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Discourse Poems - Poems about Discourse

Discourse Poems - Examples of all types of poems about discourse 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 discourse.
Premium Member Spring Sonata
... Written: Mars 1st, 2024 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Spring sonata serenades a zest of love bloom Daffodils dance, tulips swing, birds sing and fly Azure sky, brillia......Read More
Categories: discourse, appreciation, love, spring,
Form: Free verse



the richest man in the world
...The richest man, in the world To be at the top of a trade or business must be a burden that also goes for famous artists I'm thinking of a man so wealthy he can buy anything he desires, is th......Read More
Categories: discourse, abuse, age, best friend,
Form: Blank verse
Upon approaching advent of an early spring 2024
...Upon approaching advent of an early spring 2024 (alternately titled GENESIS RESPLENDENT) No matter the calendrical/official onset of vernal equinox takes places Tuesday, Mar 19, 2024 and transpi......Read More
Categories: discourse, 12th grade, animal, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
PRIVATIZED
...Our nation is being privatized By selfish politicians Who are manipulating us And their hate filled cries. The question becomes a stark why We ask the dark unwise Driving us to laced dimes Or ......Read More
Categories: discourse, corruption, meaningful, patriotic, visionary,
Form: Free verse
TRANSPARENT SOCIETY
...Upon the vast expanse of blank parchment, Unspoiled slabs of molding clay, They lay unfolded before me, As her earthly form once did sway. The quintet of horizons, Whirled in orbit around her ......Read More
Categories: discourse, culture, tribute,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Crossroad 24, Letter to America
... Dear America. My name is Common Sense. A few people still respect and utilize me, but in many if not most places, I am no longer welcome. Nevertheless, I beg of you to bear with me in thi......Read More
Categories: discourse, america, god,
Form: Personification
Doubt
...Does doubt enter our minds only when we are unsure about something when we think about something see something hear something or are told something that gives us pause do we learn to doub......Read More
Categories: discourse, muse,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Marina Melody Memories
... San Francisco Jazz Afternoons Carries me back to those special Sunday afternoons with you. The striped awning Jazz cafe, our very unique,ibel......Read More
Categories: discourse, beautiful, engagement, happiness, memory,
Form: Rhyme
back to normal
...Back to normal The festivities are over, and the morning news is about the war in Ukraine, we are told how successful their army is shooting down 13 drones and killing a Russian in a boat. Re......Read More
Categories: discourse, abuse, allah, analogy, animal,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Santa
...Santa and his reindeer Landed on my house Invading my tranquility Much larger than a mouse He didn’t have a gift for me Just was taking a short break From all his other rituals On Christmas......Read More
Categories: discourse, blessing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member God is Love
...What is this state that man calls Love? Not the same as our God above, for no resemblance does it bear, to the God we seek in our prayer. “God is Love”, the only true source. So, here’s the p......Read More
Categories: discourse, bible, creation, god, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bite of the Brine
... Bitter words linger— a salty residue dwells on, tongues' discourse.......Read More
Categories: discourse, words, writing,
Form: Monoku
Premium Member Harbors and Inlets
...Along the waterfront where the piano keys play, A harbor of echoes, where notes gently sway. Keys like ripples in a tranquil bay, A melody of inlets, where echoes stay. Frequencies murmur with ......Read More
Categories: discourse, boat, color, earth, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Drifting Sycophant
... THESE ARE OPEN(organic) VERSES using spaces&breaks without grammatical symbols, the ' open' relies upon 'the one breath limitation' (intuitive cadence)& so inherently requires the 'reader' (rec......Read More
Categories: discourse, analogy, bereavement, introspection,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Jews vs Palestinians - it must end
...Why this never ending hate Where impressionable young men swallow jaundiced bait, To kill and maim - all in the name of their one prophet, Unleashing burning mayhem with rocket after rocket. Ha......Read More
Categories: discourse, death, depression, forgiveness, racism,
Form: Quatrain

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