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Genetic Poems - Poems about Genetic

Genetic Poems - Examples of all types of poems about genetic 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 genetic.
Elusive ephemeral ethereal expansive eye I witness timelessness
...Elusive ephemeral ethereal expansive eye (I) witness timelessness Analogous to Möbius strip - measured passage of existence seems to defy any beginning or end (unless Artificial Intelligence s......Read More
Categories: genetic, absence, africa, animal, birth,
Form: Free verse

...And of everything We have created pairs;perhaps you will take heed. And of everything We have created pairs,that you may remember. And all things We have created by pairs,that haply ye may reflect.......Read More
Categories: genetic, allah, atheist, books, islamic,
Form: Bio
Premium Member A Once Upon a Time Dream
... A long long time ago (even not so long ago it sometimes seems), I used to have what I perceived to be nice, practical dreams. Not many of my biggest dreams ever did come true, but there wa......Read More
Categories: genetic, dream,
Form: Couplet
Greek Philosopher Anaximander
...Greek Philosopher Anaximander proposed that all life began in the sea.Allah"made from water every living thing"And We created from water every living thing.Darwin did not know genetics. He also ......Read More
Categories: genetic, africa, age, allah, bible,
Form: Tazkira
Reflections upon mine gender identity redux
...Reflections upon mine gender identity redux Although heterosexual predilections punctuated physiological pulsations about five inches below innie belly button of mine showcasing undersize ......Read More
Categories: genetic, age, analogy, anxiety, atheist,
Form: Free verse

Relatively Speaking
...Bless them all, I love them dearly With all of their imperfections They are a reflection of myself - Ironic genetic selections (Posted for Mothers Day 14th May in New Zealand)......Read More
Categories: genetic, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Melancholy
...A mist of grey enters through the gate, stealing color from the rose. The leaves and skies a darker shade when invited to enter its gloom. The tears one sheds, welcome malaise, ......Read More
Categories: genetic, depression, pain, sad,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member with a cat lying on my lap
... with a cat lying on my lap a sough whispers in the trees as a summer day begins fading the tiger lilies below bend as if trumpeting a musical for ears yet to come into existence evaporating t......Read More
Categories: genetic, introspection, pets, philosophy, science,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Morgan Le Fay
... Morgan Le Fay, born in England, becomes a priestess and a leader of the sixth century cult called Darkhold. Later turns into the supervillain of Marvel Comics and the nemesis of the original B......Read More
Categories: genetic, fantasy, magic,
Form: Free verse
Inevitable death defines afterlife - deux
...Inevitable death defines afterlife - deux Flinty stones figuratively rolling inside whooping out that primal binaural beat of your drum ma mind haphazardly ricocheting axon to neuron induci......Read More
Categories: genetic, absence, allah, angel, atheist,
Form: Rhyme
By George burning hard, I Shaw tried to playwright
...By George (burning hard), I Shaw tried to playwright offers his unsolicited tidbits as scene courtesy the following virtually staged philosophical insight. Arch back like a professional......Read More
Categories: genetic, adventure, age, angel, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
Matthew O' Harris Ease A FAKE Irishman
...Matthew O' Harris Ease A "FAKE" Irishman Since adopting the guise of Norwegian bachelor farmer, I may as well fabricate genetic stock lock, and barrel linkedin to Celtic legend. Sentimentali......Read More
Categories: genetic, adventure, america, anniversary, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ABUSE
...ASSAULT BRUTALITY UGLY SAVAGE EVIL Why are there abusers? Why do some people abuse? Are they born without feelings? So have yet to learn how others feel. How can they ever learn? If, fr......Read More
Categories: genetic, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Soft Tissue Attached
... After thousands of years due to global ice melt in the permafrost my carcass has been unearthed. Not surprisingly I was hairy and proto-Slavic. Some idiot named me ‘Derick Specimen 974.2’,......Read More
Categories: genetic, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Streets of Waste
...Addiction takes on many disguises You feel left alone with your own vices Yet, you don’t think there is a problem Which is the problem you can’t see Once your family was willing to hel......Read More
Categories: genetic, addiction, dad, dark, drug,
Form: Rhyme

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