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Best Tablets Poems

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

Premium Member Caring For My Mother - A Letter To A Loving Friend

I sit here much longer this...and in hearing 
the question a silent icy fear blankets my body...the answer would 
come wearing both masks...tragedy...comedy...this is my life....

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Categories: tablets, introspection,
Form: Dramatic monologue

Existential Reprise
Before I scarred the page
Raging what your letters cannot invent
Let me invite you to other books
I wrote before you owed me wage
For all maladjustment and...

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Categories: tablets, philosophyme, old, me, old, prejudice,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Open Your Eyes To The Truth
Another war crime to add onto a bucket list 
that goes on far beyond our mind
Another human rights violation unheard of
when is this world...

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Categories: tablets, abortion, animal, baptism, blessing, heart, heartbreak,
Form: Couplet
Not My Day
Cock-a-doodle-do,the sun is shining through,
Light appears in the sky,darkness turns to blue,
Sneakers or shoe,what do you think my boo,
Left my umbrella at home,rain soaked my...

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Categories: tablets, funny, health,
Form: Rhyme
Worming the Cat and Dog
Once again it’s Saturday; the day when footy reigns supreme.
The Dogs are up against the Cats, the premier favoured team,
but I’ve got no doubts the...

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Categories: tablets, humor,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Morning Has Broken - 1
Morning has broken as it has done for many years
Day to day we continue without the fear of fears
Then out of the blue their comes...

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Categories: tablets, day, fantasy, fear, me, planet,
Form: Quatrain
Bring my love home
She's dying over and
From the insanity of
the missing 
The heart will
Though I wouldn't
dare say this
At the sky she
She says life must
go on
I must...

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Categories: tablets, death, depression, heartbroken,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Kill Bill
Hydro bill
Visa bill
Food bill
Toilet paper bill
Heating bill
Wine bill
Car bill
Phone bill
Clothing bill
Duck bill
Buffalo bill
Entertainment bill
Anti acids tablets bill
Insurance bill
Bar bill
House bill
Weed bill
Bakery bill
Starbucks bill
Medical bill
Psychotic drugs...

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Categories: tablets, art, evil, funny, giggle, hilarious, international,
Form: Free verse
my heart is dead
The night i changed is still so clear
I swallowed those tablets with no fear
It was to end, the crying cutting and blank stares

To end the...

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Categories: tablets, anxiety, depression, sad, teen,
Form: Bio
Super Heroes and Super Villains
I remember the days I was like Dracula
Lonely, and sucking peoples blood!
The life force of my victims,
Now that I've realized my true purpose!
Im kinda like...

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Categories: tablets, identity, imagery, imagination, irony, metaphor,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Hallelujah
Rising from a dust filled hand
Walking through such beauty grand
Offered the forbidden....and.....
Should you? could never be
Tablets broken at your feet
One of ten, you couldn't keep...

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Categories: tablets, blessing, christian, conflict, creation, destiny, happiness,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Lonely Libraries
(English Sonnet Rhyme in Iambic Tetrameter)

What tomes in lonely corners dwell
where undisturbed and rimmed with dust,
forgotten tales that once were held
and stained with tears and...

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Categories: tablets, books,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member WORDS

Old guava tree
Still bearing fruits;
Sixty years old now


Old aunt's house 
Porch with fruit trees;
Custard apple delights


Grandmother calls
Two pungent durians;
Holiday treat


Waiting time here
School bus arrives;
Goodbye waves



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Categories: tablets, blessing, , memorial,
Form: Haiku
No T.V., no internet, what are we to do, just look at us!
I remember a time, it wasn’t such a fuss.
Where pleasure and creativity we...

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Categories: tablets, internet,
Form: Rhyme
Living and other ways to die
Maybe he ate his vitamins and their minerals and oranges and apples all at once again and again
Or ran laughing down the rugged rocks of...

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Categories: tablets, society, suicide,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Battle axe
She's spaced out thinking she's star kid when shes really just a hippy with king Kong in her armpits 
smelling like a big man after...

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Categories: tablets, hip hop, rap,
Form: Rhyme
Microchip Madness

Technology is changing day by day, 
the benefits? enormous, one might say, 
is miniaturization a price too high to pay? 
not necessarily the smart and...

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Categories: tablets, science fiction, universe,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Depression

Dark clouded thoughts are dashing round in my head
Should I end it all – would I be better off dead
The tablets helped for a little...

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Categories: tablets, depression, suicide,
Form: Rhyme
have you had enough
Have you had enough?
Have you ever thought you’d had enough?
When days grow dark and life gets tough

Took some tablets, and a few more?
Treating life like...

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Categories: tablets, suicide,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member RAINBOWS HERE

Good earth styles
Fine ample grass;
A fine raiment

Sun and rain speak
Splurge fond refrain;
Rainbows echo

Dawn flings 
Shadows drowned;
Awake to birdsong

Man-made park
Forest architecture;
In the city

Journey here
Begin within;
Greet the...

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Categories: tablets, devotion,
Form: Free verse
Love for the moment
People only love you for the moment
As soon as times get hard they become opponents
I don't trust a soul, I'm okay being alone
People taking shots...

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© Alex Duffy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tablets, anger, deep, inspiration, inspirational, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
My Gallery
My Gallery

In upper part of my body
A cognitive bell rings
From a dial-up connection of live wires;
The modem is working just
To repeatedly provide the facsimile of

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Categories: tablets, 12th grade, conflict, confusion, depression, fate,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Thomas Found The Philosopher's Stone
Thomas was walking through his favorite part of the forest,
where the overturned giant oak tree has been a sitting spot
for him since childhood, the part...

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Categories: tablets, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Narrative

He sits high upon golden calf
— invisible to naked eye.
If they saw him they’d know the half.
The mocking dragon waves goodbye.


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Categories: tablets, bible, sin,
Form: Hybronnet
Premium Member Mother's Last Secret

I liked her better when she was old
and on her own.
She hated company, and no one called.
She wasn’t the mother I remembered;
she was better and...

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Categories: tablets, poetry,
Form: Free verse