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Best Supposedly Poems

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

Premium Member Achilles, His Heart and Soul Were Mortal
Achilles, His Heart and Soul Were Mortal
Part One- (Years Before Troy)

Achilles* woke, his slain foes calling out his name
hearing merciless woes, his sharpen sword they...

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Categories: supposedly, courage, fantasy, hero, history, mythology, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme

Time! Those minute and 
Angular grains...
Wherein,  subscribed to 
Each hypothesized increment
All supposedly contain
A singular ticking second from yet 
Just another incumbent 
Man's futile attempt...

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Categories: supposedly, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Where Once Stood Man
What is it that our
vaunted intellect supposedly conveys?
That benefits the air and sea, 
summits, life and
broad expanse of land?

Suppose that we 
at some stark moment

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Categories: supposedly, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Teacher's Pet
As I look back, it all seems funny now
Recalling all those awkward teen age years
I pushed the limits farther than allowed
Supposedly when young, we had...

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Categories: supposedly, crush, funny love, humorous, teacher,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member I Started A Joke
So professional in his lies - So ruthless in his ambition
Feeding lies to the simple folk - convincing in his deception
Telling them they live on...

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Categories: supposedly, betrayal, corruption, grief, inspirational,
Form: Verse

Corona virus welcome to the UK
Its here the thing we all fear, 
The apocalypse is near,
The devils spurn has risen,
Trapping us in our homes like prisons,

To plague our planet already...

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© Sarah Cope  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposedly, care, death, sick, society, solitude, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Curse of Caste

They came on bullock-carts
loaded with gods

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposedly, birth, class, race, racism, religion,
Form: Free verse
A 'c' change
If you should search for knowledge 
To answer the riddle of your self

All the books found on every library shelf
Might not relieve your puzzle a...

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Categories: supposedly, courage, humorous, life, philosophy, riddle,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Holy Cow, Ii's Bigfoot
Living near the Lumni Indians 
In our own Puget Sound
Is a family of humanoids.
Few folks know they’re around.

They come down from nearby mountains
To escape the...

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Categories: supposedly, imagination,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Evolution of Learning (Part One)
It amazes me how much man has evolved
Yet, How little he has learned
All around the globe
Millions die of disease and starvation
While the ever so intelligent...

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Categories: supposedly, history, life, loss, people, political, social,
Form: Free verse
felled tree

Dear swollen-trunk maple, deemed 
diseased by the saw-happy tree guy, 
you who have stood silently, supposedly 
slipping your ailment through your roots 
to the neighboring...

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Categories: supposedly, life, tree, space, tree,
Form: I do not know?
Stop the Abuse
Why do we let the people who supposedly love us, abuse us?
Abuse has many forms but the most insidious is verbal
Physical pain is forgotten but...

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© Mama Bear  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposedly, abuse,
Form: Free verse
Life Story
I was beaten
With a belt or a hand
Time after time
When I supposedly did wrong
They never warned
Just did
They don't care
So why should I
This is my life...

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Categories: supposedly, death, depression, family, life, teen, life,
Form: Free verse
Why Vote?
why are our tax dollars being spent on crippled
and paralyzed drug hoods?
why are we supporting teenage girl having babies 
and not trying to do any...

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Categories: supposedly, introspection, life, philosophy, social, voice, political,
Form: Carpe Diem
Melted Ice Cream Promises
You swear your word is solid
as a silver serving spoon
Well, why does it always feels like
another mis-spoken dog day afternoon
		Hotter than July
in the middle of...

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Categories: supposedly, allusion, metaphor, perspective, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Occupy My Home
How strange this thought alive tonight,
My own recollection, birthed and taken wing;
How beautiful in flight...
How strange, I think:
A broken heart makes no sound
Soft or loud...

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Categories: supposedly, introspection,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Holy water's magical elixir
Hallelujah, born again

chapels scheming, mankind reeling

 in holy water's baptism of wizardly elixir

  postulating an all consuming reverence,  

rejuvenated myths of deiform fears


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© Paloma P   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposedly, abuse, analogy, baptism, corruption, dark, faith,
Form: Free verse

They’re all ignored by us, but they have feelings too :
A black  gravestone  in  New York, down in the world, 
Recalling its...

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Categories: supposedly, funnynight, old, beach, feelings, night, old,
Form: Free verse
Constipation hell worse than perdition
 Less than twenty-four hours after dashing off a poem 
   explaining why i wanted to die
found me experiencing physical duress vis a...

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Categories: supposedly, angst, anxiety, blessing, conflict, grave, pain,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member God Asked Me
One day, one time, God spoke to me.
The Creator who knows everything supposedly,
had a question that needed answering from yours truly.
"You're always helping others in...

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Categories: supposedly, caregivinggod, people, god, people,
Form: Rhyme
Of my love for you
Of My Love For You
I remember the first time I'd heard your voice. You had just dropped off a another dude, seen the good bye...

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Categories: supposedly, marriage,
Form: Personification
Open Secret
It was crazy. 
They weren't.
They just like the whole craziness.
I guess I did, too.

It was the type of crazy,
they teach you not to talk about.


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Categories: supposedly, confusion, crazy, funny, irony, life, truth,
Form: Free verse
Forever Awakening From Deep Sleep
Unshakeable groggy state
plagues mein kampf
impossible mission to awaken
this comatose zombie
drugged horror - by potent

self manufactured narcotic -
oppressive tantalizing
nightmares indistinguishable
when supposedly conscious,
eyes cannot differentiate

dusky "reality" from

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Categories: supposedly, absence, bereavement, betrayal, conflict, father, meaningful,
Form: Free verse
The Poor and Lonely
Today someone praised a poem I wrote
It is about considering the disenfranchised
at this supposedly jolly time of year
Why, she said, just think about all in...

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Categories: supposedly, analogy, culture, writing,
Form: Blank verse

How the compass of time gradually deceives their seasons growing cold--
Redhead locks and manly hair transform into gray     pepper gray
That in...

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Categories: supposedly, dedication, recovery from, relationship,
Form: Prose Poetry