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Best Oscar Poems

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


Premium Member The Oscar Wiener Dog
A dachshund named Oscar was he,
which adored trick or treating with me,
so I had me some fun
when I sewed a cloth bun,
for a Halloween weenie...

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Categories: oscar, dog,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member If I were an Oscar Meyer Donut
If I were an Oscar Meyer donut
Living in a Pacific Island hut
I’d be sweet and sincere
And drink all your light beer
Scruffy beach bum sugar hair...

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Categories: oscar, hilarious,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Chaplinesque
I am a silent movie,
a corny melodrama
played in black and white
with an observable flicker.
A little tramp
accompanied by ragtime piano.

You are pure A-list 
Technicolor, 
Dolby digital
THX,...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: oscar, film, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Love for a movie screen
It was a romance only seen in forgotten dreams.
An Oscar winning script written for movie screens.
Her ethereal sight was the ultimate pleasure.
Her eyes an enigma...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: oscar, longing, lost love, love,
Form: Rhyme
Dreaming
Will poems to my dull senses rise,
     In plainer garb, or apt disguise?
Can turn of phrase else serve an end,
 ...

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Categories: oscar, humor, humorous, poets,
Form: Couplet



EXERPTS FROM HITLER'S DIARY 1941
EXERPTS   FROM   HITLER’S   DIARY   1941

"I never travel without my diary, one should always have something sensational to...

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Categories: oscar, funnywar, crazy, june, war,
Form: Prose Poetry
Gutters And Stars
The fall to the abyss is incendiary by design,
  Burning out and plummeting toward
The bottom of a fjord or the shaft of a mine,
...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: oscar, faith, inspirational, life, philosophy,
Form: Verse
Premium Member - The Happiness Come And Go -



          It is the glittery eyes of your
        ...

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Categories: oscar, feelings, love hurts,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Random Entries From My Diary
"I never travel without my diary - One should have something sensational to read"
...Oscar Wilde, 1891

30 May 48:  I graduated from high school today...

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Categories: oscar, funnyschool, family, family, may,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Little Red Riding Hood went into the woods

                   Little Red Riding Hood went into...

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Categories: oscar, granddaughter, red,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Interview - for Contest
This situation has no basis in reality; in fact, it is ludicrously unreal. However, the likes and dislikes shown of its author are completely true!

Scene:...

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Categories: oscar, fantasy,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Lady of the Night
Getting lost in the wake of a beauty so exotic 
Warm balmy night promises speak from her beckoning eyes
Ensnaring themselves in a web of sultry...

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Categories: oscar, lost love, lust, sensual,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Past His Prime but Doing Fine
Dedicated to one of my favorite actors, Morgan Freeman


“Driving Miss Daisy” was driving him crazy
   So old Morgan Freeman assumed a new role
It...

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Categories: oscar, dedication, people
Form: Verse
Premium Member Just Forget Me
Just forget me,
and walk away,
It wasn't meant to be,
So why try to stay.

Don't look at me,
When you walk by,
You don't want to see,
If I start...

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Categories: oscar, heartbroken, lost love, moving
Form: Quatrain
Book Of Rhyme and Reason
    "I never travel without my diary, one should always have
     something sensational to read.......Oscar Wilde, 1891


 ...

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Categories: oscar, on writing and words
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Day of The Quote Wars
IN HONOR OF THE MAN WHO STARTED IT ALL
My Friend John 

The Day (of the Quote Wars)

The Day was gray with wisps of smoke, like...

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Categories: oscar, allegory, funny, imagery, words,
Form: Ballad
life with Trump XVII
The Donald supporters were pissed
But Dorian Gray they have kissed!
Measured in fathoms
Their brains’ empty chasms
All hail the chief narcissist


Author's Note: Sunshine Smile's recent post, "Showtime,"...

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Categories: oscar, allegory, anger, perspective, tribute,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member vignette-WHAT'S IN A NAME
Often a parent cannot know
What seeds of anguish they do sow
When a name on offspring they bestow
Teased by army pals whilst abroad
Oscar ,became Claude !
This...

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Categories: oscar, art, people
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Dance of Salome
The Dance of Salome
Herod bellowed out the night's festive orders..
"Bring the torches, bring the tables..
more wine, that we may rejoice,  
for tonight we revel...

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Categories: oscar, dance, daughter, moon, mother
Form: Narrative
Poets
Poets

Oscar Wilde has his quotes
And William Yeats makes it clear,
Robert Frost will set the mood
With a candle and a beer.
Walt Whitman is worth reading
And Hardy...

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Categories: oscar, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FORGIVENESS FEELS LIKE A ROTTED GRAVE
We were sisters, but more like Cinderella and the ugly sister variety ...
and of course you always made me feel like I am the ugly...

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Categories: oscar, cinderella, deep, money, sister,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
GEORGE BERNARD SHAW

George Bernard Shaw, born in 1856,
Wrote plays and novels,
But for me the most
Important was he wrote many a poem
A quote of his “Write...

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Categories: oscar, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Look What You are Teaching Them
"I saw some road kill on my way over," she said.
She had a horse laugh. "Just a dumb raccoon," she added.
I leapt over the sink...

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Categories: oscar, 11th grade, 4th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member JOYS OF MY LAZY DAY




It's a joy to let go.
To stop being perfect, such agony.
More glory,  in just being me.
To let it be OK, to not be top...

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Categories: oscar, happy, peace, simple,
Form: Free verse
The Chicago Haymarket Riot of 1886
It was in eighteen eighty-six in the streets of Chicago,
where the greatest miscarriage of justice people would know
transpired in an infamous labor-police rendezvous.
Albert Parsons led...

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Categories: oscar, history, death, men, work,
Form: Rhyme