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Decadence Poems - Poems about Decadence

Decadence Poems - Examples of all types of poems about decadence 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 decadence.
Premium Member Hyper-caloric
...Though what we know and that which we feel goes into what we write I believe poets are more inclined toward image-periphery the alchemy of lyric-formation what is just around the corne......Read More
Categories: decadence, courage, inspirational, introspection, perspective,
Form: Free verse

Carburetors And Kittens
...Seated in a coffee-shop an extra-large with hot milk and a slice of decadence await her indulgence she leans forward and spontaneously reacts to her companion’s whispered observation rose-re......Read More
Categories: decadence, feelings,
Form: Prose Poetry
...Books I went to the Frankfurt Book Fair the other day. It was mind-boggling..Books! There were fat books, thin books, White books, black books, tawny books, Paperbacks, hardbacks, beautifull......Read More
Categories: decadence, books,
Form: Free verse
Din of Decadence
...I posed no questions before my erroneous conception I never asked to be or not to be Serenading deserted streets with dirges exploring absence in back alleys reciting Ophelia’s soliloquy from ......Read More
Categories: decadence, angst, class, humanity, loneliness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Dream House
...My dream house no longer a mega mansion it needs to be with ceilings so high in them clouds can be seen No more acres of gardens with streams and ponds and fountains galore no more glorious storie......Read More
Categories: decadence, desire, dream, house,
Form: Rhyme

My tender heart
...Sin begins with the heart, Where dark desires may start. Sin takes root in the mind, Where temptation begins to bind. Sin fuels the imagination, And fans the fire of deviation. Through si......Read More
Categories: decadence, allah, christian, god, gospel,
Form: Rhyme
Letting It All Hang Out
...Below the gray blah canopy Suffering from bad attitude and seasonal psychosis The human race sprints No finish line required and Everyone wins gold Music blaring Bikini tops daring Exposed gu......Read More
Categories: decadence, adventure, crazy, drink, fun,
Form: Free verse
... How I longed for and every morn, For a decadent slice of cake, At beginning of every dawn, Was hooked, my heart did often ache. Not fussy, fairy cake or bun, To be sweet, I was for sure bo......Read More
Categories: decadence, heart,
Form: Rondeau Redouble
Premium Member Beguiling Spring
...Beguiling spring, how bold your arrogance You shameless season painted in conceit Parading up and down each city street O'er hill, through dale, you flaunt your elegance Each tree, each flower,......Read More
Categories: decadence, spring,
Form: Italian Sonnet
The Sacred Meow Society
...The Sacred Meow Society The sacred meow society Dripping in their jewels They lead with unseen fisted paw Make no deals with mice nor fools Their eyes as gold as gleaming crowns Resting on fu......Read More
Categories: decadence, animal, cat, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Fourth and Four
...Adjust and move four words for worth/ Aghast at July 4th I’ll power forward north / Away from what’s been uncovered worse than I’ve ever been coerced I devour and nourish as the demeanor looks g......Read More
Categories: decadence, angst, anxiety, art, character,
Form: Rhyme
Perfect Garden
...Strolling down the old, gray, cobblestone path, encircled by soft shade, Golden plumes enhanced by indigo and violet are visible as light fades. The emerald and clover leaves of willows weep, dro......Read More
Categories: decadence, appreciation, dream, environment, garden,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member What Comes After Tuesday
..."I'm hearing images, I'm seeing songs no poet has ever painted Voices call out to me, straight to my heart" Cold, emotionless, and her nature, defiant Hard to connect with ......Read More
Categories: decadence, analogy, character, heart,
Form: Rhyme
...My name is Pérola, born among thorns beneath steely rocks By the great Bay, where its sons harvest fish for the government mint against their sweat The teacher points at my eye for its vile afloat ......Read More
Categories: decadence, character, confidence, courage, identity,
Form: Free verse
Indifference of the Different
...A gong sounds again Squalled with familiar war cries Bringing me on my feet again To pick the best tools, drop the fries One more bite and I’m the next casualty Picking military regalia, dress d......Read More
Categories: decadence, analogy, deep, introspection, perspective,
Form: Rhyme

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