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Best Tackling Poems

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


Tackling the stairs
Stair climbing
A bit too hard
I cant quite reach that rail
Daddy is down at the bottom
He can catch me if I……..
“Hold tight!” calls Mum
I will
A long...

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Categories: tackling, child,
Form: Cinquain



Skipping Past Daisies
Skipping past daisies

 twirling with ease

smiling at nature

and all that does please

tackling life's worries

with a heart full of grace

answering God's calling

with an angelic face

bathing in...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tackling, love,
Form: Rhyme
Hostess twinkies
.     The yellow cream filled twinkie
               A...

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© Abe Lopez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tackling, food
Form: Epulaeryu
Of Mad Dogs
The walker prevails without his brimmed hat, 
skirting whirling dervish of hungry gnats 
which seek to explore each orifice bare - 
to sample the blood...

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Categories: tackling, analogy, anti bullying, nature, summer, sun,
Form: Rondeau
Skipping Past Daisies
Skipping past daisies

 twirling with ease

smiling at nature

and all that does please

tackling life's worries

with a heart full of grace

answering God's calling

with an angelic face

bathing in...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tackling, love, nature,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Savanna Night
Savannah Night

There was an uneasy feeling that night on the savannah.
The creatures were jumpy as they huddled and grazed.
Startling at each new sound, one stamps...

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Categories: tackling, africa, animal, night,
Form: Verse
Be Yourself
Looking into the crystal mirror
The girl sees a hollow form in front of her
She is beautiful, with nothing out of place
But is filled with nothing

Eyes...

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Categories: tackling, confusion, courage, emotions, encouraging,
Form: Free verse
If You Only Knew
If you knew the danger you were in you wouldn't hesitate
In not realizing the effects of sin you sit around and wait
Doing nothing to prepare...

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Categories: tackling, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Savannah Night
There was an uneasy feeling that night on the savannah.
The creatures were jumpy as they huddled and grazed.
Startling at each new sound, one stamps its...

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Categories: tackling, africa, animal, nature,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Sea mysticim
Sea waves
surface guards
of inner wet lords. 

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Controversial storm
hard-tackling the captains ship
God is the referee.

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captains spyglass failed
overwhelmed by ambushed storm
crew helter skelter.
===================

Plain hearted sea
men sailed
pirates flags...

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Categories: tackling, sea
Form: Haiku
A Tribute To Police Officer
Each day is a new day for the Police 
Looking around protecting and serving the public
 With a smile and politeness
They guard us from deadly...

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Categories: tackling, patriotic, drug, integrity,
Form: Heroic Couplets
Premium Member Don't Go to Wyoming Alone
He's a versatile "man of all trades,"
pursues anything new, virtually self-made.
He's a photographer, a minister and a poet,
immerses himself totally but before you know it

he's...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tackling, africa, farm, flying, humorous, travel, vacation,
Form: Narrative
Introspectively
Understanding myself, and towards developing  introvertedly 
The parameters of today, yet most lay dormant inside of me
Questioning the how, as in such, the extended...

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Categories: tackling, depression, faith, fear, feelings, forgiveness, growth,
Form: Acrostic
Valentines Day Is Everyday
Her cognition is sporadic
Longing for her to relax
And display calm tactics
Lay on my chest like it’s a hammock
When she isn't calm
I can't stand it
Cause behaviors...

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Categories: tackling, beauty, blessing, crush, feelings, first love,
Form: Free verse
An Accuser's Prayer
Dear God, I am an accuser, an accuser to the bone.
Most times I accuse because I have been accused and left to fight alone.
So God...

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Categories: tackling, religiongod, me, prayer, freedom, god, love,
Form: Rhyme
The pain of delivery

The day I born my pride,
I was a jackass ;when nursing him,
I was a plague ; today he flies about,
All calls me mother of Nation.

Smile...

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Categories: tackling, change, happiness, hope,
Form: Free verse
Six Lettered Word
In a second my life changed like i could never imagine
The world was all Topsy turvy 
and i a floating object in the turmoil
A simple...

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Categories: tackling, health, life, loss, recovery from...life, me,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Children of Lahore
CHILDREN OF LAHORE
(Easter Sunday 2016)


Arms flailing
From
Her
Blue burka,

The woman
Jumps

Like a checkerboard
Piece
Up and over
The white squares

Of bedsheet
       To bedsheet
To bedsheet

Each
Draped
Over a
Red...

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Categories: tackling, bereavement,
Form: Free verse
HIKE U TOO
     ***GROWTH***

  Blossoms are Spring sweet
  Red orbs that cover fall down
  Keep peeling apples.




   ...

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Categories: tackling, imagination, inspirational, introspection, life, nature, on
Form: Haiku
Human
Dark nights and bright blue mornings
My Back against the wall,
Foot on the moon
Arm strong: I'm carrying the world,

The youth taking over!
Lets just hope we don't...

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Categories: tackling, humanity, identity, life,
Form: Free verse
Santa Claus Gets a Break
So many years of traveling back and forth to the
North Pole, where the weather's blustery
and the winds are extremely cold,
Santa always prevails as the Postal...

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Categories: tackling, holidaychristmas, christmas, time,
Form: Limerick
Curiosity, Not Reason, Leads to Wisdom

“No! Michael! It’s hot,” my mother would say

But I would always see for myself, getting my way

A tiny finger to red-hot burner of the stove

My...

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Categories: tackling, appreciation, beauty, courage, faith, god, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
What
what
A multitude of dishes is just not a sanctuary of fishes. Ok? Did you hear the trinkling of the water omitting from the tap? Gaps...

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Categories: tackling, beauty, birthday, blessing,
Form: I do not know?
Variety
How many stupid do you need?
We’ve an entire variety of breed.

All of them are highly qualified.
In all absurd they’re specialized.

You can get from them only...

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Categories: tackling, community, conflict, corruption, mirror, society, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Once More Dear Friends
Come sail with me once more dear friends, to ply the winds to comply.
To hoist the sails, pull on the sheets, to steer the yacht...

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Categories: tackling, ocean, water, wind,
Form: Sijo