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Best Talc Poems

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


Premium Member Talc de Venise
I bought Talc de Venise today.*
Do you marvel at the name?
It conjures white rain on canals.
Imagine going on a Venetian bridge,
and white rain falling.

This is...

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© Julia Ward  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: talc, rain,
Form: Lyric



Premium Member Embers Glow In Sunset's Snow
Embers Glow In Sunset's Snow


In snowflakes’ sunlit souls - an amber chest,
orange, yellow, blushing red impassion
resplendent ember hues of stained-glass zest,
vivid vibes enliven snow from...

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Categories: talc, beauty, snow, sunset, winter,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member AUTUMNAL GRACE
potpourri of wreaths 
   splatter night rhinestones with aisles 
      of gold cashmere talc,
    ...

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Categories: talc, seasons,
Form: Tanka
Butterflies and Silver Seas
Jump into pistachio talc
and fly on mists a'sparkle
Dripping off me is butterfly dust
Stand up and you can follow
Dive off the chair you sit in
to streams...

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Categories: talc, adventure, happiness, imagination, life, nature, me,
Form: Quatrain
Ladykiller
Out of the bath, in the mirror, check me
picture of spindly masculinity
talc on the feet, and armpits sprayed
now for the body a choice to be...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: talc, clothes, humor,
Form: Rhyme



VOICES OF NATURE
The mountains of brown covered with green carpet of trees,
When they nod their heads I feel  cool winds and breeze,
Every time I ask them...

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Categories: talc, beauty, celebration, green, joy, nature, voice,
Form: Personification
' Scents ... (or Tea - Baby) '
S                        ...

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Categories: talc, family, food, funny, happiness, mother, nostalgialove,
Form: Shape
Sekt
We half-hearts cling as scaffold
Mouths of cellophane statements
Morphia inducing as our eyes talc-storm over
Seeing nothing in everything
Like a tank we collide, by the
Edges of a...

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Categories: talc,
Form: Free verse
WHITE ETERNAL LIGHT
‘WHITE ETERNAL LIGHT’

Talc powder feathered wings, gracefully a white dove brings 
 Spiritual promises of pacifist mediation, connecting our soul – timeless hope, appreciation
Light of...

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Categories: talc, christian, spiritual, truth,
Form: Imagism
amnesiac by choice
endless sky brushes crimson strokes
upon a cloudless Summer void
sea soft to pastel blue benign
robs shore of its sparkling treasure 
trees drip opaque tears 'pon sharp...

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© emma green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: talc, confusion, emotions, nature, , atheist,
Form: Free verse
Keeping him company
Clumsy feet transporting a barren shell,
She cannot lift her mournful eyes, she fears
her anguish will project, and she'll crack.
Barely visible behind her veil of grief
her...

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Categories: talc, funeral, loss, mother,
Form: Free verse
The little things in life
I will be with you until the end of our lives, 
when we are old and grey and covered in hives,

We will share a cup...

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Categories: talc, romance,
Form: Light Verse
SARASOTA SECRET
99% pure quartz.
Finest white 
Talc like
Sand beach in the world.
Sunshine’s rays
Rebound 
To clear 
Blue
Cotton 
Puffy
Clouds
Hanging sky.
Pristine see through
Gulf Sea.
Underwater wonder life
Fishes
Seashells,
My wife and me.
Paradise coastline,
A...

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Categories: talc, places,
Form: Free verse
Horror Comes To Town
Way back when,
Living with my father Harry,
One Halloween I had an idea spark,
Seemed to me it'd be a lark....

Thus the tale of When Harry's House...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: talc, adventure, childhood, children, funny, holiday, house,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Moth
What is a moth?
I only know flitting shadows
Magnified upon my wall.

In closets and in chests of drawers, 
Despite balls that smell of hospitals,
Holes in clothes...

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Categories: talc, analogy,
Form: Free verse
Hams of August Smother
Hams of August Smother


The folks are angry, really. 
They can’t explain the diaper, 
yet they would explain poor Jack.
It’s a plot, you see, to show
poor...

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Categories: talc, philosophyaugust,
Form: Free verse
Fragrant Allergy
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Categories: talc, funny, happiness, nature,
Form: Tail-rhyme
A Mother's Baking
from your first born, when you grab a dusting of talc, crushed with late night feeds, stirring in bouncing and stories on a knee,

adding a...

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Categories: talc, baby,
Form: Free verse
Buck
I rise up
Off the chaise lounge,
And greet the garden....

The tiger Lily’s 
Are orange freckled faces 
Soft as talc,
The morning dewdrops pose 
Expanding like a ballerinas...

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Categories: talc, flower,
Form: Free verse