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Best Hurtled Poems

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

The Frog Prince - Part 1
A funny frog called Mr Snog,
once lived beside a slimy bog,
he was a most peculiar fellow,
his hat was red, his boots were yellow,
his waistcoat was...

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Categories: hurtled, allegory, fairy, humorous, metaphor,
Form: Light Verse

Premium Member Today's Culture


Rhett Butler said to Scarlett O'Hara
Frankly my dear, I don't give a damn
The movie industry hurtled a barrier
And American culture took a slam

In today's...

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Categories: hurtled, america,
Form: Rhyme
49 years past; a puppy was bought, picked up out of his pen on a pet shop floor;
he had honey brown eyes & an inquisitive...

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Categories: hurtled, adventure, memory, pets,
Form: Rhyme
Downhill Racer
The day was brilliant--Sol spreading diamonds in the sky-- 
When Kathleen and her father faced the slope, 
He with trepidation, she with hope.

They scanned the...

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Categories: hurtled, family, father daughter, humor, journey, snow,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Man and the Moon Prose Version
Sebastian looked at the moon, the source of his inspiration. When the Moon appeared in its silvery glory, he was profoundly moved to write. Sadly...

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Categories: hurtled, day, fantasy, home, moon, ocean, romance,
Form: Prose

Iron Horse, 1840
These grassy margins under sky of blue,
so peaceful. Then a rumble, sudden blast – 
can you stand your ground as the train roars through?

Here’s Progress....

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Categories: hurtled, history, nature, sky,
Form: Villanelle

The throb of heavy engines rises swiftly to a roar, 
The brakes released; the asphalt strip unwinds, 
Airborne - she passes low above the surf...

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Categories: hurtled, adventure,
Form: Ballad
Bright-Eyed Breathless
The bright-eyes breathless girl barefoot across fields,
Fading sun in her eyes and her straw hat clasped
With one hand, a sculpture of flawless definition,
Supple animation, spellbound...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hurtled, life, nature, passion, people, seasons,
Form: Verse
a couple's stroll
above an autumn's moonlit sky
'twas there in flight, a hurtled star
then visions land as from afar
what wants 'came focused on mind's eye
was it shining gold...

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Categories: hurtled, autumn, desire, dream, future, love, moon,
Form: Sonnet
Search engine of the soul
The shaking starts as I think of our past together, as the mental
machinery shudders into action, an organic search engine that chews
through the years looking...

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Categories: hurtled, dark, divorce, forgiveness, hope, hurt, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Me and The Zimmer Man - continuing on
Things were not advancing much

though we hurtled across the tar;

conversation was grinding to a halt

 & that was something

 I  needed desperately  to...

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Categories: hurtled, fantasy,
Form: Prose Poetry
Very well, my dear, she said through coloured glass,
Through teeth of blood and silver
As the doorway hurtled past;
I then stood on the front step, with...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hurtled, confusion, death, life,
Form: Verse
We Are Not Built To Last
HE: I felt so alive for a minute there. 
The moonlight struck your face.
Beauty fired my senses, arousing.
SHE: Tell me, I need to know you...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hurtled, life, love, time, love, me,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Accident -----
My poems are usually about light or dark or a mix.  


I saw the woman
sprawled on the ground,
her legs askew beneath her.
She was alive...

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Categories: hurtled, destiny,
Form: Free verse
Memories - LOL
Happy me! 
Dressed up in new pink sheath dress,
embellished with white sparkles.
Excited to flaunt it to lasses and lads.
Quickly walked out swaying my tress.

Inspecting eyes...

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Categories: hurtled, 10th grade, adventure, cheer up, childhood,
Form: Verse
Goodbye past hellow future
Goodbye past hellow future...
Everything that occurs under the shadow
of the sun, do come to an end.
End means new beginnings.
I swirled in your world,
without permission to...

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Categories: hurtled, africa,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Train Hooted
"On this tiny island we had one train from 1883 to 1931.  With increase in population, huge expenses and need for land, the train...

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Categories: hurtled, travel,
Form: Narrative
He stood upon the parapet
Tittering on the ledge
Giggling to himself 
And shuffling closer to the edge

For seven storeys down below
His wife and lover stood
He knew...

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Categories: hurtled, death, family, funny, husband, life, love,
Form: I do not know?
the militant florist
if nonchalant meant blithe unconcern
the militant florist arced the bouquet
through the air like some Olympian
athlete with the greatest chalance

the muscled biceps rotated smoothly
with grace and...

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© Goode Guy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hurtled, hope, love, passion, peace, people
Form: Free verse
To all the haters, to all the disbelievers, to all those who doubted me along the way. 
This is for you, I stood strong in...

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Categories: hurtled, courage, freedom, journey, life, me, me,
Form: Free verse
This August 26th 2018 rendition part i
This August 26th , 2018 rendition 
regarding previous literary endeavor
Wick End Up Date, Snippet Sans... 
...The Deadly Scourge   
...One Obsessive/Compulsive Disorder

(Never abating infiltrating...

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Categories: hurtled, 11th grade, 9th grade, lost love,
Form: Dramatic Verse
In An Instant

The station wagon hurtled 
through the grey of early morning; 
a sudden dash of red betrayed a robin. 

A rabbit dodged the churning wheels, 

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Categories: hurtled, philosophy,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Not Yet Mr Robin
Mr. Robin arrived on Spring's early Tide
Of mid-March born to a chill wind born

From his wing dropped a feather
Foretelling milder weather
  Yet those slants...

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Categories: hurtled, bird, earth, spring, winter,
Form: Rhyme
As I was walking, 
I crushed a midge with my
Newly coloured lips –
The same lips I once kissed you with.
After a pondering second, I...

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Categories: hurtled, angst, life, lost love, sad, teen,
Form: I do not know?
The Tree
At 50 miles the tree approached 
My foot stomped on the brake 
We hurtled through the sunlit air 
And curled up like a snake. 


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Categories: hurtled, faith, history, life, car,
Form: I do not know?