Best Idealised Poems
Below are the all-time best Idealised poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of idealised poems written by PoetrySoup members
Painting A Dream
idealised, allegory, dream, symbolism,
This picture, quietly serene,
May be of some familiar place,
An idealised and surreal scene
Which memory lingers to embrace.
How soft are those blue leaves afar,
And, in the...
Finding The Plot
Finding the plot
Of lost innocence
engrained in untold memories
The silenced absence
in past present unspoken
stories well hidden
and therefore evoking
my past and my future
not mine and mine
Assemblage and mixed-media arts,
imagine a world without a waste,
Salvation mountains, acrylic colourful carts,
Sculptures and installations put with taste,
Self assessment of the deep inside,
The Unknown Poet n' the Lover with an Immortal Heart (Part3)
idealised, adventure, angst, death, devotion, forgiveness, loss,
Yet my soul senses the passion n’ desire of your heart was composed in the language of love
unto lust that I could never poetically...
The day I die
idealised, death, deep, lost,
The day I die is when I see the light
my body lit on my pyre
my ashes one with stardust again
into the wind it blows...
idealised, imagination, life, love, me, romance, me,
Once upon a time...a female aquaintance asked me if I could write a piece that
represented a fairytale, idealised-type view of romance from a female...
idealised, life, love, passion, green,
The blind have led the blind
too long, a glint of kerosene
sparked a forest fire, razing
wheat fields to the ground.
Corn that burst...
Love Is Unlike...
idealised, lost love, love, nostalgia, sad, time,
Love is unlike the game of chess,
as time moves on it matters less,
in absence, fonder grows the heart
of someone else less far...
I Am Sorry
idealised, betrayal, emotions, first love, heart, heartbreak,
I do not know?
I expected you to walk away,
You walked towards
The forgiveness visible in your eyes
Not knowing the extent of my error
I fell apart; you held me.
To be so big with the world at our fingertips
To be so small when the world cannot hear
What can be the right words for departing...