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Best Admission Poems

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Premium Member The Price of Admission
So many shades of grey beneath a 60 year old glossy exterior.  


Pig bristles when rubbed the wrong way -  that’s how they...

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Categories: admission, childhood, growing up, innocence,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Indian Girl
--Virginia Slim--

Different eyes, the same world 
Ancient skin, dirty Indian Girl 
Smokey, eyes, exotic raven hair 
---Now listen to  the colors, of transformation, 

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Categories: admission, adventure, girl, life, native
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Fever Dream
Night rain on the window pane is the night sweat of my fevered life dream. Time bloats like the reflection I try to avoid. Tears...

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Categories: admission, mental illness,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Unicorn's Gala
Invitations to the Gala
issued by a grave impala
were highly sought out missives 
by the bold and the submissive 
Those omitted uttered curses
shook angry fists or...

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Categories: admission, fantasy, imagination, red,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Love's Requisition
I come to your bedside once more,
you've poured our photos and poetry on the floor
an act of apostasy, a grim admission, the room in dim...

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Categories: admission, i miss you, love,
Form: Epic

Premium Member She Sings In Secret Symphonies -

As my youth goes yonder her beauty says to me yet, bet, yea,
in my mouth the word beautiful becomes a flavor of valor,
she likes to...

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Categories: admission, beautiful,
Form: Romanticism
Revival 2 Point Ohh
Admittedly a little bit of me can see I have an ability
missing ambition to mission living submissively in submission,

If I believe built into me 

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admission, desire, hip hop, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Getting Back Up
The undebatable policy
I put above any pride
Is I would rather be hated for honesty
Than be loved for my lies
'Cause see, to me in these matters

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© John Mayo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admission, devotion, encouraging, hope, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Swimming

Street corner grand scheme
she don’t need no tattoos
words all written on her tongue
make nuff dollar to ride her dream


Bareback, she’s pushin'
stars in her eyes, pupils...

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Categories: admission, addiction, imagery, lust, men,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member From My Lips To Santa's Ears

'Twas the night before Christmas, and ...


Reclining my hammock, very still
(Far too lax to persuade its swing)
I contemplate my Mai Tai's chill
And what I'll...

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Categories: admission, christmas, humor, humorous, light,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Battle Rap
Battle Rap

...poet in da house...

Now have a listen, for I’ll be a kissing…I’m on a mission
And you’ll be a pissing your hemolysin…a smelly emission
My words...

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Categories: admission, fun, rap,
Form: Rhyme
I pray for a sign

Lost in the world I see no vision
Amidst my fellow men I see subdivision
Death is but a necessity and not a...

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Categories: admission, deep, depression, emotions, fear,
Form: Free verse
Hawk's Eyes
in the bright light of day you appeared...
a gilded angel with falcon wings,
you rose up out of the desert sands 
and your gentle beauty struck...

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Categories: admission, angst, lost love, loveme,
Form: Free verse

As healthy relationships go
Ours is as fit as a fiddle
Peak condition
Well fed on truth and 

Tantrums I’ve thrown each
Childish full-blown 
Cherished by love and 

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Categories: admission, true love,
Form: Free verse
Chickening Out
Morning coffee, read the paper, brush your teeth and make the bed
Start the car up, drive to work with endless chatter in your head.
Rhythm’s just...

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Categories: admission, business, life, on work
Form: Rhyme
Tragic Relief
I think I'll open a tragedy club
where people can come to weep
I'll tell the saddest stories around
admission will be cheap

I'll call the venue Tragic Relief

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Categories: admission, dark, humor, irony, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member LOVE OF MOTHER
Mother’s love … beauty of great excellence
Virtuous midst legacy’s prevalence
The best of human’s care-superlative
Expressing sublime kind heart’s directive.

Mom’s warm, sweet caress --- graciously tender
Soothes child,...

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Categories: admission, appreciation, beauty, encouraging, mother,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Somewhat Injury-Prone
First grade, pelted with eggs
  Second grade, broke both legs
Third grade, fell down the stairs
  Fourth grade, clawed by a bear

Fifth grade, ran...

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Categories: admission, growing up, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
justice just is

           without admission
     broken can never be fixed~


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Categories: admission, political, society,
Form: Senryu
Wanted Dead or Alive
Wanted dead or alive 
When I want u so bad I could have died inside 
Died Inside my mind with out even noticing 
Screaming at...

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Categories: admission, devotion,
Form: Couplet
Once night Gretta Foster sat in the backyard, 
building a rocket ship that ought to take her a-far, 
she had been...

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Categories: admission, adventure, allegory, beauty, fantasy,
Form: Narrative
Cheaper To Keep Her (Divorce Club)
(Haiku)- * Motive, infidelity messing with the Queen Bee's Honey*

Queen Bee sits on throne,
Bumble and drone bees as one
Sample flowers dew


(Limerick) - *Admission of guilt...

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Categories: admission, angst, husband, life, loss,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A Hospital Stay - Part VI

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Categories: admission, angst, body, confusion, dark,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Two Worlds
I breathe in today
And exhale my past
Neither defines my existence
A ghost with flesh assumes me
Grasping perceived truth in every
Frailty of human condition
Only admission of failure...

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Categories: admission,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tapestry of Mist
Tapestry of Mist

But was it an illusion
through the tapestry of mist?
…an imagination's twist?
…a feathered filled delusion?

Perhaps, t’was the admission
tired of living to exist,
but was it...

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© Janet Vick  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admission, hope, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme