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Best Sutured Poems

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


Ripped Soul, Sutured Soul
When you were born did your soul burst,
Sending a part of it spiraling through the universe?
Did you continually walk around feeling lost,
At night did you...

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Categories: sutured, devotion, happiness, hope, husband, love, passion,
Form: Rhyme



Death is a Work of Art
Three pummels to the chest
abusive words wound the heart
slashes though sutured,  never heal
daggers thrown without a second thought

Arrows fly to their target
three aimed to...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, death, heart,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love Bones

Bedsprings crochet bones together.
His back is sutured to gripes
stitched to gummy joints.

In the toilet, avoiding the mirror,
humming softly,
shunning conversation with himself -
the ceiling drips a...

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Categories: sutured, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
God is Dad

dialog with myself invariably involves others
we are all perceivers nobody escapes
no really and truly trust me on this
no manufacturing of childish evasions
maybe it is best...

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Categories: sutured, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Nightmare in Wonderland
Swirling like an exhale from a cigarette that burns
Watching from a distance as the world mundanely turns
Everyday the same routine, a joyless empty place
You wonder...

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© Arte misia  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, confusion, introspection, life, world,
Form: Free verse



Scar Tissue
Oh, the wounds, the gaping wounds
The wounds that never truly heal
Merely self-sutured, leaving jagged scars
left to swell, ooze and re-infect
A temporary stop-gap, a leaking dam
built...

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Categories: sutured, grief, loss,
Form: Free verse
Can You Imagine
Can You Imagine

What else could I possibly ask anyone for
Except poems like mine who people adore
And decided to write more as requested
Hoping that they will...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, inspirational,
Form: Couplet
Alive
Something as awakened you,
your bed is soft and silky too.
You start to feel around,
side to side, up and down.
Then, you freeze,
screaming inside your mind.
Your mouth...

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Categories: sutured, death, halloween, horror, scary,
Form: Free verse
Long Gone Teddy
I needed a friend because I was scared,
My curiosity compelled my decision,my choice.
To precariously balance on my tricycle,
To peer into the unknown, 
The strange shaped...

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Categories: sutured, childhood, growing up, home, memory, pain,
Form: Free verse
The Warrior, the Artist, the Healer and the Cop
The Warrior, the Artist, the Healer and the Cop

The blood of my ancestors
Flows strongly through four
One is my child
But there are three more.

One is the...

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© Mari Sloan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, family
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
We
So we meet again, 
we women, who 
have been scorned
by the explicit
sights of love (or 
something that love 
once was).

We women, 
never moving, 
in continuum,
sisters...

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Categories: sutured, for her, poems, poetess, poets, women,
Form: Free verse
Fitted
I woke up drenched in your affluence.
A lonely thread distending out of me,
you had been at work again.
The ever clever tailor of my fervor.
My skin...

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Categories: sutured, deep, heartbroken, love hurts, metaphor, sad,
Form: Free verse
To A Life Unspent
On the precipice it stands,
loose-limbed with a sinewy grace,
body taut with an implied swagger,
face, grinning, a sun-dappled gold. 
Unclouded by the cataract of cynicism, 
its...

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Categories: sutured, angel, corruption, growing up, innocence, life,
Form: Epic
GARRISON POEMS
Come see my world where the body is found
After the feast of worms is done; come see torn apart
The life and prospects skipping rope in...

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Categories: sutured, depression, political, social, world, heart, heart,
Form: Verse
Premium Member MASQUERADE BALL MACABRE
MASQUERADE BALL MACABRE

clash of swords and ebony bones,
this masquerade ball quickens her pulse.
her mask’s sutured to her face.
panic embraces her opaque eyes.

silver flashes, like lightening...

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Categories: sutured, dark,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ennui Sets In
"Ennui Sets In”

Whenever pen is placed
Between purloined phalanges,
When my mind unfolds and tears along the seams,
I know it’s time to move my thoughts,
Through the underground;
That...

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Categories: sutured, city, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member It's Always Been You
It’s been five long years since 
I kissed your barren nape,
oh…from this tormented sorrow 
it’s so hard to escape-
There have been days of pain 
with...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, cancer, death,
Form: Rhyme
INVISIBLE:not for contest
He stands beside this long   black   granite wall
broken lines   accentuated reflection   recalled names

It is here where he...

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© J. Tudor  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, memory, military, , memorial,
Form: Free verse
Soiled Linen
Soiled Linen


His dreary dream came true,

His pursuit for salvation of humanity,

Came to a sudden halt

 

The teachings she got,

The failures she had fought,

To stay ahead,

Of...

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Categories: sutured, sympathy,
Form: Verse
My Proposed Blog/Bio- Comments Appreciated
My name is Tom Bear Bell.  I was born in 1950 in a cold climate far up north.  Of 
mixed blood (half Eskimo/...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, adventure, animals, family, social, snow, snow,
Form: Bio
How do I do this again Clearly evenly and plainly
Treasure this
I think I have found it
I have found you and sounded out the meaning
I have seen the gold
I have touched it too
I have not...

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Categories: sutured, heaven,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In search of love's end
Did you ever love someone madly, never fully understanding why?
Untrained for such distress, when they touched your hand.
You shared a few days in the morning...

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Categories: sutured, courage, crazy, hurt, longing, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Death of a Rose
The ebony overwhelmed every
crimson of the wilting flower
and the masquerade was slowly
beginning to show.
Was it the veneer of death it had put up
or was it...

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© Afroze Ali  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sutured, bereavement,
Form: Free verse
Theater of Utter Charm Part 10
he licked the carving knife at every meal
the old gods hovered close
he knew who they were and furthermore
why they want to be real so badly
consequently...

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Categories: sutured, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Marriage Demise In A Cantakerous Canteen
Convoys of flashy cars
Matrimonial coteries perched on car windows
Convey cosy impressions in imaginary bars
Belying divorce shadows

That stalk and haunt new marriages
Where cooking sticks, frying pans...

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Categories: sutured, poems,
Form: Free verse