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


Premium Member The Library of Trust and Hope
The Library of Trust and Hope
The Bank of Trust and Hope

(Cant decide on title, so feel free to pick or suggest one)

She was all but...

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Categories: surprisingly, analogy, garden, growth, happiness, philosophy, trust,
Form: Light Verse



Premium Member - I Died A Little Inside - A Sad Bluebell Story -

A windswept bluebell I am
even though the sun is high in the sky
The wind ruffled the hair
my skin would slowly freeze like mosaic
Want to paint...

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Categories: surprisingly, blue, cancer, death, emotions, farewell,
Form: Free verse
Hide and Shriek
Ten-year Randi Clay
Just moved into town -
The town of Fear Street,
Where horror pulls you down.

Enormous, gigantic calendars
She sees, hung on her street
On October 10th is...

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© Sneha RV  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surprisingly, horror,
Form: Rhyme
Caught By A Train
I was caught by a train yesterday

I hear people say
this often in exasperation
exaggerated tones
with over-dramatic groans
as if the train somehow
physically captured them
in its large mechanical...

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Categories: surprisingly, appreciation, art, imagery, inspiration, perspective, travel,
Form: Free verse
On the other side of rainbow
I stood still on the top of the mountain
Gazing at the nature's colourful fountain
Wondering what's behind this amazing rainbow
I ventured curiously on to every high...

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Categories: surprisingly, life,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Gut Punch
Baring the brunt of betrayal, 
his long-time lady lover leaves him 
for another flame. Surprisingly saying 
"I'm so sorry, Sam, we should start
seeing other people"

Broken...

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Categories: surprisingly, betrayal, friendship, love, relationship, sad,
Form: Alliteration
Devils favorite things
How can people want rights but they aren't right
While working in the daylight with souls bright as night
The creator shall judge the judges, The evil...

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Categories: surprisingly, betrayal, evil, freedom, how i feel,
Form: Tail-rhyme
Deaf and Gone
I am whatever you say I am...
but, let's get back to reality...

       Three short years ago, this room shined...

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Categories: surprisingly, confusion, dedication, depression, devotion, faith, family,
Form: Free verse
A Big Soul Sunshine Smile
                Another big bright star,
    Blonde Scandinavian...

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Categories: surprisingly, poetess, smile, sunshine, tribute,
Form: Free verse
Green is Healing
At the end of the finishing line, 
a deep grouchy voice thunders in my ears
and said, “Welcome home”.
I stepped on the green carpeted grass 
and...

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Categories: surprisingly, change, corruption, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Sky
I was only ten when I first fell in love
surprisingly with the vast blue sky,
the sky was very near to me then
almost within the reach...

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© kash poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surprisingly, childhood, imagination, me, sky,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hope
Hope


A frail boat our life is in the middle
                ...

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Categories: surprisingly, hope,
Form: Epigram
vignette-Ode to Joy
Inspired by Friedrich Von Schiller’s poem,
The birth to a tumultuous...orchestral bliss.
The flicks of his wand was the rhythm he heard,
A call for dramatic attention...an extraordinary...

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Categories: surprisingly, music
Form: ekphrasis
Premium Member My Mother-In-Law
My Mother-In-Law has passed 
    so she is no longer here.
Mixed feelings I have 
    but a little less...

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Categories: surprisingly, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Forever Friends We'll Be?
I said forever we'll be.
That's you and me.
Though the love may have fizzled,
the friendship would never leave.
I must question myself now,
face the truth,
now that you...

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Categories: surprisingly, friendship, life, love, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member PARADIGM SHIFT


For years and years
I lived the curse of all women

A woman’s work in never done
That is, never finished
The more work I did the more work...

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Categories: surprisingly, freedom, future, inspiration, introspection, me, passion,
Form: Free verse
Awkward Aardvark
I am an awkward aardvark

Awkward because, no one knows exactly
what kind of animal I am
how to classify me

I am an awkward aardvark

Evolved by necessity into...

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Categories: surprisingly, animal, how i feel, humor, i
Form: Free verse
Broken Ties
As I walk under a dying star
Filled with the scars of love
The sky reflects my position
It covers a multitude of sins!
Although I run from it...

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© Mark Frank  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surprisingly, friendship,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Polar Bear, I Am
          I'm a polar bear, just that.
         ...

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Categories: surprisingly, animal, humor, imagery, nature,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Ruler of Daddy Longs Leg Resort
The Daddy Long Legs crawled into my tea.
Looked up and smiled, coyly at me.
Invited his wife and his offspring, all three.
They were having the best...

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Categories: surprisingly, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member A World Without Pity
After wishing me a good morning, he said that it was all set,
It was time to raze the house, even though I wasn't in debt!

But...

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Categories: surprisingly, adventure, fantasy, home, lost, time, world,
Form: Couplet
Myrtle the Turtle
Myrtle the Turtle

There once was a turtle named Myrtle.
She could speed through a maze and climb a hurdle.

While she was small, she was a friend...

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Categories: surprisingly, childhood, nostalgiachildren, day,
Form: Couplet
I cannot believe I can smile
I smile without acknowledgement there of
With simple joy all I can do is shrug
For love, I can’t tell where it is above
With sweetness and kindness...

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Categories: surprisingly, growing up, happiness, life, love, teen,
Form: Italian Sonnet
A Story My Mother Told Me
someone always told me this with tears in her eyes...


(for Lata Sethi's late-mother, who was my mother’s ‘sister’ and who took us all into her...

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Categories: surprisingly, forgiveness, freedom, friendship, grandmother, hate, history,
Form: I do not know?
Behind the Selfies
I have a very brief confession
that I have to make.
It's about the selfies 
and it'll make you break.

I only wear glamorous tops 
during my homemade...

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Categories: surprisingly, creation, high school, hilarious, humorous, my
Form: Free verse