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Best Huddled Poems

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


Premium Member May it be an Evening Star of Peace - In Collaboration with our PS community Poets
Like the Evening Star guided ancient mariners through calm or troubled seas
Let it guide and help spread this message of Peace to the far ends...

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Categories: huddled, beautiful, peace, star,
Form: Verse



Premium Member From Dovecote Hill
FROM DOVECOTE HILL

From Dovecote Hill, my thoughts spill down on drowsy mill-town streets
and run the maze of alleyways where once my youthful feet
traced winding paths...

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Categories: huddled, home, memory, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Threshold of Madness
The cold hand of Winter swiftly approaches
Its icy breath paints frost on my window panes
Nearer my threshold, Death now encroaches  

Blood is slowly chilling...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huddled, death, fear,
Form: Terzanelle
A Former Great Nations Squandered Wealth I
Swept up into piles; everywhere 
Abouts; in collected heaps all 
Around.              ...

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Categories: huddled, philosophy, senses,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member STREETLIFE
I’m on my way into the grocery store
when I see him huddled near the shop doorway
In his outstretched hand
an empty coffee cup
I throw in a...

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Categories: huddled, environment, society,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Desert Dreaming
A violent scene lay before me
Huddled in death, there’s Ella, Mary-belle, everywhere I could see
Swollen tongues, sunken eyes, frail bodies strewn in the hot powdery...

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Categories: huddled, anxiety, nature, suicide,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Little Puff Puff and the Magic Castle- Part 2
Thus we follow little Puff Puff brave and true,
For the Castle of Magic was within her view…
She will journey far under the skies of blue,
When...

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Categories: huddled, 1st grade, character, children,
Form: Rhyme
Well of Souls
How many souls live on the edge,
Between the gutter and the ledge?

A hopeless fear crawls in their gut,
Each day, another endless rut.

The moments pass profoundly...

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Categories: huddled, culture, discrimination, imagery, inspiration, journey, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Small Gifts God's Work
small gifts - 
contributing to other's happiness? 

# show me a man or woman of simple mind
people who we commonly term as slow #

point out ====>
people 
of simple...

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Categories: huddled, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Fine Flavor between lines
Is it Love
a simple bowl of ice cream
sweating from the heat
cherries on the top
huddled 'round and looking sweet
two little wooden paddles
pretend that they are spoons
as...

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Categories: huddled, food, funny, humorous, nonsense, romance, sexy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Nice Day for a Funeral
Written by Gail DeBole
In memory of my grandfather

Nice Day For a Funeral

I
(You were always old.  I can't remember a
time when you were not.)

Cried
(And you...

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Categories: huddled, death, family, funeral, tribute,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Burning Daylight
They are lined up along the long hallways
wheelchairs protruding, blocking the corridors.
The aroma of antiseptic spray attempts to mask
the pungent smell of body odors.

The loud...

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Categories: huddled, age, time,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Paint A Picture Black and Gray
Pull out the easel
   set the canvas positioned long and slender clean slate.
Sketch the figures huddled and dark bound hostage
   to...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huddled, africa, art, dark, grief, horror, humanity,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Bruised but not Broken
your wings aren't broken,
just bruised and singed  
from holding them to tightly 
against a burning breast of sin
the journey must have been a grueling...

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Categories: huddled, hope,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Entwined



I was strolling                     I was...

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Categories: huddled, first love, romantic,
Form: Shape
After the Abortion
Another would-be life slips down a hospital sluice -
a mangled tangle of tissue, a broken bouquet of limb buds.
Carmine carnage reduced to simplistic statistic.
But these...

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Categories: huddled, abortion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Halloween Helpless
There they come,
I see them from my window
Although it's very dark
The streets lights make them glow
I closed and locked each shutter
As it seems like I’m...

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Categories: huddled, fear, halloween,
Form: Rhyme
The Withdrawing Room
Unrhymed tercets

The Withdrawing Room

Huddled together in this abstemious grey chamber
no windows or means of escape walls closing in
trapped where the un-sanctified transactions are made 


Daunting...

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Categories: huddled, abortion, bereavement, courage, emotions, sad love,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Dancing Tree
Long long ago in a lonely lovely hill
When earth was young, handsome and green
Besides the meadow near the curly winding flow
There stood a tree proudly...

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Categories: huddled, 1st grade, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Intransigent Lure
Full red moon, allure and intrigue.
No one could stop me when those reddish beams
Shine through my window.
Like a somnambulist, I dress as I know how,
A...

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Categories: huddled, addiction, conflict, dark,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member We Girls
Each daisy’s a piece of the moon,
Strewn on the welcoming grass,
Waiting for fidgeting fingers to pass
And weave it in bangles and bows,
Those are not alleys,...

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Categories: huddled, children, fun, giggle, girl,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Diary of a Child in Trinidad

I remember the land of drums I was born
  bedded beneath great hangin' nets,
       the sound of the...

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Categories: huddled, childhood, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
11-9-2016
11-9-2016

On Election night, twentysixteen
I saw a strange and surreal scene
I looked cross the great harbor at Lady Liberty that night
And I knew right away, something...

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Categories: huddled, allusion, discrimination, fear, history, immigration, patriotic,
Form: Dramatic Verse
My Winter
Huddled over that old black radio
waiting for the final announcement
School canceled tomorrow!
Bedtime? We actually have to SLEEP?

Where am I? Is that light coming from...
No-No! Don't...

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Categories: huddled, nostalgia, snow,
Form: Free verse
Cowboys
A man named Ben stood on a slope looking at the gates of hell,
He swore they’d never turn back, him and his best friend Del.
They...

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Categories: huddled, adventure, best friend, courage, scary,
Form: Rhyme