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Best Horrendous Poems

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


Premium Member I Think Of You - A Horrendous Night - 0

I Think Of You - A Horrendous Night (Part 0)

Two a.m....
I open my window 

...a crack,

the dark is blinding.

It is a severe cold outside 
a...

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Categories: horrendous, introspection,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Just Desserts
I was at my favourite restaurant and I'd had a lovely meal,
if I finished all my food then a pudding was the deal
I’d relished every...

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Categories: horrendous, food, funny, humorous, rude,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Counting Seconds-The Rewrite

i sit lonely. 

the crowded restaurant is thick with sound 

i pick away at it 

moving back into the stagnant silence 
of my own comfort

the...

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Categories: horrendous, mental illness,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Passion
you                 don't            know 


my                  ...

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Categories: horrendous, passion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Darkness Where Now Poe And Raven Reside, Part Two
Darkness Where Now Poe And Raven Reside,
(Part Two)

Song over, Poe told demon band to leave
And then pointed to the now empty stage
Wretched souls, look as...

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Categories: horrendous, conflict, courage, dark, death, evil, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Paris the 13th
Paris the 13th

Tears, my tears fall to wine
As I can not comprehend this horrendous crime
Men filled with such spiteful hate
Islamic teachings seal their fate
Kill and...

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Categories: horrendous, death, dedication, freedom, humanity, november, obituary,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member THE CHRONICLES OF A PHONOPHOBIC
                        ...

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Categories: horrendous, fear, life, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bah Humbug
Bah! Humbug!  It’s that time of year;
I can’t understand the reason
why everyone is so full of cheer
just because it’s the Christmas season.

The traffic on...

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Categories: horrendous, christmas, humorous, loneliness, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A BUSH FIRE
A BUSH FIRE  
               
One scorching afternoon,
A sudden splintering sound...

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Categories: horrendous, animal, fire,
Form: Rhyme
I Had a Martini: Ok, Maybe Four
It'd been one of the most bizarre days; downright crazy
so I had a martini, maybe four, so things got kinda hazy
I fumbled in my wallet...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horrendous, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member From Weeping Tears, No Longer Shall Joy Find In Heart Anything,poets dedication series
Part Three of the Sixth poet honored
(Emily Dickinson) in famous poets dedication series

(3.)

From Weeping Tears, No Longer Shall Joy Find In Heart Anything

Creeping thick fog...

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Categories: horrendous, appreciation, art, creation, meaningful, poetess, poetry,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Corona Virus COV-19
CORONA VIRUS (COV-19)

The Black Death, or bubonic plague, which happened nearly 700 years ago, (in the three year period of 1347 to 1351 in which...

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Categories: horrendous, anxiety, death, faith, fear, holocaust, horror,
Form: Narrative
lift ME
Speak to me words of happiness today
Reap what you sow for my utter dismay
It's incredible how time flies nowadays
It's indescribable - this emotion I held...

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Categories: horrendous, emotions, endurance, hope,
Form: Free verse
Be of Good, Compassionate Courage
Dandelions…
They flutter, now I see
Fiery lions…
They're dancing with me
Sunlight…
Come out and shine down 
Moonlight…
Shun out my darkened frown

I am the infinitesimal stars in the tranquil,...

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Categories: horrendous, confidence, courage, encouraging, endurance, hope, muse,
Form: Free verse
Hope for Humanity
Just read a tale of 
   a horrendous murder in California
Makes one lose faith in humanity
My uncle saw the 
   death...

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Categories: horrendous, holocaust, hope, humanity,
Form: Concrete
Freedom Struggle: India
What do you know,
About the rule of British?
It is not a rule
For Indian`s to cherish!

It started decades ago,
They began with trade
And then slowly,
They began to...

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Categories: horrendous, appreciation, august,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Hill
On a bright sunlit morning, washed brilliant with clover,
the day was alive with complacency, as color.
The day had no reason to quiver off course.
A cat...

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Categories: horrendous, angst, earth, natural disasters, sad,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Boxes and crates


I have felt the rain
I have bared witness to such horrendous pain
I have died a few times over
I have hidden inside a smile

The fresh scent...

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Categories: horrendous, heart, introspection, romantic,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member IN RESPONSE TO MY FIRST POEM FOR CONTEST
Original Poem Just Desserts

I was at my favourite restaurant and had a lovely meal
If I finished all my food then a pudding was the deal
I’d...

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Categories: horrendous, food, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
The Catterfairy contest
Have you ever seen a catterfairy?
Many found her to be quite scary,

She came out of her cocoon others said to soon
And only part of her...

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Categories: horrendous, animals, fantasy, children, hope, imagination, body,
Form: Personification
Where do I come from



From my mother's womb I yelled into the room,
mattress on the living room floor,
my bro I replaced as the youngest, his face
as he screamed and...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horrendous, humor, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member One Devils Silent Scream
One sleeps
	The other cries

One wakes
	The other dies



One slumbers as a nervous moon weeps
The pain slowly creeps and ebbs away

One wakes at the rising sun
Torment invades,...

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Categories: horrendous, angst, anxiety, art, horror, introspection, pain,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member WHAT
WHAT?

black
black crows
on a fence
in a cornfield
flying round my head
so many black     black  crows
what could it possibly mean?
an omen of disease...

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Categories: horrendous, nature
Form: Etheree
Premium Member NEXT CHRISTMAS IT WILL BE SO SO DIFFERENT
Another Christmas day is finally here
The very thought fills me with such fear
I have to try and control my old Aunty Mable
Once she hits the...

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Categories: horrendous, christmas, family, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
It was dark - poem to keep you awake contest
It was dark in the Air Raid Shelter
Water underfoot
Candles had long since extinguished
But the battle raged  all night

Mrs Brown
She's the nosey one
Had peeked though a chink
Sky...

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Categories: horrendous, war,
Form: Rhyme