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Best Hungrily Poems

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


Heaven Sent - Tim Smith and Seren
Written by Tim Smith and Seren Roberts

Across the room I slowly walk 
Hips swaying, smile in place 
Sensually I use my body to talk 
Holding...

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Categories: hungrily, sensual,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member FLORIDA NATURE
Blending in so beautifully in the endless everglades
The heron waits patiently

The warm wind ripples the water
He waits regally

Standing still like a statue in silent blue...

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Categories: hungrily, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member LET IT FLOW
Rivulets of crimson blood
Ooze tantalisingly from the gaping wound on her neck
He drinks hungrily, savouring every salty drop
Dracula wraps his black cape around his shoulders
Fleeing...

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Categories: hungrily, dark,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hope's Storm -'The Dreamer' Final'
Part 4 ~ 
Finale of the story that started in my earlier Video ‘The Dreamer’~ Thank you. 

Gerard ~
‘Hark, there it is ~ a deep...

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Categories: hungrily, hope, storm,
Form: Narrative
Abused
It could have been a beautiful memory to write down

Walking hand in hand with mama

My long brown french pleats  bouncing in the wind 

My...

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Categories: hungrily, abuse, child,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Loneliness


Inside this Gothic womb, now but only a cold cavernous hollow
the votive flames steal away in puffs of smoke
as I kneel, atom-like, lost in loneliness.
Alabaster...

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Categories: hungrily, dark, emotions, loneliness, pain,
Form: Free verse
Kittens In The Barn
Kittens In The Barn

He stops and removes his boots before opening the door.  He enters the kitchen and smells the familiar aroma of morning...

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Categories: hungrily, animals, people
Form: Narrative
Seasonal affected disorder

Awake in the darkness, curtains are not drawn,
sky a deep Prussian blue, with no sign of the dawn.
Daybreak six fifty-five, two more hours to go
'till...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hungrily, autumn, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Poet, No Longer Will I Sup at your Banquet
My eyes were sorely struck when once they perceived
verity in your insightful words. Oh, how they grieved
when you chose to kneel low enough to kiss...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hungrily, poets,
Form: Rhyme
the Girl Who Ate the National Park
Today I present an old poem, written at least a decade before "Doubts". What this poem lacks in poetic format, and style, it reaps in...

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Categories: hungrily, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Translation of Wen Hairy Met Tarry
Somebody suggested I write the tale using the correctly spelled words because my story (below here in the Homophone contest) is simply too distracting to...

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Categories: hungrily, fantasy,
Form: Couplet
Melanoma
 
	Where the sun beats on dry cracking plains like an anvil. Where Winter’s frozen fingers strangle growth. Where sweaty shirts cling to mortal skin....

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Categories: hungrily, life,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Adieu - Part 1
Do you remember?
We lay in the moonlight, exhausted and content,
Moments from perfection, skin glistening with moisture,
Salty and sweet from love - love so amazing
That it...

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Categories: hungrily, heartbreak, love, passion, romantic, sad love,
Form: Free verse
Turn Around
Daybreak in a foreign land

Sights so bright

Drenched in history

The sun sparkling through the morning mist

 Vision blurred by squinted eyes

A silhouette draping a wooden bench

The...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hungrily, beauty, dream,
Form: Free verse
My Favorite Poet
Doth it not thrill thee, Poet,
Dead and dust though thy art,
To feel how I press thy singing
Close to my heart?

As though they were dried palm...

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Categories: hungrily, on writing and words, sensual,
Form: Epic
Premium Member The Air of Indifference
          The Air of Indifference


Tree limbs grasped hungrily at idle air
hawks, with weary wings, shared calms...

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Categories: hungrily, hope, symbolism,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member He Has My Heart
 
There is a painting at the art gallery,
That I have a very strong affection for;
It is a man who calls to me from the...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hungrily, art, longing, lust, passion, romance,
Form: Verse
Premium Member FACETS
She was all that and much more
  The child with the smiles and the braids
    White dresses, friendly nods and compliancy
...

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Categories: hungrily, beautiful, emotions, life, love, strength, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Days of my Youth
From the top window of the tower
I surveyed my vast kingdom
sprawled far and wide,
a patchwork quilt of 
rubble-walled fields
adorned in vibrant hues
matching the glow of...

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Categories: hungrily, memory, youth,
Form: Free verse
High
You know when you are up so high
Watching the clouds mingle with sunset 
Sitting with two lovebirds defiant of age
Constantly listening to the tantrums of...

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Categories: hungrily, feelings,
Form: Free verse
Driven to Distraction
Driven to Distraction

Can’t help it
Can’t do anything about it
An innocent photo
Fantasizes
Her word repeated
Re-read and re-initiated
Touches
Swims me through 
Her soul
Finds my spirit
Traversing the spaces
Hanging with kisses

She...

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Categories: hungrily, fantasy, loveme, me,
Form: Free verse
INCONSTANT BELOVED
At eventide,
Under the roseate glow
Of the receding evening sun
I sauntered down the road
To where my beloved dwell
Not far-off from my own abode

Fast by his threshold...

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Categories: hungrily, betrayal, break up, feelings, heartbroken, lost
Form: Ballad
the Clown's Monologue
I am a clown: silly, simple clown. 
People do laugh at me: I often wonder why. 
They call me 'fool' when I am being honest,...

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© Max Brown  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hungrily, home, life, longing, money, nostalgia, travel,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Sleepwalking, Or Not
I stirred and heard him crying in my sleep
and felt a thrill at that familiar sound.
My body up and on my feet, I walked
and at...

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Categories: hungrily, sleep, surreal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Eternal Embrace
it was a happenstance meeting and perchance my destiny,
my fate or maybe it was to be my doom-
I had been walking the woods alone and...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hungrily, death, love, scary,
Form: Free verse