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Best Plastered Poems

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


Paper Thin
Cut down to any size,
Crumble, crop me wrong 
Pull the insulation from my heart.
Never will I be "A Paper Doll!"
Thank you for calling me...

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Categories: plastered, change, creation, friend, identity, moving on,
Form: Dramatic Verse


Miss American pie has a dream -
whipped cream of tijuana brass.

Groovy tunes quit on smoking grass.
Frisbee LP like steaming saucers crash.


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Categories: plastered, america, baby, death, murder, music,
Form: Free verse
The Poetry Police have been called! Look out for P.D!!!
I’m trying a new refreshing write
My blessed  Soul word out of sight 
Maybe my view should truly change
Having a good look at new poetic...

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Categories: plastered, funnyinspirational,
Form: I do not know?
It's All Good!
Loud Screammmms
Huge Smiles
Wind beating me so hard

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Categories: plastered, adventureme, me,
Form: Free verse
The Prodigal Son!?
And then I took this box of blight, and cast it into the sea of forgetfulness

Once I had finally realized, that it had become a...

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Categories: plastered, faith, happiness, life, loveme,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member The Wall

     My mind perceives a wall so high
     to scale is just a dream.

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Categories: plastered, introspection,
Form: Quatrain
It can't be art

It can’t be art 

Spun in a windstorm of caustic insisting
Plastered like mud on the walls of Pompeii
Frescos of joy before charcoal was misting
Writing in...

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Categories: plastered, angst,
Form: Rhyme

One Step Closer to the Edge
Beset by doubts before I rise from bed
Problems prey on my worrisome mind 
My ability to reason has been maligned
Cockamamie notions fill me with dread


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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plastered, depression, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
If Shoelaces Sang Little Rich Town Blues
Not in tea leaves, in shoelaces tie existence--their harsh and meshing material
bound, tethered, undone with a gentle pull. 
The bunny ears
and clumsy fingers bouncing...

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© Collin Lam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: plastered, home, old, lost, lost, old,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Storm Watcher
He sat in his living room
And cast an apprehensive look
At the window
Pounded by the fury
Of the storm outside
The elements had gone mad
An unexpected storm
Had blown...

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Categories: plastered, emotions, storm,
Form: Free verse
Bump bump bump goes my heart 
I wanna pop into your arms like I'm fresh from the toaster 
but in reality I watch as you...

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Categories: plastered, happiness, hope, introspection, life, loveheart, heart,
Form: Free verse
My Awakening
So you want to know my secret?
You stole my soul from deep inside me
An utter struggle to survive
Can you keep a secret?
You became an everyday...

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Categories: plastered, courage, freedom, goodbye, happiness, journey, words,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Searching For A Friend
He is all that: a stranger
 to himself.
  a stranger, searching for a friend

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Categories: plastered, boyfriend, care, feelings, friendship, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member FACETS
She was all that and much more
  The child with the smiles and the braids
    White dresses, friendly nods and compliancy

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Categories: plastered, beautiful, emotions, life, love, strength, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Blue Cheese is
Pineapple pizza with pink pepperoni,
Buffalo wings and brown guacamole,
Little dead fishes in sour cream sauces,
Onions and garlic and greasy red sausage.

Cucumber sandwiches plastered with mustard,

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Categories: plastered, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Driven Crazy
Driven Crazy in 41

You were there in forty one, 
When Australia it called,
King  an country it was fun,
 Adventure it enthralled.

On a hill in...

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Categories: plastered, adventuredeath, death,
Form: Rhyme
Writer's Block
Day three untouched,
Tuna sandwich plastered to the plate beside the laptop.
Four nights visitation rights forfeited.
Change of clothing in between?
"I do declare, Stinketh indeed?"
Blaming the fish...

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Categories: plastered, art, forgiveness, imagination, seasons, thank you,
Form: I do not know?
Cold Rain, Ain't That Bad

The cold rain is why my old hat
feels plastered upon my head,
and why the street has a gray look,
as if the neighborhood is dead.
It’s why...

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Categories: plastered, appreciation, autumn, imagery, november, perspective, rain,
Form: Rhyme
The Jester
The Jester puts on her smile,
Plastered to her make-up smeared face.
Bright lights blind her empty eyes.
She can see no one in the crowd.

Inside her mind,

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Categories: plastered, angst, death, fantasy, imagination, life, lost
Form: Free verse
Erring Soul
Is He watching?
When my tongue thirsts for sin,
Gamble my faith with filth,
When my tongue spills its worst,
My ears long to be filled with corruption,
When my...

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Categories: plastered, appreciation,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member A Lucy Natio and Prophecy
A Lucy Natio and Prophecy

Lucy seized the moment when her body cramped and rattled her 

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Categories: plastered, angst,
Form: Free verse
Only certain people possess the strength to be great
Each and everyday you have to unbend what they tried
to break. You have to be very aware...

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Categories: plastered, lifepain, day,
Form: Free verse
I am putting out a beacon on the A-M, I Am Legend morning double-dutch
Pepsi cola, paranoia, post-exilic high school drama. Stop.
Is there anybody out there,...

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Categories: plastered, slam,
Form: Free verse
That feeling when you step to plate,
Knowing it's some type of fate.
Looking at an open grass,
With three bases you need to pass.

Grasping life by the...

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Categories: plastered, baseball, senses, sports,
Form: Rhyme
To Be A Friend Pleaser
I heavily recall two times when I had made you cry,
Both of which bewildered and moved me
My response was that of disbelief, and regret
And never,...

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Categories: plastered, change, character, confusion, devotion, friendship, growing
Form: Narrative