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Choice Poems - Poems about Choice

Choice Poems - Examples of all types of poems about choice to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for choice.
Blank Space Craft
...The dark spill muddied my canvas: Made its mess, dislocated light And thoughtful lines to the edges While it claimed the center for spite. It seemed like all was wrecked. The time I'd wor......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, divorce, perspective, recovery from,
Form: Rhyme

I am not wrong
...I am not wrong stop saying that I am this is not on me the issue is with them I did not yell or even raise my voice I did what I should but how was that the right choice Im just supposed t......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, family,
Form: Rhyme
Why I Want to be a Poet
...I will never be a great poet, but that is okay writing poetry helps relieve the anxiety of life’s challenges a life full of ups and downs I have a choice to make will I sit and pine away or wil......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, feelings, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Why Did I Become a Poet
...I don't want to inflict myself on you It would an awful thing for me to do But these emotions fill me to the brim I can no longer keep this anguish in Then written down it's not so bad Intriguin......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, anxiety,
Form: Rhyme
With the end of the cable
... you hit me. younger me:,, Do it!" One Hit, on my head, didn't hurt much. Another on my back, my pullover protected. I Held my hand over my face. Bad choice. The metal cut my hand like knife. ......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, 4th grade,
Form: Free verse

Birth of the Word Witch
...What say you naive with all your poultice, foolish fervor to your reverie!?” “Mark me damned but you better hope I die,” otherwise I’ll be peeling your hide, ......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, dark, death, evil, gothic,
Form: Free verse
Symphony of the soul
... Ink flows like tears, a cathartic stream As emotions swirl, a maelstrom's dream Poetry's solace, a refuge I've found Where heart and mind entwine, a healing ground Through verse, I've learn......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, emotions, inspirational, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Zen mode
...humming toroidal heart looks at the head ovoid which now glistens with light that is gifted to it by Self which dwells in heart’s core the seeker who sought is dead all that that now glows is......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, heart, joy, light, self,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Blessed Jesus
...My blessed Jesus, eternal Sovereign One, prayers lifted up in whispers and songs to the Son. I was ruled by sin, yet, in sinner's grief, restoration flowed in. Hosanna to the gentle Lamb of seve......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, 7th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Our Choices
...One candidate will rave, lie, cheat and molest The second seems ready to be a hospice guest But we have a third choice With a strong forthright voice Half his mind is brilliant, but a wor......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Rooted in Thought
..."I shall be like a tree planted by the river ... " Psalm 1:3 Anchored for now but watching the drift Bend down to reach what forever does shift Content in a moment, but mind always whirring ......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, angst, anxiety,
Form: Abecedarian
China's Great Wall of Blindness
...( thoughts before coffee. "BYD" China's electric vehicle) __________ The first thing to say to my chinese brothers is that you didn't get here by way of a scientific committee but......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, america, humanity,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member America's Slow Walk to Dictatorship
...The Founders' fear of tyranny informed their choice of polity. They chose a form of government, founded on the people’s power. They acknowledged the hand of God, in battles fought and victori......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, culture, freedom, history, identity,
Form: Free verse
I can't read minds
...I don't read between the lines and I can't read minds I was unsuccessful on my last three tries you asked for my opinion but what you're seeking is agreement so I toss what I was thinking in the t......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, analogy, confusion, journey, money,
Form: Rhyme
The Greatest Honor That Can Be bestowed on Us
...If only more knew that the two greatest honors, That can be bestowed on us, Is the one given to us, By children who adopt us, Giving their heart to us, And trusting us, Not to throw it under......Read the rest...
Categories: choice, age, appreciation, care, childhood,
Form: Didactic

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