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Best Huts Poems

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Premium Member Nepal's Daughters Isolation Huts
Asphyxiated and found dead
Raped and found dead
Unsure what happened, and found dead
Nepali women found dead

Snake bitten and found dead
Eaten by tigers and found dead
Left in...

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Categories: huts, society,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member The Verdict
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Categories: huts, society, war,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member EULOGY IN MY HEART


Out in the middle of a large farmland, I become a girl of old charm and unexpected songs again. Past the flanks where cluttered rows...

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Categories: huts, beautiful, grandfather, memory, nostalgia,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member By Now You Have Forgot' - To Whom It May Concern - Part 1
Remember all the Wise Men on their knees upon your yacht?
With orphans on their backs they’d crawled (with others that they’d brought)
Through rubble on the...

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Categories: huts, war,
Form: Monorhyme
Jungle by night 1
Jungle by night

In the far jungle
The big bear of darkness lay
Crouched all night on leafy ground.

It glared through eyes of
Oil lamps of far away huts.
When...

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Categories: huts, dark, nature,
Form: Personification



Premium Member Kind Woman, Womankind
Brutes, in name of God, to show their might,
fixed laws, that you’d succumb like measly sheep.
Womankind, kind woman, rise and fight.

Innocents of war with smiles...

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Categories: huts, people, political,
Form: Villanelle
October
Quench the sun with a clinging mist
And adorn the land with amethyst;
The grape already touched with frost
Finds clustered fruit will soon be lost.
The wind catches...

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Categories: huts, seasons, lost, lost,
Form: Rhyme
Cousin John
War is such an awful thing, 
insanity can sometimes bring, 
like my cousin the zippo man, 
who burnt the huts the squealing and,
 came home...

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Categories: huts, adventure, cousin,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member How ever,I rise
In your mind you conclude that
'this one is a dried bone'.
And you look at me as if am alone, 
But i have got back bone...

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Categories: huts, satire, future, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
The Sowing---Repost in honor of Black History Month
The Sowing


Upon the wind feasted hillside
The jagged edges of used rocks swell
With the fatless skin of babes and wenches 
Below a field of blood, no...

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Categories: huts, black african american, dedication, hate, history,
Form: Free verse
ANOTHER LEADER EMERGES
From sagging huts up in the hills, 
We watched the tourists flash their bills. 
They piled our harvest on their plates, 
While soup and scraps...

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Categories: huts, history, people, social, people, people,
Form: Rhyme
Der Sepik Fluss / The Sepik River
Endlos und überwachsend, der Urwald,
immergrün,
über dem dunklen Wasser,
Krokodile  im Abendlicht,
tauchen auf 
und verschwinden am Ufer.

Nebel,
der wie ein zartes Gespinst über dem Wasser liegt,
nährt das...

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Categories: huts, nature
Form: Verse
Rum and Coconuts
By sun-kissed sands on moonlit seas,
The ships are sailing in the breeze,
Around me rum and coconuts,
Calypso music, wooden huts,
My hammock tied between two trees.

Jack Horne...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huts, holiday,
Form: Rhyme
We came from Mars
Tracie ~*~ Indigo Dreamweaver
Contest Name	'New Beginnings

20 thousand and more years, then,
 We came away from Mars,
Gravity ships with field deflection,
Electromagnetic with the stars.

Come we then...

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Categories: huts, fantasy
Form: Ballad
Instruction
Instruction
by Michael R. Burch

Toss this poem aside
to the filigree and the wild tide
of sunset.

Strike my name,
and still it is all the same.
The onset

of night is...

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Categories: huts, extended metaphor, fantasy, happiness, hope, hyperbole,
Form: Pastoral
To the tune of Dust thou art and to dust returnest
(I still admire Shakespearean classic English as it sounded more poetic so I wrote this in that way)

O' man thou erecteth palaces, castles and courts
while...

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Categories: huts, death, grave, world,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Returning to My Childhood Yard

I walked to the backyard of my childhood home, and was surprised with a gorgeous garden.  No cinder pile, no tire swing, no cottonwood...

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Categories: huts, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
The Solitary traveller
Down the endless road I 
Walk.
The road of life or you 
May call it the road of 
Torment-but know I the 
Name.
Along I walk,the trees...

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Categories: huts, allegory
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Wakening
The world spins kaleidoscopic, a whorl of color in revolt.
Oceans quake malleable, molding into fissures of tectonic hunger,
ravaging the deep, stirring the primal need depressing
populations’...

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Categories: huts, allegory, childhood, computer-internet, history, hope, inspirational,
Form: Sestina
Premium Member 'The Wakening World
The Wakening World

A new world spins kaleidoscopic, a whorl of color in revolt.
Oceans quake, molding into fissures of tectonic hunger,
ravaging the deep, stirring the primal...

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Categories: huts, devotion, education, hope, mystery,
Form: Sestina
FACES OF STORM
TROPICAL STORM

midday darkness heavy
    rain pounds, winds howl---
           trees topple as huts...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huts, imagery, natural disasters, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Walk With Me
Come take a walk with me
let us stroll the savannah
I want to show you the beauty
to introduce you to East Africa

A land seeped in dark...

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Categories: huts, africa, magic,
Form: Epic
My Africa
MY AFRICA
 
A dusty street, commuters meet
A taxi crowded, a route decided
Street vendors sell, plastic from China
Fresh fruit, dead meat, flies from hell
A cellphone rings,...

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© John birch  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huts, africa, earth, people, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Amazon
Above the palms I scan the ebon night
With crystal stars reflecting in the dark
The yellow moon is shining on the boat
A crocodile swims by without...

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Categories: huts, vacation,
Form: Free verse
Ajoke
Ajoke
  ...... to my Ajoke,  to your ajoke
 
It was at oja ale I first saw you
Your smile that day ajoke 
Robbed me...

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Categories: huts, africa, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Ode