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Best Secrecy Poems

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

Premium Member A Dab of Secrecy
Would we survive if you could hear
Me thinking? Maybe not, I fear
For what we lock away
Is as important as the things we say
And pure, relentless...

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Categories: secrecy, love, mystery, relationship, truth,
Form: Rhyme

sworn to secrecy
This doesn't belong to me
here you can have it back
i held it now for almost seven years
its getting heavy
you can take it anytime
i don't want...

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Categories: secrecy, confusion, forgiveness, hope, lost love, love,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member twisted
oh, let me tell you a twisted tale . . . 

of robin hood and a merry band of followers
but my story does not take...

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Categories: secrecy, anti bullying, courage, hate, poems, writing,
Form: Free verse
How do you change a lie into the truth?
Alchemy, dear children ...
this is how it's done, using unverifiable proof
First, you take a sick, dirty lie,

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Categories: secrecy, corruption, dark, psychological, word play,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Romance was not our Muse
Romance was not our muse, he types
Not writes his farewells before each morning -
A simple 'Till tomorrow' left by cooling sheets.

We started as lovers, before...

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© Whirl Wind  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: secrecy, goodbye, loss, sad love,
Form: Free verse

All in the Family

Daughter crime
hooking up with felon Father time
Both got incestuous, crooked desires in mind
Two thieves in a thug hug, 
secrecy intertwine conspiracy vine bind 
Mother brood...

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Categories: secrecy, allegory, family, truth, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse
A Poem for the Fallen 44: A Tribute
Heroes of my age in their morning mourn,
Filled with teardrops of pain and sorrow, 
They'll be now part of the epic history, 
But the cloudiness...

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Categories: secrecy, death, memory, military, pain, prayer,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A river called Ebola
Thathud, boom boom boom 
Thathud, boom boom boom
I listen
As drums beat in Africa
Voices rise above the pounding
Crying out for their lost
For their feverish
Helpless people...

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Categories: secrecy, africa, bereavement, death, education, fear, river,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mother's sacrifice
A mother was born and dreamed of a beautiful life.
A new journey had begun - but a hard path lay ahead.
Demons seduced her beloved -...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: secrecy, mother, mothers day,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member WISTERIA

Oh how this bodice is dressed in taffeta,
Lined with hundreds of lavender pleats
Spiraling, drooping, whirling
All over my voluptuous contour …
Bare these limbs grinding on soft...

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Categories: secrecy, beauty, imagery, tree,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Changeling Prince
The air was filled with sparks so bright
as ash and flick'ring fire abound
The night was filled with fairy light
and from deep down the drumming sound.

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Categories: secrecy, fantasy, imagination, lovenight, old, fire, fairy,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member Initiations of love - Part 2

In you I saw the BEAUTY of life, in it’s many forms,
spanned across time to undrstand the complexity of adoration.

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© Teppo Gren  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: secrecy, beauty, love, passion, wisdom, prejudice, integrity,
Form: Free verse
(for A, I shed)

When I herd these tribes and fashion cities
With my words, you are what's missing.

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Categories: secrecy, introspectionme,
Form: Free verse
A Mutiny on the Bounty
It was a sight that I could not forsee
Ambushed by my own men at morning hour
Hands tight with cord and naked from the waist
A mean...

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Categories: secrecy, words, me, men, beauty, beauty, fruit,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Personal Fame
save me for I have sinned
I have shot a man for nothing
I wish I could rescind 

I've committed grand larceny 
to pay rent and countless...

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Categories: secrecy, life
Form: I do not know?
Rule The World
History shows us throughout time,
their main objective is the same crime,
from Nimrod, Alexander, Hitler to Stalin,
all these men and then some have one thing in...

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Categories: secrecy, power, world,
Form: Rhyme
souper's lament
ghosts of the world befriended me
a silence borne of secrecy
ghosts of the world befriended me
to share in their love of revery

ghosts of the world are...

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Categories: secrecy, angst, on writing and words, world,
Form: I do not know?
Blue Diamonds
Eyes like new diamonds 
Blue diamonds 
Heart beat skips away
Centuries of age 
Wisdom on each turned page
Scribbled in columns 
And etched into stars
A glance into...

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Categories: secrecy, art, magic, remember,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Your Words
I will thank you
For your voice.
It adds a weight to the hem of the veil
That will press down
The curtain of secrecy.

Your words, your octave, your...

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Categories: secrecy, deep, longing, love, relationship, silence,
Form: Free verse
My truth
I'm only telling 
the truth
in my writing 
Because I'm
No more
veil of
secrecy for
I will no longer
ignore my
intuition or
my intelligence 
I don't have time 
for anyone's lies

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Categories: secrecy, caregiving, deep, identity, relationship, self,
Form: Free verse
A Cry For Leadership
Who is that brave and noble one I have heard so much about? I saw you standing right next to him in a newspaper report...

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Categories: secrecy, courage, leadership,
Form: Prose Poetry
Beach Night
Sunburned children warm the black-wrapped Boardwalk

Illuminating graffitied women billowing white smoke into the sky

Midriffs sail by searching for the next lighthouse

That sells cheap lights and...

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© John Floyd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: secrecy, beach, night,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Two Children
Two children lost in the wood and snow,
 huddled by a small but tended fire,
 clinging together for warmth and safety,
That was the story of...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: secrecy, children, death of a friend, life,
Form: Free verse
Dear God, please grant me Your wisdom, without defilement
…but so pure along sanctification’s fulfillment
Teach me Your truth against sinfulness-detriment
…never fallacious in assuring my redemption’s eternal...

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Categories: secrecy, christian, courage, faith, god, prayer, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Early morning vapors emulate a lady's veil,
diaphanous, a softly shifting secrecy; 
inconstant as the tide and deathly pale, 
feathering the lake in fragile mystery.

Minstrels scarce...

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Categories: secrecy, inspirational
Form: Quatrain