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Best Talkies Poems

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


Silent Talkies
Silent Talkies
                by Odin Roark

Walking the city,
camera in hand,
he snaps...

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© Odin Roark  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: talkies, loneliness,
Form: Prose Poetry



On A Million Dead Bodies
War taught of the need for nutrition and good health, 
and so Penicillin was first used on mass scale, 
tin food was too, like never...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: talkies, history, perspective, truth, war,
Form: Rhyme
Dark Side
Dark Side

Date: Mon, Oct 19 2015 at 5:44 PM

I'm on "Probation"
I can't catch any "Cases"
Cause they goin give me a "Equation"
I feel like grabbing the...

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Categories: talkies, africa, america, bullying, freedom, international, meaningful,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member PASSING CLOUDS


Rain hurls wetness
Public places watered;
Soaking exposure

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Dark passing clouds
Loiter and linger;
Tears from heaven

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Rainy debris
Dry leaves soaked;
Earthy tea brew

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Takeaway meal
Local gourmet touch;
Sensorial pleasures

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Two crows sit
Rain drenched;
Tree branch...

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Categories: talkies, change,
Form: Haiku
A student's folk tale
Stacked with books, assiduity elsewhere
Exams knocking at hand
Yet the Friday get-go
And final cut buff. 

Night at sea and morning sloth
The evening prowl and buddy talkies
Escaped...

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Categories: talkies, allegory, schooltime, time,
Form: Bio



Premium Member It's Halloween
Grandma, look I am flying on your broom.
Where would you be going on such a fine 
Afternoon?
Be careful that's an heirloom.
To your bedroom
To get my...

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Categories: talkies, adventure, confidence, family, fantasy, funny, halloween,
Form: Villanelle
the emergency room
at the mission in the Bowery
when the addict comes in at night
they are ushered through electronic doors that
slam shut like a prison 
echoing down the...

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Categories: talkies, life, hope,
Form: Free verse
Joan
Actress Joan Crawford
Started out as a flapper
In silent movies
Then she became a shop girl
In talkies and then became 
Ms Hollywood Royalty...

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Categories: talkies, history, life, nostalgia
Form: I do not know?
Dented Cans
I remember those 
Dented tin cans
The string communication
Of my childhood.

We lived in first story houses,
Telling their fourth or fifth
As we stood on the other side
Of...

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© Iris Blade  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: talkies, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Fire
I am the penitent fire,
The smoldering answer to the final question,
The World Host,
The vibrant colors in your eyes,

And yet...

      ...

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Categories: talkies, lifepeace, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member LATIN
old-fashioned reels
spin
       fascination
talkies buried

“did jimmy have some beer?”

and the oldest fighting
the baby
who whines real
often

a radio performance
of Twelve Days Of...

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Categories: talkies, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member We Are Not Alone


Other civilizations on other heavenly bodies
Are looking for life in the universe with similar jollies
Do we think we're alone
Not a chance, it's well known
The odds...

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Categories: talkies, science,
Form: Limerick
be cause
the murder
above my
head is
biblical

i know
they fly
and land
and fly away

to land
somewhere
out of sight out
of mind but once a

poetic bird
watcher watched
them become leaves
on a long bare autumn...

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Categories: talkies, muse,
Form: I do not know?