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Guilty Poems - Poems about Guilty

Guilty Poems - Examples of all types of poems about guilty 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 guilty.
Guilty Pleasure And Her Sharp Temptress
...I dream about her, Grasping onto her slender hips- Of silicone or plastic, Gently kissing her lips- Parting an opening in me, I watch as she drags herself down- Leaving those lovely, lovely red......Read More
Categories: guilty, addiction, desire, extended metaphor,
Form: Free verse

Europe' cold heart
...Europe's cold heart Evening storm, brown leaves, torn torn lose from the mother tree blows heather and dither, if lucky, lands huddled in a backyard corner I think of Macron, yes him, the pr......Read More
Categories: guilty, absence, anger, angst,
Form: Blank verse
...My heart's torn apart Not by any, but by me, The worst deceiver.......Read More
Categories: guilty, heartbreak, heartbroken, philosophy, poems,
Form: Senryu
Young Carers
...Tender hands ,soft cheeks ... setting the table with food, made by their little hands, caressing the hair of their mom, while wiping the corners of the mouth, gently feeding their mom the deli......Read More
Categories: guilty, appreciation, children, mother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Quest for Prey
... Written: December 07, 2023 _______________________________________ Awful rumors arose on a rainy day at twilight. Dwelling in darkness, guilty of stealing light. D......Read More
Categories: guilty, analogy, appreciation, care, memory,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Weakness Son, it Lives in the Eyes
...Feel the fear rushing through your pulse I'm sure it's nothing like the pain I was forced to endure I'm sure it's nothing but a misplaced heart beat Like what happens when you're lying But I'm......Read More
Categories: guilty, corruption, introspection, perspective, repetition,
Form: Free verse
...I drag the blade, the red liquid flowing down. It feels nice, but only in the moment. I hide the knife, pull my sleeve down, covering what I did. “Why do I feel guilty?” I wanted this. I wan......Read More
Categories: guilty, cry, depression, hurt, mental
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Facing the Guillotine
...The prior king with no good reason Guilty of commiting treason His circumstance so seldom seen Is facing now the guillotine Things needed to prevent our fall Are laws that should affec......Read More
Categories: guilty, political,
Form: Rhyme
...upon that wetland moor the soil sodden and poor people barely survive never a chance to thrive in God they trust and pray that things improve one day and rid them of their pain by helping t......Read More
Categories: guilty, money,
Form: Rhyme
Lied with Long Nose that Grows Horn Haiku
...when case came to close Trump lied with long nose that grows guilty we suppose my poems may be crude rather than having been rude you became unglued could be contagious always was advantag......Read More
Categories: guilty, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Echoes of a Silent Night: The Christmas Miracle of 1914
...In a hellish nightmare pit, soldiers stand... Along the Western Front's cruel, jagged land, Where blood and tears paint the earth's sad lore, They mourn their fallen with bitter taste, hearts torn......Read More
Categories: guilty, christmas, friendship, hope, love,
Form: Narrative
...Contest Name: Pick-A-Title, Vol 40 Sponsor: Edward Ibeh Date Written: November 29, 2023 Attacked by Janus-faced complexity My mind responds with functionality To present either she......Read More
Categories: guilty, blessing, character, christian, faith,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member There's More That Falls Below the Iceberg
...Does my head in the guillotine promptly paint me guilty? My last meal, a full plate of your golden excuses But any attention means so much to me We’re going in circles, But feel free to say yo......Read More
Categories: guilty, absence, extended metaphor, friend,
Form: Free verse
The Great Catching Away part one
..."Hey Ray," shouted Jason, "After all of this time do you still believe that the return of Jesus Christ is still very imminent?" "Hey Jason," replied Ray, "You used to believe that too, what on......Read More
Categories: guilty, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Prose
To Be
...To be I’m so unsure my name should be ambiguous I reach for things I can’t see with my oculus I try to grow into who I am Or who I was? Or who I’m supposed to be? I’m not sure if I’m bein......Read More
Categories: guilty, change, fate, growth, happiness,
Form: Free verse

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