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Best Admissible Poems

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

The sanctimonious tabernacle; where the desolated tongues confess.
The covetous, unwed beds are hungry, exuberant anatomies get undressed.
The biased courthouse; where many admissible lies rattle but...

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Categories: admissible, community, dark, religious, spoken
Form: Free verse

(AT the appeal court)

Here I am,
Standing in the dock once again. 
For the evil one had sought and gotten an appeal of God's prior judgement....

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Categories: admissible, analogy, christian, courage, life,
Form: Prose Poetry


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Categories: admissible, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
How can we define?
What is human nature and how can we define?
Human nature is adorable and understandable.
Human nature is actionable and appreciable.
Human nature is appraisable and affectable.

Human nature...

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Categories: admissible, adventure, devotion, education, faith,
Form: Verse
Premium Member BODY AND SOUL
                  BODY AND SOUL


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Categories: admissible, how i feel, introspection,
Form: Rhyme

Awkward Alliteration
Admissible adage abridge archaic ability about
Audit acrid admission artistic artificial array
Arrive anyplace, anywhere ardent atmosphere attraction
Apprehend apiece apparent artless atomic appearance
Adorable awkward admittance align ad-infinitum...

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Categories: admissible, allegory,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Giggles Are King

Sillies don't cut it on another site
Only love sweet love is an admissible write 
Oh well, each to their own
For giggles I'm known
Sorry, ain't changing,...

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Categories: admissible, silly, , sweet love,
Form: Limerick

every hopeful carnally bracketed thought
tries to jack in to the endorphin symphony
or make the mountains rise same thing
your brain the one manufactured by all those...

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Categories: admissible, how i feel,
Form: Free verse