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Best Symbolised Poems

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

Native American collage
Native American collage

Traditional tribals that followed Sioux religion,
Had spiritual beliefs
performed controversial dance ceremonies,
Waken- the great spirit
was one universal source,
Mother Earth birthed all
animals, plants and humans,

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Categories: symbolised, america, mystery, mythology,
Form: I do not know?

Three Wise Monkeys
                   Three Wise Monkeys

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Categories: symbolised, philosophy,
Form: Prose
The American Eagle
The American eagle, called bald ‘cos of its pure white head, 
Is named Haliaeetus leucocephalus, from the Greek;
Hali means  "sea", aietos means “eagle", leuco...

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Categories: symbolised, america, bird, culture, history, nature, political,
Form: Rhyme
Love Letters
Adorable, descriptive of a love divine,
Beguiling smile the emblem of a hallowed shrine,
Communication symbolised a sacred sign,
Diamond eyes, the stars above forever shine.
Entrancing, sweetest perfume...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: symbolised, love,
Form: Acrostic
Whats the Point
Power Point Presentation on Meditation was underway
Eyes, ears glued to central points, narrative was on
Suddenly someone sneezed, concentration frittered away 
Missed the Point, presentor thought,...

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Categories: symbolised, funny
Form: Rhyme

carbonated carbonisation
A mystical mayhem is a deity left undisturbed. Yet in corrosive eras even a sharp shrapnel can shatter even the most strongest of iron souls....

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Categories: symbolised, anniversary,
Form: I do not know?
Home and hearth (for the wise children of Earth)
Tell me the secrets to your life, bushman
Show me how to befriend the garish land
Guide me through nature’s surviving devotion
Teach me with dry eye that...

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Categories: symbolised, history, life, nature, people, me, me,
Form: Couplet
The Crystal Ball
While I waltzed at the Ball
A little voice I heard
Go ask the Crystal Ball
It said, to have your future heard!

I left the dancing knight in...

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Categories: symbolised, love, mystery,
Form: Rhyme
There he walked, glistening.
A reflection of pure perfection. 
Words so eloquent, 
Smeared with truths of untold tales.
The half she found missing in hers.

He who she...

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Categories: symbolised, abuse, lost, relationship, sad love,
Form: Free verse
A pea is leaping
One two three pea leap. Wow. A slip knot is neither a sleep nor a striped strap. But stealing from an arsenal area is not...

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Categories: symbolised, age, allah,
Form: I do not know?
Tablespoons talking
A tablespoon is merely a tablespoon but not when placed on a table. It is merely an impediment of judgement to attempt to eradicate constitutional...

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Categories: symbolised, abuse, addiction, allegory, allusion, , cute,
Form: I do not know?
Setting a place apart
The shaded lane leads to the estuary
and mud banks sculpted by the constant sea,
expose their drying backs beneath the sun
before once more in ebb and...

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Categories: symbolised, destiny, discrimination, eulogy, history, pride,
Form: Rhyme
cinemas canter
Situations stirring like a great big bee. Finishing annihilation aimed at a tree. Forty-six fishes means a great big line. And a pool of senses...

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Categories: symbolised, arabic,
Form: I do not know?
I Am
I am not what they want me to be
I am not who they want to see
I am not where they think I should be
I am...

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Categories: symbolised, growing upme,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cultures Shaped the Wreath
This symbol, the wreath, in cultures of our past
In our modern world, a Christmas ring that's here to last
Made of flowers, leaves, twigs and various...

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Categories: symbolised, history, people, placeschristmas, christmas,
Form: Quatrain
The Nihilist - Eight: The Searcher
How high the moon in comparison
  To the depths in which I sink;
How black the nightfall garrison,
  How black the thoughts I think.

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: symbolised, life, loss, lost love, mystery, passion,
Form: Verse
I cry tears of blood for you today
Tears for the land that disregards my race
I too cried for the freedom from opression
Yet defeated I cry...

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Categories: symbolised, people, me, cry, me,
Form: Couplet
A dance with a prancing prawn should be held at dawn with birdsongs
The idiosyncrasies of a semi idolised biscuit is often symbolised by riotous clapping sessions. By camels who love to crunch. But a crunch is neither...

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Categories: symbolised, august, baby,
Form: I do not know?
A very noisy talkative toast was jumping today
Queen quilt was arguing with prince pillow over a diamante duvet. But diamantes are not difficult dreamers nor diagonal deprivation. In fact it is the...

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Categories: symbolised, aubade,
Form: I do not know?