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Best Comparatively Poems

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


Premium Member The Dark Green Conifers
another day in the woods. on Strawberry ridge
looking out over undulating green hills to
the next great wall of mountains. the last
morning clouds left from last...

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Categories: comparatively, day, green, inspiration, morning,
Form: Verse



Hate the Haters




     Comparatively you will never be like me
        You do not have the necessary...

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Categories: comparatively, anger, anti bullying, bullying,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member DEEP PURPLE TULIPS
Deep purple tulips - virtually black,
I spied,
amidst the otherwise boring
pastels,
for the merlot-colored beauties
drew me near,
       to drink them into...

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Categories: comparatively, celebration, flower, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member One Good Neighbor

He came night after night. I don’t know how long he favored me in such          ...

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Categories: comparatively, animal, care, cat, dedication,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The smallest ants cast long shadows
Alan who is a great man and a peerless philosopher
Has run for public office including the presidency
Several times but still have not got to first...

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Categories: comparatively, political,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member YangyYolks with YinYin-Whites
Start and end each day,
and life,
with a taoist egg.

I doubt my eggs are religious.

No, but they are natural,
organic incubators, 
co-arising nondual yolk form
with white-transparent regenerative...

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Categories: comparatively, analogy, culture, earth, food,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member If Time is Money
Does your money derive from health-regenerative investments?

Well, what could that mean?

Do you make your money, honey, 
with both light and dark co-arising memory
of midway love...

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Categories: comparatively, health, humanity, money, nature,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Sun Shines On The Righteous

Sun Shines On The Righteous

93,000,000 miles from the earth,                ...

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Categories: comparatively, beautiful, bible, blessing, creation,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Everyday Christians
I would imagine Adam Smith's invisible cooperative economic
self-and-Other-investment hand,
at least during Christian Sunday morning services,
looked and sounded and felt very much
like the One Invisibly-Organic-Holistic-Enlightened MindBody...

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Categories: comparatively, body, christian, culture, earth,
Form: Political Verse
Importance of PERSONAL RELATIONSHIP
Relation mainly based on Faith,
Faith in order to Maintain a Relationship. 

Essential that neither let one Down,
Try to be Reliable as much as possible,
Rather than...

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Categories: comparatively, faith, relationship, trust,
Form: Verse
The Boy from the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road One
The Boy from the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road

1.

The Boy from the Tail End of the Goldhawk Road

I was born Carl Robert Halling at...

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Categories: comparatively, child, childhood, children, england,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Letter To Hurricane Irma
I have great respect for you, and I have refused to take any of you for granted, even though I have never experienced your presence....

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Categories: comparatively, beach, god, storm, weather,
Form: Personification
Premium Member EarthTribe Pilgrimage
I am content to walk alone,
but to walk in company with others
adds vigor and passion to the journey.

Rumi

Good Taoists,
although I am not sure I actually...

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Categories: comparatively, appreciation, conflict, creation, culture,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Did You Notice
Did you notice:

What you have for breakfast,
despite what Mom said,
is probably less important than who you do 
and do not 
have breakfast with,
and why?

The brand...

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Categories: comparatively, culture, humor, life, people,
Form: Free verse
Between a Million and a Billion Morning of Yesterday, There is Only One for Today
Between a Million and a Billion Morning of Yesterday, There is Only One for Today
 
Those who does not enjoy today maybe there is no...

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© Jan Jansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: comparatively, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Farewell
You've been a rock
When I felt vulnerable and unsteady

You've been a comfort
When I felt weary and downcast

You've been a balm
When I was in agony and...

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Categories: comparatively, best friend, devotion, friendship,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Variations on a HarmonicTheme
Children are Fundamentalists

Children are literalists,
fundamentalists.

When they hear
“You’re filthy and you stink!”
the younger they are,
the less likely to hear as a mature adult might,
“You have a...

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Categories: comparatively, health, love, peace, philosophy,
Form: Prose Poetry
Lost Slippers
Lost Slippers


Spirited little feet, to walk barefoot
Struggles of naked feet sounded a hoot
How the soles have long been unprotected
Stepping on prickly brambles, it collected

The sore...

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Categories: comparatively, child, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Just Say Yes
Just say yes
to not yet gone
not yet going against your way
not yet becoming distrusted distasteful dissonance.

Those of us more blessed in the Positive Psychology department,
and...

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Categories: comparatively, happiness, health, humanity, humor,
Form: Prose Poetry
religious matters
Religious cooperative 

When I do- as a liberal should- defend Muslims and 
their religion and the right to worship as they wish
yet I think Islam...

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Categories: comparatively, age, allah, angel, anti
Form: Blank verse
Rank Has Its Priviledge
Rank Has Its Privilege (RHIP)

Privilege is preferred by a rank.
Privilege is gained by respect.
Privilege is profound depending on source.
Privilege provides a way of looking at...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: comparatively, analogy,
Form: Acrostic
To the Unknown Artiste
People sing in praise of a lead performer;
And the person playing the second fiddle
Often goes unsung and unhonoured.

That is the fate of all such auxiliary...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: comparatively, music,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Populist Politics
When I was sixteen
I wanted Robert Kennedy's life,
although I didn't know about his time squandered
in staffing McCarthyism's
Make America as Grotesque as Possible campaign,

Which would have...

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Categories: comparatively, bullying, earth, environment, health,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Feel the Winter Coming
Autumn's moon truly radiant and full
in a stippled and rapture blue sailcloth
of inward bliss. How fragile is the troth
in nature's errs that's hurled into the...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: comparatively, imagery, weather, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member EcoTones
Ecotones
are ruled by prevailing polycultures,
unusually fertile margins between two bioregions,
like a continental-ocean shoreline
or a clear blue lakeshore
poised above green grassy plains
and below glaciered and alpine...

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Categories: comparatively, culture, earth, health, integrity,
Form: Political Verse