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Best Iconoclasts Poems

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


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Annotated Achilles amends fallen frame amputees

Bulimic Barbies browse media monkey banalities

Cameo clouds cling to beaded breath curios

Dopamine dreams delineate check cash desires

Echo endophfins eulogize bullet...

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Categories: iconoclasts, analogy, beautiful, body, corruption, courage, culture,
Form: ABC



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Churches – fill with cameo believers,
He sits outside shivering in the cold,
Returning to the fold - self deceivers
Immune to fate - no battered cup...

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Categories: iconoclasts, christmas,
Form: Acrostic
PUPPY
Puppy!
She is one of a kind
A woman of reason and love
Purely ossified and ornate
Puppy! A mother of all people

Slender but not much,
She’s a figure of...

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Categories: iconoclasts, appreciation, thank you,
Form: Narrative
Catt-er
Echo blasts,

as it's all hunky-dorey in an iconoclasts contrasts,

displacement of my courageousness on a dumb-fast
tele~cast,

the resumed movement 28 days later wasn't even just as fast.

It...

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Categories: iconoclasts, age, america, grief, hindi, inspirational, jobs,
Form: Blank verse
The Open Road
There it is,
and swept along, the common wind
of everyday reality, leading
through the metaphysical and
to infinity. There, and just for us.

It is too soon ignored. Too...

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Categories: iconoclasts, allegory,
Form: Free verse



Just A Dream
Let me tell you about my dream 
My father said, putting me on his lap 
It was a dream that has always seemed
Too impossible and...

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Categories: iconoclasts, naturefather, nature, dream, dream, father, me,
Form: Rhyme
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I did not wish to sleep with old gods 
that stand trying to evoke the grey skyline of modernity

That preach on hummingbird wires 
that murmur...

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Categories: iconoclasts, desire,
Form: Free verse
Inherited Medals
Each of us is a warrior:
For earthly survival,
For the Lord of our soul.

What determines the time of service
For each individual warrior?
Conscription? Consumption?
Was this culprit a...

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Categories: iconoclasts, devotion, family, inspirational, life, loss, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
What Heaven Sent
I've walked at a peculiar
angle

As I've laughed at peculiar
circumstances

I've aged in the most peculiar
of vacuums

And went on to love in the most
normal of ways

I've worked...

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Categories: iconoclasts, life,
Form: Rhyme
What Heaven Sent
I've walked at a peculiar
angle

As I've laughed at peculiar
circumstances

I've aged in the most peculiar
of vacuums

And went on to love in the most
normal of ways

I've worked...

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Categories: iconoclasts, life,
Form: Free verse