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Best Suzette Prime Poems

Below are the all-time best Suzette Prime poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of suzette prime poems written by PoetrySoup members

A Seagull's Plight
a resilient soul
hoists his drooping wings
dreary but dreamy
soars far
so high
he keeps on searching for his illusive dreams
regardless of the storm and height of mountains
goes through...

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© Galeo DS  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: courage, dream, passion, uplifting,
Form: Suzette Prime

Premium Member Go Away

wars, drugs, poverty
famine, fear, rape, death
and degradation 
that's the kind of world 
desperate immigrants flee
and yet, we won't let them in
go die on the other...

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Categories: 12th grade, anger, angst, anxiety, discrimination,
Form: Suzette Prime
Aging Gracefully
I must do everything a bit slower nowadays
getting up
drinking my coffee
taking the dog for his morning walk in the town park

deciding which breakfast role I...

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Categories: age, old, retirement,
Form: Suzette Prime
silver strings play through lightning
in a tuneful duo with rolling thunder sound
the raindrops bounce and  jiggle
pounding and bouncing
in a rocking band
petrichor ascends
from a thirsty...

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© Galeo DS  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nature, rain,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Sweet Taste of Love
   "Sweet Taste of Love"

sweet taste
of true love
is divine essence
sprinkled from heavenly skyline by Angels.

thin line
severs love
hate resonates heart 
dagger thrusts ---

love conquers...

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Categories: lost love,
Form: Suzette Prime

In Every Garden
Suzette Prime/Free Verse

undulating yowls 
both sides of my hemispheres
reverberates through the ears
continuously play
the mind longs for its most melodious display
nature sings in sweet harmony with...

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© Galeo DS  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: garden, philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
Taking A Stand
Our children are dying
Lying down facing the street
Our own kind has made the task easy for others to complete
From slavery by our own people
To the...

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Categories: baptism, beautiful, beauty, bible, black african
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member The Classical Argument for LOVE
let me make an argument for love you can’t refute
I want to win you
I want you to be convinced
I’m the best thing that there is

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Categories: desire, love, truth,
Form: Suzette Prime
Hymns of Salvation 1
Hymns of salvation

That  my own  body 
is my greatest enemy
was unknown to me.
O Lord, I  was reveling  in its...

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Categories: birth, me, philosophy, religion,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Freedom's Rare Sanctuary

like a grumpy ogre the twisted old tree stood guard
notched scraggy boughs reached out in fierce surety
naught had ever compromised its task
in its dutiable charge


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Categories: courage, england, history, magic, myth, tree,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Imaginary Universe
does exist?
is there any proof?

do we hope to discover,
anything beyond what we think we can see?
in the end we are figments of imagination

without imagination this...

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Categories: suzette prime, imagination, philosophy, universe,
Form: Free verse
In My Prime
I stand
in my prime
sure of my identity
but oblivious to my place in the world
you cannot change me into what you want me to be
but if...

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Categories: suzette prime, philosophy, me, change, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member We're Suppose To Care

invisible in plain sight
humanity's throwaways live on the street
begging a living
how absurd that sounds
in a city of plenty
we are humanity we're supposed to care
yet we...

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Categories: 12th grade, angst, caregiving, depression, faith,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Open Hearts
love fest
welcome here
our community
open hearts and open palms
expressing and receiving other’s feelings

Universality will be possible only when we focus
on human qualities that unite us. Respect,...

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Categories: inspirational, love, peace, philosophy, uplifting,
Form: Suzette Prime
What 'is Name
as with 
"a messenger from afar arriving first"
your arrival in my sphere of acquaintances was brought to my attention 
with bated breath, I counted the...

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Categories: philosophy, planet, simile, universe,
Form: Suzette Prime
Pandora and the Titans
the fire
stolen from the gods 
by Prometheus
it was mankind’s first encounter with progress
its own golden age
no worries
no disease and people lived eternal lives

molded from...

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Categories: mythology,
Form: Suzette Prime
Premium Member Train Station Simile
Life can
Be compared 
With a train station
Some persons will stay with you 
Others will be besides you for a season 

During your lifetime will appear...

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Categories: feelings,
Form: Suzette Prime
success is within our grasp
the fear of failure should not be entertained
visualising the outcome will bring it to pass
sharing our success empowers most others 

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Categories: africa, history, philosophy, political,
Form: Suzette Prime
Separation rules the nation it seems
Our race decrease the identity that cannot be redeemed

Yes we have amicable lives whom still believe in MLK's dream
The steam...

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Categories: africa, america, angel, basketball, betrayal, bridal
Form: Suzette Prime
the smell of the sea
the smell 
of the sea 
is overpowered by the
watermelon fragrance of newly mowed lawn

hunting for unseen tit-bits 
among shrubs –
an earthworm becomes a bone of...

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Categories: nature, philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
The Fish Eagle
master of the river calling to his mate 
I lift my face to the early morning sun 
just in time to see him swoop 

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Categories: nature, philosophy, fish, morning,
Form: Suzette Prime
From the newly opened ream of paper, 
I choose a clean sheet from the wrapper.
I mark the middle of the paper lengthwise,
drawing a pencil line...

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Categories: suzette prime, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
Make Way for the Dolphins and Whales
we don't think
therefore we are not
descartes is dead and gone
machines and computers work and think for us
our minds are shrinking, withering and decaying from lack...

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Categories: philosophy,
Form: Suzette Prime
moments to reflect
As I look up into the night sky, oh what a beautiful sight the stars shining so bright. I think about my Lord and...

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Categories: inspirational, spiritual, life, father, me, heart,
Form: Suzette Prime
collecting ripe seeds –
season’s floral abundance – 
sowing them in prepared trays 
brings fresh hope of renewal

the praying mantis sups on a small cutworm
young shoots...

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Categories: hope, introspection,
Form: Suzette Prime