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End Poems - Poems about End

End Poems - Examples of all types of poems about end 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 end.
Premium Member What Happened to Merry?
...I ordered a sandwich in a corner cafe. I remember like it was only yesterday, How my close friend solemnly bowed his head to say, “Something has happened to Merry.” When the subject came up, he......Read the rest...
Categories: end, mystery,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member That Was Then; This Is Now
...We'd look up at the stars on summer nights, connecting with the universe somehow. And we'd camp out away from city lights, two best friends living on the edge of wow. The world was our ......Read the rest...
Categories: end, angst, anxiety, boy, change,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Breathless Anticipation
... at the tail-end of a question, intense suspense builds, and builds... about to reach its climax and explode like a tossed grenade......Read the rest...
Categories: end, allusion, analogy, anxiety, desire,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Manipulative Monsters
...Believe it or not, their ubiquitous webs Are everywhere; they are the dictators Who kidnap, maim, torture and kill teachers, Poets, ordinary folks and babies in their cribs. They rob and ransack ......Read the rest...
Categories: end, animal, anti bullying, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
Me
...The battlefield is filled with blood, Washing the whole field like an ocean that will never end, My comrades kill to defend themselves, I kill to survive My enemies watching my steps, ......Read the rest...
Categories: end, age, angst, anxiety, care,
Form: Free verse



Only one Dylan Murphy
...Murphy you always had the biggest smile, Heartbreaking to hear its goodbye for a while, You put up a good fight, right til the end, Such a lovely boy, and a good friend, Haggot heast was your bes......Read the rest...
Categories: bereavement, friend, memorial,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member These Silly And Shameful Faults
...Being so awfully insecure among confident people seems ridiculous and brittle; I'm very humble by nature, it will not take me anywhere: I'll end up gathering crumbs! I'm too stubborn, stil......Read the rest...
Categories: end, abuse, betrayal, character, conflict,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member A Special Lady
...I have walked miles and spent days trying to find that one special lady who looks at me and has chemistry; secretive affairs are quite worthless! Oh, a special lady can make me feel Heaven wit......Read the rest...
Categories: end, anxiety, beauty, desire, fear,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member One Man’s Opinion
... One Man’s Opinion Miracle Man 4/16/2024 Fueled by illegals, who invade our borders. Are they seeking a chance, or to become resource hoarders? Their dogmas are hurrying, Americas ......Read the rest...
Categories: end, how i feel,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member REVISITING THE CEMETERY IN THE HEART
... When a friend of ours dies…who in our life has played a part it is with the deepest sorrow we add thier tombstone to the cemetery in our heart. Why her? Why him? Why now? We asked ourselves as ......Read the rest...
Categories: end, death,
Form: Rhyme
Sonnet to the Empty Grave - a Spenserian sonnet
... The love of God is a priceless blessing An affection mightier than fire Empty grave; the saints, forever singing To die for me was his greatest desire Shall I liken Christ to any desire? The......Read the rest...
Categories: end, mystery, religious, thanksgiving,
Form: Sonnet
Nocturn of the Alone
...Drifting in silence, no haven in sight, Alone in the crowd, under the pale moonlight. Whispers of home, now ghosts in the wind, A solitary journey, with no beginning or end. Love's sweet chorus, ......Read the rest...
Categories: end, angst, deep, desire, hurt,
Form: Free verse
In the hall destined for silence, where no word incarnates into awakening
...In the hall destined for silence, where no word incarnates into awakening, A desolate abode, where the heart rests free and in falling. Torn tears flow, rivers of troubled and sluggish melancholy, ......Read the rest...
Categories: end, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
When we think of adoption
...When we think of adoption, We seldom see it through the eyes of a child, Too often blinded by our own egos, Too often carried away on cloud nine, Expectations galore, Plans already in place, O......Read the rest...
Categories: end, age, analogy, appreciation, august,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member NO RED LIGHT DO WE SEE
...What reckless joyride we humans are on, For we know not what greets us at the end. With brain-washed minds we need not comprehend. So in ignorance we just speed along. We tell ourselves all’s wel......Read the rest...
Categories: end, destiny,
Form: Sonnet

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