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Best Sulfur Poems

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

Premium Member A Willow Tree
Someday I'd like to wander free
like butterfly, like bumblebee,
perhaps to plant a willow tree
beside the silent solemn sea,

before these things exist no more,
from mountain top...

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Categories: sulfur, daffodils, nature,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Ending of The Show
Have you ever listened to the silence?
Alone in the giant trees
Have you ever experienced your soul?
Being totally at ease
Have you ever stood atop a volcano?

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Categories: sulfur, devotion, introspection, life, loveme, life, me,
Form: Quatrain
Chamber of secrets
Locked in wisps of steel incense
Swabbed sulfur din...

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Categories: sulfur, allegory, life, mystery,
Form: Senryu
Moon bridge
The moon so bold seems cold
with a halo of midnight glow
I sit mesmerized as the night grows old.

I bleed still, even after all these years

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Categories: sulfur, absence, analogy, cry, december, grief, how
Form: Free verse
Nature's Art
There’s no comparison to Nature’s Art;
It’s seen with the eyes and felt with the heart;

I see it in the trees and the ground that I...

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Categories: sulfur, art, inspirational, introspection, nature
Form: Couplet

The nurse ordered her to push, push, push
in her best proper voice 
and linen balled in red fists knotted
and sweat falls from red face knotted...

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© Sean Swain  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, angst, death, life, loss, passion, sad,
Form: I do not know?
The only relevant fear
The piercing stench of sulfur and death tears through my nostrils
Angels of retribution spread disaster as told by many apostles
My flesh melts but leaves not...

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Categories: sulfur, death, life, religion, fear,
Form: Rhyme
The Nightmare of Reality -part 2-
Her death STARING me down
Staring. . .
Her drooping eyes dangling low
Warm blood
COLD blood!
Don’t come any nearer!
I told you to leave!
You killed them all, one by...

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Categories: sulfur, angst, confusion, depression, me, me,
Form: Free verse
strike a match.
sulfur grazes my nose.
the flames tickle
the surrounding sky.
internal screams,
questioning motives,
FIRE is born.

smoke infiltrates
my lung and throat.
coughing greets the
unwelcome visitor.

FIRE reaches out
touches my hair,

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Categories: sulfur, introspection, life
Form: Free verse
Go Away Spell
I hear your tiny fingers shuffle
against the textured walls, trying
to feel for a crack to slide into 
and hide from the fact that you are...

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Categories: sulfur, childhood, confusion, sympathy,
Form: Blank verse
Smells Like Government

Rancid lemon rope squeeze
around a rotten tomato neck tie,
crooked odor bow hanging out of place 
Acid reflux raisin tax bleed;
dripping spoiled, milquetoast lies
out a sour-twisted,...

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Categories: sulfur, corruption, satire, truth, word play,
Form: Burlesque
sure desolation, final friend of pride
brought forth by hoary pretensions of depth,
in which reside delusions soaked in bile
excreted from the end of every breath

the earth...

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Categories: sulfur, evil,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Ballad of the Bomb

Megalomaniacs, from any era,
all have the killer extinct gene
A beastly desire to bring everything
to the brink of nothing
Oh, how some would love to channel 

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Categories: sulfur, dark, death, visionary, wisdom,
Form: Elegy
So Long As The Poet Amuses Them All
Poetry is breathing out
graces of the heart; 
for unlike other writing,
such exhalation 
transcends words:
whether scented with sulfur
or mint de jour 
poetry is the soul’s lure

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© Joe DiMino  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, humorous, nonsense, poems, poetry, poets, satire,
Form: Free verse
Dandelion moves on
A blithesome royalty, sea of roses smile
      delicate faces spark in emerald pasture.
Vivid sunny weeds, dandelions fragile...

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Categories: sulfur, bereavement, flower, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member inanimate thing
At night, a huge creature floats to the surface of the tart ocean to dream into the moonlight, which barely penetrates the sulfur clouds. She...

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Categories: sulfur, death, dream, environment,
Form: Haibun
hanging gardens
available on all major streaming services and general digital stores
from the album, babylon, through my solo project, sempiternal sepulchrality
beneath the ancient city
a garden of souls...

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Categories: sulfur, evil,
Form: Lyric
Simon Says
"You Wanna Play!!!"

Deep into the forest
I found a wooden doll 
Porcelain eyes, creeping from behind 
Like TV, the music haunted every step 
Falling into a...

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Categories: sulfur, adventure, courage, dark, evil, fear, games,
Form: Alliteration
A warm jungle
Through the warm jungle you can hear every cry.
Crackling gunfire trickles in the echoes; 
Why this place fell and crumbled, no one knows why.
There they...

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Categories: sulfur, conflict, death, hurt, political, rainforest, war,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member The Gardener's Song
There’s no greater spiritual healing,	
Than planting vegetable seedlings,
And feeling living soil on your hands.
You might get tired from aerating,
Watering, weeding, and cultivating.
A kind of love...

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Categories: sulfur, creation, flower, food, fruit, garden, green,
Form: Lyric
A Thinker Who is Sitting on a Toilet Seat
A man sitting on a toilet seat giving strength to his belly, 
though resting his chin on his hand imitating the thinker 
who is sitting...

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© Su Ben  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, life, metaphor, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Beholden to Hinnom
Valley of despair,
eager, burns eternal flames,
delivering souls.

Loathsome lake of fire,
choking forth ash and sulfur,
swallowing the damned.

Cursed, unholy ground,
biblical euphemism,
forge of wickedness.


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Categories: sulfur, religion
Form: Haiku
Premium Member - Haiku X 10 - TIME 00:00 -


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Categories: sulfur, seasons,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Galactic Soup
Galactic Soup

Galactic soup, the Lord wished for,
one day when he felt empty, bored;
some nutrients to give him more
alternatives to be explored.

With hydrogen and helium,
he then...

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Categories: sulfur, creation, space, universe, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Courtesy (Using Elements)

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Categories: sulfur, school, science
Form: Acrostic