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Best Symbolise Poems

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


Premium Member On Being Right
ON BEING RIGHT

The flag that bore a holy cross or crescent
Claimed to symbolise one righteousness and truth
Yet each side had same battle cry incessant
Unique virtue...

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Categories: symbolise, humanity,
Form: Rhyme



The Golden Eagle
With a golden nape, that area on the neck’s rear,  
And a silent voice, excluding some chirps and stonks, 
Speaking only to young, or...

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Categories: symbolise, beautiful, beauty, bird, creation, earth, mountains,
Form: Rhyme
Memento Mori
Prompt: Sundial


Stone keeper
of time so frail,
Gazes over gardens,
Poisoned
by pretentious people
Longing to lengthen living.
Time trickling away,
The truth shall stay.


Superior shrine of ages
Shines,
Preserved
past periods
when legends had long	lost...

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© Holly King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: symbolise, death, lifetime, truth,
Form: Free verse
The dazed dingo dance concerto
Whether working wallabies would weave waved warm wafers or whether wallpaper would wear walls is two times a question really. It is rational to assume...

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Categories: symbolise, analogy,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Dragonfly Tell Me Why
Oh dragonfly your name 
is such a cruel misnomer.
For you are neither dragon nor fly.
Its true, your larvae are vicious monsters.
But, once pupated and transformed...

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Categories: symbolise, flying, hope, insect, life,
Form: Free verse



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A miniscule minotaur is a mini mayhem by the way. In a catacomb place ones feet in a small bowl then look in the mirror...

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Categories: symbolise, aubade, beauty,
Form: I do not know?
I LOVE YOU
I LOVE YOU

Although we never said it to each other I think we both knew,
That you love me and I love you.
My lonely days away...

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Categories: symbolise, for her, girlfriend, i love you,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Valentines Day
I don't need a day that's been set aside
To tell of my love that's forever,
For you are the moon and I the tide
Inextricably linked together....

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Categories: symbolise, dedication, love, valentines day,
Form: Rhyme
Bless China and Mao Zedong
Bless China and Mao Zedong 

I have partly decorated my Christmas tree bless the Chinese for 
the blinking fairy light, blue and yellow strings I...

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Categories: symbolise, assonance, bangla, bible, black african american,
Form: Sonnet
Red
Autumn, the burnish of her hair
  Trapped devil flecks of pitchfork red,
Cascading shades of setting suns
  Billowing on the satin bed.
Lithe puma she...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: symbolise, love, mystery, passion,
Form: Verse
Help said the octagonal octopus
Oh on onlookers oversized overridden octagonal oceanographic organised octaves

A shrouded sinister sparkle said hello to a dish cloth today. But the array of plates, pans...

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Categories: symbolise, arabic,
Form: I do not know?
Moon tattoo
This moon belongs to me
no country can claim it
free from all the politics, conspiracies
and all the myths that surround it
it will never fade nor be...

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© ravi kiran  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: symbolise, brother, death, sad,
Form: Free verse
New Year
The New Year
Arrives 
In a pack 
Of playing cards!

No one knows
What the New Year 
Holds for us!  

The pack contains
52 cards
Plus two jokers!

The 52...

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Categories: symbolise, new year,
Form: Free verse
winter rain
"Winter Rain"

The Lady in the grey mackintosh stands stark and somber in the cold, grey
winter rain.

Her body is stiff and still as she waits calmly...

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© jane Gomm  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: symbolise, city, meaningful, travel, winter,
Form: Carpe Diem
Premium Member Divine Diana
Diana, our beloved princess, has been killed,
The blood of "the people's princess" too cruelly spilled,
The car in which she travelled moving much too fast,
And now...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: symbolise, beautiful, car, death, farewell, innocence, rose,
Form: Masnavi
Gemini
Do the May days roll into one long bank holiday?
The linearity of time banishing winter blues away
Sunscreen, icecream, flip flops, shades out
As they say until...

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Categories: symbolise, appreciation, blessing, color, friendship love, giving,
Form: Light Verse