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Best Taciturn Poems

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Premium Member Being Taciturn
Being Taciturn
(TASS-uh-tern)
By: Miracle Man
8/29/2018

She’s often outwardly taciturn in a group setting,
Opting to be inconspicuous, “Like a fly on the wall.”
Being attentive to others while mentally...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taciturn, wife,
Form: Lyric



TACITURN
She was beautiful
Everyone said so
In her reflection 
A luminous glow
Long strands of ebony, her hair
Raven eyes with a gentle stare 
 
Many secrets yet to...

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Categories: taciturn, death of a friend, introspection,
Form: Epic
Word Squirrel
Rodents can be loquacious
That includes your average gerbil
They love to prattle, chat and blather
They really are quite verbal

Hamsters are talkative too
Just as garrulous as can...

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Categories: taciturn, animal, children, education, kid, words,
Form: Rhyme
Your Undying Legacy
My heart is so keen on you,
It leaves me cold, relentless, impossible
He fell into the love pools in my eyes,
The light you demand me to...

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Categories: taciturn, dark, deep,
Form: Narrative
Goodbye, My Child
Where cradled canyons sing
Of ebony wood in the forest
There lies a gurgling spring
Where cockcrows sing their chorus
To the melody of singsong birds
There I’ve concealed my...

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Categories: taciturn, adventure, allegory, angel, art, baby, beach,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member The Evil Eye
The darkness, now descending, floods the city as it dies
while shadows lurk in legions 'neath the looming Evil Eye.
Its frozen stare envelops all, it penetrates...

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Categories: taciturn, evil,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lane of lost memories
Sentimental rain creates puddles upon a lane of lost memories.
Gone are those malachite meadows, where we once ran free.

Clouds now reflect against intimidating soaring glass...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taciturn, death, home, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Swamp Life: Human Nature Contest
Swamps are like places where dinosaurs roam  
shadowed by ancient moss-draped trees.        
A prehistoric world in shades...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taciturn, life, nature,
Form: Verse
draped in a lavender light
I wore fear
 like a winding sheet,
 leaving behind trails
 of dead dreams

I held hope in my hands
 and weeping, it slid
 through my fingers
...

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Categories: taciturn, hope, light,
Form: Free verse
Cerebral cortex of my heart

I hold myself a prisoner 
A captive taciturn 
Unspeakable enticement still yearning
Since coming of age to discern

Yet never knowing 
Except in part 
The fullness to...

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Categories: taciturn, caregiving, conflict, deep, emotions,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Poetry Storm
 sullen clouds threaten
 the morning sky, and thunder's
 ominous rumblings
 render me taciturn, but
 my pen speaks above the rain...

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taciturn, storm,
Form: Tanka
Nothing Matters
Inspired by and based on L’Étranger by Albert Camus


I'm a stranger to you, even stranger to me
I'll pass you by like a memory
Of innocence and...

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Categories: taciturn, death, philosophy, song-life, care, care, life,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member MONSTROSITY
MONSTROSITY

Up in the old house down by the creek
Stood a mammoth waiting on me.
Down by the river close to the sea
I saw his eyes looking...

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Categories: taciturn, anxiety, fear, halloween,
Form: Rhyme
Perfect Fabric of Peace
The long, motionless hours of night;
a nod, a blink or deep breath away from
a new day's noise and bustle.
Modern life, soon enough, will secure
its grip...

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Categories: taciturn, dream, feelings, night, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Eli Eli Lama Sabachthani, Translation of Pierre Emmanuel's Eli Eli Lama Sabachthani by T Wignesan
God ! God ! Why have you forsaken me ! Translation of Pierre Emmanuel’s Eli Eli Lama Sabachthani by T. Wignesan

Opening the eyes requires such...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taciturn, faith, jesus,
Form: Elegy
2 What and when will i receive, Sky will decide
2
As a woman from my future painting you
will be trying to escape my pen hunting
because
you are such a naughty Squirrel, my friend!
Black waitress dress… white...

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© old new  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taciturn, drug, fire, kiss, sensual, snow, women,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Luxurious Lady - The Wordsmith Style
~Luxurious Lady~
(The  Wordsmith)


Beautiful beyond belief 
Enchantingly enduring ensemble 
Autumn again assents 
Unleashing unruly uproars 
Taciturn tender tendrils 
Ideal images impact 
Fall, fascinating face
Uncanny, ultra...

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Categories: taciturn, autumn, beautiful, beauty, color,
Form: Free verse
Asperger's --WORK IN PROGRESS--
Contemplative, taciturn
Willing to commit
An immutable zeal to learn
Endowed with acerbic wit
Endless potential
But having few outlets, to express it
Seemingly aloof or deferential
Unintentionally causing pain
Coming off inconsequential
An...

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Categories: taciturn, health, introspection, life
Form: Terza Rima
Another Road Less Traveled
They are nothing
if not taciturn--these sprit travelers.
They do not shock, or ridicule,
for  they are single-minded in their quest
for timeless realms where magic dragons play
and...

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Categories: taciturn, allegory,
Form: Free verse
Mourning Glory
As light breaks through mountain ridges
It touches upon pastures and cobblestone bridges
On top of the summit, tall it’d tower
a small and reclusive edelweiss flower

With kin...

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Categories: taciturn, age, allegory, emotions, friendship, natural disasters,
Form: Ballad
My Sweet Obsession
Amid the crowd, your devilish gorgeous face mesmerised me,
Those enchanting eyes when you gaze captivated me,
Your nose that stand firm cheer my very heart,
Voluptuous lips...

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Categories: taciturn, love, romantic,
Form: Romanticism
BATTLE OF THE CASE
   
   Harsh! The  asphalt  sac circumscribes my spirit
   drowning  the  spectacle of sapphire ambiance
...

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Categories: taciturn, death,
Form: Burlesque
'nite Mom...
Your loving persistence
mixed with blissful insistence
and reassuring assistance...
is always bestowed so sweetly.

Your charm is beguiling
giving me smooches while smiling
harken closely - and I’ll sing...
all of...

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© John Heck  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taciturn, familysweet, sweet,
Form: Rhyme
A Special Place
shifting and swirling wind 
biting cold 
first light coming around the bend
illuminating each crevice and every fold 

the kind of silence that makes a sound
lone...

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Categories: taciturn, nature,
Form: Quatrain
Memory.Future.Hope
In my memory you stand proud and tall
There you beckon, and I answer your call

In the past, in times gone by
You were all I needed...

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Categories: taciturn, hope, lost love, loveme, dream, memory,
Form: Rhyme