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Best Sweepstakes Poems

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

He was a silent man.

He stayed upstairs, typing unceasingly
and during dinner, mumbled accusingly
nothing ever finished

That evening he noticed, 
saw his child sitting in the distance

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© Angie Mae  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweepstakes, childhood, daughter, father, introspection, life, love,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member A Huffle-wink's Nearby

You all know about fire breathing dragons
and their obsession for hoarding treasure.
But, have you ever heard of Huffle-winks
magical creatures that promote pleasure.

Invisible, atop of dragonflies

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Categories: sweepstakes, 8th grade, cute, fairy, fantasy, feelings,
Form: Quatrain
Wall Street

Set upon the new world stage within the burning fires of hell. Silently posed factions of the elite, suppress...

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Categories: sweepstakes, political, slam, social, war, war, world,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Generalissimo
Spring, Summer, and Autumn, are Her rival
but they all pale to Winter's arrival.
She is less subtle than the other three,
shelter is a matter of survival....

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Categories: sweepstakes, 10th grade, cool, december, imagery, imagination,
Form: Rubaiyat
Premium Member Jimmy, El Nopalero
Nopalero = one who deals with/sells nopales [edible prickly pear cactus leafs/pads]

Aiiiii, Jimmy --
what shall we say, now that you've gone,
worst fear realized:  your...

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Categories: sweepstakes, abuse, age, angst, cat, death, death
Form: Free verse

My Coke Rewards
If you drink Coca-Cola, don’t throw the bottle caps away.
Do you see the code under the cap on display?
The company has a rewards incentive today.

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Categories: sweepstakes, business,
Form: Rhyme
Actors All
Actors All
            by Odin Roark

To fool
Or be fooled
Innate competition for
Life’s continuance sweepstakes

Real life’s honesty

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweepstakes, life,
Form: Free verse

Freeze-frame final fate
Lust losing life late
Grandeur grooming gate

Tensile tact treats take
Soon soaring sweepstakes
Wonderland waits wake


Breath bursting boom bloom
Grasp greets grouse's grim gloom
Ripe rest retrieves room


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Categories: sweepstakes, allusion,
Form: Alliteration
The Answer to All Problems
The Answer to All Problems

By Elton Camp

There’s no concern you can tell
That’s not solvable from e-mail
Blood pressure running too high?
Here’s a remedy you should try


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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweepstakes, funny, cancer,
Form: Rhyme
I received a letter from Toronto,Canada...
stating that I had won the De-Lotto North
American Sweepstakes in the amount
of $ 150,000.00 US dollars! Oh, I went bananas!


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Categories: sweepstakes, people, places, sad, social, sorry, ,
Form: Burlesque
the blues of a distantly bashful benchwarmer
innocent flirtation can be a dangerous game
yet and still i play it in the hopes of it coming to fruition
distance can be the merciless foe...

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweepstakes, dream, hope, how i feel, imagination,
Form: Free verse
I Click 4 Riches 
Living Large
Tall And In Charge
I would not barge
My way through
Winning 50k 
In a free online 
Sweepstakes today

That's way too cool 

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Categories: sweepstakes, celebration, crazy, emotions, faith, memory, money,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member One Day Older
One Day Older!

I don't say it often and yet, it is true, that with each dawn that breaks
Though I'm closer to death, (be it deep...

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Categories: sweepstakes, faith,
Form: Rhyme
Saint Patrick's Day
Saint Patrick's Day,
Irish in every way.

The leprechauns and elves,
Irish cookies on the shelves.

Shamrocks wishing you luck,
The Irish sweepstakes help you win an almighty buck.

Relatives and...

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Categories: sweepstakes, appreciation, blessing, friend, god,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Never Say Die
Never say die, never give up;
as surely as you do, you’re a goner.

My late, great aunt said, “Never will I lie down and let death...

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Categories: sweepstakes, confidence, courage, death, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
the things i don't do
I don’t think your happy 
I don’t mind you so much 
Do you lose your laughter often
And even my conscience softens 

And I don’t need...

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Categories: sweepstakes, adventure, caregiving, happiness, life, music, peace,
Form: Free verse
where in tarnation doth spam arise
sam i yam not, 
     nor will this 'lo bot go away
cuz, every coordinate in cyber space allows, 

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Categories: sweepstakes, 10th grade, 12th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Light Verse
Criminals Online
Criminals Online

By Elton Camp

From the daily volume of spam received
Are more scamsters than can be believed
Why would anyone I’ll never come to see
Want to enter...

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweepstakes, angst,
Form: Rhyme
How Grateful For Acute Psyche Pain
Though psyche sundered and cleft,
sans like Earth bereft of moon
with wrack and ruin
please don't ask how I am doin,
especially after natural automotive
wear and tear
found anguish...

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Categories: sweepstakes, allah, angel, baptism, father, fire, freedom,
Form: Bio
Bloody leftist a wrist tuck crat
Bloody leftist a wrist tuck crat!

Fingers of left hand cried freedom,
detached themselves and declared
mutiny gesticulating thumb thing
awful, than furiously haughtily
prancing, skittering, zipping,...
as self important independent...

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Categories: sweepstakes, 11th grade, 12th grade, august, character,
Form: Free verse
Bramps Bully
memories are like people
they only say what they want to 
look forward to nothing from me
and you'll remain happy.
speaking of which what's up with the...

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Categories: sweepstakes, analogy, appreciation, art, assonance, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Incomunicado Morning
The phone rings;
It's Evariste Galois.
The phone rings;
It's Budapest on ice.
The phone rings;
It's my grandmother,
long dead.
The phone rings.
I refuse to answer.
What's if it's the Grim Reaper?

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© Bill Yates  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweepstakes, morning,
Form: Free verse