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Best Sycophant Poems

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

I love eye-service
A great deal of sycophancy
I am big on people-pleasing
I do eye-service 
To Him whose eyes are ever on me

I love...

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Categories: sycophant, dedication, funny, passion, religion, love,
Form: Dramatic monologue

The spinster and sycophant
How could a man be so cruel, i was thinking at deep
How could one make her weep , i was thinking at deep
she was a...

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Categories: sycophant, age, anger, autumn, betrayal, birth, bridal
Form: ABC
A man is at his ugly best
when he recovers from night rest
Look at that man
perhaps the resting sun
dwelt on his chest
the rays carried torments of...

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Categories: sycophant, betrayal, political, power,
Form: Rhyme
Sycophant blues in Seattle
Slowly dripping down the steamy panes
To the warm floor, where the gasps
And the moist rest into numbness,
On a rainy nameless afternoon.
The sax fawning over the...

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© Witty Fay  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophant, love,
Form: Free verse
The Sycophant
The Sycophant

By Elton Camp

“Sycophant,” just what does it mean?
It’s a person that all of us have seen
The first thing on the toady’s mind
To keep his...

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophant, funny
Form: Rhyme

the circle of life
A predator among us.
A villian in our midst.
An entity of evil,
Clouding up our wits.
Preying on the innocent.
Devouring the strong.
A sycophant immortal.
Unbound by right and wrong.

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Categories: sycophant, abuse, allegory, anger, animal, clothes, corruption,
Form: ABC
For the Girl with the Brand New Toothbrush
 The Girl with the Brand New Toothbrush


    For the girl with the brand new toothbrush

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© Dan Short  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophant, appreciation, rap, sexy, sin, song,
Form: Lyric
Next Moment

Gangsta politicians,
falling stars   ...   twinkling
of an eye 

Leper lips
	 halitosis blowing
Got there gun clips
and stacked deck 

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Categories: sycophant, slam, spiritual, truth, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
A Dirge and a Doggerel
You may as well put the shovel down
If you think this vivisepulture will be my end
I survived the suffocation of a small town
And I'll be...

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Categories: sycophant, angst, anxiety, beauty, betrayal, blessing, confidence,
Form: Rhyme
Face Value
Her Cheekbones, smooth as  pebbles 
Grasped tightly in his sexed up hand, sweating indelicately
Resembling that night the thoughts between the sheets were conceived
Weighing like...

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Categories: sycophant, introspection, urban, visionary, girl, time,
Form: Free verse
Welcome Home Brother
The trees and the hills are singing songs of blessing in your mother’s land paving into Kingdom of love banging into healthy situation to welcome...

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Categories: sycophant, appreciation, childhood,
Form: Idyll (Idyl)
The Irony About United Nations
United Nations while the institution is divided by the languages they 
Speak the food they feed on prepared by different chefs.

They proclaimed unity but...

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Categories: sycophant, heartbreak, murder, nostalgia,
Form: ABC
King of the Jungle

When Simba roars,
his den of lions go cheetah white lie 
crouching tiger kill for him
His regal, imperial mane
flows on his neck
like a Roman waving flag

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Categories: sycophant, allegory, metaphor, truth, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Money,in search of you
Traitor appears
Either to kill
Or denigrate

The trustworthy gets less
The sycophant demagogically gets more
The former becomes worse
The later becomes blessed

Money, your raison d'etre
Misinterpreted by...

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Categories: sycophant, adventure, allusion, anger, black african american,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Remembering Atari - Part 1
(Unsigned, Sealed, and Delivered)

Part 1:
Oh I worked several years at Atari (1)
Always thinking, "It's too good to last,"
Bushnell's (2) leaving - hand writing on rampart...

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Categories: sycophant, career, journey, life,
Form: Rhyme
Failed Garden Of God
The first cut 
of roses 
are in bloom 
and I will 
see them soon, 
very soon. 

They float 
in a bowl 
of Arctic ice-flow; 

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Categories: sycophant, old, old, time, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Lose Yourself in Lust, My Love
											PG 42

 Lose Yourself in Lust, My Love 

Lose yourself in lust, my love;
Enjoy me as a thing.
Make my flesh your fantasy;
My soul, your sycophant....

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Categories: sycophant, lovelove,
Form: I do not know?
You would think by now I know its vain
There was this time no anesthesia
Even though I was not immune to pain
Just the light dulce et...

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Categories: sycophant, religion,
Form: Free verse
Are there spires of salvation
tearing through your sin
anchors of admonishment
splintering hypocrisy to wood
Would you die for your beliefs
beaten bloody and religiously raw
mocked as a penniless...

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Categories: sycophant, devotion, faith, introspection, life,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Self Burning
I slip into a circle 
Or a circle becomes my surrounding 
With certainty i can’t tell you 
Now I feel the avoidance 
The criminal negligence...

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Categories: sycophant, fire, life, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
The Shape of Pondering
From the village to my villa under the sharp axes to tax collector to colloquial meme to artificial
 Fake cat to collaborator in my...

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Categories: sycophant, addiction, allusion, art,
Form: Ballad
Sonnet 1
When was it that you became different?
You were never like this before ever.
Everything you used to do; efficient.
You're so intelligent, your bonds; you sever.
I cannot...

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Categories: sycophant, brother, family,
Form: Sonnet
I    AM    LETTER    “S”

Sneaky, sarcastic, selfish, slipshod shirker,
Stumbler, smart-ass, scrounger, sloppy worker
Shiftless sycophant, stingy swine:
These qualities...

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Categories: sycophant, introspection,
Form: Couplet
I am the sentence lost poet

I am the sentence lost poet who has forgotten names
hollow versions of imposter me with little left to crawl
inside the words. My life is shaped...

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© hans devos  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophant, imagery, inspiration, introspection, poetry, writing,
Form: Free verse
Shan’t one discern
Between a reverie yet to conclude?
And unprecedented retribution?

Society may think it dexterous
To berate the triumph of others
And reprimand them
in exclusive and dire scrutiny


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Categories: sycophant, life, mystery,
Form: Verse