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Context Poems - Poems about Context

Context Poems - Examples of all types of poems about context 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 context.
Terribleed
... Fermented in fahrenheit the sizzle is way too hot Creeping up the backside beading up in that spot Shallow is the pool of fear where the drips do lie Bashful red is the color skin appearing ......Read More
Categories: context, psychological, sin,
Form: Rhyme



Guilty Fear
... Fermented in farenheit the sizzle is way too hot Creeping up the backside beading up in that spot Shallow is the pool of fear where the drips do lie Bashful red is the color skin appearing shy......Read More
Categories: context, deep,
Form: Rhyme
The Line
...There is a line drawn straight and true By a pencil of fear Its erasable Seems simple in context But so difficult to write In world so consumed by regret Where does a simple line in life come ......Read More
Categories: context, courage, happiness, hope, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Desire and Aversion
... *Image of Personal Growth by Pixabay. Desire and Aversion Desire, the conquest of all that's wanted, Hunger and thirst that goes unsatisfied, Aims made, set goals are boundless ......Read More
Categories: context, absence, desire, emotions, imagery,
Form: Sonnet
God did vs Jesus did
...The words ‘God did’ is a general phrase Looking at it we need to remove the haze This investigation might amaze some and alarm some The phrase ‘God did’ is used worldwide But will often collide ......Read More
Categories: context, jesus,
Form: Free verse



Self Actualize
...Darkness falls into endless sleep Ego spawns, grows to overleap This dark enemy gloats with glee A silent death I shall be free Demons expose the tools of use With great happiness, self abuse ......Read More
Categories: context, change, conflict, confusion, courage,
Form: Kyrielle
Whispers Of Eternity
...You can hear the sound of creation Quietly whispering through space Last remnants of the explosion from When The Big Bang first took place, That in time formed the first stars, Can still hear so......Read More
Categories: context, creation, imagery, philosophy, science,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Murder Weapon
... It was a mystery The death of her twin sister Helen became jittery On the manner death had kissed her. These few words sister could only say “It was the speckled band” Before he......Read More
Categories: context, murder, mystery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love Begets Resilience
...Back in our preverbal day of healthy regenerating time, indigenous wisdom pursued peak experiences of cooperative pleasure, deep co-empathic embrace. Sometimes, especially when this pleasure......Read More
Categories: context, earth, health, integrity, love,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member IN CONTEXT
...IN CONTEXT this  tension of  intelligence at the heart fragments  shuttle past the timeline of loneliness a tempting place construed with reticencent to reflect & reinterpret or ......Read More
Categories: context, poetry,
Form: Other
Premium Member MisGuided Meditations
...I am sorry about my judgmental, sadly disdainful, tone in earlier messages. Even worse, I remain embarrassed for spreading it out for key staff and leaders to well-positioned see and hea......Read More
Categories: context, anxiety, appreciation, health, humor,
Form: Political Verse
Wisdom
...I am not yet a part of the afterlife. Instead, it is those years shattering. Underneath, there is chatter fluttering free. A flood of numbness lifts. And a sprinkle of kindness appear......Read More
Categories: context, anxiety, depression,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member No Title, Yet - 62
...What am I really most thankful for, this year? What is it that is most important to me? As the holiday season really draws near, I start analyzing where I want to be. Towards the end of each ye......Read More
Categories: context, writing,
Form: Rhyme
TO READ AND APPRECIATE POETRY
... Poetry a figurative sense is one in which words or expressions acquire meanings that depend on their context of use. The literal sense is used to give words the objective meaning the......Read More
Categories: context, allusion, appreciation, inspirational, literature,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Hearing
...“And God said, Let there be light: and there was light.” - Genesis 1:3 You will not surely die,” the serpent told Eve. For God knows that in the day you eat of it, your eyes will be opened and you......Read More
Categories: context, christian,
Form: Free verse

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