Best Illusionists Poems
Below are the all-time best Illusionists poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of illusionists poems written by PoetrySoup members
A kiss, A Whip They spit, I hit this is the life that I do not wish
The Mouth Breathes In
The hand that caresses the wave.
The mouth that hardly opens –
breathes in the fresh wind of the stone-pines.
To speak to the stars,
to write out signs...
The barbed tightrope sways menacingly
The imperceptible border separating
A chaotic world from
Inevitable peaceful sleep
She runs without trepidation
Bloodied, stained and scarred bare feet
Immune to the flesh eating...
Cooperative Political Odds
illusionists, caregiving, earth, environment, health, humanity, political,
I wilt with guilt,
too comfortable with living midway
within this United 5%
stealing 28% of Time's encrusted fossil investment
as if by collective right
as if without loss,
Looking out the window, glancing at the sunset
My eyes look beyond the stars to and fro
Magic we see is nothing but illusion
Where illusionists fill our minds with confusion
Magicians actually trick your mind
God knows what fun in these tricks people find
Sometimes I Tire Along The Path
illusionists, allegory, allusion, christian, faith, gospel, imagination,
Sometimes I tire along the path—
Colors not bright
As they once were;
Shapes in my hands
Turning to water,
Dribbling to indifferent earth—
Her reply to everything
Desire doesn't belong
Desire doesn’t belong........
Desire dives into the ocean of the heart
Like high waves rushing to sweep the sand
Like grey clouds all roaring in unison
Gushing to douse...
illusionists, introspection, life, philosophy, world,
I do not know?
Past lucid doors and seven seas
Through outer thoughts and inner dreams
Far beyond our last few words
And past the waves a voice is heard
Inside a world...
Dark of Winter, contagious nightfall’s sigh, hide me, hide me from all. Be my guide oh Sweet Darkness pride.
Oh Glorious Papa coming down to...
SONNET WHAT IS THIS
illusionists, allusion, literature, metaphor, poetry,
Sonnet is not an infidel depository,
how can one be infidel to singing!
how not to weep the weeping,
sans sonnet, which is antidote to gall...