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Best Margin Poems

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

Premium Member Phobia
No flame within! 
      do I hold for you
no delightful delicacy
      shall I put to...

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Categories: margin, angst, light, world,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Free Falling

"Free Falling"

You have to believe in Magic
to believe in the poetry of You

If you don’t believe in Magic
you are nothing but a black line 


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Categories: margin, christmas, family, journey, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wildmoor Symphony

Times such as these test body soul and mind
So should our thoughts be pain and dark confined
Or loosed to concentrate on brighter...

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Categories: margin, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Betty Boop From Beirut

Have a good friend
Here on the Soup
Affectionately known as
Betty Boop from Beirut

A talented lady
Emotionally charged
This sweetest of sweethearts
By a margin quite large

Each day to the...

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Categories: margin, dedication, love,
Form: Quatrain
Dani a Charming CVS Pharmacist
within Zieglerville, pennsylvania

genuine snow white hair 
upon her noggin doth adorn,
perhaps she will divulge to me (in private) 
after i croon (to said lass), 


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Categories: margin, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Contrary Kisses
Snow fell in dollops, in kite like laziness
too wet to stay white except in the margins.
The contrary air kisses each flake
melting each heart of ice.

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Categories: margin, inspirational, introspection, nature
Form: Free verse
King of sex,
the third gender
or hermaphrodite,
half male, half female,
existing on margin,
beheads the creator
to propitiate the deity of destruction,
starts a genocide
to create a new model,
new world,...

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Categories: margin, life, love, peace, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
I wanted in my poetry cup
Neither fixed heat nor cold
Sought just to raise it up
Close to your hair gold

No centre is required to write
A poem...

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Categories: margin, allusion, beauty, dream, drink,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Our Prayer
The man’s lines begin at the margin; the woman’s lines are indented.
The poem could...

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Categories: margin, god, prayer,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member one stone
hard, cold ...

with weight to crush
impervious to all, save the elemental
burdenous, and dense with unfeeling matter
oh, it shines in its own way

it is indeed a...

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Categories: margin, love, metaphor, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Weather Report
I forecast: anticyclone set, unmoving
The descending air evaporates and dries
Over Wales and England weather is improving
We predict a full eight eighths of cloudless skies

Or in...

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Categories: margin, nature,
Form: Rhyme

Mark Clarke was the gentlest man of Denmark 
Yet considered by all a most unlikely patriarch
He was proud being Noah’s apprentice on the ark

Mark was...

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Categories: margin, animal, bird, caregiving, dark,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Cycles of life
Times such as these test body soul and mind
So should our thoughts be pain and dark confined
Or loosed to concentrate on brighter things
Like furry puppies,...

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Categories: margin, nature,
Form: Verse
Premium Member What If There Was No Poetry
What if there was no poetry?

  Who would take meticulous notes in a notebook and fill the pages from margin to margin? Who would...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: margin, color, muse, nature,
Form: Prose
Premium Member resin of summer
autumn gently grabs the lungs,
squeezes out the resin of summer
slaps you into seriousness,
rips children from laps
extends silence into issues
invites another ring of fat-

time to button...

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Categories: margin, seasons,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Brake
Willows wheeze while traders weep
A head for softer shoulders grasped
Spread another bid too deep
On margin calling crumpled dreams collapsed

Umbrellas saved the follicles
While frozen feet alarmed...

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Categories: margin, loss, money, new york,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Waiting Game

Along the shallow sloping winter bourne 
The water trickles to the stream to drain
The rain-wet fields on bone cold winter...

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Categories: margin, art, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cat Mama's One-Up Each Other
My cat is picky; my cat is persnickety.
My cat likes to play with mice; my cat's best friend is a snake.
My cat is aloof; my...

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Categories: margin, cat,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Heart of a Poet
You wanna know the heart of a poet? 
Think of every emotion;
Buried , burning, biting, 
and no way to show it; 
Save the ink;
Like scratches...

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Categories: margin, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Free verse
Iam Not Afraid Of Middle Age
I am not afraid of middle age                  ...

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Categories: margin, retirement, age, age,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Chalice of Murdered Crows

"The Chalice of Murdered Crows"

How many moonbeams
would it take to overflow 
my chalice bathe me naked
dew kissed diamond glistening
bare skin freedom feet seeking
my missing, slow...

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Categories: margin, dark, destiny, fate, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Charles Darwin
Charles Darwin
was a margin
off his rocker when he, ashamedly,
got caught swinging from a tree....

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Categories: margin, humorous, image,
Form: Clerihew
Justice delayed from fringed time frazzled cry
Until the DREAM can heal itself and broken trust
******* shackled minds in the velvet shadows try
Evolving with a nation...

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Categories: margin, black african american,
Form: Acrostic
The Voice of the Poor
In a utilitarian, profit-maximizing economy
Where supply only meets demand
And demand runs only for those
Willing and able; where the margin
Between total revenue

And total cost must be...

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Categories: margin, money, poverty, society, voice,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Recycled
I should have been recycled and placed in the bin

It wouldn't hurt there ,Id be cozy with cans and  tin

Dragged up the hill for...

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Categories: margin, allegory, happy, me, me,
Form: Free verse