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Best Sulking Poems

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

Premium Member Yesterday's Fragile Truth
Betrayal has devastated your heart
blocking love’s magic before it could start.
And depression's quagmire entraps your soul
as disparaging lies exact their toll.

Chameleon clouds change to match...

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Categories: sulking, angst, betrayal, depression, hurt, imagery, lost
Form: Rhyme

Under the Willow Trees
A path strewn thick with ruddy-faced leaves
led to nowhere and everywhere in fantasies, 
our near-death rescue from boredom 

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Categories: sulking, childhood, death of a friend, friendship,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Awash
The mica-flecked granite outcroppings loom,
releasing bits of themselves randomly 
sparkling, as they fall, in felted-light they bloom. 

Blasted cliffs, yet brazen, they rise without decree,

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Categories: sulking, seasons,
Form: Terzanelle
Premium Member Two Nice Days In A Row

Just yesterday winter made the front page
yet, today everyone’s talking of spring.
And of sensations only spring can bring
like warm breezes that disarm winter's rage.
Yet, like...

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Categories: sulking, 10th grade, beautiful, feelings, imagery, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Allow altruistic artistry among ailing american adversaries.
Bartering begins before begging beasts break brothers.
Capture calamity controlling catastrophe calming castration.
Dedicate decisions directed down dreary deaf disillusionment.
Eradicate equality...

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Categories: sulking, parody, people, social, kindergarten,
Form: ABC

When You Need to Be Held
Surrounded by seven cherubs of cheer,
Just recently passing my 100th year,
I’ve been standing here on this perch,
In Little Falls, MN’s Our Lady of Lourdes church.


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Categories: sulking, angel, art, confidence, encouraging, jesus, love,
Form: Personification
When It Happens
I cried               Why? Maybe it is because no one understands me.

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© Rebecca C  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulking, angst, depressionme, me, smile,
Form: Narrative
The Revolver
Scene 1:

There once was a man
filled with joy
a wife, a home
and a cute infant boy

Everything was grand
with twins on the way.
A spontaneous dog
who liked to...

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Categories: sulking, loss, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Blue melancholy stalks today
To wheedle me with sulking voice
But rather than to fall its prey
I instead resolve to rejoice

And celebrate this blessed life,
Obliging not this...

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© David Bose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulking, happiness, life,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Hate will never pass the test - Part 2 of 2
I stopped beneath a big oak tree
and tried to catch my breath
My body it was shaking still,
he scared me half to death

I pulled my notebook...

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Categories: sulking, conflict, hate, peace, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
one last smile of sadness
just like she's always done
with a heart and mind pricked by thorn
there she stood with her black and yellow top
And a blue jeans from a...

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© white sage  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulking, blue,
Form: Free verse
I Dream Poetry

From time to time,
I suffer from poetic insomnia ...
sleep deprived makes my muse grumpy
Even I don’t want that sulking soul around me
Dreamless nights
makes my pen...

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Categories: sulking, dream, poetry, poets, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Middle Child Syndrome
When I was 4 1/2 years old, 
as abrupt as a spanking, 
my once reliable mother brought home 
a hospital surprise 
with an alien face...

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Categories: sulking, absence, childhood, me, memory, sad, solitude,
Form: Prose
Like A Broken Teacup
Sitting on the shelf like a broken teacup
I go on despite these difficult moments
I run into myself with Irish green eyes and permanent tear stained...

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Categories: sulking, allegory, angst, husband, recovery from..., sad,
Form: Free verse
Jewels of Africa
Jewels of Africa.

The saffron Queen spins the lilac sky,
her rays flick crimson cinders into Royal Blue Oceans.
Submerge, sizzle, frizzle...going, going, gone! ...But Not.
Cumulus clouds drizzle...

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Categories: sulking, africa, appreciation, culture, nature, paradise, poems,
Form: Free verse
Pity Party
I had the decorations each hung up there to see,
The music I had chosen was in the minor key.
The lighting was quite special--not bright, but...

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Categories: sulking, faith, me, music, me, music,
Form: Rhyme
just sitting outside
just sitting outside
chewing on this gum till i cramp up
the stress of going through it with you is making me drown in my own flatulence

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulking, love hurts, recovery from,
Form: Free verse
Modern Life
Housewives peer from behind dirty windows
Catching signs of the scurrying nightlife
They know killing time is really a sin, 
Though they can be absolved by watching...

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Categories: sulking, addiction, celebrity, culture, world,
Form: Ballad

befuddled by mud puddle conversation
motivated to stay away from those in the throes of saving face
at a sprinter's pace 
saving grace
each time I grind with...

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Categories: sulking, best friend, boyfriend, brother, care, family,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Un-revelling Rivalry
Un-revelling Rivalry

Who am I to speak of historical rivalry I cannot contest
all the clever myriad truths conjectures and refutations
about the two masters the two foes...

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Categories: sulking, art,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Mister and Miss Right
Mister Right and Miss Right met at church the other day.
However, they didn’t recognize each other.
And, too sadly, they didn’t know what to say.
They awkwardly...

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Categories: sulking, angst, education, innocence, inspirational, love hurts,
Form: Free verse
Originally Composed in Persian Language by:
M. H. Shahryar (1904- 1988)
Translated into English by:
 Abdullah Bageri Hamidi

Einstein! An unspecified greeting! Well, pardon;
Running in...

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Categories: sulking, education, environment, future, journey, mountains, war,
Form: Blank verse
The Wanderer and The Wanderess
He was a wanderer searching for a good time.
She was a wanderess searching for love. 
They both searched relentlessly and found one another,
And when they...

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Categories: sulking, break up, how i feel, love,
Form: Sestina
Lazy afternoons
 A visit to my village in the month of june,
all that it offers you is a very short day and a lazy afternoon.


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Categories: sulking, june, seasons, summer,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Awash
The mica-flecked granite outcroppings loom,
releasing bits of themselves randomly 
sparkling as they fall in felted-light they bloom. 

Blasted cliffs, yet brazen, they rise without decree,

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Categories: sulking, nature, sad,
Form: Terzanelle