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Best Sweetens Poems

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


winter's afterglow
stars twinkled brilliantly
against majestic snow-capped mountains,
delicate pure white flakes danced;
swirling, twirling, rhythmically.

she stood, nose pressed tightly
against the window pane; gazing in awe
at the magic the...

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© Lynn Marie  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweetens, angst, death, introspection, loss, lost love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member The Scent of Your Soul
The scent of your feelings clings 
To the fabric of my dreams
It never leaves….it lingers
Lingers
Permeating everything
The scent of your feelings
Envelopes me

The fragrance of gardenia
When you...

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Categories: sweetens, flower, for her, soulmate, women,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 3 Musketeers A collaboration with Casarah Nance and Tim Smith
I wrote a poem of despair 
My hearts been tossed up into the air 

She wrote a limerick that was taboo 
She made me laugh...

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Categories: sweetens, funny, humor,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member The Scent of Your Feelings
The scent of your feelings clings 
To the fabric of my dreams
It never leaves….it lingers
Lingers
Permeating everything
The scent of your feelings
Envelopes me

The fragrance of gardenia
When you...

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Categories: sweetens, romantic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Romantic Ramblings about the Ultimate Man
You’re the finest man I have ever seen
You are handsome and strong
Virile
Full bodied
Beautiful to the eyes
Alluring to the hands
Your lips
Send messages
“Come and taste
And never thirst...

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Categories: sweetens, desire, dream, romance,
Form: Free verse



Pancakes
My mum just made me a pancake,
So very round and flat,
I put ice-cream and honey on,
Then ate it where I sat.
The taste is quite enormous,
It...

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Categories: sweetens, children, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
A Walk With The Birds
Slowly spring sun caresses the land
As kowhais will softly provoke 
Flushes of yellow to gently expand
Their buds of the season uncloak
Helping bellbirds escape from winter’s...

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Categories: sweetens, bird, nature, paradise,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Flower and the Hummingbird

Not too long ago, and being so small,
                 ...

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Categories: sweetens, bird, flower, friendship, metaphor, nature,
Form: Lyric
The Golden Inkwell
The Golden Inkwell


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Categories: sweetens, on writing and wordswords,
Form: Free verse
Sensing God
I have seen a rainbow
in a small drop of dew
and a flight to freedom
in an abandoned shoe
and in a beggar's face
I have, O God, seen...

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Categories: sweetens, faith,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Flower and the Hummingbird
Not too long ago, and being so small,
I knew of my purpose nothing at all.

          ...

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Categories: sweetens, nature,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member MELTING POT IN DECEMBER
Our annual sisters dinner at the Melting Pot. We pay to cook our own food. The shopping done by the restaurant. We climb into a...

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Categories: sweetens, food,
Form: Haibun
In Support of a Kenyan Teacher


In this land we had a President teacher
So was our nice neighbour next door
A fertile ground to hold holy such a duty
An easy guess :...

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Categories: sweetens, africa, career, change, class, culture, teacher,
Form: Sestina
Nutter and Butter and The Macaroon Moon
Our story begins in a galaxy far far away
On the dark chocolate side of The Milky Way

The planets all look like cookies and donuts
Boys and...

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Categories: sweetens, children, chocolate, kids, fun, journey, moon,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Christmas Longings
My Christmas will be all it’s meant to be
If but one wish is granted now to me
T’will be the season that is fair and bright
If...

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Categories: sweetens, christmas, longing,
Form: Sonnet
The Flowers of Spring
The Flowers of Spring

Winter's icy grip may cling overly long some years
But the seemly reluctant warmth eventually breaks through
The frozen soil is released once more...

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Categories: sweetens, america, appreciation, memorial day,
Form: Free verse
My Grandmother's Teacup
My grandmother's teacup
was a coffee mug
And the tea steeped inside it
was used to kill bugs
But grandma did sip 
tough bird that she was
with no honey...

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Categories: sweetens, grandmother, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Nature
a precious white floret
smelling the gardenia
sweetens my botanical

they have freedom
pines far from here in green land
the desert cries thrist...

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Categories: sweetens, flower, natural disasters, nature, tree,
Form: Haiku
The Gods Among Us
The breath of the demon kids 
subtlety sweetens the air around mortal men.
Strike down! Strike down!
Their hateful hearts a'bound!
Bless them in a pool of frowns,
all...

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Categories: sweetens,
Form: Epic
A Love Lost
How could I be so careless with you?
	Allowed my dreams to be expectations.
	I loved you so much but now I have lost you.

	To another’s arms...

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Categories: sweetens, romantic,
Form: Villanelle
What Dreams Are Made Of

My dreams are light like a flaming sun at midnight,
brilliance held on ledges molding nights into shapes without edges
'til cherubs gently stir me to awaken...

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Categories: sweetens, faith, fantasy, happiness, me, light, light,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Better than A Plentitude of Pies
Jack Ellison's a cutie pie, his words are yummy sweet
Each time I read a lovely rhyme, I get a tasty treat

Pie poems for my every...

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Categories: sweetens, dedication, friend, sweet, , cute,
Form: Couplet
Unconventional Lovers
Pillows and blankets
Shaped in a 'V',
Bottles and pills
In a wrapper-filled sea.

Drool on our faces
Clothes on the ceiling.
These are the nights
My heart is healing.

My head on...

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Categories: sweetens, best friend, boyfriend, girlfriend, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Shallow End Of Sleep
Sunbeams interact with dreams
that are not buried too deep.
And reality awakes
in the shallow end of sleep.

Drowsily reaching for him
you half expect he'll be there.
But his...

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Categories: sweetens, angst, death, depression, faith, grief, heartbroken,
Form: Quatrain
The Latino Question
Harps cling to clicking castanets, swinging Latino takes a flip.
Acoustics aspire delirium, you treat me like Salsa and shake a hip.
Rainbow across the sky appears,...

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Categories: sweetens, love
Form: Acrostic