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Best Superfluously Poems

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


Premium Member Die Another Day
“Die Another Day”


“Your mission, should you so deem it,
Is to infiltrate ALL Fluff Clusters in K.A.O.S. Headquarters
And bloody well steam it!”


“The Place is a hazardous...

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Categories: superfluously, fantasy, fun, imagery, imagination, parody, woman,
Form: Free verse



Purveyor of Ecstasy
Miles in a coaster, a day and hours elapsed, 
Felt the utmost relief when the whirling wheels halted; 
So weary and dizzy, even a smile...

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Categories: superfluously, appreciation, beauty, education, environment, happiness, high
Form: Quatrain
Flatlined Before Heaven
Shining in hygienic walls
  A flawlessness hollow
Stiff and gray
  On metal tables
Rested upon unkempt hair
  Recollections merge
Into torpid puddles
  That exquisite...

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Categories: superfluously, introspection, life, loss,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member When We Were Eight
When you were eight years old
waking to another perfect day's dawn
what potential did you
with your autonomic empathy,
integrity of left-deductive
with elder-right-tempered languages,
discover?

Who were you
as you stepped...

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Categories: superfluously, adventure, age, culture, home, love, paradise,
Form: Free verse
unplugged 2
unplugged 2

form formed facilitating figurative
impressions, indicating illusory images
leaving lines lingering
lost loves looking lenient

mutually morphing mutated mild memories
yearning, yielding

still seeking superfluously some singular sensation
omitting old obsessions
until...

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Categories: superfluously, addiction,
Form: Alliteration



Lingering love on the wire
Lingering love
Hung on a telephone line
Promises and Moments
Swing like sneakers
Superfluously hanging after the winter

You have been misplaced
Nothing is known
Fate and her heavy fists
have crushed ...

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Categories: superfluously, confusion
Form: Free verse
A Report Of The Jewels Excavated From The Tomb Of The Hectate, Done In A Kind Of A Verse
Minute by minute is my fleshy integument perspired, 
Lathered and lathed and laved in my own shiny sweat;
And my heart it beats rigorously and unremittingly...

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Categories: superfluously, absence, adventure, africa, analogy, art, confusion,
Form: I do not know?
Tumble
Where, when, and how will it happen?
If I ask questions, I receive questions
Of adoration. Silence ensues.
In worriment, I catch a look
On my lady's face, and...

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Categories: superfluously, angst, depression, girlfriend-boyfriend, lovelove,
Form: Free verse
Unnamed 2
Superfluously equating the reasons for "why not",
And as the angels doth not romance,
I shall not dance,
An preposterously  appropriate cheer dances with the wind,
Because.......
......It understands...

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Categories: superfluously, analogy, angel, beauty, celebration, dance, faith,
Form: I do not know?
Favorite Quote3
These are quotes from the end of my Freshman summer of college. Remembering this time of my life I was getting over a broken heart....

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© Mad Rose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superfluously, history, hurt, inspiration,
Form: I do not know?