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Best Introduction Poems

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Premium Member Giving Love a Chance - An Introduction
(A Correspondence Course for Anyone Who Would Be Loved 
by Someone Like Me)

Of course, it is clear; you deserve to be loved,
But your 'romances' so...

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Categories: introduction, life, love,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Book Of Her Body
I lift you up, delicately
like a bouquet of flames in pink patient fever,
romantically, I rove your surface with fingertips that tingle,
the texture of your treated...

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Categories: introduction, love,
Form: Ballad
To Jan Allison About Our True Real Self
Introduction: Our real problem is, "Will we ever be able to learn who our true, 
real self really is?" Being true to and with ourselves...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: introduction, inspirational, sad,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Laureate


speak now lofty phantom
to my mind

guide my hand 
I write I write I write

receptor of communication
things that are not mortal
Luminiferous aether 

not normal...

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Categories: introduction, dark, freedom, hero, light,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member Enchantment

In a room that once commanded great respect,
stage lights began to hiss with heated anticipation.
There were sounds of alcohol infused rumblings
and laughter rolling through the...

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Categories: introduction, fantasy, imagination,
Form: Narrative

Popcorn Music
Pop (corn) Music


It’s time to dance, time to tango
There’s a Canadian on the banjo
When he sees the guitar strings
Jack’s mirth grows soaring wings;
As he scans...

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Categories: introduction,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thoughts of a Very Old Apartment
Winter is approaching.
 I feel it in my floorboards; in my baseboards;
in every nook and cranny.
I wait to be filled again at this time of...

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Categories: introduction, life, me,
Form: Free verse

.........The Belly Dancer.........

Stood beside her teacher on the stage.
Young, brunette. Hip hugger magenta 
jeans and a short bandana shoulder 
less top...
Her young heart leapt with...

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Categories: introduction, dance, love, romantic love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Invention of Zero
By which nothing is divided.
No zero
no negative
no opposite
no hope
no Adam, no apple, no marriage, no morning.
No mirror
no knowledge
no God, no soul, no ear lobe, no...

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Categories: introduction, father, future, home, hope,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Highland Lassie
Inspired by the painting "Highland Lassie" (1871) by Thomas Faed.

(Verse One; In introduction to Cailin)
Walkin' on the highways, searchin' down the byways,
Tromps a lonely figure...

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Categories: introduction, girl, mountains, sea, travel,
Form: Lyric
Look At Me

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Categories: introduction, emotions, happy, i love
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Darfurian Girl

I enjoyed an almost idyllic childhood. This was marred only at the age of ten by my circumcision, a cruel and primitive custom among my...

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Categories: introduction, bereavement, character,
Form: Prose
I can not give away the Image engraved in my vision 
as I stood beside giants while hidden
mighty Titans, that is how I saw the...

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Categories: introduction, betrayal, conflict, crazy, dark,
Form: Diamante
Premium Member Pastel Reflections
[Inspired by the melody: 'Pastel Reflections' by Kevin Kern] Kern/_/Pastel ReflectionsCached
[A 25 sec introduction precedes the Lyrics.]


I called out your name, but I got no...

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Categories: introduction, hope, lost love,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Pangolins

Oh precious little Pangolins
How many people know of you?
Though forty million years you've lived
Your numbers have become too few.

While hunted for your scales and meat

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Categories: introduction, africa, animal, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
A Performance
brings a
performance by
the introduction
of excruciating
dancing between nerve endings
followed by tourniquet twisting
when muscles scream out a crescendo
and the mind closes the curtain on pain....

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© Sue Mason  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: introduction, health
Form: Etheree
Vindictive Sanctuary
Introduction: Blindfolded the world fades today, optimism awaits tomorrow...

Lies have many expressions
Can make one follow the mistaken,
Love has countless sensations
Can make one feel awaken,
Seek out...

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Categories: introduction, adventure, art, confusion, dedication,
Form: Monorhyme
I stepped out on my lawn tonight
To catch a breath or two
Of cool night air when with a blare
An Owl questioned "Who?".

"Well, it is I",...

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Categories: introduction, animals, funny, nature,
Form: Prose Poetry
lines more lunatic than the sun 7 - 8
Lines more lunatic than the sun – 7

playing on the raw-coal 
the under-clothes of the airhostesses 
continue to sing a song

even-then the germination of the...

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Categories: introduction, allegorysun, proposal,
Form: I do not know?
Saving Grace
Introduction: Don’t you quit no matter how hard it is, no matter how much you struggle.
This is called life; this is the test, with its...

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Categories: introduction, adventure, art, confusion, depression,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member Beyond The Land of Counterpane
Gentle sounds of rainy days, 
   Cool dampness on a counterpane

The memory of my childhood years, beneath a quilt of poetry

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Categories: introduction, childhood, dedicationchildhood, longing, childhood,
Form: Narrative
The day I visited Giorgio V.
It was poetry that...

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Categories: introduction, dedication,
Form: Epic
I Can See
I seen a man
I seen a man
Bearing the weight of his yore problems in life
No tears wept, he left the emotions to his wife
I seen...

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© Rebecca C  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: introduction, adventure, devotion, husband, imagination,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Nightstar

As amber rays wane with their task done,
The melting of the rainbow, pleasing Mr. Sun,
Setting colours free across a canvas, blue,
To paint a new marvel,...

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Categories: introduction, fantasy, horse, love,
Form: Rhyme

I posted  a poem on the 11th February 2019 that my Grandfather wrote to me in 1971, titled,
“My Granddaughter Jennifer”.    I...

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Categories: introduction, happiness, life,
Form: Rhyme