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Best Flounder Poems

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


Newton's Law
I was inattentive in Science class one day
When the teacher at random looked my way
I didn't look up, I wouldn't dare
There's no escaping that intense...

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Categories: flounder, children, funny, humor, humorous,



Sending Waves
My feelings flounder
like a sky of dying stars
already snuffed out
yet still sending waves of light
to haunt my heart at midnight...

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Categories: flounder, confusion,

There Comes a Time
She was tragically wounded in her fragile heart
Betrayed by her lover, the one who tore it apart
with vile words and deeds he chose to impart
leaving...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flounder, emotions,

Premium Member Fragmented Fantasies
Crushed under the hand of fate
misery shadows my day.
For I looked into your eyes
and saw hope crumbling away.

Fragmented fantasies morphed
into long forgotten fears.
And dreams began...

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Categories: flounder, angst, betrayal, break up,

Twenty Four Hours
11/17/16



He did not hit no home run, it was a grounder

How many cabinets or counters

Have some sort of white powder

Many meals cooked with flour

Familiar with...

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Categories: flounder, poetry, rap, word play,

Premium Member Awakened Senses
Awakened Senses


Aboard my boat on winding river here,

with anchor dropped, all seems so calm, serene.

I breathe in deep the fragrant river air;

the smell of water,...

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Categories: flounder, river, senses,

Premium Member Sharpen Those Social Skills - INSTANTLY
Are you socially awkward or totally British?
Does small talk just make you feel nervous and skittish?
On the school run, the bus, in the office each...

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Categories: flounder, fun, funny, humor, humorous,

Premium Member Believe Your Heart
Vows are recanted and passions flounder 
on the shoals of betrayal and remorse.
And drifting dreams navigate in darkness 
whenever love starts to wander off course.

Beware...

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Categories: flounder, betrayal, emotions, feelings, heart,

Premium Member I LOOK AT YOU
I look at You and I see the mountains moving
I look at You, and the seas are split apart
I look at You, and I see...

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Categories: flounder, bible, blessing, christian, faith,

The Wind in the Pines 2
("Noh" is an ancient Japanese style of 
drama, broadly similar to Elizabethan
tragedy.  "The Wind in the Pines" is
my version of a well-known Noh play.)


2....

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Categories: flounder, myth,

Premium Member Barrier Smears

I never wanted any barriers,
           or dark taintings and thick smears,
    ...

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Categories: flounder, angst, change, conflict, emotions,

Premium Member Bewildered
Thrown asunder in bewilderment 
       I list like a ship in a catatonic sea
     ...

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Categories: flounder, confusion, emotions,

The Beauty of Sisterhood

In my family garden,  there grows a lovely rose.
A beautiful blossom who helps rid me of my woes.
  ~    ...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flounder, love, sister,

Premium Member Nowhere Man
Nowhere Man

Star dust, the stuff of a fool’s dreams.
Oh !!!, to travel upon star dust streams
- that glorious, never ending journey -
into the realms, the...

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Categories: flounder, history,

Premium Member Green Eyed Jealousy
When green eyed jealousy asserts her will
and apologies flounder in her wake
promiscuity's no longer a thrill.

You can’t avoid the acid tears that spill
and beg her...

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Categories: flounder, angst, betrayal, emotions, feelings,

Premium Member Combinations
I'm trying a brand new recipe



that is claimed to be delishful.



Fresh beans with hue of grue



with butter pat and bacon fat melded.



I served it to...

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Categories: flounder, words,

Ode on the Clan's Iroko Tree
(for: them who are ever there!)

these branches and roots
that cord to the grave ancients
should be free from man’s swords!
both oracle and priest held for days...

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© Canny Amah  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flounder, nostalgiavoice, voice,

Premium Member Rise Above
Wipe away acrid tears of yesterday,
unchain the unforgiving guilt inside.
Listen, for a moment, to what I say.
You must, to yourself, open your heart wide.
Allow His...

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Categories: flounder, faith,

Premium Member Whitewater time
Adrift in a current
I cannot control.
No time for excuses
but there's poetry here,
if only I can hold 
in this backeddy
to jot it all down.

Already the end...

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Categories: flounder, time,

Santa Let Me Be The Giver
Lights of the city are twinkling across
arches of the rivers and shining down
as if to illuminate the jolly path
of the old man known as Father...

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© Deb Wilson  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flounder, christmas, giving,

The sun and the moon
the Sun and the moon

two loyal fellows
have never met each other
the sun and the moon
are showing off
their charm

new day has come!
new day has come!

sweetest greeting...

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Categories: flounder, thanksgiving, wisdom,

Fire and Ice Grill and Pub
Flaming steaks and ice cold drinks
you thought good food had become extinct
until you ate here and gave us a nod and a wink.

Appetizers galore with...

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Categories: flounder, celebration, food, imagery, success,

Derelict Beauty
twilight time

     at deserted shore ~
           
    ...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: flounder, age, beauty, loneliness,

My Idiom Oneliners Part 1
Elsie the cow was slower than molasses,
that's why they finally decided to put her out to pasture.

With Stormin' Norman around you'd tremble with fear,
because all...

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Categories: flounder, humor,

Premium Member SUMMER
            SUMMER

            Stride...

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Categories: flounder, nature,