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Best Sponge Poems

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


Premium Member Death by Cartoon Sponge
        "More Spongebob, Mimi"--this I hear
        a dozen times a day.
...

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Categories: sponge, grandmother, grandson,
Form: Rhyme



Super Sponge Soul-Soul Consciousness
In a Continuum consciousness far beyond
In a timeless time of pre existence
Waking wonders that unfold and respond
With the Kingdom keys of less resistance...

Seismic secular Soul...

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Categories: sponge, creation, humanity, imagination, miracle,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member BECAUSE I LOVE YOU




I saw the bitter tears of unhappiness
Running down your agonizing face,
Ravaged with pain,

And I became a sponge of compassion
To absorb them.


I heard the howling 
Of...

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Categories: sponge, friendship love, humanity, society,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In The Chill Of An Open Door
 
Cleaning out my refrigerator, an ice cube slides to the floor
startling the cat, and interrupting a locomotive of thought
that often tracks me down in...

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Categories: sponge, angst, caregiving, death, father,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member The MIND HUNTER
In search of the human mind

Different thoughts crossed my mind,
a few conclusions I could not find
The human mind has no stop!
Receiving input, danger, before I...

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Categories: sponge, adventure, body,
Form: Free verse



What Easter Means To Me
Tears of joy streak down
My dust covered face
As I just wandered by and witnessed
The utmost glorious grace

Just three days ago
I watched them crucify
The son of...

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Categories: sponge, faith, forgiveness, holiday, hope,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Skim-Milk Sky
Like a damp bath-towel,
a wet mist wraps itself around my shoulders
and my spine shudders at its touch.

A skim-milk sky retains a bluish tinge
as a yellow...

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Categories: sponge, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Drive In
 Morning sunrise through the sleepy eyes of a young boy bringing
anticipation of sundown and a starlit night
while the chevy still slept in front of...

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Categories: sponge, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Scenes From The Countryside
I love to sit under a tree
And smile as songbird sings,
He cocks his head and stares at me
And drops white slimy things.

And now behold, the...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sponge, bird, love, nature,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member day dreaming
the red glow so far away
so close, embraced
the burst of innervated dawn
restraining its awe

the uplift of a lemony-spring
sponge-squeezed from the sudsy sun
the faucet of quiet...

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Categories: sponge, imagery,
Form: Verse
Premium Member BEQUEATHED BONNIE SQUARE
BEQUEATHED BONNIE SQUARE
                      ...

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Categories: sponge, bird, garden, sorrow,
Form: Verse
Childhood dreams part 1
When I was a child
Everything was magical
Full of mystery and the unknown
I read hundreds of books
The library my haven
My home
Hours upon hours
Night and day
I read...

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Categories: sponge, childhood, cinderella, dream, fairy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Un confit pour toi--A sweet for you
Aimeriez vous une chevaline rouge 
Composée de sucre d’orge?
(would you like a red horse made of barley sugar?)
Vous pourriez faire la race de
Plaines aux tires...

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Categories: sponge, fantasy, race,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Endless War
(not to take too seriously; I think I am immune 
to my "enemies" by now!)

How near to us are foes we can’t resist
when cells, like...

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Categories: sponge, satire
Form: Ottava rima
Premium Member A Maltese Trifle

Pretty crystal dish that holds
A rainbow delight
Layers of coloured custard
Jam spread sliced sponge cakes   
Sprinkled with sherry
Meringue topped
Dream!

--------------------------------------------
8th November 2014 
Contest: Make Me...

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Categories: sponge, food, sweet,
Form: Epulaeryu
Twenty-eight Tiers
My daughter's getting married
To a super guy called Tom,
It's really fast approaching,
It won't be very long.

The wedding dress is sorted,
The venue and the flowers,
The music...

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Categories: sponge, celebration, chocolate, food, wedding,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MEMORIES OF TAMAQUA
Driving past our old home on Glenwood Avenue
Memories came to life from my childhood days
Going over the park, Mom. I'll be in before ten
Got a...

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Categories: sponge, childhood, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Mums Kitchen
Mums Kitchen.

If I went back to the house of my childhood days,
I'm sure I'd see mum in the kitchen, as my eyes start to glaze.
Busily...

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Categories: sponge, appreciation, childhood, memory,
Form: Rhyme
FAR AWAY - a collaboration with OliVe
Shadowed silence vibrates melancholy
As the darkening clouds spiral overhead 
Open spaces, breathing air of mystery
bloody ink of terror break in...doused in dread 
Shattering the portrait...

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Categories: sponge, beauty, betrayal, change, deep,
Form: Free verse
Maisey's Love
I didn't know the sunlight 'till she brought it to the house,
or how much better pancakes are when shaped like Mickey Mouse.
I've learned that giving...

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© Wayne Sapp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sponge, childhood, loveme, , literature,
Form: Rhyme
Sunday Best
What if our Easter Sunday was Holy Spirit led?
What if in place of colored eggs, lost souls were sought instead?

Instead of hurried egg hunts, we’d...

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Categories: sponge, faithson, easter, easter, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
BEING YOURS
How can I tell you
In so convincing a way
That I am yours
I could tell your eyes with my lips
Your shoulders with my breath
Your tummy with...

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Categories: sponge, love,
Form: Free verse
Demonically Dispossessed
Demonically Dispossessed

...man has the ability to express great love,
and dispense great evil...


The legions of darkness descend as they beastly bewilder and offend
The serpents of Babylon...

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Categories: sponge, conflict, evil, fear, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member You Have to Be a Hexagon -edited
A hexagon, a hexagon, you have to be a hexagon.

You say you are a pentagon? 
What use have I for pentagon?
You’re too close to the...

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Categories: sponge, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Drug Store
Driving through a small mining town
Angle parking in front of an old drug store
Memories flashed back to my childhood
Those days are gone forever more

Sitting on...

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Categories: sponge, nostalgia, drug,
Form: Rhyme