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Best Idiosyncrasies Poems

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These We'll Yet Destroy
Two owls charmed me
moments before I embarked
on the hours of industry to come.
Their silhouettes were dark and secretive,
their voices wistful and low.
I had a moment...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, environment,
Form: Free verse

Prophecy of Sand
Men, they say

We have been subjugated by their culture and rules
The norms and the religions of masculine fools
The laws and the clowns
The world one day...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, dedication, divorce, history,
Form: Free verse

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, people,
Form: Curtal Sonnet
My Oppressor and I
The parched sycamore leaf
Walked across the patio
Past the portal of my dwelling

The alder slab was immobilized
By a decorative door stopper
Arranged to let the warm
November day...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, allusion, books, how i feel, imagination,
Form: Free verse
You Are Unique
Everybody is different,
nobody is perfect...
but that's what makes
our very existence so wonderful.

It's the little imperfections
and adorable idiosyncrasies
that truly define who we are.

Our time on Earth

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, angst, confidence, identity, inspiration, suicide, wisdom,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member the lady down the lane
slap you with a word
then, cross arms and wait
that's how she'd get you ... Grace Cleaves
out-of-the-blue idiosyncrasies that she'd notice in you
laid quite flatly in...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, appreciation, friendship, loss, memory, nostalgia, woman,
Form: Free verse
Having been on my own 
for the past ten years 
I suppose I am set in my ways
If I’ve no planned routine
at the start of...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, family, friendship, solitude, space,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Eccentricism

Dick has a problem I don’t have.
He is a man.
As that I am female, Dick infringes through ignoring what is right.
He relates to homosexuality whims...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, community, conflict, courage, culture, future, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Elemental Answers to Being
Beside Every Iridescent Node Grows
Beauty, Eyeing, Instigating, Nodding Gracefully.
Bounty Energizes Inundating Nascent Growth.
Brilliant Emerald Ignites Newborn Grains.

Bathers Each In Nuance Gather.
Beyond Eternity, Infinite Night Gropes....

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, life,
Form: Verse
Chasing the Internet
The internet is like a ball
Should be passed on to other people
An understanding, my little son shared
Ideal speed most of us desired

Trawling through the internet

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, absence, computer, internet, life, psychological, social,
Form: Rhyme
Letter to taeljejohn
uncomfortableness, and hesitation arose that you might reassess a possibility for friendship or.... whatever with me.

A disappointment set in place in the event that based...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, angel, beauty, devotion, friendship, history, introspection,
Form: Narrative
A Personal Prayer
Lord let me walk more gently and quietly today 
Down this road of life you’ve placed me on.
Give me the strength and courage to smile...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, prayer, universe,
Form: Free verse
Slam the Slam, Shall We
We are all born 
To a world seemingly full of interesting diversity
But why do we slam each other
Instead of accepting and living together
Do we not...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, community, creation, dedication, growth, international, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
The breeze of the morn she sought.
     Her eyes were wild, as she thought.
Her hands tremble like a leaf on a...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, age, angst, cry, deep, feelings, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Me
I'm different from the rest
When I say different, I mean different
I'm not saying this in jest
Strict code of values, uncompromised
My morals old fashioned, aspirations high

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Categories: idiosyncrasies,
Form: Bio
' Knock - Knock Jokes ... ( Quirky, Yes )
Aahhhh, The Quirky/Idiosyncrasies of MoonBee

Knock, Knock …
Who’s There ?
     Icky …
Icky Who ?
… Never Mind, I’ll Come Back Later …

Knock, Knock...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, adventure, childhood, family, fantasy, children, friendship,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member When you love someone

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, desire, devotion, hope, inspiration, love, romance,
Form: Couplet
my favorite teacher
You taught me many things...
you taught me patience.
you taught me how to fully trust another.
you taught me that it is not about me all the...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, faith, inspirationalme, me,
Form: Free verse
Waves Crash Villanelle
The blue green waves crash
Into my mind with vicious hate.
My being rips with a slash.

The eternal ocean does smash
Against the waves of eternal fate
The blue...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, depression, heartbreak, hurt, sad love,
Form: Villanelle
Tiny Window to the World
Tiny Window to the World

Marooned in the consuming gloom
Cut away from escape or from egress
Between me and the Wild World
Ly a tiny window
Through which I...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies,
Form: Verse
Show and Tell
I just want a 24 hour period 

of seductive listening.  

Intently awaiting 

your body's calling. 

A standing ovation 

after your speech

 is  finished.  

I want to...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, relationship, romantic,
Form: Free verse
He's more than just a friend, { He is the One} 1
The pressure and pain in each other's family of another friend that slips away and now
you find yourself in need of someone to talk too....

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, caregiving, depression, devotion, friendshipfriend, family, lost,
Form: Narrative
The Darkness Within
Man's heart, a dark abyss,
Its depth polluted by that innate darkness
Which was always there for that sole purpose,
Looking back into the mirror of childhood,
A smile...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, dark, deep, growing up,
Form: Free verse
The Fig Leaf Removed
There I am, laid bare on a slab of steel
undone by my Achilles' heel,
A Mayan priest's obsidian blade,
or a sultry siren's silent serenade

There I am,...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, age, appreciation, birth, blessing, death, repetition,
Form: Rhyme
That's what
What is the point?
To slave all day in the hope of making a difference - 
a positive change in someone's dull monotonous life,
giving of myself...

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Categories: idiosyncrasies, education, inspiration, jobs, passion, teacher,
Form: Free verse