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Best Hundredfold Poems

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

Premium Member A Nightmare Come True
It started with one utterance 
that grew into a shout.
That cry grew louder in his ear.
He could not get it out.

The bellowing prolonged itself,
and then...

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Categories: hundredfold, confusion, cry,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member On Mountain Cold
He wed his fate on mountain cold,
Where now she kneels on blood-stained snow.
He journeyed far, his love to hold.
He wed his fate on mountain cold,

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Categories: hundredfold, romantic, sad,
Form: Triolet
Time Consumes Life
Just one more time, 
just one more breath,
 just one more moment to remember the past, 
lull in thy memories, 
breathe in thy essence, 

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Categories: hundredfold, depression, forgiveness, life, loss, lost love,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Daughter's Wedding Advice

An old woman once spoke to her young daughter
who was soon to be a bride.
The icing is not the body, but the spirit.

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Categories: hundredfold, beauty, blessing, courage, desire, devotion, heart,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member When Something Isn't Right
Have you ever had a nagging feeling that something isn't right ?
Now multiply a hundredfold, this represents my plight
The world laid out before you, on...

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Categories: hundredfold, introspection,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Redeeming Genesis
We have an enemy within called the ego
who prevents us from using our mind intelligently.
It hides deep within our heart
and emerges with regularity
to challenge and...

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Categories: hundredfold, humor, love, nature, philosophy, religion, integrity,
Form: Free verse
The Gorgeous Grape-Giver
And she came on an even with a basket of grapes
While her smiles reflected in the purplish drupe
She said “A treat for your melodious voice

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Categories: hundredfold, dedication, friendship, thank you,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Marigold
Like charcoal stain as thick as soot,
the leaves were crumbling underfoot,
and murkiness was manifold.

I stood, enveloped by a fog,
a lonesome figure in the bog,
and shuddered...

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Categories: hundredfold, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
Covenant Seeker
You promised me a hundredfold and more for them
The reward so oft is less than all my love for them
Except the little extra you threw...

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Categories: hundredfold, faith, me, me,
Form: Sijo
There is more than one value of a Browned-Coin
and no matter how hard it may be to accept and appreciate their worth
I unlike you
have decided...

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© AC Benford  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hundredfold, black african american, character, spoken word,
Form: Prose
He Died To Save
He came to save.
But the cross was the crux
Of the Father's dire demand.
So he went.

He came to give life,
But was lifted, left on a tree,

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Categories: hundredfold, spiritual
Form: Pastoral
As I See You
As I See You

Loneliness engulfed my being
Every time I remember the days
I was holding you in my arms
Caressing your fragile body.

Making you feel that I'm...

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Categories: hundredfold, father, loss, words, me, time, may,
Form: Free verse
A fallen villain;
Slayer of the innocent and lover of pain;
A gifted mystic who prostituted the endowments of Nature,
And thus drunk her  cup of fury...

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Categories: hundredfold, sorry
Form: Rhyme
In Praise of Termites
The termite culture's rich and vast, 
more so, sometimes, than humankind, 
with martyrs and mujahideen, 
and projects ponderous yet precise, 
and back-up plans, a hundredfold....

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Categories: hundredfold, nature,
Form: Rhyme
His Blessings
Moment soon the soul whimper,
                 Hesitate to touch mighty...

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Categories: hundredfold, social,
Form: Didactic
Divine Intervention
Ive been watching so long and seen so much

Ive seen everything you destroy with your deathly touch

Since the dawn of existence ive allways been here


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Categories: hundredfold, religionworld,
Form: Rhyme
The Simplest Joy
A treasure more precious 
Than gems or gold, 
And paid for by most 
At any price, 
What rejoices the heart 
A hundredfold: 
To see on...

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© Robert Uy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hundredfold, happiness, love,
Form: Couplet
Thy Sting, Thy Victory
Great is the reward
Of the pure in heart.  Their
Deeds done in truth

Will follow them
Into Life after
Life everlasting and
Life in this time.  They will


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Categories: hundredfold, devotion, faith, life, love, people, social,
Form: Acrostic
Whither Dysmorphia
There is no doubt that man has progressed far beyond his worth
The human race has earned its place upon this planet Earth
But think on this...

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Categories: hundredfold, body, planet,
Form: Free verse
the Druid Prince
From a Druid prince
where his bloodline lay,
he was destined to rule
the world some day.
From a distant hill you could
hear him bay,
the howl of a lonely...

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Categories: hundredfold, adventure, mystery,
Form: Rhyme
Vicarious Mold
Hewn with story untold
Towering mass cut then rolled
Bared, stripped leaving majestic mold
Surrounded with ringed truths manifold
Cored, its residual value poled
Branchless foil whose tender hath been...

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Categories: hundredfold, nature
Form: Rhyme
Collecting Tribute

Kings of the earth demand payment,
they are like horse leaches crying: give, give
Never are they ever satisfied,
never do we ever give enough
Rulers love to collect...

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Categories: hundredfold, religious, spiritual, tribute, truth,
Form: Verse
New Day Reborn.
Harmonious drudgery consoles
Broken heart battered,
Tender as it were. 
Overwhelming treachery
In her every word.
Powerless to resist,
Alluring charm, 
Never to be kissed,
Ravished in her arms.
Seductress oblivious 

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Categories: hundredfold, confusion, depression, girlfriend-boyfriend, imagination, lost love,
Form: I do not know?
Decaying Love Erases
Her hair so soft and shining, 
gleaming in the bright moonlight. 
Beckons my touch, calls, come touch me, 
but not just there for I want...

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Categories: hundredfold, girlfriend-boyfriend, love, passion, visionary,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Words
Words have started terrible strife that has torn the world apart.
Words have healed and comforted many a despondent heart.
Pleasing words are better spoken and received...

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Categories: hundredfold, on writing and wordswords, love,
Form: Rhyme