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Best Connotation Poems

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


Premium Member OVERLY sensitive
They say I’m sensitive
Negative connotation
A shroud they want to wrap me in
And put the blame on me
It’s only a joke, you see
Overly sensitive
That’s me

I smile
Positive...

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Categories: connotation, how i feel, identity,



A Tribute To Justin A Bordner
Of the many stars I have seen,
Justin, you are by far the most exquisite
I love how you just mold into my heart,
Sifting the words we...

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Categories: connotation, appreciation, blessing, joy, love,

Lemons Get a Bum Rap
The poor lovely lemon,
     It’s really so unfair
An arbitrary choice?
    Then why not choose a pear?

Why pick on...

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Categories: connotation, fruit, giggle, humorous,

Another Vein - - Another Valentine
Another Vein - - Another Valentine

Earth shattering silence you bring
The enveloped wing of your being fills me
Confessions of love are never enough

The more of me...

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Categories: connotation, lovelove,

The language of migration
Despite the climate challenge with traffic congestion on the road,
there’s still a driving urge to go out and celebrate the Eucharist;
it’s a great deal of...

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Categories: connotation, history, hope, life, peace,

Premium Member A DREAM
A simple nap the beauty sleeps.
Her stupor is deep.

She seems to be thinking within this dream of a salient existence far away.
Her fingers are interconnected...

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Categories: connotation, analogy, angel, beautiful, beauty,

Premium Member BS College Degree
It has always been my naïve, farm-boy assumption,
That one attends college to attain a degree of gumption!

And furthermore that Daddy sends his kid to college,
Not...

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Categories: connotation, humorous, political,

My Delivery
I was born with this name 
A name that cannot be moved.
Through my struggles and through my pain
These shackles I shall remove.
Dignified in all my...

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Categories: connotation, inspiration, inspirational, introspection,

Premium Member Frontsies Or Backsies - Different Take


Now frontsies or backsies can have a different connotation
When referring to the many varied sexual orientations
To me it doesn't matter
As long as there's no chatter
To...

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Categories: connotation, silly,

Premium Member Am I a Jinx
The dictionary says that a jinx
is one who brings bad luck
and to jinx someone or some thing
is “To foredoom to failure or misfortune.”
 Unfortunately, my...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: connotation, introspection, journey, life,

An Insult
I don't know; it burns like hot coffee just to say it
I don't know
I'm usually the one with the answers
the one who's mind never rests
I...

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Categories: connotation, anger, anxiety, how i

The Poems Face
I am drizzled from thoughts that the heart footholds
With words of wisdom which are pure as gold

And as I form into an underlying phrase
Every sentence...

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Categories: connotation, cool, crazy, creation,

Premium Member Odin's Brood
Odin's Brood



Tyr, Ziu and Saxnot triple threats to the giants*
Hermoor, Heimdallr, Magni and Thor all so defiant
gods of might and power, protectors of sweet earth
Odin's...

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Categories: connotation, earth, evil, god, mythology,

Nothing Left to Write
There's nothing left to write.
No more textbook vocabulary to relay your state of mind. 
No more analogies, similes, or metaphors to convince others that your...

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Categories: connotation, courage, emotions, journey, moving

Alphabet Soup
I make my checklist
And begin

Words and lyrics don’t blend but 
Numbers
Concise, not deris{ive}
Begun thinking again. Stop.
Classical music; diction-less connotation.

The history bar grows longer but the...

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Categories: connotation, computer-internet, life, social, teen,

Separation
                 SEPARATION

	What more blunder
	A nasty small word 
 ...

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Categories: connotation, anger, crush, farewell, girlfriend,

Devoid of Love
DEVOID OF LOVE
________________

Dawn of your life, 
Sun doesn't rise.
Morning greets gloom.
Noon is a matter of grey.
Shadow lost its silhouette.

In hustle and bustle of life.
Standing in...

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© Sam Raj  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: connotation, love,

Premium Member Born then, now and or again
Maverick Free Verse

~Born after the flesh, orientation toward cash
Orientation toward Spirit, heavens are always near it
That which one loves, covers one like a glove
Orientations make...

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Categories: connotation, allegorylove,

Modern Religion
Belief is dangerous
in its modern connotation.

Oh, wait,
this is a poem, so I'll kinda make it something that sorta
resembles one.

Anyway, the thing is if you don't...

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Categories: connotation, life,

Did you call my name
Did you call my name


There couldn't flourish green tufts in me
As they couldn't grow on cacti
Like scorched typhoon
In desert
I flew aimlessly.
The colorless wings of
My recurrent...

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Categories: connotation, anxiety, crazy, cute love,

Black Rains
Is luck a myth or reality
likewise karma
Are they false entities we've created
or are they just a realm of superstition
but I ponder not the facts
nor these...

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Categories: connotation, nonsense,

Lifeline
It’s a funny thing.
Has a connotation of pain and hate.
To me:
Its survival. It’s all I have.
If I lose it- I die.
If I see it, if...

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Categories: connotation, losspain,

Premium Member EN-TAWN-DRES


Going to get a “haircut” today
Actually getting all of them cut
Cutting just one would hardly be noticed
Now I'm being a silly nut

There's many other sayings...

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Categories: connotation, humor,

What Is Wrong With Jessica
There is nothing wrong with Jessica
I don't know any Jessica
If I did she would be smart and smell like flowers
You know, the living ones with...

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Categories: connotation, absence, appreciation, care, confusion,

Cold Fire
Either your hints were not that elaborate
Or I failed to decipher
The hidden connotation
In either case
We both are looser
I have lost my sleep
And you, your glaze
When...

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Categories: connotation, allusion, care, crazy, desire,