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Best Truth Poems

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


Moment of Truth
I was walking with two friends of mine,
when we saw a woman
who was tall, beautiful and black
They spoke lewd to her,
so she didn't speak back
In...

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Categories: perspective, philosophy, truth, wisdom,
Form: Dramatic Verse



The Truth About ADHD
Growing up with ADHD forces you to adapt,
impulsive behaviour controls how you react,
attention span wanders and naturally distracts,
you face an impact, that in fact, doesn't...

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© Nick Trim  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: truth, anti bullying, perspective, psychological,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Because of You
I used to be naive, I used to trust
but then that trust just crumbled into dust
the world at large is so unkind, it's true
there is...

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Categories: meaningful, truth,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member Listen To Life
Have you not heard me?

Borne upon the air at dusk, dancing ... I have whispered you in a million voices
    Still, you...

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Categories: life, philosophy, truth, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member American Indian, Nightshades, Moonshadows And Howling Wolf
American Indian, Nightshades, Moonshadows And Howling Wolf

Thirsty for red moon, its sacred beams and eternal pull
howling-out to speak to this dark and blind world, without...

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Categories: truth, art, conflict, death, history,
Form: Verse



Premium Member My Kind
I will not dim my light so you can shine
I will not still my voice so you can scream
I will not quench my blaze so...

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Categories: truth, woman,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member Still I Run
I race for summer's setting sun
as crimson bleed the alder leaves
and still I run.  And still I run.

My rival, time, is yet undone.
Past pyramids...

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Categories: autumn, death, truth,
Form: Villanelle
One World
Love is not a color,
No hue, neither a race.
All of our blood is the same, 
That runs deep within our veins.

If we could lift up...

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Categories: truth, america, for her, for
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Too Much Sadness for Me
there's too much sorrow...
don't you know
we are all going to die
a starting point always beckons a finish
sooner or later
no matter how
peaceful or painful
that final moment...

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Categories: sad, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Brave
The brave are more than ones who battle on
in fields of warfare, showing valor true
The brave are more than those that wars have won
There is...

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Categories: truth,
Form: Sonnet
kaleidoscope
through a tiny lens
held firmly with hands
eyes gaze in awe..

with a simple twist
colours explode harmoniously
bright, sparkling,blinding..

the colours are stunning
so vivid, so alive
with truth as in...

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© Lynn Marie  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: truth, faith, hope, imagination, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To Be Loved - POTD
To be loved
is to be a wildflower
blooming in springtime. 
How wondrous to be much desired
by all the honeybees in the meadow. 
There's no greater wealth...

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Categories: truth, analogy, appreciation, love, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Toddler Sky
-Toddler Sky-

Down where I sleep, 
You hold me, embrace my every way
The Marks up on my skin
You caress, taking away from the ugliness

Watching the simple...

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© SKAT A   Create an image from this poem.
Categories: truth, blue, body, childhood, how
Form: Free verse
Premium Member View from the prism of 'ism'
socialism  communism  fascism   despotism
  buddhism  catholicism  hinduism  zoroastrianism  
territorialism  colonialism   imperialism  ...

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Categories: satire, society, truth, word
Form: Monorhyme
Invisible Colors

About our first parents,
here’s something beautiful to know
Adam was created perfect,
and from out of him, Eve followed
God said to His Son:
You and I, We are...

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Categories: love, spiritual, truth, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Divine Miracle
A Divine Miracle


That day- I placed my father's crimson rose,

quite randomly, inside a book of prose-

God's intervention was my only guide.

What I had hoped- was...

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Categories: inspirational, miracle, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A mountain from a pile

How far do the ripples spread, when eventually we die 
Probably stay in the locality, level off, no major outcry
But let’s say we’re famous, suffering...

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Categories: allusion, corruption, prejudice, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Beautification
Corralled in Plato’s cave,
groupies of untenable shadows,
silenced their intuitions to the smoke and other sighs.

Jamaica’s capital hosted a convention
giving an ever-leaving coward’s play a stage,
now...

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Categories: truth, allegory, anti bullying, bullying,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member We are Nasty Women
We are Nasty Women

When we hear haughtiness, we name it
When we see bullying, we blame it

We are Nasty Women

We do not daintily defer
For selfish whims...

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Categories: truth, character, confidence, courage, strength,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In This Time Of Looming Dark, Look To The True Light
In This Time Of Looming Dark, Look To The True Light

World is dark and racing fast into hell
grab a coin, toss it in a wishing...

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Categories: truth, art, creation, faith, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Impressions in solitude

In quest of wisdom supreme
Seeking truth esoteric
Beyond gravity, space, time,
Beyond senses of mankind,
In solitude, musing mind,
She invokes satori dreams
And finds zeal of nirvana
In sublime motifs...

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Categories: solitude, truth, wisdom,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Seeds Of The Soul
In our souls lie all the seeds,
Waiting patiently to meet our needs.
Soulfully waiting for us to choose,
For us to use or abuse.

We plant our seeds...

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© Bill Baker  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: truth, community, life, perspective, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Selfie or Call Me Insensitive
You call me insensitive,
But I don't believe that's true;
Because, you see,
It's all about me.
It's not about you.

You say your opinion doesn’t matter,
That I’ve no respect...

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Categories: truth, angst, culture, funny, giggle,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Do Men Cry
Are men supposed to show their strength
denying doubts and fears?
Should they pretend to play it cool
concealing all their tears?

When things build up would weakness urge
temptation...

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Categories: character, men, truth,
Form: Quatrain
We Worked Long Enough
I laugh out loud
every time I hear a politician say,
that the best way to enrich a black person's life,
is to give them a job
Give them...

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Categories: slavery, society, truth, work,
Form: Dramatic Verse