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Best Admittance Poems

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Awaiting Admittance Haiku
a gentle dew drop
slides softly down the petal
awaits admittance
...

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Categories: admittance, nature
Form: Haiku



Emergency Rooms Just KILL Me -
Nurse: Briefly describe your pain
Me: Ouch
Nurse: On a scale from 1 to 10, how would you rate your pain?
Me: I dunno...where's your scale?
Nurse: No, no...

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Categories: admittance, angst, funny, health,
Form: Light Verse
Five-Inch Heels
A story in The Times about
Admittance into clubs
Discussed the people who’d get in –
No luck for average schlubs.

You have to dress in certain clothes
And have...

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Categories: admittance, social,
Form: Rhyme
HERACLITUS
Heraclitus!
Can we never step in the 
Same water twice?
For other waters are forever 
Flowing onto us!
I try to think of ways to 
Cheat your wisdom.
What...

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Categories: admittance, passion
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Paid in Full
I’ve mucked around when drinking beer like many other blokes,
who love to be involved when playing silly nonsense jokes.
It’s great to see a ‘bunny’ puzzled...

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Categories: admittance, humor,
Form: Rhyme



Before The Moment Passes
Two spirits of passions
From ever separating worlds 

Watching and hoping with intensity

Drifting on winds of nowhere
Tracings of comfort and familiarity

Fearing the change that arrives with...

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Categories: admittance, hope, imagination, life, love,
Form: Free verse
ISLAND HOPPING
ISLAND HOPPING
by

JOHN M. ARRIBAS


My first day of community service at Glen Oaks
Assigned to spend time with a few elderly folks
Spotted an old gentleman staring out...

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Categories: admittance, war, world war ii,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member POEMDOG POLITICS
We are all aware of the season
Politicians give us good reason
To be happy we still have choices
And bark in our hunting dog voices
This year is...

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Categories: admittance, funny, humor, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Slow Dancing the Past
Slow Dancing the Past
            by Odin Roark

Shadows of yesterday frozen
Even as high noon’s blazing...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, memory, endurance,
Form: Free verse
Lessons From Nature
Upon His soul leaving the body it once rested in,
a storm of atramentous clouds formed over the mountain top
that we once stood upon like kings.
Loss...

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Categories: admittance, absence, death, father, god,
Form: Romanticism
statistics of roads unfortunately chosen
coping just for a purpose
rusting revealing the truth
a new coat of paint never helps
however i become emotionally addicted
i remember when smiles on four walls was...

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, sad love,
Form: Free verse
Conflicted or star crossed lovers
Not a day goes by I don't think of you
you have permeated my fortress and walk freely in all its rooms
(examining it's furnishings)
how did I...

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Categories: admittance, inspiration, life, love, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Penetralia Ruby Queen
Hark and listen well, if those foretoken in the eyes of hungers lust
Trapped in their illusion, trampling the Stars into dust
Forced with the detestation stench...

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© G. Jay  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, allegory, beauty, creation, fantasy,
Form: I do not know?
I am destined for greatness
I believe in myself, the greatest I

Ambitious and artistic in every agenda
My ability grows high yet I lay medium

Destiny that I am born for is...

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Categories: admittance, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Form: ABC
Circumstantial Evidence 1
  In hindsight it was a very dark day when this child
was born. It is a terrible thing to say about an
innocent child, but...

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Categories: admittance, child, murder, mystery,
Form: Free verse
CRUEL LESSONS
           

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Categories: admittance, life,
Form: Couplet
Feelings
My sadness is so profound
That it settles, like a killing dust
In every corner of the room
Sometimes, my eyes are wide with joy
The birds are loose...

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Categories: admittance, art, image,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member It's A Crying Shame
George Washington would never believe it and call it a crying shame. I have observed the prohibition of prayer in public schools. Free speech is...

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Categories: admittance, america, god, leadership, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Soul Mate
I don’t really know how to begin this piece
Because you qualify in every sense to be my niece
But you have offered in my troubled heart,...

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Categories: admittance, caregiving, girlfriend-boyfriend, happiness, love
Form: Sonnet
A student's folk tale
Stacked with books, assiduity elsewhere
Exams knocking at hand
Yet the Friday get-go
And final cut buff. 

Night at sea and morning sloth
The evening prowl and buddy talkies
Escaped...

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Categories: admittance, allegory, schooltime, time,
Form: Bio
Slavery or Exploitation
This poem is not meant to be a speech nor is it written to offend or give anyone blame.
It just a mere observation of how...

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Categories: admittance, abuse, africa, betrayal, black
Form: Free verse
La Gala Grandeur
~La Gala Grandeur~


Revived from mine mortality,I adopt my rebirth
Through neonate eyes,the world now glows ethereal
As my resplendence arouses,death is relinquished dormant
Though newly formed,I step unteeteringly...

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Categories: admittance, adventure, death, faith, fantasy,
Form: Narrative
Never-After
Never-After
© Ben Burton 

Why is it
So many godless people
Are offended by religious words
Spoken publicly?

Does reverence instill fear in them?
If so, of what?
The church lady
Swinging her...

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© ben burton  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, philosophy, religion, satire, ,
Form: Free verse
Lessons From My Childhood
‘When I was a child, I acted like a child, thought like a child, played like a child,’
But I am no longer a child. 
Yet,...

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Categories: admittance, adventure, beauty, parents, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
Marissa s Love
Marissa’s Love

In love
Novel awareness
Fresh ripened 
Ivory piano keyed  
Re-playing continually
Pure loving beats the sound tract 
As I recall the day 
I love you articulated...

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Categories: admittance, love, love, perspective,
Form: Blank verse