Get Your Premium Membership

Best Swarmed Poems

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

Premium Member At Heaven's Gate - Parts 1 and 2
PART 1:          THE MEETING

Alone one night neath lantern light, I trudged a weary mile.
Forlorn, I went...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, fantasy,
Form: Ballad

This Pillaged Love
My strides left shallow imprints 'pon a sandy shore
Gulls cried out in alarm and swarmed cornflower skies
My thoughts turned to Avalon of King Arthur's lore

Read More
© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swarmed, lost love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Clipped Crops and Croquet Mallets
I miss so many things: the old pear tree, which once lived by the walk and the bees inside. The bees almost never stung, but...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, beauty,
Form: Haibun
The sun kneels to kiss the 
The Darkness floats above like 
And those homeless become 
accidental campers
Setting their plastic beds on the 
cold floors

These black...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, life, night, urban,
Form: Rhyme
Was This Poem Written Yet

The poem was visualized on the front, screen porch, 
in silence, in wonder...
It swarmed the Autumn-purpled flowers by the door, 
leafed through reds, golds of...

Read More
Categories: swarmed,
Form: Alliteration

Salute to a Man of Mud with an Unblemished Heart
Salute to a Man of Mud with an Unblemished Heart 
Rommel E. Gabitan

Clouds of mud cover his forsaken face
His hair showing strands of entangled complexities

Read More
Categories: swarmed, inspirational, heart, heart,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member dead red cardinal
dead red cardinal
swarmed by sugar ant workers....
cat's supper consumed  ...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, nature,
Form: Haiku
The Other Mom
I was laying on the beach
On a hot August morn
A sudden pain in my gut
I knew that something was wrong
It's Eddie.  I felt it...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, death, mother, sad, son, son, heart,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Venus the woman, Mars the Man

Like he pleaded for your friendship
Let’s say he did, alright he did!
Polite rejection would be great,
But all those “hellos” were as fake
He thought being...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, confusion, crazy, crush, desire, girl, men,
Form: Rhyme
Death of a Romantic
The bees buzzed as they always did
and storms receded.
Silence hushed itself inside a shell.
Jackrabbits hopped away from hell
still intoxicated.

The village swarmed with threats.
Honest men could...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, love, sadme,
Form: I do not know?
There Is A Brighter Side
A sheepdog who was really quite confused
not sure how to herd or just what to do
first day on the job
surrounded by a mob
of sheep who...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, confusion, dog, work,
Form: Limerick
Lost and Found
She once said
on a stormy night
before the first drop of rain graced tongues:
"Passion is overrated.  It's out of style"
The crack of clouds blew grey...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, loss, people, words, rain, home, home,
Form: Free verse
20,000 Bees
A cart selling hot dogs and such
Was suddenly sharp to the touch
Because thousands of bees,
Eschewing Chinese,
Thought a frank they would like very much.

They swarmed to...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, nature, new york,
Form: Limerick
my passion
I could write into the night
Into the night I find my light 
In each their hands they hold a key 
A key to be set...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, adventure, anxiety, conflict, courage, fear, inspirational,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Is Our Arrogance So Strong - in the wake of the Corona Virus
Are those tears of sorrow or pure wrath,
God’s anger at mankind
Put on earth to tread his path,
Just to see us stumbling blind.

Little knowing, quite uncaring

Read More
Categories: swarmed, anger, beauty, earth, emotions, hope, natural
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Knowing Right from Wrong
I was taught this at a very young age
Do what’s right and never do what’s wrong
Do not kill and do not steal
Do not covet my...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, funny, happy, hilarious, humorous, imagination, mystery,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member HANDMADE GIFT

Swarmed by choral tunes of early birds,
Her hands mold curves into shape, touched by love
While fluid eyes hum as bands entwine.
Till weeks alight requesting for...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, giving, wedding,
Form: Light Verse
The Pastor's Daughter Nelly
I’ll tell you all a story
Tis one close to my heart
Has love, Has life, It has a cow
A haystack torn apart
The man in question?
Well that...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, farm, fun, girl, humorous, me, me,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Dragon Finds A Patron Saint
Dragon was having a bad time; nothing was going right, one day.
First, he tried to cut the ribbon for the new library… in his name.

Read More
Categories: swarmed, fantasy, fun, funny, giggle, humor, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
The American eagles left their warm nests
before snow fell on the evergreen pines and spruces,
so did the ravens, grackles and petrels...
hidden among the white mountains,...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, animals, fear, nature, peace, sad, winter,
Form: Rhyme
I Remember
“I remember...” an old man said,
“When the first shot rang out,
When the rebels held their stead,
The British bullets flew about,
And through our ranks they sped.”

Read More
Categories: swarmed, conflict, courage, freedom, patriotic, symbolism, usa,
Form: Rondeau
Moon bathing

The soft humming sound from the cooling fan seeps through the crevices in her head; escorts a maze runner inside her. She wants to stop...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, good night, imagery, moon, night,
Form: Haibun
It Happened Like This
They conquered land before habitations --
Viridiplantae or, simply, plantae.
It was swell: Oxygen fungitations.

Until arthropods assumed their stations
(Or, perhaps, eight-legged crustaceans).  
They conquered land before...

Read More
© Tom Arnone  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swarmed, flower, fruit, garden, green, insect, life,
Form: Villanelle
Donor Cozeners
Donor Cozeners
            by Odin Roark

Seduction eased into town long ago,
Thought to be natural.
It was

Read More
© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swarmed, political,
Form: Free verse
A Mild Fall Noon Gone Bad
Eagles hover above shrilling and circling under clouds,
their curved beaks seek prey in the azure lake... 
searching and swooping to snatch the Tundra swans
placidly swimming...

Read More
Categories: swarmed, bird, games, horror, nature, new york,
Form: Alliteration