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Best Hubs Poems

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

Cores and hubs
    Core or hubs…
Change the chains related our mental health.
Free our slaves of silks and all untied.
China ill reputes may take a...

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Categories: hubs, dark, self, evil, games, may, self,
Form: ABC

Hubs favorite thing
When my head becomes tired
My favorite place to rest
My head upon the soft curves
That make up your beautiful breast

Whether they are old or new
Whether they...

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Categories: hubs, body, feelings,
Form: Rhyme
Sickness in my Soul
 I’m in such a state of confusion,
I don’t understand what I’m doing
I know your there
And I know you care
But I can’t see you
I can’t...

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Categories: hubs, christian, confusion, fear, freedom, hope, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
My Bicycle
Once I had a bicycle,
A loving present from my grandfather;
Since I was his favorite granddaughter,
He granted my wish at a snap of my finger .


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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hubs, childhood, father, i love you, me,
Form: Narrative
The Outlander
I am an Outlander
Who lives on a high hill
Overlooking a man-made lake
That once was a rapidly rushing river
Along whose banks the Ozarks Bluff Dwellers and...

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Categories: hubs, change, childhood, community, history, home, journey,
Form: Ballad

Thoughts from the Mind of a Blogger

It was a chilly morning in paradise...

Autumn was already here...

A time for strange things to happen, as it is that time of year...

She was up...

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© kj force  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hubs, addiction, autumn, cat, character, dark, devotion,
Form: Prose Poetry
Ode to Squid, yours blue majesty
The extraterrestrial guest and sovereign of blue bloods 
and son of the most reverent ancient tribe and octopus’s cousin
you have been setting on emperor’s throne

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Categories: hubs, nature, planet, universe,
Form: Ode
versatile vapourisation
Mountains mourn a mildew. Such a deity of prowess. What a cumbersome lot those pickles. And oh look there, a pretty formation of moths in...

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Categories: hubs, dream,
Form: I do not know?
              A Bluemoon -RARE PHENOMENON


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Categories: hubs, people,
Form: ABC
Nature's tit-bits
Nature's tit- bits!

Gentle droplets of  rain
on the colocasia leaves
slide like glossy silver grain
wish these pearls my palm receives
and I weave them into a chain!


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Categories: hubs, art, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Is democracy mess
When we walk on the streets we love to spit or throw stubs.
Children walked with bare foot and takes germs to home,
We need to control...

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Categories: hubs, caregiving, education, people, social, education, life,
Form: Terzanelle
Freud Attacks

I seem to have forgotten
the purpose of civilization
we are to animals 
as animals are to a basket of forks
C.J. Jung as the UFO pilot
in "Freud...

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Categories: hubs, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
How much spin can you take
Heads spinning around and round,
Truth no longer first thing that springs to mind.
Integrity hanging on by a thread, as spin takes it out of orbit,

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Categories: hubs, break up, care, celebration, christmas, conflict,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Love Letter
Hope you care I remember you, heart of my heart,
(You aspiring young artists and poets at large),
Days I've left growing short, fewer balls in the...

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Categories: hubs, love, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member TAKING TIME OUT
Who is last to be served a meal
Who tends to the kids when they fall and squeal
Who transports kids like they're on a Ferris wheel

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Categories: hubs, children, parents,
Form: Rhyme
Exterminator's Lament
People and mice 
live together 
forever. Mice don't 
care. They just know 
what they like. 
tenant warm squats 
food hubs, 
babies' buvettes. 
They navigate...

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Categories: hubs, animal, cute love, death,
Form: Free verse
Fifty Frames A Second
Farewell to the order, cried in depth, 
A surface skimmed flat stone, 
For sure the past drinks slower breath, 
Cold-cocked and slow deflating; 
When the...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hubs, history, life, nostalgia, autumn,
Form: Blank verse
Divine, O Ganga
The holy and sacred river of India,
Starts its coarse and lumpy journey from the all mighty and staunchest Himalayas. 

Its creation and origin from the...

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Categories: hubs, beautiful, blessing, devotion, river,
Form: Prose Poetry
Lunching Vultures
He left the boat tied fore and aft on the windward side of the ramp
It was low tide and kelp covered most of the low...

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Categories: hubs, nature, people, social, boat,
Form: Blank verse
Dying Breed
As the metal that shone like lacquered glass
Corroded to rust;
As the pistons that moved like silvery silk,
Fell to halt;
As the engines that throbbed like teenage...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hubs, history, nostalgia, time,
Form: I do not know?
Loan Shark

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Categories: hubs, life, people, places,
Form: Rhyme
Varying tactics to deftest tongues, 
I find it a futile taxing of tired lungs; 
She hears finer tropes with disdain, 
And loves lips that deal...

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Categories: hubs, allegory, allusion, discrimination, wedding, women,
Form: Ode
Besides the CORONA: virus, that is
while the airports and hubs of urban & urbane wane
television saturates itself with virus & old wives' tales
the city is still steeped in sin -...

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© Anil Deo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hubs, analogy, bible, conflict, corruption, creation, sin,
Form: Verse