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Best Swill Poems

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


Premium Member SWILL
SWILL

The sadness epoch has never exist.
Life is just full of inadequacies.
I know that many may disagree.
Insofar as humanity is perilous and iniquity, we must never...

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Categories: swill, birth, courage, culture, faith, strength, visionary,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Seduction's Abduction

I begin as a covet, dulcet demure
pure in play, unbound to a dogma or tablature, a luscious lure,
I find that nerve of passion's verve nestled...

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Categories: swill, desire, lust, passion, spiritual,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Building A Fantasy
Ferreting around, in dumpsters of dreams
In the back alleys of my imagination
Through swill, liaisons, and cheap rendezvous
And words misspoke in conversations
Rummaging for one morsel, an...

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Categories: swill, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
How A Bill Becomes Law
How a Bill Becomes Law
Democratic process, that’s how it goes
More like pimps puttin’ out cigarettes
On their hapless ho’s

If you don’t vote, don’t complain about the...

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Categories: swill, political, rap, slam,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Circe Effect - Part 1
"The Circe Effect" (Part 1)


Circe, Goddess of magic, nymph, witch, bold enchantress
daughter of Helios, Sun God, her father, can you imagine? ... 
let me paint...

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Categories: swill, adventure, betrayal, mythology, symbolism, women,
Form: Free verse



A Be-Witching Tale
smoke billowed from her boiling pot
a spell for ages she had sought
a special treat
for kids to eat
some pickled plums so teeth won't rot

but children laughed...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swill, candy, children, forgiveness, halloween,
Form: Limerick
The Tale of The Williwonk
The Williwonk rose from its hibernating sleep
And jumped up in joy with a sinuous leap.
Time for some mischief, he mischievously said,
I'll shake up Manvile and...

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Categories: swill, children, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Godzilla's Cousin: COLLABORATION
Susie's pet name was Wanda-zilla
and hailed from jungles near Manila.
Her poetry was swill
so to pay all her bills
she did strip shows for native gorillas.

She went...

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Categories: swill, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Cup of love
I guzzle
she quaffs
I swill
she swigs

We
drink from the cup
of love
...

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Categories: swill, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Still-Billy Bubba
Young Bubba loved to tend the still
     For otherwise the drip was swill
        ...

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Categories: swill, analogy, grandfather, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Witch's Brew
'Twas long before a Shakespeare play was quilled,
the fifth and sixth of deadly sins would prey
then dance with pride as innocence was spilled
upon the pyre...

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Categories: swill, evil, sin,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member The Storm
I lie awake, hearing the wind
Winter, that coils in the breast of night
Glides in from the fields, 
Eerie sounds through window sills
When night, soon perishes...

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Categories: swill, naturedark, dark,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wake Asia Wake - Part Two - 1
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swill, inspirational, dark, dark,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member The One Percent
The One Percent

I have outgrown longevity
and poverty has taken the best of me
and now I am an indigent hack
I stopped  dying my long ...

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Categories: swill, satire,
Form: Free verse
WHINE on MOGEN DAVID WINE

Mom used to drink this wine for a tonic,
I had no idea she meant a colonic.
So I snuck some of this swill,
moved more than an...

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Categories: swill, funny, satire
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Thank you Daddy for Taking Jane and Me to the Circus
Thank you Daddy for taking Jane and me to the circus


He took the bumps fast along Broadway; we giggled and laughed; it was a great...

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Categories: swill, slavery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Happy Hysterics
Hearty har har - helplessly howling happy hysterics
awareness, after all, always amazes artichokes!
Everyday evil eggs are eaten eagerly
yesterday you yacked yucky yellow yolks
singing silly sickening...

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Categories: swill, family, funny, peoplehappy, happy,
Form: Light Verse
French Fries for my Alligator
I ordered French fries for my alligator,
But he stated,
“I’ll eat them later.”

So I spoke up to the waiting waiter,
And said, “Please do me a favor.
Go...

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Categories: swill, animal, food, funny,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member The Challenge Of Eating French Onion Soup
My favorite dining place in town is a place called La Baguette.
'Tis a quaint French café and I haven't found its equal yet.
They serve the...

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Categories: swill, food, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sweet Confession Tide
Sweet Confession Tide


Sweet briney trickles o’er my steps

Waves swill all sign here I have been

Draws misery below to ocean depths

Salts the wounds inflicted so obscene

Leaves...

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Categories: swill, celebration, freedom, peace, religious,
Form: Quintain (English)
PIRATE PUB SONG
SUNG TO THE TUNE OF "LONDON BRIDGE IS FALLING DOWN"

Wobbly-boot ter rubbity-dub
nary me ol' hide did scrub
showin' crack
'n grinder plaque
th' pirate's shorin' 

Hail th' buccaneerin'...

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Categories: swill, funny, me, me,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member My Swallow of Water
The Horn of Africa is where I am from.
I am just a simple woman with her children.
Lord God is our seeker and natural disaster will...

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Categories: swill, africa, baptism, culture, image, inspiration, international,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Deirdre Blues
Oh Deirdre, Oh Deirdre,
what words can I say
to express how I feel
when you are far away.

But Deirdre, when you are close to me
and I think...

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© Ken Duddle  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swill, angst, depression, funny, hope, me, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Colcannon
We broke bread at dawn
Cold and shivering
Faces dirty, hearts weary
the kettle boiling over
a dying fire
tea meant to soothe 
our bones and joints aching
a bubbling soup...

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Categories: swill, horse, soldier, war,
Form: Free verse
What's Fer Dinner, Grandpa

Grandpa and his kin gathered at the mill,
“It’s n’uther thanksgiving, y’all! Eat yer fill!
Hey cuzz Joe Bob, what’s the deal?
Whose turkey did y’all steal?”
What turkey?...

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Categories: swill, funny,
Form: Limerick