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Best Hyperventilated Poems

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


Hey, handsome...
My heart is empty, Jeffrey.
I’m standing here transfixed 
within the threshold 
of a vacant bedroom.
The air is still
but the delicate scent 
of your passing soul...

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© John Heck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hyperventilated, lossme, language, language, me, time,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member GIANTVILLISM AND CITY OF THE BEAN PEOPLE PART 2
JAKE’S PLAN OF APPROACH

Once Jack awoke, he began to plan his approach. As he was doing this, he noticed many things about the environment that...

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Categories: hyperventilated, appreciation, best friend, birth, business, celebration,
Form: Ballad
HYPHENATED AMERICANS
HYPHENATED AMERICANS

You have the biggies like Chinese-Americans
And Latino-Americans and German-Americans;
And miniscule groups like Armenian-Americans
Or   Bosnia-and-Herzegovinan-Americans;
But why do we never hear of  English-Americans,
Scottish-Americans...

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Categories: hyperventilated, funny
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Just Doin' My Translation Job
It's all frustratingly LeftBrain relativistic,
even nihilistic in its darker 
ruminating 
paranoid about chaotic outcomes form,
said Einstein's post-millennial ghost.

So its all synergetic fractal 4D equivalent SpaceTime,
said...

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Categories: hyperventilated, creation, health, humor, love, political, psychological,
Form: Political Verse
And what to choose
Coffee or tea?

Fragmented frogs frolicking fruitlessly freeing flavoursome fairy freckles,
But what of the speckled hound in the bin?
Well he growled,
He snarled,
The sole paw pilot pivoting,
How...

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Categories: hyperventilated, bangla,
Form: I do not know?



BFF
Last Night/ This morning

Last night...
Just a little sense of panic
one of those moments,
when everyone seems to have fallen away from you.
And in my delusion I...

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© Gina Young  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hyperventilated, friendship,
Form: Free verse
Let me sing for you
Let me sing for you
The nightingale told the red hearted hibiscus
With the golden lips
No, Sir poet, replied the common flower
Your lyric is complicated
And I get...

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Categories: hyperventilated, allegory, me,
Form: Free verse