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Best Imports Poems

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


First Japanese Imports
Remember those first imports from Japan?
It seems they were all built for a small man.
Well, the times have changed.
Things are rearranged.
Japan’s building them as big...

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Categories: imports, business, nostalgia,
Form: Limerick



PSYCHOTIC TRIP
PSYCHOTIC JOURNEY
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS


Feeling really beat,  I went to bed early last night
Suddenly awakened feeling something’s not right
There was total darkness, I was not...

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Categories: imports, allegory, allusion, dark, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Presidential and Senatorial Positive Legacies
Senator Edward Kennedy introduced "The affordable health care act"!Barack Obama implemented"The affordable health care act"and had some "Legislative flack,but this "Affordable Health Act " was...

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Categories: imports, 12th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Ballad
God Bless The Tourists
Bloody streuth look out mate here they come
The Tourists Downunder to have some fun
Clickin’ their cameras, looking goggle eyed
While out in the hot sun getting...

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Categories: imports, satire, old, image, old,
Form: Rhyme
read this if you care about the world
Read this if you care about the world ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,Imprisonment is meant for the sadistic, inhumane acts of evil and destruction of man kind in itself....

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Categories: imports, absence, abuse, allusion, anger,
Form: Free verse



Nissan Titan
I remember when Japanese imports were tiny little things.
What a drastic change the passage of time brings.
Have you taken a look at the awesome Titan?
That...

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Categories: imports, business, car,
Form: Rhyme
Surfing On Saturn's Rings
           Surfing On Saturn’s Rings
Floating on the outer Phobe Ring with Saturn rising
Out of reach...

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Categories: imports, adventure, beautiful, freedom, imagination,
Form: Free verse
How much more greedy can you get
If its minerals, tis you taking from there
If its oil, tis you taking from there
How much more greedy can you get,

If its exports, tis you...

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Categories: imports, political,
Form: Ballad
I See You
I see you when you skin your knees,
Each breaking dawn, pronouncing pleas.
I see you when you burn that wax
Each tiresome night, you don’t relax.
When you...

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Categories: imports, success,
Form: ABC
not a cowgirl
you've got me listening to country-western
some of these lyrics ring true
and my foot maybe tapping in time
but I don't wear cowgirl boots

I don't own a...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imports, funnyme, me,
Form: Verse
The Deluge: Decadence and Destruction
In the gilded halls of the lush royal palace,
Portraits and busts of illustrious men,
Adorn the gardens and marble fireplaces,
But those of their wisdom no longer...

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Categories: imports, celebration, conflict, corruption, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Foreign over stayer
far far away, where it's legal to be gay... 
to be committed to a real person of the same sex, 
rather than some social inter...

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Categories: imports, passion,
Form: Lyric
How much more greedy can you get
If its minerals, tis you taking from there
If its oil, tis you taking from there
How much more greedy can you get,

If its exports, tis you...

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Categories: imports, political,
Form: Light Verse
A pointed bank note
A bibliographic oceanographic espionage is merely a tidal titan in a mesmerising swimsuit sipping tequila sunrise on a pool side sun lounger on a large...

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Categories: imports, baby, blessing,
Form: I do not know?
Atlantean PipeDream
Running this way and that, in search of some adventure new
The roads ran their course with flatirons the ruts not few
Over hill, mountain, river, valley,...

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Categories: imports, 12th grade, 9th grade,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member LONDON GRABS THE LOT
Imports grow more and more
Cheap junk floods in galore
Textile mills now hit hard
Working for no reward
And steelworks closing down
Destroying local town
Coal miners now rebel
They hear...

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Categories: imports, betrayal, business, england, money,
Form: Rhyme
Good and Bad Leaders
From the beginning of time there have been good and bad leaders in each and every country. 

There are leaders who concern themselves with the...

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© Lara Wash  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: imports, travel, truth,
Form: Didactic
The Deadly virus COVID 19
The deadly virus Corona- covid 19...
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We are witnessing what no one would have thought.. 
We will always remember how, for humanity we fought.. 
We fought...

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Categories: imports, art, children, family, friend,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Meat Market
Meat Market

They sit on window sills in Hamburg Amsterdam and many beautiful Cities

Legally ‘freed’ they take part in a shady economy of flesh lust and...

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Categories: imports, sick,
Form: Free verse
Whispering Mysteries
Australian Stars are shining
in a southern night,
beating with a heart
streaming with no fright


Visions in a land
that first made up the dream,
all that you can see
is...

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Categories: imports, love, mystery, places
Form: Verse
Premium Member Trees on A Mountain
TREES ON A MOUNTAIN

Trees on a mountain, the doorway to our God.
His roof a canopy of leaves.  His floor the precious sod.
His voice is...

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Categories: imports, appreciation, beauty, devotion, encouraging,
Form: Rhyme
Iran
Iran you have a problem
one of your greatest resource's is oil
but it is a limited resource 
eventually, it will run out

Or if the world changes
to...

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Categories: imports, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member To Learn
Nowadays it’s difficult to live as an uneducated
Un-education is a curse- it’s known to all-wise
Wisdom sometimes unable to show the right path

Path erects many roots...

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Categories: imports, life,
Form: Free verse