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Best Reform Poems

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


Death of the Poet Destroyer
~The Untold Fatal Attraction Poem~

Mid-morning she sees the sun ahead
Her death flowed in a messaged bottle
Gazing into her brown eyes upon all open sores,
Her conscience...

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Categories: reform, birth, change, conflict, death,
Form: Ballad



Premium Member Mold Me


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Categories: reform, love,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Children of the Divine Wind
Many times the ocean 
has saved Nippon,     pearl of the sea,
an oceanic symbiosis  a speck in a fecund see.
The dikes...

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Categories: reform, history, inspirational, introspection, natural
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Courtship of Poetry
I wrestle with my words in aimlessness when I write.
Poetry is a relationship to me, it's a troubled courtship.
I can't come to reasonable reform in...

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Categories: reform, imagery, poetry, writing,
Form: Free verse
Twins Revenge
A. W. Nutter

Fog from my breath in the way
Temporarily impeding my vision
A small lamp, illuminates my prey
Unaware, of his impending execution

Rons wife, conveniently out of...

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Categories: reform, imaginationhusband, husband,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Mystical Lore of the Twilight Hawk


Aloft, with keen eyes in sorbet skies’ raspberry half-light
visceral vibrations of vitality does await.
Soaring in a hush, with plumage plush, a silent stealth kite,
he glissades...

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Categories: reform, bird, conflict, death, destiny,
Form: Rhyme
Do It Your Way
If I'm not normal should I conform
and seek to perform as all do
or should I reach to perfect my form
and be how I was born...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: reform, appreciation, character, for her,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member RAINDROPS OF IMMORTALITY
RAINDROPS OF IMMORTALITY

Smiles were stolen from me long time ago
Days gone gray as storms rush to play: my...
They drain. Fervently, I called to the Heavens...

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Categories: reform, inspirational, journey, life, passion,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Before the night is Over (He's coming back) pt.2
             
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Categories: reform, black african american, caregiving,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member YOUTH AND OLD AGE
YOUTH AND OLD AGE


Get off your galloping horse of youth’s impressions 
Stop looking down upon old age with contempt
You still on the planes of doubt...

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Categories: reform, education, old, youth,
Form: Quatrain
An Art of Breathing
What loathesome burden wears your weary heart
a trinket on a cold and hoary hand?
And in its dark tide drowns the cheery part
to keep you bound,...

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Categories: reform, introspection
Form: Sonnet
Mystic Tampering.
Some ancient wisdom
Doth behold; a parabolic
To unfold. Mathematics to 
Delight ; resemble crescent 
Moon at night! The alchemy
In this I see; a medieval
Fantasy . Behold...

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Categories: reform, fantasy
Form: Rhyme
Who will free my soul
WHO WILL FREE MY SOUL?

Criticism and sarcastic words is all i hear,
Nobody ever appreciates my efforts.
Failure and fiasco is all fear,
Inspiration derived doesn’t seem to...

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Categories: reform, death, depression, life, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Africa
Africa, beautiful continent
Dreamy echoes fascinate
Giraffes heighten inclines
Jurassic known linger
Madagascar nestles offshore
Primates quest reform
Savannah tribes umbilical
Visioned waves x-ray
Young zebra...

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Categories: reform, animals, history, inspirational, nature,
Form: ABC
fool heart
Fool Heart

The problem was never your leaving me
It lied with your still being around
Too easy for us to cross pathways 
Too easy for me to...

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Categories: reform, forgiveness, girlfriend-boyfriend, history, lost
Form: Rhyme royal
Sheep
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Categories: reform, anger, change, corruption, political,
Form: Political Verse
LOVE YOU & Hope & Change
Hope!
Hope for what?

Change!
Change to what?

Change!
Change what?

Believe!
Believe exactly what?

Reform!
Reform what?

Reform!
Reform exactly into what?

Love!
Define Love.

Love!
Love what?

Love!
Love whom?

Love Humanity!
Humanity isn’t a person nor an animal.

Love Humanity!
Humanity is an...

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Categories: reform, confusion, hope, love, philosophylove,
Form: I do not know?
Words unspoken
Only time can mend what has been broken,
And fill the hole of words unspoken.
Replace what has been fear and hate,
Stop any further destruction in the...

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Categories: reform, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A FORGOTTEN ANGEL
A FORGOTTEN ANGEL

Who was she?  They wondered
No one knew her name
Where did she live?  They wondered
No one ever saw her playing
How old was...

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Categories: reform, angel, anger, betrayal, child
Form: Free verse
Beware Of the Ides of the men on black
               
"Beware Of the Ides of the men on black"
The judges...

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Categories: reform, absence, abuse, africa, allusion,
Form: Didactic
Clouds
Charcoal grey, silver grey, shading to white,
Changing and shifting,
Pewter grey, ashy grey, darkness then light,
Trailing and lifting.

A quiet avalanche of melting clouds
In horizontal fall,
Covering distant...

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Categories: reform, confidence, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Wolf Spirit
Wolf Spirit


This self that I must show the world
is weak and trembles in the darkness. . .
I have secrets that would haunt you;
I am forbidden...

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Categories: reform, devotion, emotions, woman, words,
Form: Prose Poetry
Bloody Leaders
If a busy gun takes lives
Then silent leaders do worse
They burn lives,hang knuses on the innocent.
Voice your pain
Or get blessed with a curse.
Blood shed schools,
We...

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Categories: reform, leadership,
Form: Free verse
Solitary Walker
There she goes into the moon dust 
Walking in the silver lit fair and just, 
Above stars were sprinkled on her hair,
Her body,clothes with perfumed...

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Categories: reform, beautiful, blessing, daffodils, dance,
Form: Rhyme
Searching for an Urban Love
This city has about eight million inhabitants
Surely, one can find some love from these masses
I see the young women with ripped pants
I like the look...

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Categories: reform, love, urban,
Form: Verse