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Full Poems - Poems about Full

Full Poems - Examples of all types of poems about full 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 full.
Premium Member Confidence
...“You gain strength, courage, and confidence by every experience in which you really stop to look fear in the face. You are able to say to yourself, 'I have lived through this horror. I can take the n......Read the rest...
Categories: full, confidence, growth, self,
Form: Rhyme



Water
...She quenches our thirst, cleanses our bodies and soothes our soul. She nurtures our crops so that we may sleep with full bellies. Ever accommodating, she gracefully manoeuvres herself to fill......Read the rest...
Categories: full, appreciation, beauty, imagery, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Charismatic Concerto
... In bejeweled jade landscape the topaz terrain rolls on wondrous waves, undulating with the sculpted panorama of pristine cadence, entrenches in earthen frame the sprawling shape of a ......Read the rest...
Categories: full, analogy, beautiful, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member she is power climbing
...She is on some kind of power climb I was told I stared up and up and up and up What if she falls? Will she land in a heap? Will she shatter into six pieces? Would her legs come off? I am startle......Read the rest...
Categories: full, woman,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Lorenzo
...Uncooked grains of rice caked our apartment. Dug themselves into my pliable plantar aspect I welcomed you from the bottom of my being, Into my soul, A friend that made me feel whole. You dreamt ......Read the rest...
Categories: full, death of a friend,
Form: Free verse



At the Crux
...4/8/24 Aww shucks Still at the crux In a state of flux With reality still out of touch I've been puzzled much So I smoke a couple blunts That's a double dutch From dawn to dusk I turned my......Read the rest...
Categories: full, dark, deep, life, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Anomie
...~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ So this is what they call anomie? A grayness, A blank, All things devoid of beauty? When the eternal arms, Have left me to my own devices, To toil in ......Read the rest...
Categories: full, brother, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Castles In The Air
... Quote: Do you ever wonder why we build castles in the air? Perhaps, it's to soften the blow of a harsh world that never seems to slide nor adjust to our individual expectations. Ever......Read the rest...
Categories: full, appreciation, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Darkness and Light
...Darkness & Light There was a light I used to see, That I pursued till I was down on my knees. I hoped some day I would reach it's warmth, As the years passed on, I just felt harmed. There wa......Read the rest...
Categories: full, conflict, emotions,
Form: Free verse
After The Flood
...After the flood came a new beginning Of building a world full of meaning Of growing love that last a lifetime Of raising friendships that shine everytime Every being were given their chance......Read the rest...
Categories: full, bible, history,
Form: Rhyme
My Name
...My name was picked by my mother Shared with brother, changed by grandmother, leaving me to uncover the truth from another Not her so I suffered My name means Honesty, Sacrificer, and Admirer. Th......Read the rest...
Categories: full, appreciation, family,
Form: Rhyme
Programming The Subconscious
...Looking upon intelligence too long can just depress, an honest mind figures out quick it’s not amongst the best. The range of them is just so vast, the unique mind so rare, you try to see what ......Read the rest...
Categories: full, creation, humanity, inspiration, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Recipe for Beauty
...Recipe for Beauty To Whom it May Concern, (I'm thinking God…but others say Mother Nature is to blame. Still others believe Evolution,but to 'You’, just the same…) At risk of sounding a ‘know-......Read the rest...
Categories: full, anti bullying, beauty, confidence,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Grandma's Stories
...Grandma's Stories “Can I tell a tale? Well sit.I'm going to. Pull up a chair, or on the floor that will do. I'm elderly now as things are reckoned, and i may forget the story in the next second.......Read the rest...
Categories: full, age, family, funny, grandmother,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member they kind of look like witches
...They kind of look like witches. I stared at the four. They looked dour, morose, somber, One of them looked real sore. Why do they call them the broom sisters? I asked the girl. Maybe because i......Read the rest...
Categories: full, women,
Form: Rhyme

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