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Best Adjoining Poems

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

Adjoining in the Sunrise
We climbed up a mountain, just he and I
      Never said a word, yet we said it all

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Categories: adjoining, dedication, love, world, together,
Form: Sonnet

My Poetry Garden
My poetry garden of late has lain untended and forlorn.
I succumbed to shock and dismay upon entering recently, for I observed that
great disagreement had erupted...

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Categories: adjoining, garden,
Form: Narrative
You Foolishly Once Thought You Had It Bad: A Collaboration
When tons of doom filled nights fall on your head,
hot embers glow and fires burn unabated,
you recall her last breath and wish you were dead.

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjoining, dream, fear,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Small Gifts God's Work
small gifts - 
contributing to other's happiness? 

# show me a man or woman of simple mind
people who we commonly term as slow #

point out ====>
of simple...

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Categories: adjoining, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tortoise
Come wrestle with a gator!
Said the poster at the fair.
With tape around its mouth, it looked
Pathetic in its lair.

Yet in a cage adjoining it,
A tortoise...

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Categories: adjoining, animals,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Portrait of a Public Servant
It is 3:00 a.m. on an icy cold winter morning.
A piercing alarm shatters the silence at the station, and
he is sped away on a flashing...

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Categories: adjoining, courage, dedication, tribute,
Form: Prose
Premium Member The BEAUTY of LOVE
T~he minds eye closes and envisages the overflowing of true love from one's
H~eart, gravitating to thy One and Only;
E~scaping in conjunction with

B~rackish water adjoining to...

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Categories: adjoining, faith, inspirational, love, passion,
Form: Acrostic
You foolishly once thought you had it bad A collaboration with Robert Lindley
When tons of doom filled nights fall upon your head,
embers glow fierce and fires burn unabated.
Recalling her last breath and wish you were dead
in poem's...

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Categories: adjoining, dream, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
The Passing of Edward
Martha was rudely awaken on Monday morning
With the phone call we all dread
“Mrs Palmer we regret to inform you
That your husband Edward is dead”
She thought...

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Categories: adjoining, death, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A MAN MADE FOR US
Akin and alongside-
A man made for us.

Neighbourly and nigh-
A man made for us.

'Twixt and between-
A man made or us.

Advocate and honest broker
Intervening interceder-
A man made...

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Categories: adjoining, faith, life, people,
Form: Kyrielle
Heart of a Stranger
Looking through poetry both old and new
in the bookstore down the street
A certain paperback caught my eye
and I carried it to my seat
I opened the...

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© Alana Tye  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjoining, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mulligan
Well, here I am sitting on the golf course
Watching the fireworks display overhead
Yes, I know I'm not as big as a horse
But at least one...

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Categories: adjoining, animal, golf,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Touch Of Skin
The sun caresses my skin on this hot summers day. 
It would be wonderful for a slight rain to splash on my 
skin in such...

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Categories: adjoining, body, kiss, me, passion,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member LOVE Conquers All - Scene 2
Scene 2 - Easy Rest Adult Care Fascility, Doctor Mendelsohnn's office.

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Categories: adjoining, family, friendship, love, care,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member When A Dance Starts To Tease
Once again I'm captivated as I look into her eyes
It's the way she allures me wearing just a smile
Wishing, I'm wishing for my hands to...

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Categories: adjoining, baptism, beautiful, future, passion,
Form: Ottava rima
Premium Member This Is Courage
This Is Courage

It's 3:00 am on a frigid, dark winter night.
   A piercing alarm shatters the silence, and
he is sped away on a...

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Categories: adjoining, courage,
Form: Narrative
A Tree in the Harbor

Waves crashing at me feet, noble tall as I stand.
The beauty I see beyond me, tides washing in the sand.

Bright sunny days, to mist...

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Categories: adjoining, absence, beauty, destiny, freedom,
Form: Rhyme
Good Morning - East West North South 1/2
Good Morning     1/2
East West North & South

Birds and flowers said, Good Morning to not yet visible Sun
The Butter flies, Black bee...

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Categories: adjoining, imagination, life, love, naturenature,
Form: Free verse
Bronte inspiration Collaboration poem by Jan Allison and Darren watson
We walk across meadow and moor 
Along tracks where horse and carriage once rode 
Treading paths where the poets of yore 
In search of inspiration...

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Categories: adjoining, friendship, romantic, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Life's changing seasons...
As my soul nears it's journeyed winter resting place
memories of past seasons are thoughtfully traced
footpaths that were traveled which gladdened my heart
grateful of the spring...

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Categories: adjoining, faith, hopeautumn, me,
Form: Free verse
The Language of the new generation.
Understanding the new generation.
They have their own language.
Their own new meanings to the same words.
They have their own communication + lingo.
Has it not been the...

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Categories: adjoining, education, family, history, on
Form: Free verse
Didnt you want your beans all over your pie
Based on a regular real time experience by my father

The best day of week – in terms of meals at least.
The canteen serves a pie,

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Categories: adjoining, food, life,
Form: Narrative
The storm ends
Quite silly to
During inclement
Birds on the hill
Announcing the
Blessings for
Water and stone not
working miracles

Not the rule
Although some
Not effectively
And no smiling
Possibly reduces
Loads tears.

Puzzled stripes
In south and breeze

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Categories: adjoining, dark, earth, moon, mountains,
Form: ABC
Bronte Inspiration
We walk across meadow and moor 
Along tracks where horse and carriage once rode 
Treading paths where the poets of yore 
In search of inspiration...

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Categories: adjoining, relationship, romantic, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
Polka Dotted Dress
We met thirteen years ago this fateful day,

I heard and saw, I could never have known what I would learn and see across the port...

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Categories: adjoining, anniversary,
Form: I do not know?