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Best Hull Poems

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

Premium Member Life Spent All Alone
Life Spent All Alone 

I felt such joy when first my hull met sea.
'Twas years ago before my shattered shell
Was tossed and ravaged, fisherman and...

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Categories: hull, boat, death, deep, devotion, lonely, lost
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member Slave
Like a herd of cattle, placed on a ship.
Upon my back, I felt their whip!
Ripping into my flesh, excruciating pain.
Forced across the big water on...

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Categories: hull, courage, death, slavery, perspective,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Lighthouse On The Shore
There is a lady all dressed in light,
who stands above the jagged shore at night.
To guide the sailing ships to safer seas
and beg the wicked...

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Categories: hull, house, light, love,
Form: Sonnet
Along Dawn's Amber Shores
Dawn slowly awakened and pardoned the moon
Empty, the canopy where once stars were strewn
   In repose, Luna slept after wandering velvet skies

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hull, poetry, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bell's on the Wind
Bits and pieces
	bits and pieces
shattered ground writhes with the moon
soft the dirt still
	wet and warm
too soon
	too soon
		too soon

torn nails shred the bell cord
tin the sound...

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Categories: hull, horror,
Form: Verse

Premium Member The Color of Space
The Color of Space

His spaceship alit on a foreign world
deep in the midst of the outer space
two moons gazing down devoid of all air
he kept...

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Categories: hull, racism, planet,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pirate Of My Heart
It was the 17th century, and I was travelling with my family,
            We were...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hull, fantasy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Pirate's Lady
Crew of scoundrels, scalawags
Skulls and crossbones, on her flags
Hull held low by money bags
The fruitful Pirate's Lady

Upon her splintered deck they rove
Safely anchored, hidden cove

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© Joe Inka  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hull, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Sailor

Surely, no concept of Heaven, compares in object to this,
     The gift of fair winds and following seas, a taste of...

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Categories: hull, adventure, journey, joy, nostalgia, ocean, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member We danced in the downpour

We danced in the downpour

The rains falls
not hard, more of a drizzle
this late Winter night
leaning on the light post
across the street,
watching the light in your...

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Categories: hull, good night,
Form: Epic
She wore pineapple rings for glasses
She wore pineapple rings for glasses
and walked like jelly dances
I didn't rate her chances
She used to wee standing up
she cooked lemon a'la duck
won the lottery,...

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Categories: hull, fantasy, food, funny, crazy,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member The Last White Rose of Summer 2018
I watched it as it was born in the drenching rains of spring, 
Cool condensation drops left over from winter's cold, 
As it grew and...

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© W.C. Hull  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hull, flower,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Maiden Voyage
She leaves Southampton
This Titanic ship
Her maiden voyage
New York trip
Channel crossings to Cherbourg, France
To Queenstown in Ireland
Where passengers dance
To some, a new life awaits
The future...

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Categories: hull, history, life, loss, sea
Form: Rhyme
Sulu, Lock Phasers and Await My Command 2

Captain, sensors indicate a power surge
Resonating through their ship's body
I'm sure I don't have to remind you
They have their own Scotty

(the questioning me)

But where has...

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© The Fringe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hull, philosophy, spacefaith, fear, me,
Form: I do not know?
Burning Sins
It is for sure, not springtime here
Shorter days now how bare His trees.
And looking back draws eyes to tear
For waste and loss of all my...

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Categories: hull, faith, me, loss, loss, me,
Form: Quatrain


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Categories: hull, fun, nonsense,
Form: Limerick
Widows' Walk

She waits, and Oh so patiently!
every day she looks, ("Oh, might I gloat?")
for sight of that one trawler, 'The Forever,'
cresting waves, he, wildly cursing,
all the...

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Categories: hull, natural disasters,
Form: Verse
“Abandon ship and from her flee
Better her than all be lost to sea.”
“First Mate, be rendered silent,” is the captain’s plea
“Dear crew, I beg, depart...

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Categories: hull, abuse, growing up, life, metaphor, pain,
Form: Ode
When the rising tides of the storms of life assail,
My hope abides fastened secure to the Rock.
When the chilly waters cause my strength to fail,

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Categories: hull, christian, gospel, hope, religious, strength,
Form: Rhyme
Old Ironsides
Only silence dresses her rigging now
To the call of the bosun’s whistle
Her hatches now stand locked and secure
Where long past sailors once lingered
She is the...

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Categories: hull, history, inspirational, loss, mystery, time, visionary,
Form: Free verse
Ship of Doom
" Ship of Doom "

Ship of doom so sailed to sea ~
Dark her course... 'twas meant to be ~

Into seas this great ship sped ~

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Categories: hull, adventure, me, dark, fire, dark, fire,
Form: Rhyme
You've Won
The anger that from you seeps
All around your aura it does creep
Fingertips of darkness reach from within
To reach the contents of this lonely den

And burns...

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Categories: hull, lost love, love, sad
Form: Rhyme
The Captain
The captain’s eyes glow ruby red
Atop the steamer’s deck –
A rusted tin can set adrift
By rough Atlantic crests

A crimson emblem sanctions
This whaler’s floating tomb –

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© Nick Ruff  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hull, adventure, death, fantasy, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Two Spirits Watching The Ocean Of Turmoil
Life is like being a passenger on a luxury ocean liner 
 That is sails across a Sea of Turmoil.
 Passengers feel safe by putting...

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Categories: hull, boat, corruption, life, recovery from, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Suffer Fools Madly
With a sleep-living shuffle, they plod along
Apathetic senses, that don't notice it's wrong
Automatic living, with the brain turned off
My ideals of freedom, their conditioned to...

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Categories: hull, angst, mystery,
Form: Dramatic monologue