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Best Supposing Poems

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

Premium Member Supposing I Juxtapose

elusive haiku-
beneath the slippery rocks
adrift forever...


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Categories: supposing, nature,
Form: Senryu

Tropism , natural event
Fair weather eye's
focused on the eastern horizon
occasional salty sea spray
followed by a chilly breeze .

A voyager , wandering adrift today's beyond
searching for better tomorrows
on life's...

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Categories: supposing, imagination, mystery, nature, sun,
Form: Free verse
If you know,
impart what you know.
Don't say that you know,
when you don't know.
It is beguiling to say that you don't know
when you know.
I tarry with...

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Categories: supposing, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member At Times, we all wear a mask
Are you one of life's many players?
Wearing a mask so others can't see;
Hiding feelings, won't let them show,
Absent from what reality might be.

Do you go...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposing, people, life,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Frost By The Stars
Someone there is who does not love the stars,
Expressing doubts as to their relevance,
For him they simply twinkle in the sky;
He knows not the pull...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposing, america, appreciation, celebrity, for him,
Form: Rhyme

Love Redefined and Refined
So deep a love to feel
Your muse Cupid would wonder
When the golden chance you couldn’t steal
Preferring instead to explore gambits like a gander

Pushing a prevarication...

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Categories: supposing, poems,
Form: Free verse
Writer's Block
Every word, sentence and paragraph has three main components.  Each one has a beginning, a middle, and an ending.  On All Poetry there...

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Categories: supposing, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Spontaneity
Why should the mimic apologize? 
Where are the cupboards?
Where are the wages?
Where is the tailor? I had
no use for algebra, I knew it-
in as much...

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Categories: supposing, adventure, dream, fire, memory, people, places,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Beads And Hippie Hair

How lucky can one man be

To have the love and friendship

Oh so many sweet adorable people

Here on the Soup... male and female

It's like a love-in...

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Categories: supposing, memory,
Form: Narrative
Of Love I Ask
Of Love I Ask

Who do we ask 
love from? Who do 
we expect love 
from? It is hard to 
say, when as a 
child you...

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Categories: supposing, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To the Egotistical Fool
If I told it today,
In this moment, right now,
Would you believe me?
Not just please me,
But believe me?

If I opened my chest
And exposed my heart,
Would you...

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© Janet Vick  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposing, introspection, life, me,
Form: Free verse

Supposing boats could swim and fish could sail—pertaining purpose would still prevail
starfish fall from the sky, twinkling planets up high, under ocean beds...

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Categories: supposing, analogy, ocean, sky, perspective,
Form: Alliteration
Retire my pen

Speak to me my muted heart
where went your rhyming ways
The voice of a hearts deepest hour  
in mysteries a soul explained

Is your rhythm lost...

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Categories: supposing, change, dance, poetess, poetry, retirement, time,
Form: Rhyme
Widow Sims
She was an old lady, widowed for years long.
Mrs. Sims was her name, lived a block away.
She was alone, her three children were gone.
Never a...

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Categories: supposing, age, devotion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ON HIS BIRTHDAY
from Anne Donne to her husband John – supposing she went on record..

Five senses have we, but just one soul
I take you part...

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Categories: supposing, birthday,
Form: Sonnet
Hershey, Pennsylvania
Hershey, Pennsylvania’s a place I would like to go.
It is essentially a chocolate El Dorado.
This little town somewhere in the middle of the state
is truly...

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Categories: supposing, adventure, imagination, travel, people, chocolate, people,
Form: Rhyme
City Limits
passing the city limits you can see how 
others (the poor) live and die; their scrabbling 
for rotten turnip, disturbs the fresh earth,  their...

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Categories: supposing, fantasy, future,
Form: Free verse
A Seasonal Walk
It’s a pleasure to walk out on a Winter’s day,
When the cold air bites, and deep snow’s here to stay!
To hear the wind howling through...

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Categories: supposing, humorous,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member Stripping for The Crown
Stripping For The Crown

Well, I sat back and thought about your contest
As silly as it may sound, I chuckled with a grin
A contest I desperately...

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© SKAT A   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposing, allusion, creation, crush, dance, dream, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
The Off-Season
If you ever need a reason
To go someplace out of season,
I’ll supply a few and you can have your pick.
Traffic’s almost non-existent
But if you are...

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Categories: supposing, seasons, travel,
Form: Rhyme
Saga     (1)
Seeing the lives of saga saints
I wanted to pass life reclusively
Nothing hoarding for further life
Holding only covering body
Two metres of...

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Categories: supposing, encouraging, inspirational, introspection, judgement, lonely, paradise,
Form: Concrete
An evil one again
        An evil one..
Not to go with soft referred as despotic rules are just.
Nothing quite defected if nothing...

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Categories: supposing, angst, evil, life, may,
Form: ABC
Neverending Foolishness

There are times,when I can get too serious,
unrelenting,I suppose is my characteristic fashion.
but,venting in such a manner,is better than becoming furious,
especially when there's nothing but,...

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Categories: supposing, people, social
Form: Free verse
                 All the people - walking - talking

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© Katy Weir  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supposing, death, me, me,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Sound Of A Broken Heart
The sound of footsteps receding
The door softly closing
The subtle patter of raindrops
“Pon the silvered window pane

Could a heart be heard breakin”
I’m sure I’m not mistaken

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Categories: supposing, heartbreak, loneliness, longing, loss, lost love,
Form: Elegiac Lyric