Fencing Poems - Below
are popular examples of all types of fencing poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for fencing.
GOD DIRECTS US TOWARD HIS MISSION-WORK Categories: fencing, blessing, christian, faith, god, spiritual, Form: Rhyme
God directs us toward His mission-work through His command
While He ushers us by His prudent hand…
In obeying His mandate of sovereign demand
For our commitment to stand while building lives in the promised land.
God directs us toward His mission-work through His...Read More
The World In Masquerade Game Categories: fencing, games, mystery, world, Form: Free verse
In the world
There is not barbed wire fencing of romance,
not sterility of bull story,
not indigestible speech of life
There the independence is as the multiform mind
where changing comes daily
but, as the worsen jaundiced body
There despotic reign
writes by left hand
the forehead of...Read More
Halloween Moon Categories: fencing, halloween, moon, Form: Free verse
At the enthralled hour of All Hallow's Eve,
the night in frenzy clangour turns ghostly gray.
Billowing clouds slowly swirl in anger
round the formidable, full mysterious blood-red moon.
Ancient Blocks Categories: fencing, emotions, imagery, writing, Form: Narrative
Times you are amusing
Fencing off heads
Away from their ideas
Making breeze without the wind
Oftentimes you awful
Being mean and breaking wills
Spewing words without no thoughts
Making faces while freezing phrases
Othertimes you send your gaps
Inside thoughts and makeshift phrases
Making one frenzy
I am One of Those Categories: fencing, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, cat, Form: Narrative
I am one of those. At one time I had eighteen dogs.
None from the same litter. I neuter and spay my animals.
Here is the thing. I am an elementary school counselor
And I cannot bring children home,
Even though I want to...Read More
THE BATTLE OF PRIVATE 1st CLASS DANIEL STROUTH-- Categories: fencing, adventure, analogy, destiny, mother son, soldier, violence, Form: Free verse
I stuck a needle in my eye- I cried,
the soldier stuck a sword, in my heart nearly died.
Our fencing duo, our battle stride,
Each step I countered I led in pride.
I stuck a needle in my eye- I'm blind.
Falling to...Read More
IMPALE ME-- Categories: fencing, analogy, appreciation, devotion, forgiveness, Form: Free verse
Father my Heraldry to charge;
You're a shield, my shield...O' God
And you impaled me;
With your two coats of arms;
Placed side by side;
Father, you often fall by on, you impaled me;
Father, you pierce me with a sharp instrument,
Your Son Jesus has impaled...Read More
Roll Credits, A Sawtooth Categories: fencing, hyperbole, Form: I do not know?
The reality be told, it was not long past
Flabbergast by an unfold from my minds vague vast
In the reflections of the accounts of my youth
As several echo’s formed claiming to be truth
Must be fabricated. They’re so over the top...Read More
We Didn't Know Categories: fencing, family, farm, Form: Rhyme
Dad had threatened for some time to reclaim the land behind the shed,
where rubbish over many years, had stockpiled but now instead
of being easy to be shifted; blackberries, docks and thistles grow,
entwining history of ours - and you know we...Read More
THE OLD MAN, 'BANDITO' Categories: fencing, 12th grade, africa, america, character, military, war, Form: Acrostic
Georgie by some, Blood and Guts by others,
Each badge, sister Nita always honors,
Olympics of 1912, he entered,
Running and fencing what made him preferred
George made General in 1940,
Elevated twice in one month only,
Piloted to deploy his armory,
Africa’s push seen as a...Read More
We Will Never Understand Love As Death Categories: fencing, fear, love, Form: Free verse
Love will always
mark itself out in the local of our eye,
our local is a lie.
our love has crossed oceans,
bent the bend of a horizon
thousands of times over
the head we have of it.
our local is our meaning,
our value held to...Read More
Ode to a Tree Categories: fencing, earth, earth day, introspection, nature, science, tree, Form: Ode
See that grand majestic old tree.
He or she, inhales, carbon dioxide and breathes out:
Now for us humans, life given clean oxygen.
