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Best Adjective Poems

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


My heart holds my pen

Soft flurries of affection
find my eyes lost in the prism
of the beauty that engulfs my world,

for to inhale is to fall into
the scent of sweet...

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Categories: adjective, love, poetry,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member A Writing Day
Today is a glorious writing day!
There's a pop, a sizzle, a sassy flow
Words are clamoring to come out and play

Golden bubbles of joy I can't...

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Categories: adjective, appreciation, happy, imagination, poetry,
Form: Villanelle
Premium Member The Word
In the beginning was the word
Before that, no noun, no thing
Then no sound was ever heard
And no passing bell would ring

So therefore no adjective was...

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Categories: adjective, humor, language, philosophy, words,
Form: Rhyme
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: adjective, blessing, child, education, encouraging,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Rare Cooking This Fine Morn
Rare Cooking This Fine Morn

To have deep-thoughts, dreams a poet slowly eats
Or spiced casseroles of ink-piggy feats?
Meals written on yellow paper to enjoy.
Chinese fried rice...

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Categories: adjective, appreciation, art, creation, food,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member You Touch Me With Your Words
You touch me with your words
Syllable sensations
Sound unit caresses
Meaningful moans
From all those
Adjective crescendos
That climax into verbs
Pounding
Each phrase a taste
Punctuation reverberations of love
Placed just in the...

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Categories: adjective, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Faeries Found Freelance Forest
faeries found freelance forest	
matched up verbs and adjectives
married them fine and dandy
the nouns were so mad	
...

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Categories: adjective, word play,
Form: Dodoitsu
Unknown Art
The picture painted is not what 
is drawn
The drawer sketches different 
shades partly understood by 
few.
They see and claim to know 
the 
complexity
Complexity that is...

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© Yei Suah  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, dream
Form: Prose Poetry
Pieces of Eternity (Seasons Finale)
Maybe it’s unacceptable 
Live a life capable of a true fable 
True friends never end 
But take you back to where it all began 
But...

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Categories: adjective, death, family, friendship, lost
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GLOWING WITH A HOLORIME
*holorime/ holorhyme (a French adjective), means "whole rhyme" and indicates 
homophonous verses; that is, two lines made up of different words that sound the 
same....

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Categories: adjective, imagination, nature
Form: Rhyme
' A Metaphysical Moment ...'
‘ A  Metaphysical  Moment ’

A Metaphysical Moment
Electrifying To The Touch
Breathless, Thru The Clouds
Can My Heart, Take So Much

… Can My Eyes Endure
All This...

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Categories: adjective, adventure, allegory, education, fantasy,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member A Poem For My History Teacher
I wanted to write
 The best slavery poem   ever written—
Perhaps win a Pulitzer or Faulkner. 

I had every intention of conforming 
To the...

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Categories: adjective, assonance, forgiveness, history, holocaust,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Winged Warrior
On 7/4/2020, John wrote, "Who Mourns For The Poet." 
https://www.poetrysoup.com/poem/who_mourns_for_the_poet_1266152


Warrior is an adjective used for a hero or a knight
I knew one, briefly, whose wings...

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Categories: adjective, poets, tribute,
Form: Acrostic
Some Poems
Some poems are long and complex,
With imagery galore;
And some throw out ideas you think
You really should explore.

Some poems have gorgeous language,
Every adjective a gem;
But, if...

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Categories: adjective, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Six Relatives Have I

Six relatives have I, all much like me.
The ones most common are WHICH, THAT and WHO.
There’s also WHOM.  A formal dude is he.
WHOMEVER and...

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Categories: adjective, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Now With Increasing Darkness O'erhead
Now With Increasing Darkness O'erhead

Bleating at the rain, the despondent sheep
Their days and nights aching in blinded sleep;
Til masters, their dominated lives take
With true evil,...

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Categories: adjective, art, betrayal, conflict, dark,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member If With Wispy Words I Can Paint A Dream
If With Wispy Words I Can Paint A Dream

If with wispy words I can paint a dream
you and I dear reader may become a team
and...

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Categories: adjective, angel, beauty, fate, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member As My Bare Feet Felt Cold Of Hoary Frost
As My Bare Feet Felt Cold Of Hoary Frost

As my bare feet felt cold of *hoary frost
I wandered the back pasture dazed and lost
Night had...

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Categories: adjective, beauty, creation, dream, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Walking in Blessings

Abba, you are my light,
Body of my body,
Creator of the universe, who
Directs the earth in its orbit,
Effervescent incessant stars to dance
Fixed in the heavens. I
Glorify...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, god, inspirational, jesus, prayer,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member HICK PHONICS
Hick Phonics - is a language to be taught in all Southern schools.
Here are some excerpts from the Hick Phonics/English Dictionary.
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Heidi - Noun - A...

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© Judy Ball  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, funny,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Main Clause - Santa Claus
Main Clause Santa Claus
His mates- Subordinate Clause
His North Polish Nationality- Noun Clause
Interested in empty stocking-Adjective Clause

         ...

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Categories: adjective, christmas, humor,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Straight White Christian
Constitution says All men are created equal
We live in the home of the brave
But we annihilated the Red man
And made the black man a slave
We...

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Categories: adjective, christian, hate, social, usa,
Form: Rhyme
LIFE IN GRAMMAR'S WAY
              let today be the present tense.
     ...

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Categories: adjective, art, character, culture, life,
Form: Free verse
Common Cold
Achooo!
It begins, almost always, with a sneeze, 
Which, in some cultures, 
Invites blessings, 
But, in some others, a curse,
As it’s held to be ominous!
Blessing or...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, funny, irony, philosophy, psychological,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member You Don't Like Me
you don't like me...and that's ok
you need your comfort zone in tact
and so you keep away
passionately intense people
can make life a little messy
blood bath of...

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Categories: adjective, truth, , literature,
Form: Dramatic Monologue