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Best Men Poems

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

Premium Member Do Men Cry
Are men supposed to show their strength
denying doubts and fears?
Should they pretend to play it cool
concealing all their tears?

When things build up would weakness urge

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Categories: character, men, truth,
Form: Quatrain

Wise Men Still Seek Him Today
W-hen the fullness of time had come, Jesus was born behind an Inn in a cave-like stable.
I-n the Inn there was no room for the...

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Categories: men, holiday, hope, inspirational, lovechristmas,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member The Male Menopause - Please Feel Free To Join In the Collaboration
Ted’s libido has now gone astray
He refused a quick roll in the hay
So what could be the cause -   
It’s the male menopause...

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Categories: age, body, humorous, men,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Pride and Joy of His Family
Having lived on earth for some time now
Impatiently he dwells, harboring self doubt.
In face of impediments he loses his mind
Acquiring dispositions like hate and lies,

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Categories: integrity, life, men, people,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Sex After 40

You are old and fragile
Claiming to be a lion when in bed
In some way, you remind me of the walking dead
Your bones make...

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Categories: men, body, change, confusion, depression,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Still Winter
Dead Winter Stray~ By: Poet Destroyer

Nearby paces, Combatants lost under the cemetery walls,
“Blessed Men and Heavenly Remedy Women of Ages,”
Feelings of dance at the beginning...

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Categories: men, death, dance, beautiful, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Slavery In Haiti
Haiti, the home of voodoo practices
Seventeenth Century Spain cedes to France
Catholic Spaniards trembled when they saw
“Dead” men revived to wander in trances

A vile poison can...

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Categories: history, socialgod, men, night,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Thanksgiving From Three Perspectives
A Child's Thanksgiving Prayer 

Lord, I thank thee as I sit to eat,
For mashed potatoes that I helped to make.
And thanks, dear Lord, we're having...

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Categories: men, family, funnymom, prayer, thanksgiving,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Accepting Life V
I turned,
towards my friend, who always was complaining
about the injustices and hardships of life and in 
a calm voice I asked him:
" Tell me,...

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Categories: happiness, life, men,
Form: Free verse
The Autumn Man
I think I'm getting older ~ there's difference in every way

Body doesn't feel the same ~ on an ice cold Winter's day

What's really bothering me...

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Categories: autumn, men,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Cosmos, the Flower and the Bee
Look as far and as wide as you can, my friend, 
Turn your eyes towards the sky and try to pierce infinity-
This vast unknown- 

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Categories: flower, god, men, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Friendship Is No One Way Street - For Tim
In silence, your friendship is a sun to me,
Your warmth a shower to erase pain.

In you pain exists, something I cannot solve,
But in my warmth...

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Categories: friendship, men,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Limerick On Poets

Bob Hinshaw, Tom Cunningham, James Edward Lee, Sr., Russell Sivey, Gordon McConnell,  Greg Barden, Emile Pinet, Silent One, WingedWarrior,...

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Categories: men, america, celebrity, dedication, encouraging,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Whistling Hamlet
A whistling wheezing hamlet, whispering and emanating, tunes euphonic, 
In a remote isolated valley, far-flung from the abode of the temporal, 
Warbling quietly to whistle...

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Categories: men, community, earth, education, encouraging,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Song of a Cherokee Princess -
Cherokee chamber,
where a pow wow stampeedes preconceptions of inheritence,
from Her beaded neck charms of chance & chains of change
glisten from opulent offerings of roots, corn...

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Categories: men, native american, dance, for
Form: Romanticism
Elegy For Michael Jackson (4)
You shimmering waves on the ocean blue
Dance not again, he cannot dance with you
You weeping forests where the winds wail too
Let your bright tears fall...

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Categories: men, death, dedication, historylife, dance,
Form: Elegy
What's Fair Is Fair
What’s fair is fair

I walked into Macys Department Store the other day
thinking I’d buy a few items for the summer
I entered on the first floor...

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Categories: fashion, humor, men, women,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wisdom of the Cougar
She thought by marrying an older man
She would forever look young in his eyes
He led the way, ‘twas a child that held his hand
Until he...

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Categories: life, philosophymen, men,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Omnipotent: He Knows All

I know today, at this time
You... my son(man), may not wholly know me. 
but, may I ask you...

Have you   taken...

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Categories: men, character, christian, faith, god,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member - the Fabulous Queen of Egypt -
Woke up to a new life in Egypt
I was young not more than seventeen years
Adorned with gold and precious stones
My body was in the shroud...

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Categories: men, history, life, love, me,
Form: Free verse
Emptiness of Living
The confusion of the living
With its sad and futile passions;
Is wearing out the people
As a woman wears out fashions.

What men have taken from the many

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Categories: life, men,
Form: Rhyme
Gypsy Dance
Climb up the hill where gypsies hide,
And breathe on the wind of a restless tide;
Where notes of sorrow from a violin,
Cry out to the night...

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Categories: men, life, dance, night, dance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Can Poetry Matter
In the debate between accessible and difficult poems
Poets' poems and poems for people
Only the single poem and private reader matter

Both kinds and anything between can...

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Categories: men, bird, humor, insect, love,
Form: Verse
The green-blue marks of the tufuga's* tools run down his thighs
Patterns in shades of deep-ocean-dark and unsealed-road-like lines
Back to his ancestors and forward to his...

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Categories: culture, men, teenage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Earth's Tears
" Oh, you thoughtless and egotistic creatures that 

call yourselves humans.

You, that are daily complaining of the floods that 

inundate, your  lands, your cities,...

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Categories: earth, men, pollution,
Form: Personification