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Best Synapsis Poems

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


A Mind Robber
A Mind Robber


Out of my mind had made a spectacle
Because about everything I was skeptical
And when upside down had been landing
Commanding lead were not understanding.

What...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: synapsis, humorous,
Form: Couplet



Premium Member Educating Ego
By what labyrinthine repetitions,
by what agile, precise divisions,
by what accretions, do we compile
a life's arcane hieroglyphs,
its subtle, unmathematic mysteries?
What cold calculus shall we yet invent
to...

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Categories: synapsis, education, introspection, life, philosophy, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Is that my chromosome
I don't know what I am going to write
But I will write about synapsis
I have no idea what that is
But that is the word that...

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Categories: synapsis, faith,
Form: Free verse
Interrupt
I'm starting to think that
Listening; vibrations of sound traveling into my ear
Jumble inside my head and my mouth speaks:
Oh dear

... Is starting to become a...

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Categories: synapsis, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Neurogenology
The neurogenesis is taking place,and it is taking place beyond the speed of light where "TIME STOPS"!!!"Computers need to "Obey" Their "Creator"and he is the...

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Categories: synapsis, 12th grade, adventure, america, angel, appreciation,
Form: Narrative



the search
personally, it means too much
to me
the touch and go
of our new synapsis
and
where does the new horizon 
exist?
well, it must be in some undiscovered
dimension
that we, as...

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Categories: synapsis, adventure, animals, caregiving,
Form: Free verse
impromptu
she seems
to be asleep
never ever wake
your Muse you can't

use her
all the time
she needs to
sleep so let her be

straining
brain waves
a burning smell
of synapsis tell me

it was
always...

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Categories: synapsis, muse,
Form: I do not know?