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Best Supped Poems

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


Premium Member Limerick: Once a Bengal Tigress supped on a Goat
Limerick : Once a Bengal Tigress supped on a Goat

Once a Bengal Tigress supped on a Goat
The horns – pardon – got stuck in her...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supped, humorous,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member SUGAR DADDY - TWO LENSES
Childhood Days

I’d heap spoonfuls of sugar in my tea
I wouldn’t drink it without it you see
That sweet syrupy drink
Wasn’t poured down the sink
Every single drop...

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Categories: supped, father daughter, health, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Pompous Poet
“O to dwell in the past!” yearned the poet. “How nice!”
“The words of today are so coarse!”
So he wallowed in syphilis, sadness and lice,
Wrote a...

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Categories: supped, fun, funny, horse, humor, humorous, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Poet, No Longer Will I Sup at your Banquet
My eyes were sorely struck when once they perceived
verity in your insightful words. Oh, how they grieved
when you chose to kneel low enough to kiss...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supped, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Bear-ly Survived
The beauteous days of summer were here at last,
And the primetime of nature was coming so fast!

We sat on the porch, watching a lazy day...

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Categories: supped, adventure, animal, fantasy, flower, imagery, nature,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member Maundy Thursday
				MAUNDY THURSDAY

The Upper Room was hushed that night,
 	As frightened friends supped their last as one.
Shoving back the morrow
	When their leader would be gone.

This is...

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Categories: supped, death, easter, passion, , Lullaby,
Form: Dramatic Verse
4 Walls
If these four walls could talk they would say..
I'm so sorry that I'm driving you crazy today
there's so much on my chest, I've much to...

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Categories: supped, death, murder,
Form: Rhyme
A moment's visit
A brown-winged Lepidoptera alights
My sweaty hand and tentatively flaps
Its delicate wings in morning sunlight. 
What seemed to me a long time was perhaps  
A...

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Categories: supped, nature
Form: Sonnet
Good Knight
The palace could be seen in the distance,
Mountains complimenting the azure sunset.

He entered the palace gates,
There she stood at the aged portals.

He had returned the...

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Categories: supped, romancebeautiful, beautiful, together,
Form: Free verse
Wimpole Street, Part 4 of 7
(Sir Frederick Treves, Victorian surgeon, has the
following claims to our respect: (1) he discovered
and cared for Joseph Merrick, "The Elephant Man":
(2) He followed the route...

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Categories: supped, london,
Form: Rhyme royal
Premium Member Maundy Thursday
				MAUNDY THURSDAY

The Upper Room was hushed that night,
 	As frightened friends supped their last as one.
Shoving back the morrow
	When their leader would be gone.

This is...

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Categories: supped, faith, imagery,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Reflections


For thirst I went to wet my lips
And knelt down by a stream,
My reflection stared back at me
'Twas like a waking dream.

I looked myself in...

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© Gary Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supped, confusion, senses,
Form: Rhyme
GRACE
The autumn sky attunes itself to hearts,
a sour grey murky wash where lost eyes tire.
with insubstantial dust it affects so,
that vision blurs and minds retreat...

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Categories: supped, analogy, assonance, autumn, bible, faith, god,
Form: Sestina
Homework
Someone said
97%  
Former addicts
Return to addiction

He never felt addiction's hand
Then supped with The Source of redemption

Instead

He sided with ''MORE''
More evil surpasses good
More hands toy...

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Categories: supped, addiction, change, courage, destiny, forgiveness, freedom,
Form: Light Verse
YES LORD: confident, courageous and called
Women are the womb
and the backbone of society 
So in this women's season 
let's celebrate how we came be

When I look back in history at...

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Categories: supped, confidence, courage, faith, women,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member ST PATRICK'S DAY DISASTER
Paddy supped ten pints of real ale
As drunk as a skunk, he turned pale
He slewed to the right
Got into a fight
Now Paddy’s residing in jail!

Luck...

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Categories: supped, celebration, drink, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Siestas
All age, gender, race, let's drink!
Time is potent as rest, think!
Sleep and breathe pure green
My sanctuary sports breezy scene
Wake up, fall in love with life.

Beneath...

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Categories: supped,
Form: Light Verse
Budding my head
The aged guy popped into my office earlier today,
With swift leers and keyed up insolence,
He took a seat untold, remember the parallel pew is always...

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Categories: supped, blue, dream,
Form: I do not know?
Some Sun Drunk Day He Said
Emotions war against sense,
And his mind remains
A pot pourri,
And thoughts in his head
When he lies in his bed
Would make Dorian Gray
Appear pristine.
He wishes to moralize
On...

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Categories: supped, art, corruption, emotions, love, pain, rain,
Form: Free verse
The Ballad of Jeremiah Macabenta
The King hosted a feast, 
   as it was his custom, 
to once a year, feed the least
   blessed in his...

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© Robert Uy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supped, fantasy, funny, imagination, introspection, food, men,
Form: Rhyme
Lonely Hill
Walking up that lonely
hill, facing death with
no regret,bruised and
whipped from head to
toe,carrying the cross,
such a heavy load.

Betrayed by the one
that supped with him,
thirty pieces of...

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Categories: supped, hope, life, love
Form: I do not know?
Wont Need Viagra Now
I’m E coming at you from the darkness
No light can penetrate the blackness my mind indulges in
Like smock from the refer ill seep into your...

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Categories: supped, people, wife,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GRUBBING
Adjusting Appetizing Palates.
I have sampled the variety,
I am the one who has tasted life;
The one who has had a taste of life.
Rarely indulged in the...

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Categories: supped, appreciation, food, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Great Nation
Great Nation



How our eyes have since turned to you
Prayed for your magnificent and proud banner
Its promise of liberty and freedom
Equality for all within its great...

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Categories: supped, historyworld, pride, drug,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Worst Critic
Alas, you do not know me at all. You think you do, and shame on you for it. We've been by this time and again,...

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Categories: supped, bullying, rude,
Form: Free verse