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Best Supplemented Poems

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


How Lovely
How lovely, isn't
It, to have an 'off' switch, shotty wiring
And all,
And a presence lined up to ****?

They are always there
To cauterize the wounds of emotional...

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Categories: supplemented, abuse, addiction, angst, courage, dark, depression,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Kiss, Kiss, Kiss
Kiss, kiss, kiss
My mind is all black out
and sensual creativity, beyond me in expressions
Kiss, kiss, kiss
I’m beginning to share your Life’s breath
crafting into you like...

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Categories: supplemented, emotions, love, lust, romance, romantic, sensual,
Form: Romanticism
Humble Abode
My Humble Abode

I awake to the sounds of roosters informing everyone that it’s time to rise and shine.  The roosters have  just clocked...

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Categories: supplemented, america, child, children, dream, home, imagination,
Form: Prose
Time tells me this
So for now run away-
because none of this is your business,

never mind the bleeding branch that's supplemented your fitness,

never mind the hateful rant you hear...

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Categories: supplemented, cat, inspirational, mirror, miss you, money,
Form: Verse
An Angel
An angel 





Her angelic aura came as a prize
affectionate heart kindled my soul
succored a subtle mind mellow wise;

She would often set a noble goal 
for...

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Categories: supplemented, angel,
Form: Terzanelle



The Materials of Criticism - by Bob Atkinson
The Materials of
Criticism

- by  Bob Atkinson

to look upon a word
fixed art
for value of the
whole or parts
begins a journey
demonstrated
to frustrate each of
the five senses

do we?...

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Categories: supplemented, allegory, creation, passion, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: Quatrain
Myself in Someone Else

Bone of my bone,
flesh of my flesh
The best part of me
is in someone else
A heart that mirrors my heart,
		      ...

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Categories: supplemented, life, love, missing, perspective,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member A STRONG AND SILENT TYPE
Fathers of that era
did not hug or touch or
intimate their love.
He was the same

Did he love us, we his
kin, his blood-seed. He
did not say, yet...

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Categories: supplemented, introspection, life,
Form: Bio
Premium Member FAMILY TALES recited
ANTI CLIMAX
I woke, icicles frozen to the window pane
melting as I looked out; Snow, drifts deep
on the lawn. Still crunching my toast
chilled toes wriggled into...

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Categories: supplemented, family,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Sacred Shelters
If humane shelters
for homeless souls
with diverse bodies
were also sacred liturgies of passage,

Then sanctuaries for healthier transitions
could be good faith care-giving and -receiving communities
moving together
toward cooperatively-owned
and...

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Categories: supplemented, caregiving, earth, green, health, home, integrity,
Form: Political Verse
She Turned Green And Bloomed
Summer
Bummer 
Dead leaves on the ground
 I reckon autumn is around 
Freezing mornings yet she remained still 
She never went ill 
Then came fair weather...

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Categories: supplemented, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
I absconded with reader rabbit Peter to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day
I absconded with reader rabbit (Peter), to celebrate Saint Patrick's Day

Ah Sheik Hog - Ho!
One "FAKE" Wingman Flying
Via O'hare To Dublin y'know
Cuz, The Leprechaun within
me,...

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Categories: supplemented, adventure, best friend, courage, creation, heaven,
Form: Epic
Changing Body Shapes
My wife and I discussed each other,
as if we’re mirrors talking back,
and home truths kind of struck a chord
about some body parts gone slack.
I never...

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Categories: supplemented, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Mental Illness Inherent Since Birth
Fresh home from therapy,
     and resonate with zeal
tush air cerebral cogs a turn'n
     analogous to and pinion...

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Categories: supplemented, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Talking back


Hey all you temporary oscillators
born to the impetuous posture
you gun jumping rattle shakers
wavering your body English
in a gesture of kinetic ardor
for the passage of time...

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Categories: supplemented, how i feel,
Form: Free verse