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Best Superstructure Poems

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

Premium Member A Tribute to Guru Gobind Singh
You were primarily a spiritualist, 
But circumstances made you a noble warrior:
Your father, Guru Teg Bahadur,  
was treacherously beheaded.
You had to contend invaders from...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstructure, faith, religion,
Form: Free verse

King I was
Had been to an astrologer
To know about my future
But he got hooked up on my past

King I was, he said with reverence
Reveled in all materialistic...

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Categories: superstructure, life,
Form: Free verse
Stretch not on me your other hand
Stretch not on me your other hand:
The tree you stretched it on yesterday;
Its leaves  were off, its fruits dispersed.
The house you stretched it on...

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Categories: superstructure, wind,
Form: Personification
Premium Member The Boomerang
Karl Marx thought that religion 
Was the opiate of the masses,
Which is true as far as it goes.
In his times and in the circumstances,
He could...

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© Ram R. V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: superstructure, irony,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Dorothy
Somewhere on the ocean waves in the year of sixty six
The ocean wind and rain joined forces, a deadly dangerous mix
We were on our way...

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Categories: superstructure, adventure, ocean, sea,
Form: Bio

Cloud Story
Before the lightning comes
Before the thunder frightens the birds
I am under this oak tree
An adolescent of a plant
The grass is cool beneath my back
Around me...

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Categories: superstructure, imagination, love, naturelove, me,
Form: Free verse
Free Education
 sometimes wonder how many dark chapters are lost between the glitter of the details,
Flowers of the most beautiful bloom lay dead while artificial wreaths...

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Categories: superstructure, education, education, education,
Form: Prose Poetry
I see it tied up to its pier,
steel monolith, huge and grey,
the USS Massachusetts,
now a museum by the quay.

Big sixteen-inch guns are silent,
the five-inchers point...

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Categories: superstructure, appreciation, history, imagery, nostalgia, ocean, places,
Form: Rhyme