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Best Sybarite Poems

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

Premium Member Abandon Dead Trails And Thy Sybarite Lust
Abandon Dead Trails And Thy Sybarite Lust

If Nature's earthen-fires thy bosom holds
and thy heart's countenance mind's eye thus sees;
life serves best those adventurously bold,
walking worn...

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Categories: sybarite, appreciation, art, autumn, deep, life, nature,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member Villanelle: The Dilemma of the Non-Violent - 25
Villanelle: The Dilemma of the Non-Violent – 25

Followers are made from day one in the womb
Not gods but by men in the full-length skirt
Pavlov mice...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sybarite, anti bullying, freedom, religion, violence, war,
Form: Villanelle
Tranquility of a Rose
Beautiful fragrance 
Fulfilling visual needs
Like a sybarite

Nathan Bane Leccese
©All Rights Reserved 05/29/2009

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Categories: sybarite, nature
Form: Haiku
There is but one word
Warning - Mature.

Sweet night, a blanket made from scented space - holds this would-be poet in its arms.

Tightly - yet with care.  Caring -...

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© emma green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sybarite, love, passion,
Form: Free verse
lady who wore her lizards
There is a man who sits still and counts me numbers ,
He had the nerve to stare me down to put me under ,
such deep...

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Categories: sybarite, absence, addiction, anxiety, forgiveness, friendship, goodbye,
Form: ABC

Darkness engulfs
Darkness engulfs

Loneliness stings
black of darkness engulfs
Mood swings
pain of parting bluffs,

Desires denied
as all the plans trash, 
My heart He spies
my subtle emotions crash,

Fire of anger
burns till...

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Categories: sybarite, dark, death,
Form: Free verse
Growth and Fears
I confess. I have come 
to reckon death, as royalty. 
To perish is to live. I 
have learned to die freely.
Somewhere within a trance,
I came...

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Categories: sybarite, lifegod, god, me,
Form: I do not know?
The seeker
‘Its signs are writ upon the seeker's heart,
yet still the seeker cannot ken those signs
until his heart becomes exposed to light…’

Nous is the greatest faculty...

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Categories: sybarite, language, literature, onomatopoeia,
Form: Carpe Diem