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Best Sycophants Poems

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Premium Member A Child's Only Christmas
On Christmas Eve an Angel
    felt the sorrow of the Lord.
Who wept for the many Children
   sentenced to perish by...

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Categories: sycophants, angel, christmas, loss,
Form: Rhyme



Unmasked

Inside a boisterous tavern,
a-light with drunken gaiety
of spilled ribald laughter,
he quietly sits alone ...
gently cradling his mead darkly
Brooding thoughts of past paid coverings
buzzes inside his...

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Categories: sycophants, dark, death, judgement, wisdom,
Form: Narrative
Remarks and Barks
Soft as quicksand is the ground beneath the feet
   of those whose words attempt to rile and defeat

Thrown stones cause few ripples before...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophants, analogy,
Form: Couplet
Minds Morally Blind and Unkind
Deceit and duplicity, vengeance and vanity
Exploit our weaknesses and dissipate our souls’ strength
As arrogance cockroaches multiply their insanity
We diminish the strength of our faith 

The...

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Categories: sycophants, poems,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Once Upon a Time
Livelihood is in clothing but deprived of its sleeves
sustenance never recognizing a path
to stability and regularity
basic needs tripling into an extended family.
Yet I survived.

Some long...

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Categories: sycophants, character, cheer up, destiny, education, encouraging,
Form: Dramatic monologue



A Gardening Expose
With these lines I’ll relate an intriguing tale of dubious accuracy
For I Hope to unveil sordid affairs of more than one conspiracy!
Be warned, that though...

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Categories: sycophants, garden, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Never Land Part 7
While midnight bats are gnawing gnats and feasting free unseen,

a toddler’s fed from garbage sheds an elegant cuisine.

Along the trails in distant dales a lonesome...

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Categories: sycophants, cute, fantasy, society,
Form: Rhyme
Primary Lesson - End of Class
Here is a lesson, a tortuous tale for your next-of-kin,
About a political hack we'll call the Bigly Pumpkin.
It's a bit like star wars, he is...

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© Mick Free  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophants, america, patriotic, political, presidents day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Favorite Recurring Nightmares Part 1
Don't you think that this title is darkly divine?
But, of course, there will have to be weirdness that’s funny,
Though my nightmares are many and have...

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Categories: sycophants, anxiety, crazy, fun, funeral, holocaust, humorous,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Political Terrorism
Life is a combination of different strata and classes
with the upper classes feeding on the states of the lower
which is the usual, displayed in most...

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Categories: sycophants, adventure, africa, america, passion, philosophy, political,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Disregarded Heroes
 He was growing old and senile and his hair began to fall,
And he perched on a stool to tell accounts of the past,
Of how...

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Categories: sycophants, patriotic,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Strict Machine



"The Strict Machine"




Take a note 
pick up your sharpened quill
tap dance your screen
your mind like 
a Magpie's beak 
a Silent Epiphany
One, 
Two and
Three
a Silent Jackhammer...

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Categories: sycophants, freedom, psychological, symbolism, truth, wisdom, word
Form: Free verse
Korea
                        ...

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Categories: sycophants, memory, military, veterans day, war,
Form: Free verse
Neckbeard Warrior, part one
I am a neck beard warrior. I keep my hair in a pony tail and wear ridiculously baggy lounge pants in the street, as to...

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Categories: sycophants, dedication, drug,
Form: Prose
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: sycophants, age, anger, autumn, betrayal, birth, bridal
Form: ABC
IN THE LAND OF ELEPHANT DREAMS
The leading elephant fell
causing a huge elephant stampede
despair hit the herd
even the elders fled in horror

All the animals in the kingdom of
ignorance and self-righteousness grieved...

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Categories: sycophants, christian, passion, patriotic, people, political, power,
Form: Prose
We Are One - Nigeria Remix
We Are One (Nigeria Remix)

Ever seen an eagle feeding like a vulture?
Dignity trampled on where corruption is a culture?
Darkness threatens her future, cause of her...

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Categories: sycophants, peace, political, visionary,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Villanelle: The Dilemma of the Non-Violent - 11
Villanelle: The Dilemma of the Non-Violent – 11

How might one batter to death rogue Nation State
Much less Institutions Parties Power Groups
Motherland religion Peoples’ opiate

Kings tyrants...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophants, anti bullying, betrayal, conflict, political, rights,
Form: Villanelle
ENIGMA
And to all those I have wronged
I am remorseful
For my life is an enigma
And at times I lose my way
Like a mad dog that goes...

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Categories: sycophants, political, satire, life, god, autumn, god,
Form: I do not know?
Madness of the world
Nothing bad like the world,
and nothing good in the world.

Every thing is good,
but depends on how,
the public needs it.

Some things are bad,
because of the law,
while...

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Categories: sycophants, life, world,
Form: ABC
Premium Member The Acrobat
The Circus gongs excite the Throngs in nighttime Never Land –
They swarm to see the destiny of Freaks at their command,
While Acrobats step pitapat above...

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Categories: sycophants, people, , cute,
Form: Rhyme
No Vacancies
And the cemetery is sculpted by freshly lain plots 		
Anticipating a frame to explain the gravely residents		
To offer considerable homage with venerate thoughts		
Of a journey...

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Categories: sycophants, death, grave, patriotic, soldier, thank you,
Form: Pantoum
Reputation, Splattered
The victims' blood is violently splattered,
As his reputation is totally shattered.
Sycophants to the hills have all scattered,
What happened in the past really mattered....

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© Mick Free  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sycophants, america, political, racism, violence, voice,
Form: Quatrain
The Democracy Lark
The sweet song of the democracy lark
Once told of a bright and hopeful dawn
Now there is only a strident bark
And the whimper of sycophants that...

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Categories: sycophants, america, bird, dark, god, money, political,
Form: Rhyme
Beach
When I see the man of my Dreams.  I feel happier or so it seams. My breathing starts to
deepen. My words start repeatin. My...

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Categories: sycophants, loveme, me,
Form: I do not know?