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Best Hoodwinked Poems

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Premium Member Least We Forget The Girls' Killing Cry: Apropos The Boko Aaram Girls
LEAST WE FORGET THE GIRLS’ KILLING CRY
(Apropos The Boko Haram Girls)

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Categories: hoodwinked, africa, bereavement, conflict, daughter, horror, imagery,
Form: Prose Poetry



The Poetic Mastermind of these times
The Poetic Mastermind of these times, 
Penetrating with organically written rhymes,
Before you now, I’ve already won, 
Speaking in fluent poetic tongues, 
To all the puppets...

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© Quincy Mac  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoodwinked, allegory, art, future, rap, slam, space,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Winter's Journey - Part 1a
“Winter’s Journey”  (Part 1a)

Out on the ice somewhere, 
in a cold banished territory
in a ferocious, hard-biting cold blizzard
a mother Polar Bear 
is crying out...

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Categories: hoodwinked, daughter, love, mother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Political Betrayal
Such promises you made when asking for our vote
But it’s been a year and your vows are now remote

What happened to removing troops from the...

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Categories: hoodwinked, angst, political, social
Form: Couplet
Homeless Soldier
I once owned a uniform that shone in pride
The polished brass, creases and lines

An army of friends and civilian respect
I marched upon every street, placed...

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© Paul K K  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoodwinked, analogy, england, humanity, military, patriotic, soldier,
Form: Verse



What Discursive Poetic Theme Shall I Write About
Hmm...What Discursive Poetic Theme Shall I Write About...

Today (a rather brisk, chilly,
and otherwise sat
tiss factory twirly delightful
December 18th, 2018) matte
her of fact quite
refreshing noontime, while...

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Categories: hoodwinked, abuse, allusion, america, analogy, destiny, history,
Form: Bio
Premium Member For Another Budding Child Flower
     For Another Budding Child Flower

Alone in the dark uterus of my bedroom
here I lie curled up in the thoughts 
and...

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Categories: hoodwinked, america, bereavement, black african american, child,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Psychoanalysis
Psychoanalysis

Vanity and ecstasy overwhelm the minds of people,
To gloat with conceit and display
Pompous arrogance as they parade
Before the public as chosen vessels;
For behavioral rewards determined...

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Categories: hoodwinked, deep, introspection, psychological, stress,
Form: Verse
The Coxswain
Rendition from the third degree,  
writers lost in euphoric decrees
blocked, what's happening to me
lost in the "I don't knows"
the articles such as A, The,...

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© TS Lewis  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoodwinked, america, black african american, boat, encouraging,
Form: Prose Poetry
don't believe everything you see
telephones 
ringing with telegrams
I answered and received a body slam
bubble gum used to fix a cracked dam
rhymes grown weird
sexy and funky, smeared
like mushroom toe jam
enjoy...

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Categories: hoodwinked, art, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Don't take this personally,
Don't take this personally
But you're really a mess
Your hair is way awful
And what horrible choice of dress
And I saw Sara Bess
Beat you at chess
Don't take...

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Categories: hoodwinked, culture,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member LEAST WE FORGET THE GIRLS' KILLING CRY
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Categories: hoodwinked, africa, allegory, analogy, gender, girl, horror,
Form: Prose Poetry
For the love of Donald
There once was a president called Donald.
Who had more money than Ronald McDonald
An old perv with the lasses  
who hoodwinked the masses 
I cant...

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Categories: hoodwinked, fun,
Form: Limerick
the wonder that precedes the thunder
I haven't got what it takes to quit
'just play my hand n' get on with it
some might pray or say it's written in the stars
Holding...

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Categories: hoodwinked, anger, character, leadership, me, passion, self,
Form: Rhyme
My new year
If there is life there 
must be an encounteration.
Even the moons and 
the suns, all get to return 
back if they passed 
to their eventual...

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Categories: hoodwinked, africa,
Form: ABC
THE ALMAJERIS (I)
Of the age of one to thirteen
Young, untapped kids
Of the team of 53 beggars in "Kaduna"
Fresh, unripe fruits
Of multiple-colours of plates at hand 
Vivacious, veil...

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Categories: hoodwinked, adventure, angst, children, life,
Form: Free verse
A Bullet For Darling Daughter's Mother
A Bullet For Darling Daughter's Mother
I should of listened to my gut feeling from what my eyes told me about you. From what I saw...

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Categories: hoodwinked, analogy, anger, corruption, dedication, judgement, women,
Form: Free verse
Unanswered Questions
My passion has changed 
I remember basing my life solely off of 
The so called Christ 
Oh how I was hoodwinked into thinking 
God was...

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© Corey Ross  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hoodwinked, life, passion,
Form: Lyric
WHITE FLYING LIES
She speaks with her nose opened wide
Like that of  Queen  Elizabeth the none
From the fringe of the nose
She speaks very fluently 
Chewing Queen’s...

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Categories: hoodwinked, adventure, funny, people, wife,
Form: Free verse
Web of Platinum
My eyes are platinum, an abyss
They reflect the midday sky, a blue relic
I blink back molten metal tears

These garments are loose bleeding petals
They hang like...

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Categories: hoodwinked, imaginationblue, universe,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Oleander blooms
Do not at oleander flowers rejoice
In the valley casting a shadow
Do not jubilate at a girl's lure
Until you perceive the deeds

You would get actually diseased
When...

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Categories: hoodwinked, allegory,
Form: Free verse
MAN MADE SEA
Last night I took a swim in a man made sea
Its whiffed waves belched against my outer covering
It’s waters undulated the vitriolic 
Hiatus of a...

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Categories: hoodwinked, black-african amer
Form: I do not know?
SILENCE OF THE LAMP
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Categories: hoodwinked, suicide,
Form: Verse
Subliminal Perception
Was it some kind of a subliminal perception?
Confusing my interpretations of a misconception.
Was it you that pulled an affectionate deception?
Forcing me into a fake deflection.
A...

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Categories: hoodwinked, deep, feelings, identity, meaningful, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member for another budding child flower

for another budding child flower

alone in the dark uterus
of my bedroom
I lie curled up
in thoughts
and emotions 
of the day:

another budding flower
plucked from the garden street
leaving...

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Categories: hoodwinked, allegory, analogy, bereavement, child, eulogy, imagery,
Form: Free verse