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Best Supplicates Poems

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Premium Member The Rejected Thesaurus
Once again

A faulty miscarriage of stanzas and exhaled anomalies,
“Man” withers
Unto a Shakespearean passing

“Man” testifies
Verbal precedence above cedar scented opinions
While providing expired empathy to their disfigured...

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Categories: supplicates, corruption, life, people, slam,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Achab, Translation of Pierre Emmanuel's Achab by T Wignesan
Achab*, Translation of Pierre Emmanuel’s Achab by T. Wignesan

One man alone stands erect before the king, and speaks
A man

The king is not accustomed to being...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supplicates, loneliness, words,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Hearkening

"The Hearkening"

In the woods 
a clearing
bare of all leaves
and trees, with exception one

The ground is 
yet hallowed
dirt and sharp rocks

They call this place,
The Place...

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Categories: supplicates, easter, jesus, love,
Form: Free verse
The woman in flowing cape
She is covered from head to toe
in submission to her lord
she covers her beauty from lustful eyes
while she drifts away from sin.
you can hardly see...

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Categories: supplicates, islamic
Form: Verse
Theater of Utter Charm Part 11
Part 11

if you want to be stupid
there is absolutely nothing to stop you
absolutely nothing
it's the free fall zero obstacle zero investment
no push no pull just...

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

Melancholic solstice of the soul 
tears along the broken line equator 
of a heart. A chasm ripped to separate 
and isolate the weathervane 
blown madly...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supplicates, life, love, sun,
Form: Verse
when the fear transcends 
All over my pine body
I was pulled to there
The fear of blur
Ran over my face
The fulgent face of yours
Stared upon my...

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Categories: supplicates, caregiving, fear,
Form: I do not know?
In Motion
My heart in motion 
palpitates a wild tarantella, 
resonates vibrant valves 
and grieves for you, 
my choosing. 

Then juiced on devotion, 
elevates a blue umbrella,...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supplicates, life, love, heart, heart,
Form: Verse
Boat Whistles
A smile and warm tears
A hug and holy kiss
A longing heart at stake
A spirit supplicates
The Springtime leaves
As each phone clicks
To pack up all the pieces

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Categories: supplicates, family, friendship, people, longing,
Form: Free verse