 
Semite god, hunter and a fair offspring 
Women’s laments and cries to stir and blur
Festivals on me in autumn...

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Categories: accuse, leaving, love,
Form: Rhyme Royal
What hurt's me the most
Every time your not next to me
I fell like your being distant

Every time your saying mean things
It makes me feel like you don't love me...

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Categories: accuse, betrayal, clothes, depression,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Circle Conversation Quarrels
New day, the same circle conversation!
I slow speak my felt truths,
You stumble-spin lame accusations
And another valid topic will thrash itself mute.

We should just get a...

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Categories: accuse, conflict, cute, love,
Form: Free verse
five haiku
Such a disaster 
Waking up in the morning
Shamelessly white 

 Self- tanning cream
The pride of looking sporty 
The mirror pulls face 

Deep philosophy 
The poet...

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Categories: accuse, age, analogy, anniversary, arabic,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member I That Because Of Your Attack, Will Never Yield
I That Because Of Your Attack, Will Never Yield.

No single tear given, nor I gift you an open field
so yes, make merry with your hatred...

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Categories: accuse, character, conflict, corruption, evil,
Form: Rhyme
For Grandmomma Pt 1
A lot of lessons learned./ I sip this Hennessey and fought the burn./ My mind is clouded with 
so many memories./ I hear your voice...

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Categories: accuse, death, loss, love, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Listening Eyes
Listening eyes, 
they speak with certain glance, 
and yet are ever loving. 
Listening eyes,
Which soak in the warmth,
of your ever smiling face.
With them I hear,

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Categories: accuse, art, longing,
Form: Free verse
For You...My Friend
I get the silent phone calls.
I know she's on the line.
Why don't you be a man for once
and choose her home or mine?

You say I...

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© Mary Nagy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: accuse, angst, confusion, introspection, lost
Form: Quatrain
Addiction is a disease,
and for destructive emotions, it's a release.

Addiction is nothing new,
but the pain it creates, nomatter how we deny it, will always be...

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© katie levy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: accuse, life,
Form: List
Preoccupied with the Faults of Others: stay in your lane
Some people come to church just to be seen
No Holy nor any Ghost in them can be gleaned

Now Jesus was in the temple 
Teaching a...

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Categories: accuse, inspirational, wisdom,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Now Here Comes Their Bleating - in Trump's own words upon acquittal
So many words, such boring waffle
Posturing peacocks, whispering snakes,
Actions so twisted doubtful if lawful
A bunch of connivers, dithering flakes.

In the House which they rule
They pointed...

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Categories: accuse, angst, humor, parody, political,
Form: Quatrain