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Best Horridly Poems

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

Metallic Skin
“Metallic skin"
I dont lotion anymore
Such acts would soften an  amour now immune to abuse.

Its now 8'o clock and I can tell that mommy is...

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Categories: horridly, anger, betrayal, child abuse, fear, sad
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Not Another Nightmare
Horror squeezes my chest like pliers on a straw ...
There - out there in the black,
Something moved ... again ...
Just briefly, a flash of pale...

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Categories: horridly, fear, horror, mystery, night,
Form: Dramatic monologue
 A snow white flower shines in the soft light of a silent meadow. 
 The words that you speak I shall forever echo. 

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© Cayla Carr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horridly, death, history, hope, imagination, life, loss,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Sacred Energy
Fascism lives in tension with holy optimism,
as hatred fades in presence of mutual love,
as WinLose evolutionary models
give way to WinWin sacred Energy
stories and songs and...

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Categories: horridly, anti bullying, caregiving, education, health, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
Used Clothes
My daughter
The world has grown you 
Hastily Into a woman
As your blood flows

In my eyes
You are my daughter
The one whose little hand
I held on the...

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Categories: horridly, black african american, child abuse, clothes,
Form: Ekphrasis

Premium Member reply from the nonexistent
please tell me ...

what happened?
what dire damage have i wrought?
what did i do to ruin it, that friendship, rare?
you once knew me better than most...

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Categories: horridly, friendship, loss, memory, missing, missing you,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
A Token: Mysterious and Drowning in Anger Pt1
How often does it come to call?
How often does the sea breeze spray?
How often will she fall?
How many times will he ask her to stay?

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© me Me  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horridly, abuse, break up, dark, love hurts,
Form: Prose Poetry
I ran
Once again my fetid mind reminds me that I ran! 
I too horridly hate the thought of such thoughts but I ran, 
I ran from...

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Categories: horridly, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Quest, Maniacal

HELL ...
is a different place for each of us -
a many-chambered hall of horrors, sui generis ...
some make only a single, memorable visit,

Spending the rest...

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Categories: horridly, analogy, dark, introspection, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Onerous Ordeal
(strike while the iron's hot, else...
up prize cold hard steel Goldfinger
rewind: the following case in point).

Believe me you (stranger out there
along the information super highway),

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Categories: horridly, 11th grade, 12th grade, discrimination, golf,
Form: Dramatic Verse

A thousand years ago when I was very young

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Categories: horridly, angst,
Form: Quatrain
I Wanna Head Transplant
     Yup, you red correctly,
     this noggin must go
     perhaps donated

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Categories: horridly, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Under the Pier II

Why here?
     Why this way ... is it a message just for me??

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Categories: horridly, grief, loss, ocean, soulmate, suicide, true
Form: Free verse
Who am I
life in general can be 
things never seem right 
problems that can never be 
confusion sprouts up in my 
ideas turn to mush

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Categories: horridly, confusion, depression, fear, life,
Form: Free verse
Torn Skin
Torn Skin

Sitting in the darkness 
harmony of crickets chirping their mating call,
 muffled, time consumes life whence blazing blade,
 dazzling as it is, seduces body’s...

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Categories: horridly, girlfriend-boyfriend, loss, love, passion, sad, visionary,
Form: I do not know?
Why Does the Crow Cry
Many moons ago,
a languishing lamentation flow
carved a grievous path
in the red soil

Defying moral gravity,
downtrodden fallow weeps 
flowed upward   to the heavens
With river Nile...

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Categories: horridly, bereavement, native american, sorrow, truth,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Dare We Oppose Darkness And Its Long Dagger Clawed Hands
Dare We Oppose Darkness And Its Long Dagger Clawed Hands

I will not abandon my honor, life's sweet glee
nor in sad blindness dwell under that wicked...

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Categories: horridly, art, creation, deep, heart, philosophy, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Settling for Less

Oh, Lord, this is the worst thing
that we dot!
We will be lost at Sea, with
the rest of mediocre humanity.
Grousing, day and so hopelessly.
Why this and why...

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Categories: horridly, faith, god, religious,
Form: Free verse