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Didactic Poems

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List of Didactic Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
SWANKY DOO WOOP Allan Terry Didactic music,
I NEED GOD Beata Agustin Didactic christian, devotion, faith, god,
Premium Member Poem What Am I john freeman Didactic blessing,
there to lose or there to find David Smith Didactic anxiety, blessing, celebration, character,
Return To The Womb Earl Schumacker Didactic adventure, appreciation, beautiful, birth,
2019: Killshot Mark Frank Didactic destiny, education, love,
Your Chapter does Not End Mark Frank Didactic love,
Thanksgiving Matthew Anish Didactic history, thanksgiving,
Give them a chance to join a team with a future David Smith Didactic adventure, birthday, blessing, care,
The Sound of Autumn Charlie Way Didactic analogy, autumn, philosophy,

Guard Your Heart and Invest in Someone who is Safe to Love
by Mark Frank
Get the toxic pressure off from your heart
You don’t need that tragic weight of lies
Guard your heart and
Invest in someone who is safe to love
As...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: education, encouraging, love,

To the Older Teachers: I Will Be Me
by Mark Frank
I put my talent on the line
I will not allow you to destroy my shine
All I do is win with a humble heart
Isn’t that the...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: education, endurance,

The Virtually Perfect Family
by VIJAI PANT
Placid waters
Boat, mildly rocking
Cheerful faces
Picture perfect snaps
Posted on social sites
Flattering comments
‘Wonderful family’
Flashback
Happy memories
Happy?
Nay!
Last ditch effort
At calming
Inside turmoil
Save marriage
Children’s sake
Alas!
Unbridgeable difference
Between 
‘Perfect family outing’
And 
‘Not so...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: family,

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Outdated Words
by Maurice Rigoler
Outdated Words

I note with annoyance how when a word
loses its original sense it sounds absurd.
For example, if in an earlier time
you were found guilty of...

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The Value of one Man's Genius
by Maurice Rigoler

Samuel Jonson was of corpulent size.
A playwright, a poet, and a keen scholar
he was England’s first lexicographer
and, by-the-way, the first to standardize 
english spelling, making...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: humor,

List For Today
by Earl Schumacker
Set goals that are reasonable
Reach them with the ladder of invisibility
Pet your dog and cat in equal proportion
Remember they are pets (They require petting)
Believe in...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: animal, appreciation, day, education,

Pleasure
by Jessica Thompson
To give oneself
To share with others...
A sensual  expression.




11/5/2018...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: longing, lust, sensual,

To those Younger Teachers: Do Not Let Your Age fool You
by Mark Frank
Around thirty and you think you can insult me
Social media like WhatsApp 
Giving young teachers an outlet in secret! 
Talking about me and
You are hoping...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: conflict, destiny, devotion, education,

Create your future from your future and not your past
by Mark Frank
The weather in our lives will always change
The seasons bring the shift we need
So that we can feed off any situation
Even in the face of...

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A Man and a Woman May be Good but Stupid
by Mark Frank
A man and a woman may be good but stupid so
Do not play cupid with good things but always
Do the right thing and you will...

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People who devalue us do not determine our value
by Mark Frank
“Some people are mad at you because you are not suffering the way they expected you to…”

You only see what your eyes want to see
But...

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Our Love went Nowhere Fast
by Mark Frank
My love for her came fast and furious
But we went nowhere fast
Often a relationship that starts fast ends fast!
Like a nova we dissipated
Our hearts were...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: dark,

ADESEWA
by Speare Earth Poetry




Created in the image of Òrisa and Olorun eleda
Visage brighter than Moremi's memories. 
Gifted the body of a voluptuous goddess,
For fear, Mortal men trembled at...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: africa, birth, death, deep,

your country needs you
by gate low
your country needs you 26.10.18

the days are drawing
so is the BB couplet
decision is purely on boring
akeem to go from triplet.
cian has been consistent
not sticking out...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: addiction, allah, analogy, animal,

For 12C: Writing My Final Examination
by Mark Frank
A weight is upon me
My purpose has reached its climax but
It is just the beginning

My first paper is placed on the table in October 
For...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: destiny, education,

Torment of the mind: Part Two
by Wardah Ahmed
Everything in the past that could get her down
Plays in her mind to the sound
Of sweet torture.
It's a scorcher
Like the burning suns rays on a...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: peace, perspective, power, psychological,

Ego is the anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity
by Mark Frank
I surrounded myself with someone that was beautiful
But soon I saw how her ego became
The anesthesia that deadens the pain of stupidity!
It is now clear...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: inspiration, lost love, wisdom,

Snakes want to lay down with me
by Mark Frank
Snakes want to lay down with me
Snakes want to taste my flavour
But I know the real value of their behaviour
Snakes want to cuddle with me
But...

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RHINECARTE
by Allan Terry
IT WAS LOOKED AT AS A SMUDGE IN THE FACE OF THE ESTABLISHMENT
WHEN THEY BOUGHT IN THE TITLE THEY SAID IT REPRESENTED THE VEIWS
AND VALUES...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: business, emotions, feelings,

I love my connection to the dogs - Mark 7:28
by Anil Deo
I 
Walking to my car from "Food Lion," I prayed as a truck passed:
For the dog that barked ... begged for love of Jesus ...
"LORD,...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: analogy, animal, appreciation, bible,