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Best Realisation Poems

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


realisation of self (War Child)
it's all for you
nightmares
mental anguish
imagined heartache
the worthlessness of me

Something
I'm not
another realisation of self

first to know
last to be told
in denial
always shoulder your burdens
everyone is someone
this realisation...

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Categories: realisation, me, me,
Form: Free verse



Realisation
My head is 
In the air
It is in space

My feet 
Are grounded
They are on earth

My stomach
Is trapped 
In-between

But, that is what
Makes me do
All the things...

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Categories: realisation, humor,
Form: Free verse
Held aloft
We'd laid old George to rest the week before,
at ninety-one he now rejoined his wife,
no heirs to his estate, so one thing more
to do, and...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: realisation, heartbreak,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Run Run As Fast As You Can - 'Memories 5'
Memories Episode 5 … Continued from 'Deception' - (Memories Episode 4)

Shadow dance of distortion fade in and out
Teasing to the fore then get wrested back
Manipulative...

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Categories: realisation, lost, memory, mystery, violence,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Killing Of One Hundred And Fifty Million Years
  another typical day, with feet on the ground

  ordering the hedge to meet my image of trim

  many measured bits fall...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: realisation, bird, child, death, humanity, image, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse



Insight out
Inner sanctuary
envision harmony and mental clarity
focus on a journey of possibility
Meditate on transformation and 
awareness of inner state
peace and healing

Constructive thought
instruct your mind
to redirect the...

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Categories: realisation, caregiving, education, forgiveness, friendship, happiness, health,
Form: Free verse
Short cut horror

This particular mid winter night after a quiet drink at our local
started to venture home, frost in air only light from a half moon,
feeling brave...

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© Roy Pett  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: realisation, anxiety, confusion, horror, identity, scary,
Form: Prose
Invisible
Even my mother once described me as being a plain Jane.
Not even afforded the indignity of being treated with disdain.
Invisible, that's what I am among...

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Categories: realisation, dark, hurt, identity, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Life's Void
On the edge of the void, that's where we must be.
Somewhere between the thrill of taking your life into your own hands and the cold...

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Categories: realisation, imagination, introspectionlife,
Form: Narrative
Lost
A cloudless day, should have been warm but the frigid southern roaring 40’s cut like flailing daggers into the skin, leaving bones and joints to...

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Categories: realisation, adventure, child, fear,
Form: Free verse
After the Storm
The storm has blown itself away; there is a lighting of the sky.
The monstrous waves start to recede, and the ripples just pass on by.
The...

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Categories: realisation, fantasy, me, heart, sound, voice, heart,
Form: Light Verse
The View
I'm sitting here
Admiring the view
Thankful for it's beauty
It's comfort
It's familiarity.

I've been here before
So I can close my eyes
and picture it still

And I know it all.

Deep...

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Categories: realisation, beauty, mystery, nature,
Form: Prose Poetry
Unrequited Love
While transient love is all I yearn for now,
A state of panic engulfs as I imagine.
When my life takes a decisive turn
Hair white, wrinkled face...

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Categories: realisation, family, father, forgiveness, love, mother, social,
Form: Rhyme
In a day dream

Bouts of dust splatter in the distance
slowly floating down to the ground
drifting thoughts and mind absent
for i am day dreaming
i can not hear the words...

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Categories: realisation, absence, emotions, imagination, life, visionary,
Form: Free verse
You can run now
Freedom.

Oh you can run now, I'm setting you free
So for once in your life, accept gratefully
Ignore every time I proclaimed in the past
My arms open...

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Categories: realisation, history, love, me, me,
Form: Rhyme
Unsung Children
Unsung Children

Somewhere deep inside you
Behind the patches and the plasters
Of your broken heart
Somewhere in the shadows
Lays the summer of your soul
As timid as a naked...

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Categories: realisation, dedication
Form: Free verse
haibun
AT ONE WITH NATURE

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The sun shines, brightly lights my day. My garden verdant many hues of green. Greater speedwell, resilient, blooms no matter the season....

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Categories: realisation, garden, nature,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Turkish Holiday Humour or turk tatil mizah
TURK TATIL MIZAH 





FOREST GUMP

Did you hear about old Forest Gump
Went up to do a parachute jump
Gave the rip cord a jerk
Found out it didn't...

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Categories: realisation, humor,
Form: Limerick
Hope For A Lost Soul
If you cannot rise to the challenge of love 
Then spare us the hatred and bitterness
Plumb the depths of your soul in silence and in...

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Categories: realisation, 11th grade, 12th grade, change, forgiveness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Coach, Coached
Working in physical education
Blond teacher had a realisation 
Spotting a young boy alone
Standing all on his own
Her curiosity, frustration 

Young man, why are you all...

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Categories: realisation, humorous, soccer, sports,
Form: Limerick
The Discipline of a Student
Oh Lord, I know you know I have been thanking you a lot lately
But today I want to pray
~~~	~~~	~~~
Almighty Lord
You know me and you know...

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Categories: realisation, on work and workingme, heart, dream,
Form: Narrative
Kirsty (one)
Even now I sit, slump, shuddering,
Remembering...
Stale walls echoing lamenting calls,
their house...
A nightmare flickered in the red herring of betrayal.
Stumbling hormones, skinless evil.
it breathed...
Blood red lips...

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© Holly King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: realisation, death, family, red,
Form: I do not know?
Blind Ambitions For Glory
Blind Ambitions Of Glory

The daily news was splashed with a  sweet picture of an beaming  16 years-old lass..
As Felicia Mikat greeted an awakening...

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Categories: realisation, celebration, destiny, encouraging, inspirational, sports, tribute,
Form: Narrative
HOW DARE YOU
How dare you randomly come into my life...
sprinkling in chemistry I never knew...
How dare you make old days new?.... 
how dare you?

You excited my heart......

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Categories: realisation, anger, break up, heartbreak,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Sandy
He was only a puppy
A golden retriever
I would whistle and beckon
but he wouldn't leave her
For she was his owner 
His only true friend 
and he...

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Categories: realisation, memory,
Form: Narrative