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Best Tactful Poems

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


Premium Member To My Granddaughter

I look and ponder, watch you grow in haste
Explore with wonder, new experience taste
No fear encountered as you learn the ropes 
Your sails adjusting, full...

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Categories: tactful, grandchild, light, trust,
Form: Sonnet



The Power Of Love
Living without the power of love
can it be anymore than trust
pulling back pieces of the crimson
lying down naked within the lust

Wanton eyes open  pleading...

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© Tim Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tactful, love, lust,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tact Is a Virtue
Tact Is a Virtue
I Don’t Possess
Written: by Tom Wright
3/9/2018

Being tactful isn’t a trait you’ll often see me use,
I’m just a man who always speaks his...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tactful, self, truth,
Form: Lyric
Children Listen
This is a poem.
It's not abstract.
So if you just sit back and listen,
you'll understand
I'm going to say this poem twice,
so listen with your heart the...

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© humble b  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tactful, black african american, child, childhood, daughter,
Form: Verse
PEER PRESSURE
In  high school, he was ridiculed,
for his stance on alcohol,drugs and sex.
He was mocked of his bold decision,
He was pressured to try drugs,sex,
smoking and...

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Categories: tactful, education, uplifting, school, school, drug,
Form: Dramatic monologue



Peek-a-boo lexicon
With the glut of sounds fixed within the book of expressions
I cause the dearth in mine carve ‘pon slip for the eager to ponder
A poet...

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Categories: tactful,
Form: Sijo
Parable
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Categories: tactful, black african american,
Form: Diamante
SELF ACTUALISATION
SELF ACTUALISATION

        S- Senses smoothly surpass
            ...

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Categories: tactful, perspective, philosophy,
Form: Acrostic
Something in the Air
                        ...

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Categories: tactful, brother, christian, conflict, friend, humorous, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
What Kind of Man?
Beware the Boob Man
For he’s shallow…and a little juvenile

The Leg Man is sensual
And can’t hold a conversation
But…
The Butt Guy
Just wants sex
Correction: Just wants some ass

Watch...

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Categories: tactful, art, funny, love, passion, people, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Lord Wen Chang's Tract-Taoist Inspired Dramatic Monologue, released into Public Domain
The August Sage recounts, 

For the 17 past lives I have been a Scholar Official, I was neither imperious nor inhumane. I saved the distressed,...

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Categories: tactful, blessing, devotion, forgiveness, religion, religious, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Growing
He has made my ears safe against the words of the enemy
He plans to face my day of trouble with a permanent solution
He fought through...

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Categories: tactful, christian, dedication, devotion,
Form: Rhyme
Whats In A Name
Your name is a great thing,
It gives my heart wings.
The letters give such inspiration,
The following are their creation.
Lets begin with the first letter,
That will be...

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Categories: tactful, dedication, devotion, girlfriend-boyfriend, love, passion, tribute,
Form: Rhyme
and you
you practically impossible
imposter of tactically tactful tactics…
you’re more than a coronal massive injection of detection
you are a right proper superbubble nova loving spectacle of self
you...

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© Izzy Gumbo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tactful, travel, universe,
Form: Carpe Diem
GHANA IS SICK
We belong to ourselves on primary agenda,
The voice of our homeland Ghana bitterly expresses her feelings over failing governments.
Governments that come to serve our land...

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Categories: tactful, anger,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member FROM THE HEART I'LL SING
I have a God given talent
I rejoice but not ever lament
They said it is a wonderful thing
I must do share and sing

Some may or may...

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Categories: tactful, feelings, funny, happy, imagery, inspiration, life,
Form: Ballad
LET ME BE LITTLE AGAIN
LET ME BE LITTLE AGAIN
by
JOHN M. ARRIBAS


I want to be a little boy once more
Playing cowboys and indians as I did before
Put a cape on...

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Categories: tactful, age, childhood, culture, feelings, growing up,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Gravediggers - A Sequel
Mr. Butcher, the undertaker, did a capital job of laying old Cheatum out,
Though he had to cram him in the casket since the senator was...

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Categories: tactful, funny, words, old, prayer, old,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fragile
Fragile

She seems so fragile.
I imgaine you with her, touching her gently,
as she lets her slender fingers linger on your skin -
those fingers with the long...

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Categories: tactful, longing,
Form: Free verse
The Pride Of The Pen
Inanimate as I am
With my blood I irrigate Leaves
And leave indellible
Traces of time and brains
Under the breath of literary colours

Breathless though I am
To abstracts, I...

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Categories: tactful, art, dedication, imaginationme, me,
Form: Personification
SHE IS THE MOTHER
When she walks, the whole forest is stalled                 ...

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Categories: tactful, animal, cat, mother, nature, senses, spiritual,
Form: Couplet
The Intricate Arc of Echos
Quite dispersions.
Peaceful allegorical dispensations.
Certain tactful dispositions.
A spectrum of disquietude.

Allegorical gravity.
The solitary wishful descents of freefall.
Long awaited acclamations of flight.

On and on, this merciful rainbow in...

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Categories: tactful, lost love, riddle,
Form: Free verse
Raisins of heart to whom
Hidden raisin
Holden in the heart
And so the chase is after choice
Pick the bomb
Or pick the rose
In every woman - explosive
If the man doesn’t know how...

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Categories: tactful, life, love, relationship,
Form: I do not know?
Lines to My Brother
I thought I knew you, William Kane.
No sooner did my world begin
Than you were peering down at me
And I acknowledged you as kin.

I thought I...

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Categories: tactful, childhood, confusion, devotion, family, loss, love,
Form: Rhyme
THE TESTED TRUTH
The thought to trash the truth took them
Through their trying time
Thinking that the throng truly trash the truth they trust’d through time
The throng till the...

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Categories: tactful, mysterytime, time, truth,
Form: Rhyme