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Best Hub Poems

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


Life - The Hub
Over the years of enacting roles varied 
Daughter, sister, wife, mother flurried 
No panacea, this strife 
Bout of cancer, rife 
And it take 
Life! 
I...

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Categories: hub, cancer, death, life,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member - Love And Care -Collabration -


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Categories: hub, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member BEYOND NIGHT'S SKY



Farther than mantles of a pewter night,
Comets reel in their own immeasurable world
Past earth's sky,  gloaming through lattices
Woven by celestial bands... a grandeur
From a...

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Categories: hub, creation, world,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member FROM THE NEWSPAPER STAND

Along this foggy daybreak stroll,
I tread along the intersection
between Mabini Street and EDSA boulevard, 
crossing number 25 Ortigas Road.

I breathe in the same grain 
of...

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Categories: hub, introspection, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Wheel in September
I've startled a frog, who leaps in flashes.
He and a grasshopper zig-zag away.
The lawn whispers mildly, in tune with the sun,
Yet something's amiss--the air is...

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© Carol Mays  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hub, autumn, garden, mystery, nature, september, spiritual,
Form: Free verse



The Pirate's Life for Me
I starts me life as pirate, 
A grommet before age twelve,
Not an ordinary bandit,
High sea adventures me delve.

With a Letter of Marque in me han’
And...

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Categories: hub, adventure, fantasy, on work and working,
Form: Quatrain
Gandhi
Gandhi


What principle stimulated or stirred this Guy
Which Doctrine or what Teaching did he buy?

Sauntering on sandals and wrapt on his robe
Miles that he treaded traversed...

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Categories: hub,
Form: Couplet
Satan's Apple
I wonder if God hates cowards, for

My sins mushroom near Satan's apple

I live and die in my own filth

No human or angel treads 

Near my...

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Categories: hub, addiction, angel, fruit, imagery, lust,
Form: Free verse
Praying For A Flat



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Categories: hub, angst,
Form: Shape
If I Were A Stone


If I Were A Stone

If I were a stone…without a doubt I would be a lovely marbled granite…
the center of attention in a newly updated...

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Categories: hub, imagination, prayer, me, , memorial,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member THE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE
THE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE

In modern English people time, when the world was full of eminent joy, there lived a man of prestige who was...

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Categories: hub, culture, humanity, i am, identity, image,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member FOR THE LOVE OF HUMANITY
FOR THE LOVE OF HUMANITY

I have no back no front.
But, I can stand beside you.
I can be your friend -
Your ally in time of world...

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Categories: hub, america, appreciation, beautiful, birth, dedication, together,
Form: Verse
Premium Member When I'd first seen Her
 

When I'd first seen her
I thought oh my oh my, 
This is the face whose words
Wowed my thoughts to sigh

I'd have to say I...

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Categories: hub, boyfriend, girlfriend, life, people, places, sun,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Two Sights, And the Lessons They Taught Me
Upon a time, not so long ago
I saw these things, and locked them away 
In the treasure room of my memory:

One sunset, Apocalyptic in its...

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Categories: hub, imagination, introspection, mystery, visionaryme, universe,
Form: Free verse
GLISTENING GOKARNA
GLISTENING GOKARNA

This scenic beauty, a grand temple town
Seated in the Arabian Sea like a golden crown
Bedecked on its bosom the blue beaches festoon 
To name...

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Categories: hub, beach, beautiful, places,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Gnat
The spider Queen, aloofly vain!
She rules a silent ruthless reign,
with black-bead eyes like pearls of rain
that damp the depths of her demesne. 
  ...

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Categories: hub, nature, society,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Growing Aroma of an Asian Pride
A confined territory with created identity from a spanish monarch
since established, its badge with monkey eating eagles, large shopping malls;
tropical fruits and coconut, dense population;
Conus...

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Categories: hub, community, earth, education, environment, history, nature,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Night Watchman
The flame in contest combats the chill of the night
I see an old man in remembrance of his youth
his words gaped in jest if only...

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Categories: hub, family,
Form: Quintain (Sicilian)
Split Personality
Normally I am sober
Love to socialize
Never lose composure
Need no disguise

I am an IT engineer
I am a good husband
Clara my wife dear
Earns several thousand

We are a...

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Categories: hub, anxiety, change, conflict, family, psychological, suicide,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My strange Village
I live in a very small very old village
In England where everyone knows your name
But what makes the place rather odd
Is the locals who are...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hub, community, crazy, fun, funny, humor, places,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cyclops Moon
Cyclops moon's silver beams
piercing crowded misty dreams,
lonely stroll through fog filled trees
whispers heard on Autumn breeze,
side ways glances in the park
fill my thoughts of creatures...

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Categories: hub, evil, imagination,
Form: Couplet
The Land of Ours
You are captivated hundred years ago
Auctioned your innocent beauty
Tasted various blood that kissed on the land
Marked the scars of exploitations

Trampled your dignity!

Barrowed the freedom declared...

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© Elai Cee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hub, hope, poverty, society,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I WAS CHALLENGED BY A SILENT ONE



I WAS CHALLENGED BY A SILENT ONE

When stirred radiant sapphire talisman spurts,

idyllic rhapsodic dulcet beats, hums

the pragmatic leaves lifeless fall

causing a plethora of chrysalis show

where...

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Categories: hub, imagery, nature, symbolism,
Form: Verse
Think About It for a While
Thing About It for a While

St. James is determined to be demanding
Resulting in a mysterious misunderstanding;
At Midway and Two Eleven much wind blows;
Have heard there...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hub, humorous, simile,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Circus Is In Town
Come join the unraveling circus
quite soon to be passing our way,
with the clowns in a clamor to twerk us -
line up as they lead us...

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Categories: hub, humor,
Form: Quatrain