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Best Taboos Poems

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


Premium Member Sexual Taboos
Passionate kisses conjure a spell
igniting sparks that are hard to quell. 
And love’s exquisite persistent flame
seduces young lovers to play its game.

Sexual taboos on the...

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Categories: taboos, angst, emotions, feelings, hurt, society,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Epitaphs in Verse - Reflections in the Eyes of a Poet
The eyes behind a head inclined reflect a universe

   Of shanty towns and kings in crowns and parties in a hearse,
  ...

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Categories: taboos, life, universe,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Sixties
                   taboos 

    ...

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Categories: taboos, flower, power,
Form: Footle
Too young to die
As the wind continue to sway,
We hurt from the inside but the outside can't lay.
Where there is a will there is a way,
But writing a...

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Categories: taboos, age,
Form: I do not know?
ATTITUDE
With the onset of years
erstwhile crazy ideas
abandoned with caution and dread
now crowd my mind
no peace I will find
till my conscience lies neatly in shreds

Conscience, out...

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Categories: taboos, light,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Aaron's Coconut
Start the day. In what way
was the cold spring, last wet summer a
global warning, indicator. Says

one commentator on the op-ed page, the
dislocations, wars, famines will...

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Categories: taboos, mountains, music, rain, spring, summer, war,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Never Land Part 4
A sodden dreg with wooden leg is dancing for a dime,

to sacred psalms and other balms, all ticking with the time.

He’s 22, he’s almost through,...

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Categories: taboos, fantasy, universe,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Happiest Fat Guy


A balanced diet means a cupcake in each hand
That's the kind of diet this old guy has planned
Probably won't lose
But with no taboos
I'll be the...

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Categories: taboos, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Lost Love Deliria - Part 2
  Part 2
4th Delirium: Lost Souls
Sunken cities , pilgrims peering.. gawking,
squinting eyeballs, blazing sun
Janus facing, shepherds chasing.. stalking,
friends embrace before they shun
Tearooms steaming, tumult...

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Categories: taboos, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
THIS WHOLE SEX THING

FORGIVE ME THAT I HAVEN'T BEEN THROUGH THIS WHOLE SEX THING,
DON'T KNOW OF THESE ORGIES OR  THE BACUS PARTIES,
DON'T KNOW OF SOME OTHER WOMAN'S...

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Categories: taboos, angst, inspirational, life, love, passion, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Soulful Cry of Anguish against Fate
A Soulful Cry of Anguish against Fate

(“The Tale of the Lonely Ghost”, a film (2013) by ANUP SINGH - who collaborated on the screenplay as...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taboos, death, first love, grief, parents, religion,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Manipulating Pleasure
When stripped completely naked
and laid bare for all to see
sex surpasses narcotics
and approaches ecstasy.

Shackled to the loins of lust
in the posture of a slave
you crave...

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Categories: taboos, emotions, feelings, imagery, imagination, love hurts,
Form: Blank verse
Land Is A Loom
Land Is A Loom
I sailed the fiord like inlets between Powell River and Drury Inlet.
The land itself  spoke from mountains, torents, islet
From bird song...

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Categories: taboos, adventure, environment, nature,
Form: Blank verse
Dead Man Tales
Dead Man Tales
shards of glass pearl the emperor's rise,
his arms embracing upon our sins and lies, 

do not deceive yourself , my friend.
in the twilight...

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Categories: taboos, conflict, corruption, emotions, freedom, sad, sin,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Monk's shaved pate
Monk's shaved pate
thick pelt around edge
leans over book

                 ...

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Categories: taboos, art, earth, girl, passion, prayer, river,
Form: Verse
I Am The Lioness (a true Leo)
procrastinating is my hobby, 
ask 
someone if you don't believe me , 
baby i lay around  
as i please 
& 
work at my own...

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Categories: taboos, me, may, me,
Form: I do not know?
Piercing My Heart
Piercing my heart:

Her nose-pin twinkles at me,
Her lip-ring smiles at me,
Her dark eyes make me lust,
Leaving everything like rust.
Her cheek-piercings make fake dimples,
Fake eyelashes arise...

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Categories: taboos, beautiful, beauty, body, woman,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Fibonacci-Art quaternion
All
change
evolves-
as taboos
become convention

As
art
nouveau
brings anguish,
then bewilderment
conceives a new understanding

When
a
doodle
or gesture
becomes surreal

New
forms
mix old
rhythms in
novelle images
...

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Categories: taboos, art,
Form: Fibonacci
Roots

Roots
Who are we? Is the quest in nous?
That rings each mos. as I think
Of roots and the traditional trail
Till a muffled loud voice echoed
 ...

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Categories: taboos, africa,
Form: Blank verse
An evil one again
        An evil one..
Not to go with soft referred as despotic rules are just.
Nothing quite defected if nothing...

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Categories: taboos, angst, evil, life, may,
Form: ABC
Xenophobia
An insect preserved in amber
Frozen at one point in time
Never changing,always the same,
Trapped in a living death
Through an accident of place,
It has its grim beauty,it...

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Categories: taboos, angst, hope, introspection, life,
Form: Free verse
A Circus Diabolique
As the Pied piper, when the first circus came to town              ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taboos, abuse, allegory, betrayal, child abuse, death,
Form: Couplet
Ball and Chain
well, there you go, sweetheart; 
i have done it at last - 
the unthinkable, the reckless, the bold 
and possibly suicidal thing...
i have gritted my...

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Categories: taboos, devotion, love, weddingheart, heart, life,
Form: Free verse
Black Body, Queer Spirit
I.

I am one with who I am.
I own my black body
and I cherish my queer spirit.

In this world, I cannot deny
either, for they both have
equal...

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Categories: taboos, slam,
Form: Free verse
Momma's On The Floor
13/8/2009

Momma collect yourself
I cannot lead the way
Why,
what for?
I wasn't even there...
While I knew you
petrified became my part
The anger,
all hope and faith
began to dash away

Momma,
its you
My...

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Categories: taboos, death, fear, mother, sad, love,
Form: Dramatic monologue