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Best Procession Poems

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


Premium Member Procession
See the pollens and spores
from flowers and weeds
and all manner of life
sparkle on a stray breeze
in the late afternoon
sunlight.
Know that the dust in your house
is...

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Categories: procession, imagination, introspection, philosophy,
Form: Free verse



the procession'
See the procession. Yonder they come'
None plays a flute- no one beats a drum.
Just a small rag-tagged group of a dozen or so.
Who, for three...

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Categories: procession, faithwords, god, god, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
A Near-to- death State Of Mind
He lies, warm and straight; unmoving.
Free from pain in his transitionary world;
safe within a love that shared his body and mind.
Without her altruistic and unyielding...

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Categories: procession, goodbye,
Form: Narrative
Goodbye Song
Another haunted night, I watch 
raindrops fall from consolatory words,
track each plane flying south, and 
I think of you.
My lungs empty a lonely sigh…
I bullet...

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Categories: procession, bird, break up, heartbreak, hope, song,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Egnehenots: Earth and Stone




Egnehenots – of earth and stone

Chief elder – most wise upon the Salisbury Plain
     an old man . . . ...

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Categories: procession, life, light, love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member VISIONS IN FATIMA

Strewn with buds onto night’s refrain
We followed  the hovel of an outer-world,
As rustling leaves formed a map’s cave
Through a journey connecting reality;
Where our twin-...

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Categories: procession, mystery, travel,
Form: Free verse
Forgotten Words
It’s hard to keep on writing
when you know your words
never reach quite deep enough—
fail again to plumb prosaic depths
and render speechless those of
greater wit and...

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Categories: procession, poets,
Form: Free verse
Magic Beans

Summer returns, reigning in glory
tempting my beanstalk to climb
and tiny fairies to faithfully fly,
laughing out loud all the while.
With lush trees twirling in full skirts,
and...

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Categories: procession, dream, magic, summer,
Form: Personification
Lavender
              
 Beautiful, soft, lavender 
      P
...

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Categories: procession, confusion, friendship, love, thank you, uplifting
Form: Rhyme
Wonderful worthing Promenade part 2
Candy floss, seaside rock, smoothies, and flags sporting
Union Jacks
Replace the old traditions of striped deckchairs 
And Kiss-Me-Quick hats.
Chipwicks for our salt and vinegar fries
And their...

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Categories: procession, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member WHILE BUDS DRIFT

night touches wind, gold

      buds drifting off from laced hems

         in slow...

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Categories: procession, autumn, image, nostalgia,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member From Awe to Indignation
Faint yellow is the first to appear
Leaves march forth in harmonic progression
To autumn’s clock all must adhere
Amber, scarlet and purple in procession
Bring gasps of wonder...

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Categories: procession, autumn,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Faith Amidst Grief

This barren night along dim street
where lamp posts hide drops of gold flakes,
and thorny weeds crack at her feet
to sift death's crumbs, throwing keepsakes.
 
Yesterday's...

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Categories: procession, pain,
Form: Quatrain
Super Moon
It is not a fact 
That the super moon arrived 
after many years
And will again be seen
After so many years

It came just the other day
With...

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Categories: procession, beauty, image, moon,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I'M JUST PROPOSIN'
I’d been in a two-year relationship
He even got down on one knee and did propose
He’s still the only man ever to ever buy me a...

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Categories: procession, romance, valentines day,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Pterodactyls Thriving
Pterodactyls Thriving

On steamy summer days as warm waves lap the shore
     The pelicans pass over in perfect V-form

Their silhouettes appear dark...

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Categories: procession, animals, imagination, mystery
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Midnight In Evergreen Cemetery
'Round about eight o'clock each evening the massive iron gates are closed.
The moon's mellow glow shines upon spectral scenes that are now exposed!
Phantoms that by...

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Categories: procession, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Decade of bullets
Decade of Bullets

Ouagadougou, Ouagadougou, Ouagadougou
See a procession of young mothers chattering their way
From water fountains in grenade torn sandals
And blood laced bras 

Somalia, Somalia, Somalia
See...

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Categories: procession, africa, conflict, cry, culture, dark, dedication,
Form: Political Verse
as time stood still
My pen finds pause
my body is broken,
a weighted horror
cleaves my breast

The strings of hope sliced
as I put dreams to the sword,
but hands now whisper to...

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Categories: procession, death, deep, time,
Form: Free verse
Funeral of a Surrealist
Surrealist’s funeral is held in the air,
yet, his coffin is not carried by a supersonic speed plane 
flying through the open sky—altitude higher than the...

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© Su Ben  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: procession, funeral, loneliness, sorrow,
Form: Free verse
Covering of the Eyes
Lavish me not with any parting gifts
when I die
Give me no long goodbye speeches
with flowery words
I demand an eulogy of silence
Extol not my memory,
for I...

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Categories: procession, bereavement, death, grave, self,
Form: Elegy
Goodby Mother
The jaw drops
as the lids of mine eyes
and mine dome

The whole procession
did hear these knees clap
with the stone
as the Elder read;
"This is,
her new home"...

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Categories: procession, angst
Form: Elegy
The Sweetness Of You
Sweetness pours out across her aching lips
a dripping delight under candied apple eyes
motionless with the mulberry tree in wonderment
as the dainty honey bee dances with...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: procession, appreciation, beauty, smile,
Form: Free verse
Assuming My Role in the Diorama
I awake with the question "Am I like my predecessor?"
Automated and fabricated to slave for the oppressor
I join the procession yet I am an orbate...

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Categories: procession, angst, conflict, day, fantasy, how i
Form: Rhyme
Passing Star

Moving light in the night,
your glow
shines in my heart so deep

Illuminating my mind
with thoughts
so pure bright lovingly

Fate caused you to pass my way,
and I looked...

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Categories: procession, imagery, joy, love, romantic,
Form: Romanticism