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Best Camden Poems

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


Premium Member Mt. Battie / Camden Maine
The dragonflies danced in the crisp Maine air
on a draft from the ocean deep.
Their delicate wings teased the breeze
high up on Mount Battie’s Peak.

Blue-black they...

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Categories: camden, nature
Form: Quatrain



Black Bear Roams Camden
a black bear roams the yards
of Camden residents
was tranquilized moments ago

she had come accustomed to being fed
by the hand of humans
an accident waiting to happen

looking...

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Categories: camden, nature, seasons,
Form: Blank verse
Horrendous Hobyah Hordes Hijack Hamptonshire
The Scots, by God,
They drove them out,
With a single Yorkie
At their heels a' yappin'
The Hobyahs tried to fly
Their arms they were a flappin'

Some managed to...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: camden, adventure, imagination, parody, people,
Form: Burlesque
Love Letters - 2 - A Collaboration With Michael Clarke-Repost
Love Letters - 2 - A Collaboration With Michael Clarke-Repost
Love Letter No. 2...Janet Camden.

My most precious darlin' love I come to you across the many...

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© Mary Hoose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: camden, devotion, longing, love,
Form: Prose
Love Letters - 1 - A Collaboration With Michael Clarke - repost
Love Letters - 1 - A Collaboration With Michael Clarke - repost
Love Letters - A Collaboration With Michael Clarke
Love Letters A Collaboration:

These writes are from...

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© Mary Hoose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: camden, longing, love,
Form: Prose



Premium Member How I Met My Wife
It was the fall of fifty-four
and “cool” was the in thing.
I was a senior in high school
and had just moved 
to Camden High.  
I...

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Categories: camden, anniversary, lovewedding, wedding, cousin,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Xenu's, Just a Dream - Just a Dream
Called Dianetics
Back in nineteen fifty two
Xenu is now born ~¬!¬~

Science fiction dreams
Alive in the modern world
Followers arose ~¬!¬~

Ones declaration
That aliens are earths structure
Are now believed...

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Categories: camden, fantasy
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Fanless
At Camden Yards in Baltimore,
The Orioles will play,
The White Sox from Chicago
Their opponents for today.

But players will not hear the cheers
Of all their rooting fans.
For...

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Categories: camden, baseball,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member New Jersey
What does it mean to me
New Jersey
It means smell and warmth
iI…….  oops wrong sort of Jersey
Here we go start again …….

Was the home of...

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Categories: camden, places, home, home,
Form: Rhyme
We've been "slammed"
NO SLAM

Im heart broke.
I didn't get to vote.
Is this a joke.  
Now I've been provoked.

It's like Cambells in Camden,NJ
leaving the people with no hope.
It's...

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Categories: camden, funeral
Form: Rhyme
Aurora
so, another shooting in
the belly of the empire…

i wonder if Charlton Heston’s
withery old cock just 
sprung to life?

i wonder if Ted Nugent & 
Charlton Heston...

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Categories: camden, life, culture, cancer,
Form: Free verse
Sophie Kamlish
Sophie was born with an abnormal right foot, 
So when she was nine she chose amputation, 
She comes from Camden then moved to Bath, 
And...

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Categories: camden, sports, strength,
Form: Rhyme
clearly clueless
Still unemployed.
traveling to fill that void.
Steady pains, no reason to complain.
Everything is so clear.
This vision is so strange.
Leading my life, heart first.
Thanks to gods grace,
I...

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Categories: camden, song-lyriclife, heart, heart, life,
Form: Rhyme
Ten Thousand Torturously Terrible Tom's Tidbits (two)
12)Coddle- Two fish enrapt in love.

13)Mustard- A diarrhea victim who can wait no longer.

14)Jam Session- A gathering of sweet-toothed weirdos with various jams and 
jellies.

15)Coffee...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: camden, funny, imagination, on writing
Form: Burlesque
Baltimore
Since the days of Francis Scott Key, 
this city has changed significantly.
Still standing is the historical site of Ft. McHenry.
The fifteen star flag still hangs...

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Categories: camden, travelcity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 2012
The date and time 
is not the question at hand.
What we have is a contradiction 
of God’s command.
The Mayan, trying to make sense 
of natural...

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Categories: camden, religiontime, time,
Form: Rhyme
Walt Whitman
You were considered prolific with poetic verse.
The subjects you covered were quite diverse.
Who else would write about prostitutes and nudity?
With your quill pen over the...

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Categories: camden, poets, tribute,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Poetess on Poetry Soup
She has an empathic touch,
And she’s from Camden, Maine.
She’s traveled the U.S. and Europe,
For new techniques and methods to gain.

She gives Thai and Chinese massage,
And...

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Categories: camden, dedication
Form: Quatrain
MY CHIPPED CUP
The Chipped Cup
She sings a lullaby sweet
Purchased on an impulse
On Camden Street
(A leap towards the hip?)

Now her bottom is stained
Reaping the harvest of
Coffee- Noir. 
The...

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Categories: camden, allegory, allusion, beauty, flower,
Form: Rhyme
Learn again
I'd give everything away 
to get back to the pricks of Camden,
hear them rattle by and get lost at the dawn.
It's about time to admit...

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Categories: camden, absence, london, sick,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Wild Date
They married in their own garden under the canopy of a Wild Date Tree

An indigenous plant standing tall for sweetness and benevolent spirits

This one untamed...

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Categories: camden, marriage,
Form: Free verse
Chad's valley
No one 
not even you
will ever know 
beforehand 
how things will go.

Practice may make perfect 
but perfect is no guarantee 
of success.


The council sent a...

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Categories: camden, anxiety,
Form: Political Verse
Daniel Morgan's Masterpiece, Part I
Back in seventeen eighty-one
The revolution hit hard times,
Britain had taken Charlestown
And at Camden had crushed the lines

Of General Horatio Gates,
Leaving nobody to resist,
Except the Swamp...

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Categories: camden, america, conflict, hero, history,
Form: Epic
King's Mountain, Part I
It was after the defeat at Camden,
in the fall of 1780,
British Major Patrick Ferguson
sought to exploit Britain’s victory.

To secure South Carolina’s countryside,
he marched his loyalist...

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Categories: camden, america, conflict, courage, freedom,
Form: Epic
To Win By Losing, or The Battle of Guilford Courthouse, Part I
General Cornwallis of Great Britain
faced a problem that he couldn’t resolve,
he’d won at Camden, they’d captured Charlestown,
but still the southern colonies wouldn’t fall.

Instead he faced...

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Categories: camden, america, conflict, courage, freedom,
Form: Epic