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Best Bragging Rights Poems

Below are the all-time best Bragging Rights poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of bragging rights poems written by PoetrySoup members


Some Bragging Rights
 compound word verse 
Any youngster can make us smile
‘specially when it's our grandchild
they're awesome.

A  new grandson brings on more fun
blond-haired, blue-eyed, the smallest...

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Categories: bragging rights, grandchild,



Schoolyard Bragging Rights
Oh ya ,well my mom makes better apple pie
Really,well my mom makes brownies 
With peacans and chocolate icing
Thats nothing, my mom sewed me this new...

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Categories: bragging rights, childhood, mom, dad, dad,

Premium Member What should I Be Aware Of
What Should I Be Aware Of

That sure seems to be a magic question to me.
There are always comments about my poems catching my attention.
If my...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bragging rights, poetry,

A Understanding Of The Past
I remember summers past in the south 
and the sultry heat.
Iced tea and back porch confessions.


Making time with that first love.
The swing underneath  that...

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Categories: bragging rights, introspection, life, nostalgia, philosophy,

A Lovely Day
From the past days of old.
At Seventh Street & Florence Avenue.
Vehicles in pristine finished.
Bragging Rights Mint Condition.
Proudly rolled by in a yearly tribute.

Very close behind...

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Categories: bragging rights, celebration, community, history, holiday,

Let the Games Begin
B.C., seven hundred seventy-six
was the date of the first Olympic picks.
They held (these sportsmanship pioneers)
Olympiads ev'ry four years

The first Olympic race was for sprinters -
Corubus,...

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Categories: bragging rights, adventure, history, humor, sports,

Underdogs Have Their Days
Well, well, well!
The whole world knows by now, impossible dreams can come true,
In the game of professional soccer, it has just been proven at Leicester,
Starting...

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Categories: bragging rights, appreciation, community, encouraging, football,

Premium Member The Flowery Kingdom
A kingdom with flower citizens
competing with the west with discoveries and inventions,
boasting of a time-stretching written language
and a non-stop dynamic civilization globally significant.

White is for...

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Categories: bragging rights, earth, environment, society,

SUPER BOWL FUNDAY
SUPER BOWL FUNDAY...

Superbowl Sunday's nothing can quite compare
Super charged energy is  in the air !
Time for talking trash and celebration
We CANT STAND the anticipation...

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© Diana Vee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bragging rights, football,

dont be mad you cant be me
I rhyme for delight not bragging rights
don't be mad you don't match my light
claim the best I suggest practice
light yourself on fire like a book...

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Categories: bragging rights, hip hop, humor, humorous,

Premium Member The Lover
As I lay up treasures in the summer of my youth.
Counting coup on censure, random acts uncouth.
Defenseless maidens hover,
searching for the lover
they find not in...

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Categories: bragging rights, people, social,

Premium Member Fertility Marred With Miscarriages
The fattest land mass within the borders of Europe
is also a mother with an extremely fertile womb
to once go third in the global grain export.
Sitting...

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Categories: bragging rights, abuse, bullying, earth, education,

My Dearest Daughter
I want you to know my dear daughter
I thought of you every day
The thought you say your daughter hates me
The question asked is how can...

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Categories: bragging rights, child, daughter, death, forgiveness,

Once Were Kings
ONCE WERE KINGS

Pigskin sails past outstretched arms
Another inch perhaps?
Grins on faces kids from afar
Memories made memories lapse

Neither friends nor foe, yet strangely so
They seemed like...

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Categories: bragging rights, childhood, friendship, growing up,

Haiku Crazy Wisdoms
The crashing waves ripped.
One surfboard flipped, disappeared –
And strength swam ashore.

Soldiers seek God’s face
Amid blasting, fire, and death.
A few find solace.

Women birth children.
Fathers become their...

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Categories: bragging rights, life, naturegod, god, may,

Winter's Fancy Dress
Oaks in white laced snow
Winter's smile has bragging rights
Sun kissed and lovely


...

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Categories: bragging rights, nature,

Before it's too late

Before it’s too late

Distant bells clatter on cloud fed weathered skies where
darkness creeps past low light vestibules, faded beams flicker 
Short skirts wave in a...

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Categories: bragging rights, dark,

Hamilton, the Play
All the buzz is justified;
If I’d said different, I’d’a lied.
A slice of history unfurled
Like nothing else that’s in the world.

Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote
The lyrics, book and...

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Categories: bragging rights, music, writing,

Beyond the Shadow of my Heart
Beyond the shadow of my heart
Drumbeat continues without pause
Giving my world sense of peace
World engraved with floral design
Of beauty visible in the dark
Leaving me stuck...

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Categories: bragging rights, desire, dream, happiness, heart,

Premium Member Changing Time a Funny Thing
 Changing Time a Funny Thing
By Franklin Price
3/7/2018

Changing time a funny thing
A lot to think about
Easily an oddity 
We need to figure out

In Spring an...

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Categories: bragging rights, autumn, spring, time, travel,

Premium Member the sith's voice
The sith’s voice 
through naked trees at dawn
bragging rights
...

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Categories: bragging rights, confusion

Time
The clock ticks
When will the world fix
Everyday concerns
As in, equality for all
And an educational system
Where all learn?

No more Ivy League colleges
For bragging rights
All knowledge is...

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© Lara Wash  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bragging rights, introspection, jobs, pride,

Walk your line
Walk your Line 

A word to the blind:
From the day your first mount and ride
Till the moment you die
Walk your line
Walk proud and high
Through each...

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Categories: bragging rights, metaphor, strength, stress, true

A WHINE AND CHEEEZ MEMORY
As I was eating some cheese the other day,
 it reminded me of you, and the things you used to say.

  After all, you...

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© Dan Cwiak  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bragging rights, celebration, feelings, girlfriend, humor,

Bloody Knuckles
Bloody knuckles
Are all that remain
Of what I use to be.
Torn skin,
Scars and scabs,
Memories and
Reminders.

Of a time when I was young
And without ambition
Or caution.
Running through green...

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Categories: bragging rights, life,