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Best Crack The Code Poems

Below are the all-time best Crack The Code poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of crack the code poems written by PoetrySoup members


Premium Member Informal Contest Poem: Crack the Code to Win
Within this rhyme there hides a key I have encrypted,
Find it if you can crack the code that must be first decrypted,

Look upon a poem...

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Categories: crack the code, fun, games, poetry,



Premium Member Too Much Time Alone
If you come to find me 
Look no further than you must
For I will be burning effigies
A conspiracy is afoot
Some might say I spend too...

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Categories: crack the code, allusion, loneliness,

Premium Member Stokey 2014
Stokey 2014

I am working the door

At an all night bar

Sometimes I think I have spent too much time alone.  These long nights remind me...

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Categories: crack the code, addiction, allusion, anxiety,

the pharoas birthday
the fool of the tarot is the pharoa
four royal families go into hiding to pull off winning a war versus torture for his birthday
its an...

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Categories: crack the code, history, women, bible, bible,

The little things
I am glad to have the chance 
To try and crack the code 
Cause you're so complicated 
And there is so much to get to...

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Categories: crack the code, adventure, dedication, love,

LOVELORN
A livid moon had started 
a body count for undoing a book.
The base thinks it has arrived.

The death zones were unconnected 
by quality of crime...

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Categories: crack the code, art,

Bones on the Grindstone
I will live forever, but not in this life
Our time will be severed and then re-aligned
I’m not here to belittle you
But to only reveal a...

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Categories: crack the code, faith, life, mystery, philosophy,

heiroglyphics
what beautiful images and symbols
but what do they mean?
so curious to crack the code
but once its secret is revealed
much of the beauty has vanished
is it...

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Categories: crack the code, hope,

Poetry I Give Sonnet No 2
To whom should read my words could then explain,
How much is fact or mystery they've caused,
That overhears with insight, fraught or plain
And fact remains between...

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Categories: crack the code, urban, visionary, work, words,

BROKEN GLASS

As I fold up my hands I see scars of life
A loop hole between fine and wrong
A mirror of tales of life
Written in plain sight...

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Categories: crack the code, conflict, confusion,