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Best Superhuman Poems

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


Reaching destinations
Exceeding expectations

Staying professional
Getting it done in a way that is exceptional

Far from probable
Didn't seem possible
But it happened and was phenomenal

Was stuck like barnacles
Then moved...

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Categories: superhuman, fun, imagination, perspective, poetry, rap, word
Form: Rhyme

Doctor Superhuman
I watched him step into the walk-in closet
Don’t know what he does, inside there
But out steps a beautiful man, dressed and prepared.

He saves people everyday...

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Categories: superhuman, devotionpeople, people,
Form: Free verse
Last Episode of Pure Fantasy.

Fireball always seems to take center stage,
Except in the last episode it was with absolute rage,
Echoman has secretly...

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Categories: superhuman, universe, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Sonnet on Popeye
One character I used to like a  lot
was skinny, bald, and not at all refined.
yet he was superhuman when he fought
and also had a...

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Categories: superhuman, character,
Form: Sonnet
The Guardian
For Mother's Day -

Sometimes, we forget -
A Mother is human.

Sometimes, we forget -
That she has fears of failure
As a wife,
As a parent,
As a human.

Sometimes, we...

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© Jan Pearce  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superhuman, children, mom, mother,
Form: Free verse

A Cry For Leadership
Who is that brave and noble one I have heard so much about? I saw you standing right next to him in a newspaper report...

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Categories: superhuman, courage, leadership,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Field of My Dreams
The park was immense, its lilac-bush-lined fences remote
   To blast a home run took a superhuman smote
All alone a-tremble at home plate, so...

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Categories: superhuman, baseball, loss, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member MERMAIDS' OMEN

There once were mermaids hailing from Crete
The Aegean Sea they'd rule so sweet
        They'd enchant with their chant

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Categories: superhuman, fantasy, lust, myth, sea, storm, strength,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member STARS APPEAR
this poet’s page suddenly turns black
stars appear

am i standing on the earth?

the sky like the palladium
of the phantom of the opera

a masquerade of candleshine

i wouldn’t...

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Categories: superhuman, appreciation, imagery, stars,
Form: Free verse
In world of mannequins, I step to the cause.
     I see this woman fussing at her child about wanting...

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Categories: superhuman, funny, hero, humorous, image, me, metaphor,
Form: Lay
Age and Flow
If I had to recount a range for pure,
If would be womb to birth to sixteen years.
Aglow with vigor on a virgin shore --
Of first-love...

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© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superhuman, age, first love, growing up, nostalgia,
Form: Sonnet
A Mother's Love
Everyday Belongs to the Lord but the Lord has given this day to you. 
He bestows this in remembrance of all
You been through.
From the day...

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Categories: superhuman, christian, mothers day,
Form: I do not know?
Nebuchadnezzar's Dream
31 "You looked, O king, and there before you stood a large statue—an enormous, dazzling statue, awesome in appearance. 32 The head of the statue...

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Categories: superhuman, religion,
Form: Narrative
Seek Knowledge will you
Made you the creator has
Third person you are
A game if u will
Controlled vessel by soul
Truth and Knowledge seeks you
Find it you must
Plant, fish ,land animal...

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Categories: superhuman, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Eat, Sleep, Love, Repeat
Light, the kind that brings the faintest glimmer of hope,
appeared suddenly through a darkened wood;
like an oasis after travelling through the Sahara so parched
with thirst...

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Categories: superhuman, angst, heartbreak, hope, hyperbole, love, love
Form: Rhyme
Thinking machine
Quickly access information
Detached, indifference, inexpressive, objectivity

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
February 22, 2010
Poetic form: Cinquain

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Categories: superhuman, computer-internet
Form: Cinquain
Premium Member Recalled to LIFE
His heart ached as he looked at her
Her eyes had no sparkle
She walked ignorant of the fact
That her footsteps rocked his world
That she exuded sexuality

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Categories: superhuman, life, longing, passion,
Form: Free verse
Here I am again
Staring at my reflection
Asking why still in combustion
At the eyes  full of confusion 

Where am I?
Feeling drowned in the sea of...

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© Edz Roxas  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superhuman, art, character, conflict, journey, mirror, missing
Form: Rhyme
Me and The Zimmer Man
•to zimmer (v.t.) – to flash brilliantly with apparent blinding insightfulness, suggestive almost of a certain numinosity.**
•** numinous (adj) – of or pertaining to a...

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Categories: superhuman, dream, journey, metrical tale
Form: Prose Poetry
Generally, no kiss does attract opposite
But, necessary of course
For a definite purpose
Like in intercourse 
Kiss is important incidence.

Kissing stimulates
With the same gender it complicates
But, more...

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Categories: superhuman, life,
Form: Free verse
In loving memory of SOMEONE ELSE
We were all saddened to learn of the death this week of one of our hardest working citizens. SOMEONE ELSE.  When SOMEONE ELSE died...

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Categories: superhuman, death of a friend, deep,
Form: Ode
Venting Crow
One day goes by and you would think my luck sustained from before would carry over
but erupt goes the bad luck and my emotions run...

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Categories: superhuman, recovery from, repetition, riddle,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rock, Roll, Love and the Epic Story of he Fall
Epics have seven main characteristics:
The hero is outstanding. ...
The setting is large. ...
The action is made of deeds of great valour or requiring superhuman courage.

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Categories: superhuman, creation,
Form: Epic
Being Human
Just a time travel away!
Did people become so brilliantly clever!
Within a blink of an eye,
Evolving superhuman beings,
From cavemen to inventors,
To knowledge condensers,
Traveling thousands of miles,

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Categories: superhuman, poetry, universe,
Form: Free verse
How far has wisdom travelled?
Generations of clever people,
With their intelligence and inventions,
Sometimes for the good,
Others bad,
Wars ammunition guns, bombs,
Aeroplanes rockets,
How far will it go?
When did...

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Categories: superhuman, poetry,
Form: Free verse