Stout roots run deep, holding God's earth.
Also, with you, we were taught our first lesson.
Animals take shelter upon...Read More
Extra-Curricular Categories: fencing, childhood, Form: Rhyme
Tae Kwon Do, gymnastics,
Swimming, piano and ballet,
Music, baseball, fencing,
An activity a day.
Such a far cry from my youth -
If mem'ry is my guide,
When school was done, we had a snack
And met our friends outside.
On skates or bikes we got...Read More
microsoft dictation poem part two Categories: fencing, age, allegory, allusion, america, analogy, Form: Concrete
microsoft dictation poem part two
When to the house
and your lunch
had a good lunch
when the two D. Meyer
we are only eight at the red cross
to the I had a BLT
center with each 10 home...Read More
Open Field Feeling Badly Categories: fencing, anger, farm, nature, Form: Personification
I am raging mad. Wishing I had hot molting killing lava to pour on that ugly human in the funny clothes who violated me yesterday. Feeling a thrill thinking of the pain he would have felt yesterday when he was...Read More
Lusting Abyss, his Darkness Categories: fencing, love, peace, people, places, woman, Form: Rhyme
Lusting Abyss, his Darkness.
Darkness is he, soulless totally
It's abyss he commands, desiring what he sees
In front of him stands a virgin, pure as the driven snow
For white he knows it is, upon she his darkness will show
Long haired and silken...Read More
the wind crys freedom Categories: fencing, art, Form: Free verse
against the immense triumph there is freedom
shaped by the mire of fencing at its best
most of life is but a test
tragedy in its commodity
we travels so far not to turn back now
can't turn around when your hands to the plough
NOT PERFECT Categories: fencing, 1st grade, africa, Form: Free verse
God, my life is an open book and you wrote it
I am sticking to your script, sometimes am overly neurotic
But I pray you give me a sign
My ways are so dark, give me a sun
I am too blind...Read More
Categories: fencing, emotions, passion, Form: Free verse
I am On Fire For Poetry Soup Right Now Categories: fencing, friendship love, how i feel, identity, introspection, Form: Free verse
I know this may surprise some of you.
It’s not going to surprise my besties.
But for others,
Let me be the bearer of a
Little surprise nugget of
I am OBSESSIVE COMPULSIVE.
Some of my obsessions are:
Have as many grandchildren as I can, as...Read More
Curiosity's Possession Categories: fencing, bereavement, butterfly, childhood, freedom, loss, sad love, Form: Rhyme
Without fencing, she tended her vegetable garden.
An openness rested in an unknown place.
A fragrant, floral scent rendered her pardon,
as well as a monarch butterfly's chase.
His wings so free, a challenge for seizing,
her legs took off beyond the unexplored.
He held a...Read More
Ring fencing Initiative Categories: fencing, adventure, appreciation, best friend, blessing, celebration, change, Form: Imagism
Do you feel like you are are bound up in red tape and rules,
That are strangling your initiative,
Do you feel like you are wearing a straight jacket,
That makes bending the rules even a little a danger to your wellbeing.
Virtual Reality Categories: fencing, cheer up, discrimination, imagery, society, stress, Form: Free verse
That which I've been told
Has come to mean
A different role
You speak to me
As if I'm not there
The ghost in the belltower
The wind in your hair
But I stand here as witness
To the carnage that unfolds
In the wake of words...Read More
SHAPES IN THE CLOUDS Categories: fencing, angel, beautiful, color, creation, write, Form: Prose
I see two lovers kissing, one face missing,
a barking dog, a fallen log, a wheel cog,
a brandy glass, balloons like someone's arse
change shape when all things come to pass.
Pilgrim's progress, perspective roads, spotty toads,
a fencing match, someone smoking a pipe,
Wood Categories: fencing, freedom, Form: Free verse
I don’t know which part of me
I have come to fear
but the clash bang of the hammer
resounds within my ear
All my enemies they beset me
and in the flicker of TV’s gaze
I can feel the cold chill whistling
breathing from a thousand...Read More