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Best Idiosyncrasy Poems

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


Please Tell Me So
When the sky is dark, will the rain follow? Please tell me so.
When I’m feeling blue, can you make me glow? Please tell me so.

While...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: idiosyncrasy, inspirational, life,
Form: Ghazal



Premium Member I AM HARMONICA DEONTIA BALDWIN
I AM HARMONICA DEONTIA BALDWIN!

Somebody said Harmonica Baldwin was a smart child.
That she would grow into her womanhood and set the world afire.
Her characteristics inform...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, beautiful, celebration, character, emotions, magic, muse,
Form: Lay
he is music,music is him
Confidence,a radiant aura that defines him 
Even whilst holding dear Jes playing a tune on a whim 
It exudes and transcends his playing flaws until-...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, dedication, music, sound, love, music, sound,
Form: Cinquain
HE SAVED ME
Here I stood, drenched with idiosyncrasy of evil rain;
Utterly dazed by what was said to be brightness,
Yes! I was poked in the eye by the...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, adventure, angel, appreciation, bible,
Form: Sonnet
The Macabre Massacre
What does a young naïve Christian think
When a hooded desperado storms a prayer room,
His scary presence quiets the praying tongues ,
And his outlawed round replaces...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, holocaust,
Form: Verse



FRUSTRATION OF AN EXHAUSTED POET
I've tried to make words rhyme at the end of their stanzas,
but rhyme wasn't too perfect for those impersonal stanzas,
the Iambic pentameter was right, but...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, confusion, funny, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme
Transplant
Transplant
	

They saved him in the nick of time,
By a heart attack, from biting grime

By divinity, a pirate gave up ghost
With “heart” his heart to find...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy,
Form: Couplet
Passing of an Icon
Passing of an Icon


An accomplished Lady of recondite letters
Writing humanity to free from its fetters-	
From your clever Prose being deciphered,
With skewed minds, is where you...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy,
Form: Rhyme
MONUMENTAL EPISTLE
Flooding to sky, my feelings over the sloppy bank
Dangling like tulips on the rainy eve, flourishing
My smile, angels awake, their trumpet, my soul nourishing
Tell her!...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, angel, beautiful, love,
Form: Sonnet
seasons
There was a aseason

When love was love
the educated are uneducated
hunger was hung in daylight
when sins were seen in scenes

There was a season

when poverty was prohibited
obscenity...

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© Onyeka onu  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: idiosyncrasy, freedomearth,
Form: Free verse
Silly Poets
Thanks for destroying poetry
It was fun while it lasted
Your constant whining, relentless plea
You poets are all alike, filled with hatred
Mad at the world, denouncing lost...

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© Penn Kname  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: idiosyncrasy, art, people, visionary, me, write, lost,
Form: I do not know?
If I Could Tell You
If I could tell you, how much I love you..
The stars, the universe, all would be so less to give you!

If I could tell you,...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, first love, girlfriend, i love you,
Form: Rhyme
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: idiosyncrasy, naturefather, nature, dream, dream, father, me,
Form: Rhyme
Avariciously she wanted to be a poetess
Two Poems



Avariciously she wanted to be a poetess

Cryptic colloquial eloquent words possessed

Often elusive eschewed from the theme

Limericks and rhymes avoiding etymology means

She an emissary of...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, humorous, poems,
Form: I do not know?
Love Lends Itself
I have all this love;
here, in the palm of my hand,
just jumping about, like an eager seed
pining to be sewn

I imagine you take it;
revel in...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, love, passion, romancelove,
Form: Free verse
DESPERATELY WONDERFULLY ILL
Was never sure whether or not to laugh, smile or cry when
auntie came to tea, a matriarch she, wearing white gloves
plus purple cardigan - seven buttons...

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© emma green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: idiosyncrasy, appreciation, books, love, passion, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
lost in respect and trust
lost in respect and trust
the search go beyond the crust
close encounter
the lion idiosyncrasy dominate the center

...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, philosophy,
Form: Imagism
The Wretch
Sitting on the porch watching worlds collide
And wondering if the truth will be classified
Sipping a mint julep; knowing I should be horrified
Though I would consider...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, abuse, addiction, analogy, for her, for
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member AUSTIN PHRASIS QUINTET 4 recited
PHRASIS 11
Imagination not mere fancy
transfigure the real,actual
and ideal with lyric of two
idyllic,melodious sweet and
sonorous.Mental indolence
clouded,enshrouded in obscurity
careless,even slovenly on the
sliding scale of inspiration in
musical verbiage.Perception,
vague...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, writing,
Form: Verse
Idiosyncrasies
What peculiar behavior I see.
That’s what is known as an idiosyncrasy.
It is inconsistent with acceptances in society.
Persons who have foibles in life
have actions that can...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, life, people,
Form: Rhyme
IN LAKE' CH - ("I Am Another Yourself")
Not so different you and I
Not in our idiosyncrasy
or synchronicity
the journey begins and ends the same.

Zygots and corpse
separated by a blip in time,
a blink of...

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© Sue Mason  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: idiosyncrasy, life
Form: Free verse
the musical lady
The Musical Lady 

I knew of a pavement café where tables and chairs were painted 
in different colours, this to lend ambience in an otherwise...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, funny, happiness, music, hair, night, night,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member DOCTOR APPLE'S DEEDS
Just an Apple to plucked from the tree!
Not one to let proceed wrongfully.
Create the character you want him to be.
Just an Apple deceitfully.

Just one Apple...

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Categories: idiosyncrasy, i am, identity, image, truth,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
LAST SECONDS OF THE LAST HOUR
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Categories: idiosyncrasy, life
Form: Free verse
DRAMATIC MONOLOGUE
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Categories: idiosyncrasy, funny, , cute,
Form: Dramatic monologue