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Best Takers Poems

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Premium Member Takers Taken
The night takers come when the sun goes down
When there's no one around to hear the quiet loud
They are the shadowed clouds feared by the...

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Categories: takers, earth, environment, lost, men,
Form: Dramatic Verse



givers and takers
Some people give and some people take, live by made up rules because the takers are fake.
Taking for granted in all that you do, you...

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Categories: takers, feelings, how i feel, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Give and Take
The give and take in love should reach a mean
whereby the two be equally disbursed,
so givers' hearts would never suffer lean,
cold hungry hours without love...

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Categories: takers, giving, love, relationship,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Gettysburg Hauntings
Gettysburg Hauntings

When General Meade met General Lee
At Gettysburg in 1863

Sons of the South battled Northern brothers
And neither side has ever recovered

Fifty-one thousand lives lost in...

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Categories: takers, history, mystery, visionarywar, war,
Form: Couplet
Wall Street
      

Set upon the new world stage within the burning fires of hell. Silently posed factions of the elite, suppress...

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Categories: takers, political, slam, social, war, war, world,
Form: Epic



No More Soup For Me
I sought a place to post my poems and thought I'd found a fit for me.
At first I was thrilled and felt I belonged to...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takers, me,
Form: Elegy
Poem for Poem
Poem for poem, rhyme for rhyme
I'll continue to write, until it's time
Time being death, which I never see close to me
Sometimes I find placement in...

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Categories: takers, conflict, deep, feelings, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
To those that say All Lives Matter when we say Black Lives Matter
You say all lives matter
Bringing up all these colors 
Like red, white, orange, and blue
But when a black life is taken, where on Earth are...

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Categories: takers, black african american, life, poetry, race,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cloud Weavers
Little child
Your tiny hands hold a little flower
Delicately, you start weaving a story about peace
In your gentleness, you understand how happiness works
It is the sanctuary...

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Categories: takers, life, lost, love, spoken word, truth,
Form: Free verse
All about life after jail
Life is hard and then you die
in the meantime you mostly cry
It seems to me that you have been changed
your attitude somewhat rearranged
 
The place...

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Categories: takers, change,
Form: Verse
December Sun .
December sun that hangs so low
To crawl across dim Winter cloud .
You were our friend six months ago
And wrapped me in your Summer shroud
Of coloured...

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© Sean Kelly  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takers, naturewinter, sun, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Everyone's a winner
Everyone's a Winner

They told me I was remarkable
and now it's plain to see
There is nothing extraordinary
about simple little me

All the ribbons I have hanging
Upon the...

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Categories: takers, child, confidence, environment,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Feelings
Confronting fragile feelings within
pain will inevitably begin.
For pride rebuffs attempts to amend
the sins you still stubbornly defend.

In a world of shakers and takers
trickery breeds liars...

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Categories: takers, angst, break up, emotions, feelings, hurt,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member bloody men
The blade penetrated the flesh
like a prong to a pitted plum
he had played with war
toyed with war
yet the gun
well the gun didn't have balls
Not for...

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Categories: takers, death, fear, introspection, war,
Form: Free verse
Greater is God
God is greater than the crush that caused the crater
The liars that always said, "Not now but certainly later."
The promise of pay to the delivery...

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Categories: takers, faith, father,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member A Ride in Dylan's Voice
Woke up this morning
 on the wrong side of the tracks.
Left out leaving for all the right reasons
 and all the wrong facts.

Caught a ride...

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Categories: takers, journey, religion,
Form: I do not know?
The Fruit Without The Tree
Empowering the indolent,
  the fox is now inside

The vermin on the loose,
 the truth now plagued by lies

The takers stalk the givers,
 those on...

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Categories: takers, truth,
Form: Rhyme
World of Prey
Kingdom of predators held at bay, 
the enchanted land where we live, 
survival of the fittest what they say, 
too many “takers” not willing to...

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Categories: takers, philosophy
Form: Rhyme
work limerick seems a shame to waste it posted here
Santa had an helper called Heather
and 4 little elf manager helpers
She told them to be nice
and give lots of advice
so all us call takers work...

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Categories: takers, fun,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Fireside Reverie
When did I lose them --
Where did they go --
These things I remember
as a soft fire glows?
My early days, my springtime,
Left so far behind --
Comes...

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© John Posey  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takers, nostalgia, fire, fire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Watched Midnight Sun Fall Into Dark Shades Of Oblivion, A Trilogy
Predator Antiqua Multis Versus Respiciens Tempus


I Watched Midnight Sun Fall Into Dark Shades Of Oblivion

Part I

I watched midnight sun fall into dark shades of oblivion
with...

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Categories: takers, appreciation, art, birth, blessing, time, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wickedness Abounds
Written: by Miracle Man
11-11-2019

In a nefarious world such as we are now living,
We vote for wicked things making them lawful.
More are now takers than are...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takers, god, jesus, judgement, truth,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member THE SELFISH POET
The Selfish Poet

Posts their work, eat comments
as if at a feast.
But close their pen, when it
comes to a reply?
Inimitable,arrogance divine!

Do they in mirrors all day...

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Categories: takers, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Party Loudly
Party Loudly 
(and hats that fit badly)
 
The comments of strangers, 
passers-by on the street,
people that matter very little, 
or even not at all. 

Effect...

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© Ann Foster  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: takers, addiction, allah, america, angel, anniversary, appreciation,
Form: Narrative
Whats Behind The Curtain
I used to dream of a dark hall. Dim. Empty with thick cheap navy curtains. 
The breeze. It felt hot and old. It shivered in...

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Categories: takers, anxiety, dark, dream, imagery, symbolism,
Form: Free verse