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Best Syntactic Poems

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


syntactic auto-
eroticism is what
poets do!

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Categories: syntactic, poets,
Form: Free verse

The sordid words from his foul mouth
are enough to make a crow blush.
though unknown morphemically
despite this fact his vulgar sounds
are numerous syntactic f-words.
His nouns resound...

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Categories: syntactic, on writing and words, words,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Poems: I didn't say Poem

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: syntactic, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bucky's Wealth of Information
Universal information,
form emerging from multisystemic diastasis,
is composed of fractal syntax,
primally illustrated by looking at RNA,
then DNA,
binomially re-cognizing bilateral temporal memory
as formative id-entity.

Polynomials are to in-form-ionization

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Categories: syntactic, culture, math, nature, religion, science, seasons,
Form: Free verse
Vers BeauCoup ~ Astrology..!!
Vers Beaucoup 

The Vers Beaucoup, a poem for created by Curt Mongold, which is French for “many 
rhymes”. Each stanza (you can have as many...

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© Meghana S  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: syntactic, art, introspection, life
Form: I do not know?

Knowledge lab
I am tired of visiting pubs but let me be found in knowledge labs.
Assimilating words like water filled in cups. 
Today, tomorrow let me hold...

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Categories: syntactic, africa,
Form: ABC
The mouth, 
It enters with a crisp tongue and a spinning pendulum
Like a stick-shift on 4 pivots
Making its way through a flourishing garden
Delicious sounds wisp...

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Categories: syntactic, art, beauty, butterfly, children, people, spiritual,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Basking in Moonshine, Translation of Paul Verlaine's Clare de lune
Basking in Moonshine, Translation of Paul Verlaine’s Claire de lune

(Translation of Paul Verlaine’s  « Claire de lune » by T. Wignesan. Again I try...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: syntactic, moon,
Form: Quatrain
This is what you're
This is what you’re

For God’s sake
Shake off shadowy cocoon
Of your broken past and its
Punctilious cares,
As along the pathway of love
Nobody laughs at the afflicted heart.

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Categories: syntactic, appreciation, celebration, conflict, destiny, dream, memory,
Form: Free verse