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Best Suites Poems

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


Suites
His cards weren't drawn yet he reeked of falsehood
eyes twitching back as he, in the hall, stood
Watching the room, the players at hand
watching and waiting...

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Categories: suites, business, jealousy, riddle, scary, violence, word
Form: Quatrain



Premium Member the PLAGUE
as the PROPHETS of profits, WE lead and WE’re fair
while WE’re living the life of the poor BILLIONAIRE
– silver yachts, pearly castles, cash (plenty to...

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Categories: suites, society,
Form: Quatrain
England Today
As the horizon fills with minarets,
People continue blazing cigarettes,
In super casino’s placing bigger bets,
This country’s in a mess,
Old folks freeze to death as winter sets.

I...

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© erol state  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: suites, education, people, urban, green,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member BLAST FROM THE PAST


Las Vegas nights
Bright flashing lights
Guests arrive in droves
To visit gamble and let loose
Their private jets and stretch limos
Hollywood royalty on tour
Dressed for a neverending gala
The...

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Categories: suites, celebrity, change, city, fun, money, night,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The First King Size Bed
The first king size bed was fashioned nearly two thousand years ago,
Not by Thomasville, Broyhill or Bassett, manufacturers we all know.

There was no pillow-top mattress...

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Categories: suites, christmas,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member Shut-Down City
On asphalt, wet with blood and sweat (down streets with no address), 
there lay a man, snuffed by the Man and left to evanesce.
The Man...

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Categories: suites, freedom,
Form: Rhyme
BORED IN MANHATTAN
I probably am the only one in the Big Apple to admit,
" The bigger the city, the lonelier one feels! "
Skyscrapers are modern monuments built...

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Categories: suites, adventure, blue, cheer up, city, emotions,
Form: Dramatic Verse
THE BIGGER THE CITY, THE LONELIER ONE FEELS
I probably am the first one to say,
" The bigger the city, the lonelier one feels! "
Skyscrapers are modern monuments
that we build against a foggy...

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Categories: suites, cheer up, city, emotions, friendship, lonely,
Form: Free verse
Endangered Trailblazing
Endangered Trailblazing
                       ...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: suites, devotion, family, father, life,
Form: Prose Poetry
A Meadow For Autumn
when eve doth fall upon summers’ end, 
   a hint of splendor bequeathed arose
upon firmament as changed scenery 
   (this third...

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Categories: suites, age, allegory, autumn, change, environment, nature,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Cosmic Trip
Pastel skies collide with waves of atmosphere
Through rockets blast on thunderous gaseous fire 
Hurled away from Spring time madness flowered
Comforts of the Earth revoked

Man owns...

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Categories: suites, absence, adventure, creation, deep, earth, science,
Form: Free verse
Message in a Bottle
Proem

After Sir Thomas recovered the Spear of Destiny and returned it to the Pope at the Vatican in Rome, he remained there for several months...

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Categories: suites, baby, bible, christian, courage, devotion, faith,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Wedding Bells Blues
Married by a de-frocked priest
[the folks didn't have a clue ]
the day was mostly sunny,
the geese were quaking too!

My groom it seems was fretin'
but my...

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Categories: suites, funny,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Access To Excess
An ardent longing for the finer things ...
Vodka from eggs - bedrooms with wings.

Bugatti's and coffees topped with gold,
Armani, Brioni, and true absinthe, old.

Bottega Veneta...

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Categories: suites, appreciation, boat, car, dream, food, health,
Form: Couplet
BLACK SHEEP DRAWBACK
‘BLACK SHEEP DRAWBACK’

Discouraged, anxious and unsure—pitch black tarmacs start their war
Petrified, panicked and distressed—uncertainty cracks amidst unwelcomed guests
Dissociated and desensitised a perfect attack—as nervous disposition...

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Categories: suites, fear,
Form: Rhyme
The Lean Old Men
The lean old men in my vicinity
wake to find themselves a day older
then turn away from the mirror to reflect
on their miserable circumstance.
Then they masque...

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Categories: suites, community, corruption, evil, men, money, old,
Form: Free verse
No place like home
What's going on in my home town? 
I ask you this from behind my frown 
The high streets full of charity places
Populating the vacant spaces.

We...

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Categories: suites, feelings, future,
Form: Rhyme
I dreamt of you
I had a dream last night
a very disturbing dream, a nightmare almost:
I was on a bus, not knowing where it was
It passed through destroyed cities
Collapsed...

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© Rahy Hy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: suites, dream,
Form: Free verse
Trailblazing Then and Now
Trailblazing Then and Now

Astride his father’s shoulders
Like a double decker bus
There was always what his father saw
And the child’s gaze beyond
They learned together
What their senses...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: suites, philosophy, father, father,
Form: Free verse
We call on Him
We call on Him

We call on Him when not a thing we have to eat
We call on Him when clothes we have not to wear
We...

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Categories: suites, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Three Very Wise Guys Indeed
A boy King was born in Bethlehem piquing the interest of three very wise guys.
They came from the East guided by a mysterious Star streaming...

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Categories: suites, parody, religion, star, star,
Form: Rhyme
AJE
It dwells not in any trade
but,
in a destined market.
Think of a distance market
Rather,
it blesses a close by shop.

Whitish and glowing
Just like cotton strands
'Aje' is feminine.
Her...

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Categories: suites, black african american, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
When I was a kid
Sometimes I try to remember back when I was a kid
And the things we did
Like climbing up forty feet in a pine cone tree
Feeling feel...

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Categories: suites, adventure, family,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
The Seeker

By Ezar The Last Street Poet

What seeker can see what I have seen prophetic dreams 
Shot gun houses torn screens safe houses triple beems
Escorts giving...

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Categories: suites, business, deep, emotions, poets, power, word
Form: Lyric
after finding a penny heads up
after finding a penny heads up
i am introduced a new type of day
it is like a movement on a trampoline
suddenly i am travelling in another...

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: suites, beautiful, blessing,
Form: Free verse