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Best Icing Poems

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

Like Ice --- THE WALTZ
"Black Ice"

Sorrow flows from the first sunrise 
Eyes deeper than winter and rainfall
A painful combination never felt before 
At core death awaits

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Categories: icing, absence, allusion, color, dance, depression, lost
Form: Alliteration

If You Weren't Such a Nut Meg
She had so many chances
     Yet she kept muffin it up
Butter intentions were good
     Just not much...

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Categories: icing, food, fun, humor, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member - Beauty Is Looking Into Your Eyes And Seeing Your Heart -

Twilight has it's own wings and its own melody
Battles with the mystery of a sun setting horizon dawning hues 

Pearl white smile's from the moon,...

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Categories: icing, beauty, feelings, heaven, romance,
Form: Free verse
Thorns on roses
ticks, fleas on 
no help for the poor
snowball with no mittens
cereal that's milkless.
food with no taste
no seconds in minutes
elementary art without paste
artists with...

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Categories: icing, life
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member That Summer on the Lake
Finally, as afternoon sun splayed
through the picture window
onto wood floor and last pieces of furniture,
I packed that summer on the lake
into a box, mitering indigo...

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Categories: icing, color, imagery, nostalgia, summer,
Form: Free verse

The Gingerbread Family's Ordeal
I received a beautiful Christmas gift the other day,
it was so quaint and pretty but ate it anyway,
was a gingerbread house with a gingerbread family,

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Categories: icing, food, house, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Garden of Graces

Growing older is a garden of graces . . .
disgraces, wild goose chases, closed in places.
It is an imperceptible tottering of time on a
conveyer belt,...

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Categories: icing, meaningful,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member The Reunion
They came from as far a way as New York and Dallas Texas. The class of 1981 wasn't a large class, it was the very...

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Categories: icing, allusion, death,
Form: Prose
Scrumptous Birthday Cake (For "Dreamy Desserts" Contest Sponsored by: Linda-Marie Bariana)
(AKA - "Becca Baked My Birthday Cake")

Surprise!  Strawberry scents permeated the air.
Mountains of creamy pink lured fingertips.
Bewitching chocolate with fresh fruit inside, 
Luscious and...

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Categories: icing, family, food, holidaybirthday, fruit,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member The Dilettante Diaries: In Stasis, Black Iris
The Dilettante Diaries: "In Stasis, Black Iris"

Oriental Lily's 
Stamen bleeds 
blush ochre dust
like icing sugar
duelling tongues
sweet captive 

over stagnant 
white pure perfume
Stains soft feather fingerprints...

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Categories: icing, art, freedom, imagery, psychological, romance, sensual,
Form: Romanticism
Tea Party For Four
            Tea Party For Four

Two girls partake of afternoon tea
Under willow trees and pleasant...

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Categories: icing, adventure, celebration, childhood, children, drink, image,
Form: Free verse
Pillar boxes that stand open-mouthed
Waiting to be fed.
And plump ripe strawberries,
Dipped in sugar,
Smothered in cream.
Or just popped in your mouth
And squashed between your teeth

Buttercups that...

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Categories: icing, children
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What is Friendship
It's the comfy, over-sized sweater
that will never judge
the soft and cozy blanket
that will never count the fudge
The piping cup of cocoa
warm tendrils embracing your nose

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Categories: icing, friendship,
Form: Rhyme
Do You Hear What I Hear
Hail beats against the window,
Wind howls on without remorse.
Do you hear what I hear?
Winter's voice is blithely hoarse.  
Trees are glazed with icing...

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Categories: icing, holiday, seasons,
Form: Quatrain
To Finally See You
Grinding you in the coal black mortar of my expectations,
I know your substance is not one to powder under impact
And yet I work here, feverish,...

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Categories: icing, allusion, analogy, angst, change, hurt, pain,
Form: Free verse
Wasn't me mum honest- - tall tale contest

honest mum it wasn't me
I didn't take a nibble of the cake
it was just as I walked into the kitchen
I saw something move....mum....I did ...

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Categories: icing, child,
Form: Verse

Where would we be without sex 
Like coffee minus the sugar and cream. 
As Adam was before he knew Eve, 
With no purpose to dream...

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© Tom Zart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: icing, love,
Form: Rhyme
I Met Her Again
At the very edge of the rocky descend,
At the entrance to a peaceful haven,
At the open of the doors
by an angel with a charm,

With a...

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Categories: icing, absence
Form: ABC
Toxic Cake
Toxic Cake
       by Odin Roark

How drippingly fine
The words that coat
Such layered density 
Icing thick enough
To entice the fool
Along with...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: icing, political,
Form: Free verse
Why does the will i am hate Mr Jones?
Is it cause youre small minded Mr jones asks the many voices who once had 
repect counting the crows pecking the and gouging out their...

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Categories: icing, confusion, hope, introspection, people, sympathy, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bee's Valentine

"Bee's Valentine

Red Velvet Cake
hand fed 
Life's luscious lips licked
creamy icing thick
tongue tasted
sticky moist
fingers stroke
a heart’s strings
warm in a burning
dissolve on 
your tongue
Kissed naked

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Categories: icing, romance, sensual, valentines day,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member The Scent of Cinnamon Buns
The scent of cinnamon buns and childhood,
big, fluffy, soft, a tad sweet-  oh delight;
mother made the best so ooey-gooey and good,
warm from the oven...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: icing, childhood, memory,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Black Molasses

"Black Molasses"

Black Molasses 
holds to ransom 
sucked into 
Tropic of Capricorn mud
as bushfires bleed
sugar from cane
like molten glucose 
shot into the veins
of Mother Earth...

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Categories: icing, death, fire, world,
Form: Free verse
If We
If we were a beach
then you would be the sand, diamond warmth,
and I the shingle underfoot.

If we were a pen
then I would be invisible ink,

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Categories: icing, analogy,
Form: Free verse
where rainbows breathe
where rainbows breathe
(for the late Dorothy Collins, 1961-2015)
by ‘bro. zayid’

just chasing rainbows…
“And I ain’t seen a star that’s had your smile…
“I’m just chasing rainbows… 

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Categories: icing, bereavement, death, loss, love, memory,
Form: Free verse