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Best Swilled Poems

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


Playing With Fire
Playing With Fire




Afraid for your miscreant soul
While the Devils licking tongues of flame at your heel
With oh so dirty thoughts

Afraid for the flesh
As you are...

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Categories: swilled, devotionprayer, life,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member The Errand
Wee Luck McGee, came into the pub
And the Barman started pouring a beer
"No Tanks for me, a martini you see
Is what you'll be serving right...

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Categories: swilled, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Beer
This is the best beer I've ever had. 
Yes, The best beer I've ever had. 
No beer is really bad, but 
This is the best beer I’ve ever...

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Categories: swilled, adventure, best friend, celebration, drink, food,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Hustler and the Drunk
He stumbled in, as drunk as sin
with a limp and a nose full of red
He ordered cheap gin, and the blood dripped in
As he raised...

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© Joe Inka  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swilled, cowboy-western, people, social,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member This Will Take Balls
The bases needed sweeping 
As the end was drawing near
Buns and weenies waving
As Fans swilled down their beer

The crowd jumped to their feet
As Macy went...

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Categories: swilled, hero,
Form: Rhyme



MEN OF GOD
         MEN OF GOD

Kenya is a Godly nation
Check on any TV station
Starts at dawn and goes all...

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Categories: swilled, faith, funny, life, philosophy, religion,
Form: Couplet
The Abuse of Chartreuse
The lady was dressed in” chartreuse;”
To which she made of good use.
Her honey spent money;
On dinner so yummy;
And came close to sexual abuse.

The lady was...

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Categories: swilled, funny, imagination, parody,
Form: Limerick
I Think, Therefore Am I
I Think, Therefore Am I?


Neck cracking penumbra
shines on starlit mundanity
ebon macabre epiphanies
fogwebs of my morality
my tongue twists ceaselessly
trinkets of truffled profanity
dearest mirror, mirror reality
has humanity...

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Categories: swilled, humanity, perspective, psychological,
Form: Free verse
Moxie
my Love mustered moxie
and disused me one night:
she left me victim
to a pitiful plight
while she raised the gall
to doll herself up
and go to a ball
on...

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© David Bose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swilled, girlfriend, lonely, love,
Form: Free verse
The Power of Water
“Don’t turn your back on the water...” my grandmother told me as I
skimmed stones across the tiny ripples of rock pools. 
Small scaly creatures and...

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Categories: swilled, family,
Form: Free verse
Money, Value, and a Response
“Four dollars a shot,” 
marched from the bartender’s mouth - 
each syllable carried the clanks
of Herbie’s Rhodes – jutting like 
glacier crags in swells of...

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Categories: swilled, confusion, introspection, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Getting caught in a net on a motorway
Oh look a tantric tangerine slice is walking in high heels with a melon man. Moody mouldy men make monetary meals. And who can eat...

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Categories: swilled, autumn, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?
Eat My Sorrow
You dine upon my acceptance, aperitif to guilt
Prepare to gorge on hate and greed
Weight gaining confessions lovingly prepared
Sitting pretty waiting for you to feed
A slice...

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Categories: swilled, angst, loss, sad,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member My Loss
Oh, how I love that Jamaican rum!
In my coffee, it is pure yum.
In cake it’s even better;
My roommate loves it too.
He swilled mine away,
Now it’s...

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Categories: swilled, appreciation, drink, food, wine,
Form: Nonet
Fledgling
Fledgling



The world is so new to me

I awoke in shattered shells
In a nest of razor edges

Everything so familiar
But nothing I remember

The taste of bitter sadness
Lingering...

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Categories: swilled, life
Form: Free verse
Sunshine Shone On Masseurs
Cage the rage you envisage
At the slightest intervention
Your mood swing fails to assuage
When folly in full bloom springs into action 

To boost the small ego...

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Categories: swilled, poems,
Form: Free verse
Pirate Love
the old swab barnacle bill
swilled all the grog at his will
chases the young winches
and never once flinches
knows pirate love is a thrill

Pirate Themed Limerick Poetry...

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Categories: swilled, drink, girl, love,
Form: Limerick
I CRIED A TEAR; WHAT ELSE COULD I DO
 I CRIED A TEAR; WHAT ELSE COULD I DO

Somebody loves me; I should be so happy.
At night when others are sleeping;
I’m so alone.
 ...

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Categories: swilled, angst, introspection, life, me,
Form: Free verse