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Conclusion Poems - Poems about Conclusion

Conclusion Poems - Examples of all types of poems about conclusion 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 conclusion.
The December
...The termination, the conclusion, the tail end of the year. Strong resolution, dermier decision, to walk on without any fear. December, make it a moment to remember, the month of joy, the ......Read More
Categories: conclusion, beautiful, beauty, environment, farewell,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Wise Still Worship
...When Christ was born the wise men came to seek a king, they could not name. from heathen land, they traveled far cross desert sand, led by a star. Where is the child, the newborn king? the one......Read More
Categories: conclusion, birth, christian, god, heaven,
Form: Rhyme
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Categories: conclusion, addiction, books, drink, drug,
Form: Tazkira
Premium Member It's Only Right
...Can the day ever be seen, Where we respect differences among us all? Or must our obedience to an Angry God, force a hand to build a wall? If morality is justly placed, the Spread o......Read More
Categories: conclusion, humanity,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Hooked on Saget
...thought you were hooked on Phonics you were being taught code word Saget a week and a half till his fate you were hooked on Saget had to feel some remorse the last guy who said it Saget still har......Read More
Categories: conclusion, cute,
Form: Free verse

Cast Your Vote
...Whatever issue’s got your goat, Today’s the day to hustle To where you get to cast your vote And flex your civic muscle. Debates are over, ads are done; You’ve come to a conclusion, So mark y......Read More
Categories: conclusion, political, today, voice,
Form: Rhyme
Love vs Fate
...I hate goodbye. One more try, one more cry, one more lie…. to my self. F-it!! Goodbye! Ish should have been in the shelf! So long, farewell, sayonara MotherF-Er Mother’s. F-ing. Tired. Tr......Read More
Categories: conclusion, break up, cry, divorce,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A New Brief Discourse On An Old Topic
...There is no sin but ignorance. (Christopher Marlowe) Sin is the failure of an imperfectly made being to keep a perfect law. (Matthew Pearl-"The Dante Club") ASSUMPTION: Sin does not exist Unt......Read More
Categories: conclusion, perspective, philosophy, sin,
Form: Free verse
Eccentric kook's reasonable rhyme zigzags
...Eccentric kook's reasonable rhyme zigzags Doggone poet laureate wannabe his index finger wags nonverbally naysaying those, who doubt mine posthumous fame and fortune, which snags eternal reno......Read More
Categories: conclusion, absence, august, blessing, cool,
Form: Rhyme
In The Eyes of A Stranger
...In The Eyes of A Stranger Piercing, glancing and forgetful thoughts. Seconds of observation invasive emotions never fought. Unfamiliar eyes only to know nothing of you. Your conversation, you......Read More
Categories: conclusion, anger, betrayal, deep, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
They disturbed the Audeince
...They put their concerns on the large container in the corner it was enough for me to tease their imagations of it's content. It had a music notes on the side and made mention of awareness it ......Read More
Categories: conclusion, crazy,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member The Conclusion Of The Delusion
...Evil creeps upon the face of the earth Like lengthening shadows in a hot sun All that it touches loses its true worth Chaos and delusion, have now begun The ultimate illusion has caught man Th......Read More
Categories: conclusion, evil, god, love, paradise,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Amazing Use Of A Magnet
... The earliest record of magnets was in 600BC when Greek philosopher Thales of Miletus used the term ‘lodestone’, which refers to a naturally occurring magnet. However, according to Greek ......Read More
Categories: conclusion, appreciation, technology,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member GRAVITY HILL
..."recently scenes of early life have stolen into my mind, like breezes blown ..." Quote by _Samuel Taylor Coleridge (from his writings) There’s a magical cemetery north of here they say, I......Read More
Categories: conclusion, scary,
Form: Tail-rhyme
... 1. Rumor has it on heavens above, Among the angels’ divine sphere, That God after very much though Decided in man’s life to interfere. 2. For He has observed Man’s mistak......Read More
Categories: conclusion, abuse, betrayal, nature,
Form: Quatrain

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