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Best Imbibed Poems

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

Premium Member After the interim
She met him in the interim,
 that space between endings and beginnings;

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Categories: imbibed, lost love,
Form: Free verse

Weep by the Tide
As mist descended far and low, 
dark storm clouds stirred the sea. 
Upon the rocks a maiden lay, 
weep by the tide did she.

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Categories: imbibed, lost love, love, romance, sea
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Don't Hug And Drive
On this eve before New Years I resolved to be cheerful
But while driving my car, another car bumped me
The driver got out, and he gave...

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Categories: imbibed, funny, me, new year, new years
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rainbow Nation
Rainbow Nation

Blanca is white like beautiful snow in the Drakensberg Mountains

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Categories: imbibed, addiction,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Waking's Weep

Awaken me with a tear ...

          Spill soft, the salt of your dreams,


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Categories: imbibed, appreciation, beauty, longing, love, passion, romance,
Form: Free verse

Shelley (The Birth of Science Fiction)
(The Birth of Science Fiction)

Young Shelley at Eton imbibed the mystique
Of science romanticized into extremes:
He gave his poor tutor a shock and a shriek—

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© Steve Eng  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imbibed, science fictionscience,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Asian Epicurean Quest
Asian Epicurean Quest

At the heart of China Town, Kuala Lumpur (capital of Malaysia) is Petaling Street.
Domain of hustlers, hucksters, cheap-jacks and diblers; purveyors...

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Categories: imbibed, food,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A Friend Forever Gone
I sadly reminisce of bygone days;
when you and I, united, made our stand.
We faced the world as brothers in a blaze,
and fought our frequent ...

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Categories: imbibed, friend, remember, youth,
Form: Sonnet
Not Real
She is not real
On some bottle I broke the seal
Imbibed all it's contents
And now I'm pouring all my sentiments
Out onto the sidewalk
Can't hardly walk
The pavement...

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Categories: imbibed, loss, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Gems and Petals
     Astounded ...

Death caught his breath ...
          cast his net to the...

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Categories: imbibed, analogy, beauty, imagery, metaphor, passion,
Form: Free verse
The wine of poetry
The wine of poetry's a potent brew
Best not imbibed in drafts but smaller sips
So flavors linger longer on the lips
And meanings have more time to...

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Categories: imbibed, analogy, poetry, wine,
Form: Sonnet
Lyrical Crimes
This ink switchblade scraped the page
Imbibed by my musical sage
This isn't just a love sick cantata
A heartless melody, baby hold that fermata
Oh look out! More...

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Categories: imbibed, rap, slam, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Being Kindhearted
Kindheartedness is being quite generous 
A considerate attitude that is from the inside 
No price tag is placed on being accommodating 
Being benevolent and affectionate...

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Categories: imbibed, friendship, inspirational, life,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Gedophamee

Long long ago in a land far away
Was this slave girl named Gedophamee
Worked as a prostitute to earn some dough
Name was pronounced “Get-offa-me!”

At an athletic...

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Categories: imbibed, humorous,
Form: Quatrain
Jealousy-The Most Read Contest

(How Dare!)

Hate and jealousy have no dimensions
Calm I appeared for none to suspect
A nuclear bomb had blasted me apart
The adrenalin had evaporated 
My eyes were...

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Categories: imbibed, anger, emotions, friend, spoken word,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Percival Jordan - 1892 - 1912
Poem 18

Percival Jordan

1892 - 1912

I am where I am
Because of who I was.
I imbibed a million breaths
And observed the stars dotting the night skies
Like actors...

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Categories: imbibed, death,
Form: Epitaph
Retirement and the Mountains
Retirement in the Mountains

There once was an old mountain man.
He hunted and lived off the land.
He always felt fine.
When he danced in moonshine.
So he danced...

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Categories: imbibed, funny, life
Form: Limerick
Mother Of The Age

Stately stood Princess Amber in all her finery,
Emerald tunic over a crimson gown,
With gems inlaid in her rustling gown,
Her arms bangled in intricate gold slowly...

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Categories: imbibed, anger, beautiful, emotions, forgiveness, imagery, jealousy,
Form: Epic
An innocent cry
A desperate Cry 
All imbibed in one
Beautiful God's creation
Blessed to be born 
An abandoned baby 
Barely one
All alone in the face of famine...

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Categories: imbibed, absence
Form: Elegy
Never force a trickle,wait for the shower
Back from his five nights summer camp
I bombarded my son with questions
What did you eat, when did you sleep
What was the best part and such

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Categories: imbibed, appreciation, life, mother son,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Admirable People
  alone inside with me, less than inspirational

  so look out for the more interesting folk

  momentary excitement, the fiery motivational


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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imbibed, character, inspirational, life, motivation,
Form: Verse
A Penny for your thoughts
I did ask myself why it did happen
Why did my life suddenly become hell
It used to be all so blissful as would a stay in...

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Categories: imbibed, boyfriend, break up, heartbreak, heartbroken,
Form: Sonnet
Let Me Have the Car Keys
I absolutely know, and don't merely think
that you had way too much to drink.
Yes, one more time you overindulged tonight.
At the moment, you don't look...

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Categories: imbibed, drink, friend,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dark Hope, Weeping Sky

Lost, to the darkness, deep ...

This bleak sojourn I have made times on end,
dipping my eyes to the dreadful forms that mock me,
a maelstrom of...

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Categories: imbibed, dark, deep, hope, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Silly Little Girl
Gliding through the ocean of lost memories,
And hours that had ceased to break free,
I looked at the horizon,
And wondered:
That must be the Edge of all...

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© Iman Roy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imbibed, love, sad
Form: Free verse