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Best To Each His Own Poems

Below are the all-time best To Each His Own poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of to each his own poems written by PoetrySoup members


To each his own
Some like it hard and some easy,
Some like it fragile and some tough.
Some like elegant not cheesy,
Some like it real, some like it buff.

Some take...

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Categories: to each his own, life, men, people, women,
Form: Lyric



To Each His Own
This is the story of two lonely souls....
Who found each other, without cajoles...
Neither had ever had a mate....
Yet Jack and Gill decided to date.....
They felt...

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© kj force  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: to each his own, addiction, animal, boyfriend, discrimination, food, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
To Each His Own
"Live and Let Live Bill"
Gives you the right to Marry
"Congratulations!"...

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© Judy Konos  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: to each his own, love
Form: Senryu
to each his own
we all are blind ,until we see-that in the gods plan.
 nothing is worth the making if it does'nt make the man
 so why do...

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Categories: to each his own, fear, friend,
Form: Concrete
Premium Member The Two Foods
Health Food

natural, low-calorie

nourishing, strengthening, boring

kale, *kimchi, chips, chocolate

tantalizing, satisfying, fattening

salty, sweet

Junk Food


*Kimchi is the national health food of Korea, fermented vegetables, particularly cabbage. It's nasty-tasting...

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Categories: to each his own, food,
Form: Diamante



Premium Member Here's Why My CV Needs Work
NAME: Phil Latio (Law) PhD (Medicine) FSC (Federation Starfleet Commander).

POSITION SOUGHT: Head job.

AGE: Pass

SEX: Well, I was born a male if that helps.

CONTACT DETAILS: Probably...

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Categories: to each his own, fishing, humorous,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Stinky Or Sweet
Our memories can be aroma-based...
   at times not stoked by customary kind.
What some may find offensive, flee in haste,
   to others...

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Categories: to each his own, nostalgia, senses,
Form: Sonnet
Poetry is Poetry is Poetry
A lot of people seem to love fabrication
I won’t judge
That’s just not me
A true poet is to each his own
It’s still poetry
Mine is MY life...

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Categories: to each his own, art, on writing and words,
Form: Free verse
Shadowed
A shadowed cloud drops upon this day

Here, it comes to haunt our hearts

But do not falter at it's persistence

And wipe away your tears

For on this...

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Categories: to each his own, death, loss, sad, day,
Form: Free verse
DISAPPOINTMENT acrostic English sonnet
Destiny made a way out of my reach,
Instead of welcoming with open arms
Spread wide. To each his own! On my own, each
And every day, I...

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Categories: to each his own, angst,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Unquotable quotes: Outsiders and Odd Men - XXVIII
Unquotable quotes: Outsiders and Odd Men – XXVIII

                 for...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: to each his own, anti bullying, black african american, courage,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member A Futuristic Christmas: 2025
Christmas years ahead...
holograms that come alive
standing in our midst;
Santa, reindeer, Christmas trees
come and go with just a switch.

No more shopping malls...
All gifts picked and bought...

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Categories: to each his own, christmas, future,
Form: Tanka
Model T Poetry
The old Model T, what a great car
Henry Ford, invented it in his day
Plain and simple, a product of a wise man
Might of been slow,...

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© Danny Nunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: to each his own, lifeold, old,
Form: I do not know?
This City Speaks

Faces void all passing by
open eyed yet emptied 
like flashes of a vacancy sign
blank stares like orphans pitied

Caught in time
no plans to sketch
just colored pencils...

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Categories: to each his own, city, environment, introspection, journey, world,
Form: Rhyme
tears and laughter
tears and laughter are the very same thing
they live like magnets and are opposite things
yet each side does metal attract
each to the extreem emotion an...

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Categories: to each his own, art,
Form: Blank verse
J E P D
is Elohim a democracy
of Father Son and Holy Spirit

or Yehweh God and law
the kingdom over those who fear it

to each his own was given a...

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Categories: to each his own, faith, god, god,
Form: I do not know?
Life is a Game
To each his own, 
they always say.
To each his own, 
is the only way.

So tell me why,
they always stray
from those very words 
they so often...

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Categories: to each his own, confusionwords,
Form: I do not know?
smile at me
when your lips
smiled at me
they captured me

to each his own

i love you like 
only little children
love pennies

or cupcakes

that is why it is
so hard for me
to...

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Categories: to each his own, confusion, love
Form: Free verse
Casting Couch
It takes much experience for a women to kiss like a beginner
therefore the casting couch phenomenon goes both ways. 
As long as she's legal and...

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Categories: to each his own, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Anatomy of God
"The Anatomy of God"

Who shall say there is one God?
if there are many, as it seems
in all the world’s sects and religions -
Who is their...

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Categories: to each his own, bible, dark, god, psychological, religion, war,
Form: Free verse
the cLOWns last smile
Slamming crashing endless turn
Reveling those that scorn and yearn
Shifting minds undoing tears
Forgiving those forgave my peers
Joyfull death amongst the crown
He sat and smiled though as...

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© Penn Kname  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: to each his own, death, dedication, depression, fantasy, people, philosophy
Form: Rhyme
Of Cigarettes And Smoking Blues
Of Cigarettes And Non Smokers Blues

The  smoker,  he smokes incessantly,  breathing out smoke like a dragon afire...
As I observed, it played in...

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Categories: to each his own, anxiety, community, confusion, education, humanity, identity,
Form: Light Verse
Irises
Van Gogh painted irises
That everyone admires.
In gardens, very often,
They’re the flower that inspires.

I, however, am not swayed
By any iris charms.
To me, they look quite evil,
Setting...

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Categories: to each his own, flower,
Form: Rhyme
May 19, 2017
"Today"
by:  Eric L. Boddie

dear diary....well let me stop that shit
i'm addicted to the laugh and i just can't quit
i mean, you can call me...

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Categories: to each his own, art, inspiration, philosophy, poetry, truth,
Form: Couplet
Or, Why?

I sit and watch the passer-byes
        Not staring back my curious eyes
      ...

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Categories: to each his own, introspection
Form: I do not know?