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Best Imbecility Poems

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


Foolish Infatuations
I fell for her in nineteen sixty nine,
When we commenced our journey of love
Along the twilit path of innocence;
My zeal was unaware of the reality
That...

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Categories: imbecility, age, crush, cute love, desire, heartbreak,
Form: I do not know?



Prevarication Invites Animadversion Plus Aggravation
After beguiling charisma,
damnable excoriations fixedly,
gamely, horribly, insult jesting,
kibitzing, loosely mindless nattering,

outlandish pablum, quintessentially
representing senseless trumpeting,
unswervingly vapid wordy
X-DOUBLE-MINUS
yawping zest.

If ye did not already guess from thee...

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Categories: imbecility, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Light Verse
A Glance At Life
 Take a look back
Back at your life
Half a decade ago 
Are there any changes? 
If not, reevaluate your strategy 
If yes, keep pressing forward...

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Categories: imbecility, motivation,
Form: Free verse
DONALD TRUMP MUST BE PERMANENTLY BARRED AND FURLOUGHED TODAY
FROM WHITE HOUSE

I ham aghast at increasing banality, deviltry, ferocity,

   imbecility, liability, obscenity, rapacity, ugly

   offal popularity witnessed by Donald trump

hence...

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Categories: imbecility, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Cowboy
I Have this Disability
I have this disability
The one called imbecility,
Along with instability
And rampant incivility.
I lack dependability
And have no credibility.
I’m short on sensibility,
Am prone to gullibility
And have the inability
To...

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© Tom Harris  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imbecility, funny, humor, vanity,
Form: Rhyme



Branded
Wasted breath, an ounce of pain
Storming in with thunderous rage
Denial, post wrath of oblivious lies
Imbecility moments, gestures captured and tide
Only the disheartened will know…

Swing in...

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© Sean Rench  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imbecility, introspection
Form: I do not know?