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Best Identifier Poems

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


Premium Member Ants On A Trail
Ants on a trail, saunder along
constantly move, chemicals guide

Cars upon roads, *SRID guides them
men's highways, signs, signal shows way

No ant pile-ups, no injuries
God guides with...

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Categories: identifier, nature, truth,
Form: Sijo



Premium Member Multiple Identity
My name is Jerry
what's yours?

I asked of the bus driver
who insisted on not caring
enough to unveil his cherished identity.

My friend Eduardo
calls me Geraldo
since learning my...

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Categories: identifier, feelings, humor, identity,
Form: Free verse
broken front tooth gum shun one
broke left front tooth
(true anecdote circa late 1960's early 1970's) prithee
which cold wintry temperatures re:
wheely jogged unpleasant event in axle all let tea

aye rem member...

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Categories: identifier, blue, health, hurt, identity, lost, memory,
Form: Free verse