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Best Takeover Poems

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

I'm near cuckoo
This Monday blue
A day not eas'ly recommended
for making sense
I'm way too tense
And hung-over to comprehend it
My mind's on the bend
my imaginary friends

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Categories: takeover, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

A din ensued
my imaginary brood
with a good dose of misapprehension
hauled out their toys
and with a deafening noise
held band practice to demand my attention

My head resounded

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Categories: takeover, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Rebirth
Blackened clouds roll in 
While overtaking the skies
Feeling the anger in the air
Growls takeover the sighs

Ominous feelings of disaster 
Now pending on the horizon 

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Categories: takeover, birth, rain, storm,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Flora Crescendo in Hawaii
I believe that long ago, the universe’s most artistic landscaper mixed woodlands with tropics, mountains with heaths, and streams with waterfalls that were next blended...

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Categories: takeover, beauty, nature, paradise, universe, vacation,
Form: Haibun
love is a poison
love is a vicious posion
 that has no comparison.
 the black death, aids, cancer, ebola
 are not even close to its ranpit death toll.

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Categories: takeover, death, love hurts, metaphor,
Form: I do not know?

Premium Member A Thousand Dark Secrets
Carrying with me a
halfhearted smile for the
braver men than I.
The men holding tightly
to past perceptions,
live or die.
Suppose I whispered to 'em
what I've heard through
the metaphorical...

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Categories: takeover, anger, angst, bereavement, political, war,
Form: Dramatic Verse
My mom My guardian angel
The cold wind rustles your tired feathers,
you are weary from your flight,
rest your wings, my guardian angel
let the shadows takeover the night

There was no need...

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© Ray Romano  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takeover, family, mom, mother,
Form: I do not know?
Moments to Remember
I refuse to spend
our last minute in grief
(to remove this other visage 
threatening a takeover)
I transpose over it

your face
with that gentle smile
holding in contemplation,
a curious...

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Categories: takeover, death, loss
Form: Blank verse
She laughs ,
I feel a warmth takeover  my heart.
She stares off into the distance.
Is it pain or memories of an unforgotten past i see...

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Categories: takeover, forgiveness, happiness, love,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member She's Taking Center Court
I'm coming from afar, I'm after who you are
I'm coming fast, and not on the grass.
 I've traveled all night
to fight this fight, new history...

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Categories: takeover, betrayal, celebration, character, confidence, conflict, courage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Penetrating Portals
Your eyes arrive on me
like the whips of passion's urgency
wide with white smite encasing eons inflamed in irises,
I feel the tight temperature of they're heated...

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Categories: takeover, beauty, desire, love, lust, magic, mystery,
Form: Ballad

During this stage of development, I seek élan vital.
The creative principle that provides métier and impulse.
In that, the essence of the soul pursues...

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Categories: takeover, for her, gender, how i feel,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Milk Spill
Under inexorable gravity’s pull,
galaxies often move toward one another.
Closer and closer they come to each other,
till astronomic smashups happen in full.

For no less than two...

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Categories: takeover, earth, image, space, star, stars, sun,
Form: Rhyme
the courage to be different
the courage to be different to buck the status quo
to be a child and disciple of the God that we all know
I know what it's...

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Categories: takeover, childhood, faith, hope, inspirational, introspection, life,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Fertile Crescent, iii
Fertile Crescent
and Vestigial Conscience

The sun overshadowing my morality
my self- righteousness eclipsed

Where early mans' dawn is, 
Our sun over my left *should* threaten to tinge me...

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© Jen Franks  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takeover, america, angst, character, conflict, courage, culture,
Form: Epic
YOU PREACHED: A Tribute to Pastor Arlee Griffith Jr.
you preached to us that the way to achieve an ultimate makeover
is to concede control to God and let the Holy Spirit takeover
you preached to...

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Categories: takeover, anniversary, devotion, inspirational, happy, god, grandmother,
Form: Dramatic monologue


somewhere out there in the sky's
God is wearing His great disguise
He's so cleverly hidden
no one can see Him with there eyes

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Categories: takeover, faith, hope, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MILESTONES

Late repast
Mealtime message;
Food invigorates


Joy spreads
Peanut butter bread;
Poignant taste


Fish head curry
White rice paradise;
Earthly ambrosia


Family meal
Celebratory moods;
Evening delights


Premium durian feast
Pleasure primes palates;
Mangosteen topping


Tuesday month-end
June succumbs;
July takeover


By and...

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Categories: takeover, change,
Form: Haiku
Ace in the hole
Even if they make more jobs in 
the name of us plebs in the populace, 
We won't still get placed; 
we don't know the puerile...

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Categories: takeover, bird, identity, inspirational, slavery, spoken word,
Form: Rhyme
Waging words
Amateur poetry season is over, move closer, its wisdoms time for disclosure,
The takeover, sober, waging raging kosher words….….. Transferred,  
ABC’s with wise syntax, heard...

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© Quincy Mac  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takeover, allegory, fantasy, magic, meaningful, visionary, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
And then the Head Elephant rose from the dead 
Surprising and shocking everyone
All cheered, “He is alive!” they shouted
“He lives!”

The opposition wrung their hands, 

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Categories: takeover, america, history, hope, loss, political, power,
Form: Political Verse
Pain as a Hobby II
I shouldn’t live in the past but I’m not just expressing myself
I’m over myself
I promise not to stay there too long but the pain makes...

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Categories: takeover, family, father, loss, nostalgia, son, dad,
Form: I do not know?
A bite
I talk three different ways
I walk only one 

I dress myself with clothes i made
I paint my nails so the nail shops won't get paid


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Categories: takeover, lifelove, me,
Form: I do not know?
Its just one feeling, a simple normal emotion; ....Every one feels it, I think.....But I can’t help this chill from crawling up my spine.... Implanting poisonous...

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Categories: takeover, abuse, anger, bullying, conflict, courage, dark,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Black Seminoles
Poet: Ken Jordan
Poem: Black Seminoles
Edited by: Sparkle Jordan
written: March/2014

I am a black Seminole Indian.
A fierce warrior on the Florida
plains - At war with the 

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© Ken Jordan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takeover, black african american,
Form: Prose Poetry