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Best Hypothermia Poems

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

Sometimes the world is a mystery,
sometimes it’s painfully clear.
There’s times the world gets so cold
that it will freeze up your tears
A coat of wealth might...

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Categories: hypothermia, analogy, drug, lost, pain, perspective,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member WINTERS END

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Categories: hypothermia, life, loneliness, longing, love, recovery from,
Form: Epic

When out walking it started to snow
I’d forgotten to take my chapeau
With nothing on my head
Got frozen, soon lay dead
Hypothermia killed me you know!

As I...

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Categories: hypothermia, clothes, death, irony, snow,
Form: Limerick
preferable pain
Different pains can be preferable
Though all hurts
Though all hurts deep
There are different 
Stinging, high pitched and sour screams
Burning, low boiled growling
Sharp, a swift high...

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Categories: hypothermia, analogy, depression, sad, self, sick, silence,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Homeless
Whoever finds themselves alone,
To make their bed a slab of stone,
Goes there but for the grace of I
To contemplate the reason why.

Who knows the journey...

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Categories: hypothermia, care, deep, loneliness, lonely,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member I Remember - 1
I remember…
The long rocky finger I lived on that stretched
out from the mainland in the Bay of Fundy and
the soggy little white house covered in...

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Categories: hypothermia, childhood, nature, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member On Being Here Now
Our body is only a cloak,
seek the one who has dressed you,
heed not the dress.

My form dresses our shared purpose,
I seek this SuperEco who has...

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Categories: hypothermia, creation, earth day, nature, philosophy, science,
Form: Free verse
The first time
The first time my mother watched Titanic, she cried. Though, who could blame her when Jack would condemn himself to hypothermia and my father couldn't...

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Categories: hypothermia, heartbreak, high school,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Magic Mushroom
Aroma lingers
within the encasing bastion,
aisle upon aisle haunts the ancient catacomb
that is home to the decisive many.

User friendly ecstasy
depending on Fahrenheit fifty two,
this golden age...

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Categories: hypothermia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wilderness Survival Tip - Fire
As a talisman around my neck, I wear a glass magnifier.
Now where ever and whenever there is sun, I can make myself a fire
and cook...

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Categories: hypothermia, fire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member High Beams
Love matures,
optimally co-arises,
to fill a vacuum left by former fears 
about shortage of time,
sub-optimal outcomes.

High pitch synergy
swells toward Beloved Climax Community
as fears and anger about...

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Categories: hypothermia, creation, culture, death, destiny, fear, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Smooth Big Cat

"Smooth Big Cat"

He was one of those guys you just knew would be a dud. "Be nice", she said to herself.

She met him on the...

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Categories: hypothermia, adventure, muse, mystery, romance,
Form: Narrative
Frost bitten plants 
fall from hypothermia:
My garden has died...

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© Ijm seven  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypothermia, character, death, weather, winter,
Form: Haiku
We all scream for ice cream
Icy, chilled on the ivory
melting in the harbor
from the tongues warmth
but forces cranial hypothermia
thoughts frozen solid, pain
escapes through cartilage
frozen treats adored but
dreaded from it entering

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Categories: hypothermia, food,
Form: Free verse
An Empty Bassinet
Anguish paints the mask.
Choking on dysphoria
begrimes a collapsed heart.
Hypothermia sets in
when squeezing the color blue.

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© John Heck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypothermia, angst, loss, on writing and words,
Form: Tanka
That is My Psychological Diagnosis
Skin pale white,
her hospital gown,
a moth filled wedding dress.
straps and shackles tie her down 
like a corset;
more buckles and ties than Harry Houdini.
she frantically turns

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Categories: hypothermia, depression, life, sadhair,
Form: Free verse
Right the message through out the halls,
Scream it at the top of your lungs.
Through the echo we hear the call,
And because of our braveness it...

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Categories: hypothermia, freedom,
Form: Sonnet
Dark Scenario
It is growing dark now
The air outside is cold 
It is near the end of a winter day 
Inside I'm warm 
I have shelter 

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Categories: hypothermia, giving, humanity, poverty,
Form: Blank verse
Dress Warmly
"Dress Warmly" is a children's song, sung to the tune of "Row, Row, Row Your Boat".

Dress, dress, dress warmly-
It's a winter's day.
Wear your hat, your...

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Categories: hypothermia, childrenchildren,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CIPA
CIPA or Congenital Insensitivity to Pain with Anhidrosis
is a genetic disorder very rarely found among us.
They afflicted with this disorder have a damaged gene
and as...

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Categories: hypothermia, death, healthpain,
Form: Rhyme
What A Wonderful Imitation of Love
Raindrops upon the asphalt
Stain my camera lens as it stares at the moon
I lack a jacket and the wind is strong
Would it be cool if...

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© Derek Chos  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypothermia, anxiety, conflict, hate, pain,
Form: Lyric
   It insults the-
primitivism. Hypothermia, you
   become cold-blooded.


   Fractured limbs.

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Categories: hypothermia, art,
Form: ABC
through the ice
two teenage boys had gone ice fishing with their fathers way up north
where isolation is the word of the day &
the snow is so deep...

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Categories: hypothermia, life, father, snow, father, fishing, friend,
Form: Free verse
Deep Freeze December 2017
No doubt an Eskimo as fabulous breeze
feeling in their element with style, elan 
   while snacking on crackers and cheese  


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Categories: hypothermia, earth, environment, fate, humanity, nature, new
Form: Narrative
Winter In Sweden

Below zero in a refrigerator,
I sat in a fetal position,
Trembled like a wet wren,
Yearning to feel the blazing flame of summer.
Teeth chatting with those brain...

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© tri tran  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hypothermia,
Form: Narrative