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Best Confused Poems

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

Premium Member A girl named Sue
POTW 1 Oct 2018

Gossip about her
swept the school yard through
“Hey if you’ve got what it takes 
There’s this girl named Sue
For a pack of smokes

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Categories: confused, angst, fantasy, teen love,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Park Bench
The Park Bench

I wish I was a poet
With magical words
To make people see all of the absurd
Tears fly, paintings in pastel die

When we look into...

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Categories: confused, art, beauty, inspirational, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Welcome to my ----- life
A beautiful broken aura
             Unsettled flakes

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Categories: confused, confusion, death, dream, future,
Form: Dramatic Verse
I would love to be your comfort
A blanket when you're confused
A bright song on every dark day
Warmth and hope you cannot lose
To be the canopy...

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© Lyric Man  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confused, destiny, dream, emotions, fantasy,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member When A Man Cries

No one ever told me that your heart could bleed without a drop that anyone could see. I didn't know your soul could lose weight...

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Categories: confused, depression,
Form: Dramatic monologue

bloody wrists
I'm sitting on the floor
I'm crying so much more
trying to erase this pain
trying to forget your face
sitting here with the blade in my hand
running so...

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Categories: confused, abuse, boyfriend, bullying, depression,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Grake - For Dr Seuss Contest

On a warm summer’s day, in the month of July, 
in a town that’s as small as a grasshopper’s thigh,   
walked a girl...

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Categories: confused, anti bullying, bullying, courage,
Form: Rhyme

I decorate a grotto for you, Mama
where orchids and holy images
embellish this special place and day,
that saintly icons guard you there
as if they beg me...

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Categories: confused, devotion, mother daughter, sound,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If I Were The One For Nicola
If only I could make my way to Paris
To search the boulevards and rainy rues
I'd look to find my lonely heart an heiress
An Irish lass...

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Categories: confused, funny love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member A Psychedelic Whistle Plays a Rhythm into the Darkness
A Psychedelic Whistle Plays a Rhythm into the Darkness

Entering the dark side of a moonbeam on this evil lens of life,
A gruesome old man recreates...

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Categories: confused, dark, evil, fantasy, horror,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Sunday Musings
You light the fire, then play the victim.
It's not my fire, yet you let it burn.
Rage and pain drive you insane,
creating a parody of hypocritical...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confused, emotions, judgement, muse,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Silent echoes of her tongue
It's always those who reside in our hearts,
whose words, like lightning,
electrocute our soul,

and in each pain there is a lesson.

Her life was like a room...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confused, death, loss, pain,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Turnip and the Cabbage
A Turnip and a Cabbage
    are walking down the street.
This may seem a might peculiar 
    as they hadn't...

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Categories: confused, adventure, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Farewell Lin Lane
Mind-boggled and confused, I am- no doubt
A trolley-bad soul has left their mark 
There is something I heard and learned about 
My sunny-bright morn, has...

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Categories: confused, dedication,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Slave
Like a herd of cattle, placed on a ship.
Upon my back, I felt their whip!
Ripping into my flesh, excruciating pain.
Forced across the big water on...

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Categories: confused, courage, death, slavery, perspective,
Form: Quatrain
My eyes,
you traced the beauty of nature.
The starry sky and inky ocean,
smile of winter in the heavenly garden,
dancing of waterfall on the lap of hill

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Categories: confused, father, mother, wife, ,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Old Dark House
The Old Dark House

This tale of “The Old Dark House” is one that’s replete with a
most horrid sense of pure evil and macabre, and is...

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Categories: confused, dark, dream, evil, fantasy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Princess of the petals
Beyond her veil;

eyes induced by secretive stars
became drawn to a path illuminated by 
flickering, shimmering pale moonlight.
Each spirited step led to the 
revelation of her...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confused, analogy, deep, silence,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Ordinary man
Snow is falling and floods are flowing,
people dying and children keep crying,
but he's just an ordinary man,
sitting there watching TV.

Icebergs melting and penguins starving,
men in...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confused, allusion, analogy, political, pollution,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In Search
I am a character
In search of my author
Walking great distances in a circle
Wishing for a plot
Wanting a destination
Perhaps a soliloquy
Please fill my lips with your...

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Categories: confused, beautiful, bible, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member - Shiny Stars -

I put my thumb up while the thoughts of darkness came and went
In each person's life there may be sorrow and defeat
You see a little...

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Categories: confused, emotions, life,
Form: Free verse
An Eternity II
And I begin my own steep climb into 
The Chalkland Downs              ...

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Categories: confused, betrayal, , memorial,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ode to love
In emerald dreams of a romantic isle
Beholden to your signature smile
Kiss me tender in secrets of runes
Cuddled in arms of a sensuous moon

Attach a note...

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Categories: confused, love, romantic,
Form: Verse
My Poetry Garden
My poetry garden of late has lain untended and forlorn.
I succumbed to shock and dismay upon entering recently, for I observed that
great disagreement had erupted...

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Categories: confused, garden,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member - Falsehood -

Is there still a rainbow after the rain?
An unanswered message, life is full of lies

Darkness falls - like a thief steals the daylight
I get confused...

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Categories: confused, confusion, deep, metaphor,
Form: Couplet