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Best Swooned Poems

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

Premium Member Do You Remember
Somewhere in a dream, 
Serene and blissful from the start
It comes to me again
The two of us in love, and eagerly alone
Breathlessly naive', and blissfully...

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Categories: swooned,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Thirsty

I could tell right away he was up ta sum thin.
I could see it in doze beady eyes!
His wordz were smooth in a snake like...

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Categories: swooned, betrayal, corruption, death, future, money,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Comparison between Byron and me on Francesca
I was pushed to write this comparison after reading the poem on Byron by the souper poet Gary Bateman.
Wandering on internet I found the Byron's...

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Categories: swooned, fantasy, poetry,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member With Finespun Fingers

With finespun fingers

of silky words brushed with passionate warmth cashmere,
fill my pillow here with your lush and luscious thoughts
so my starry-eyes may wander hushed sighs,...

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Categories: swooned, fantasy, imagination, muse, romantic, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Because Of Grace And Beauty Your Dancing Steps Made
Because Of Grace And Beauty Your Dancing Steps Made

Where bright red in your dance dress, shows truth in your heart
gold and silver lace my dreams...

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Categories: swooned, appreciation, art, beauty, dance, desire, passion,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Benjamin Franklin
Benjamin Franklin was known for many a-things
Longing for reality to spring from his dreams
On a wild stormy night made a discovery
A dastardly magic called electricity!


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Categories: swooned, funny, history,
Form: Clerihew
Are We There Yet, I Really Have To Pee
This is something other than unsure laced with heavy heart.
I'd love to change my mind,  is this where you take charge?
When our play begins,...

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Categories: swooned, abuse, addiction, creation, love hurts, prison,
Form: Rhyme
Feelings My Feelings
26th &27th January 2012
By Sashi Prabhu (zeauoxian)

Alone I sat on the wet sands,
Of the Sernabatim beach lands.
The sun reflected blue sky,
On the greenish grey waters...

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Categories: swooned, inspirational, nature, passion, peace, me, blue,
Form: Rhyme
The Eyes Have It
Take me away to a time   when our moon
hushed the sounds of the night   where lemongrass
eyes sent shivers inside and I...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swooned, love, memory,
Form: Acrostic
my reflection's a suicidal.
she was internally bleeding inside
silent tears dripping from her eyes
falling blindly through cracked ice
stabbing her soul unintentionally,
over a thousand times.

she was crying herself to sleep

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Categories: swooned, confusion, death, depression, sea
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Memories On Branches
I remember well the walks we took, along the river's bed
We pledged our love beneath wild oaks, as leaves were turning red
The morning fresh with...

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Categories: swooned, love, seasons, , Lullaby,
Form: Rhyme
Mom's attempt at the Garden of Eden
kept the  perch 
we caught in a bucket.

And when we took them home
She would clean and place them
In our twenty gallon tank
Where they...

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Categories: swooned, animals, childhood, family, introspection, life, mother,
Form: Free verse
Voice of Octave Love
I was sixteen when I fell in love
with her soaring skyward voice
Smitten by the sight of
melting ice cream dripping down her hand,
the hand that held...

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Categories: swooned, beauty, love, tribute, voice,
Form: Bio
The Kiss
Upon the ground there were a rose
Lying upon her breasts 
She clutched it, thorns dug in her skin
As she gave her last breath
A bloody kiss...

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Categories: swooned, deathdeath, lost, death, kiss, lost,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Rudolph Valentino


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Categories: swooned, valentines day,
Form: Verse
Artie Chokes Three for a Dollar
Complaining of his marriage for thirty-odd years
He highballed his eyeballs, comforting his tears
The barkeep asked, what's troubling you son?
He poured out his life; I'm finished!...

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Categories: swooned, funny,
Form: I do not know?
In her layette, she looked fair.
‘Nimisha’, the parents called her.
When aged five, the polio plucked
the strings that her legs moved.
As a stringless violin, her legs...

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Categories: swooned, death, loss, parents,
Form: Free verse

In French Canada  no legend is more tragic than that of Celine, 
A beautiful Quebec...

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Categories: swooned, loss, love, mysterywedding, city, love, river,
Form: Quatrain
The passing storm
Somewhere on this pretty planet,
	There is a heart made of granite,
Indignation its pulse would take,
	The soul’s machine fear'd trust too fake.

On righteous wings glory’s noose,

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Categories: swooned, allegory, allusion, conflict, creation, devotion, magic,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Ricky the Raccoon
Did you hear about Ricky the Raccoon
Who found a cat who had swooned
He returned it back home
In case, dazed it did roam
His reward, a night...

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Categories: swooned, animals, funny, nature
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Ugly Swan, Pretty Frog
I had wings that flopped here and there
She had legs that spread in the air
She jumped for joy each time I swooned
Even I tripped all...

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Categories: swooned, fairy, imagination, journey,
Form: Light Verse
Embrace the Chaos
Not conscious of infinities blast Big Bang into reality our matter hurled 
The Moira in our ancient past held us captive in this world

The blessings...

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© Toni Orban  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swooned, life, religion, science, , atheist,
Form: Free verse
Old Blue Eyes and the Mafia
Frances Albert Sinatra
Was said to have ties to the mafia
Backstage bullets flew as old blue eyes crooned
Gangsters fell as their gun molls swooned

Entry for Catie...

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Categories: swooned, funny
Form: Clerihew
There fell the night, in Central Park,
to shroud the world within the dark,
and wanderin came the soul of me,

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swooned, horror, new york, valentines day,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member A Soar, Celestial

One night I stood and, breathless, swooned,


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Categories: swooned, fantasy, sky, star, universe,
Form: Couplet