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Best Aggressiveness Poems

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


Until Forever
Until pureness and honesty pass,
Leaving pain and aggressiveness as the dimmed lights,
For the intricate works of the corrupt dark world,
Foreshadowing the collapse of the protective...

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Categories: aggressiveness, inspirational,
Form: Free verse



When Will I Recollect My Memory
Struggling.
When will I intervene 
to stop my tears 
 from flowing endlessly.

When will I take action to
invade my happiness 
 hiding in my closet.

Walk.
When will...

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Categories: aggressiveness, inspirational, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
She Was Alone
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Categories: aggressiveness, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Unpredictable
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Categories: aggressiveness, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Lay of The Best Man - Part 3
Ask your friend, neighbour or even a stranger newly-met
Have they ever been damaged by a ‘trust’ ….now turned ‘regret’?
Most men, if not all, have fashioned...

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Categories: aggressiveness, abuse, corruption, earth, i
Form: Lay



Beauty and the Beast
Beauty and the Beast
As her beauty glistens on the outside, her beast brutalizes and demeans her insides.
Belligerent engaged and in war with herself, hostile aggressiveness...

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Categories: aggressiveness, beauty, confusion, for her,
Form: Light Verse
Black
I am homeward bound
Lusty thoughts, for the love I miss
It’s a surprise, I am coming ‘round
I’m expected two days beyond this
Being away, day after day,...

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Categories: aggressiveness, angst, death, lost love,
Form: Chant Royal
Poltava
King Charles is a foolish megalomaniac.
He constantly sends his armies to the attack.
In the first few years of the eighteenth century,
Swedes have attacked Russia, Denmark,...

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Categories: aggressiveness, history, war,
Form: Rhyme
Flash Gordon
A famous earth hero by the name of Flash Gordon,
would venture with his friends Hans Zarkov and Dale Arden,
in an interplanetary rocket invention,
to a faraway...

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Categories: aggressiveness, adventure, fantasy, science fictionearth,
Form: Rhyme
What I am and Who am I
My lavish world of happiness
With digging of hole to fall down myself 
To flow into the drainage  
Far afar to go and go and...

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Categories: aggressiveness, depression, pain, life, me,
Form: Free verse
Love and Hate
Love or hate is a priceless thing,
It cannot be bought.
Yet, humans choose to hate or love you,
Because you lack melanin, or poor,
Or richer, or educated,...

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Categories: aggressiveness, hate, love,
Form: Light Verse
Shattered dream
An empty screen is like a shattered dream, 
Inside my heart I feel the scream!
There is nothing more to say,
Nothing will brighten up this day!

I...

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Categories: aggressiveness, abuse, conflict, cry, hate,
Form: Rhyme
Your Cheer Leader
He's your typical 
   all-too-friendly booster
who goes way, way out 
   of his way to bolster
what's left of your stuff 
...

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Categories: aggressiveness, people
Form: Light Verse
Ode to the Blue Mountains
Katoomba, a wild sound, an ancient name. 
With it, a sense of awe silently came.
I only saw part of you
But still I was amazed, all...

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Categories: aggressiveness, naturebeauty, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Son of a devil
Son of the devil I am
Am I, I a psychologically 
Misunderstood individuality
Emitting my soul in the caress of hypochondriasis
Believing in the many illness of fame...

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Categories: aggressiveness, life,
Form: Free verse
If I Was White
If I was white,
would I be expected to be bright?

If I was white,
would my condition cause you to be contrite?

If I was white,
would my aggressiveness...

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© DJ Graham  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aggressiveness, political, racism,
Form: Rhyme
Watered Down
What clears the thoughts of grief? 
Will it ever release me out if this confounded chamber of no relief?

With a sour taste of pride,
Your castle has...

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Categories: aggressiveness, adventure, angst, art, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member GRANDMA'S MORALITY
After forty years, Grandma's morality echoes louder than a summer's thunder,
wasn't her strict up-bringing or sense of defined dignity too improper?
" Daughter, bring up your...

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Categories: aggressiveness, family, children, happiness, love,
Form: Narrative
This Earth we live in
This earth we live in by blind force,
looks a poison gourd not avoidable.
Born without choice we agonize
Forced to live on earth we are mutes

Innocence one...

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Categories: aggressiveness, earth, metaphor,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Eulogy for Brian
I received a call from my nephew one day,
Instantly I had to kneel and pray.
My brother about to pass away,
I was off work so I...

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Categories: aggressiveness, eulogy,
Form: Elegy
palace boy
in the castle, it smells like acid 
it makes my nose bleed, and burns my skin 
it's okay, though, we live with it 

you love...

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Categories: aggressiveness, allegory, angst, class, community,
Form: Lyric
Unknown
Laying in the depths of the unknown,
Harvesting such emotional prowess ‘til it’s fully grown,
Finally showing itself,
The monster has surfaced,
Its energetic aggressiveness trumps all around it,
The...

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© Remi Stan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aggressiveness, anger,
Form: Free verse
Moon Madness
Moonlight cascades around the stars.
Mysteriously glistening in darkness,
Sometimes appearing as red as mars,
Never being accused of adverseness,
Her aggressiveness shines, in fullness.


written for
Sponsor Francine Roberts 
Contest...

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Categories: aggressiveness, history, mystery, nature, philosophy,
Form: Quintain (English)
Eminent Domain
Something seems amiss,
 yard creatures abound today
 demanding and fighting over seed and food.
The usual half dozen squirrels
 have doubled up,
 unfamiliar birds have come.
Each...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aggressiveness, animal, nature,
Form: Narrative
Confronted By A Pacifist
The war
is the beginning of conflict 
and our rampant screeches are implicit 
The weak will be treated,
but confrontation will always be repeated
	
Undying failure
Confrontation is the...

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Categories: aggressiveness, angst, confusion, imagination, mystery,
Form: Free verse