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Dark Heroic Couplets Poems

These Dark Heroic Couplets poems are examples of Heroic Couplets poems about Dark. These are the best examples of Heroic Couplets Dark poems written by international poets.

Peeks, Slopes and portholes
Red throne, ambitious and they shout more fire!
So I had to ignite my spirit even though
At times I'm cold, and life be like an ocean,...

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Categories: allegory, art, image, inspirational,

I never been to a place called Rome,
And to know what Romans do at home,

And I thought that Spring was everywhere,
Yet, England claims that 'tis...

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Categories: analogy, education, humor, image,

The Answer to Complaint Part 6
If this fair flower blossom not, The bulbul will not sing,
Nor rose-buds make the garden smile welcoming in the spring;
If he is not the saki,...

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Categories: allah, faith,

The Answer to Complaint Part 5
In Life’s old garden nations lived who all its fruits enjoyed,
While others longed in vain, while some the winter blasts destroyed;
Its trees are legion; some...

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Categories: allah, faith,

Listen to the river cane shifting in the wind
The black water twinkles under the moon's leering grin
Listen to the whisper of the sycamores rustling low

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Categories: dark, myth, river, sensual,

Borodino part 2 by Mikhail Lermontov
And when the sky turned light and rosy
All started fussy fast and noisy,
Line by the line had shown.
Our colonel’s born as dashing fellow,
Tsar’s servant; dad...

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Categories: anger, courage, fire, military,

A Tribute To Police Officer
Each day is a new day for the Police 
Looking around protecting and serving the public
 With a smile and politeness
They guard us from deadly...

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Categories: patriotic, drug, integrity,

One Way Out
She is standing there, in the small kitchen
While far away her husband is fishing.
Despairing tears fall down her gentle face
How could she have brought upon...

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Categories: dark, love, murder,

You and me we've met before
Without thinking we opened Love's door
Time stood still light illuminated dark
Heaven bequeathed an undeniable spark

A fiery reunion of the ages

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© Jamie Yost  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: betrayal, break up, conflict,

With the Nepotism in my planet, essentially in my land, life compels
And factual morals are forgotten. Ancestors way of living are forbidden
By the rules we...

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Categories: anger, betrayal, celebration, conflict,

Im still in overwhelming awe and fascination of this young man.

The pioneer of modern Tamil poetry they describe,

But he is simply a perfectly righteous insane...

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Categories: inspirational,

The Blood Stained Bridge
Into the timeless wood he fled, running from the night
While demons of his past gave chase beneath the pale moonlight
The man dressed in soiled rags,...

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Categories: allegory,

Twice Born
A gentile man of vivid dreams oft apt to walk at night
Followed where his feet would lead under the pale moon light
When chance he did...

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Categories: allegory, bird, dark, moon,

Dark Angel
I have once flown in the clouds. 
Helping people then been blacked out. 
The world has changed my wings are black.
Lost all hope need to...

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© Jack Reed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: angel, confusion, corruption,

Jesus my Liberator
Given the truth will lead you into all truth                ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, faith, religion, truth,


His little dark street
Is at home in the silky cobweb;
His little dark street
Is only loud in the missionaries’ prayers,
It elicits a gaze in...

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Categories: faith, christmas, death, beautiful,


Blood starts drippin’ from the soldier’s wound
Seeps like sewage ‘neath the politician’s room

Deep in the house, white fades to red
And the freedom we’re fighting for...

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Categories: adventure

Public Warrant
Joplin Missouri, May 22, 2011

It came out of the western sky they say
In darkest dark before the morning day
The wind, then rain, then calm, then...

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Categories: natural disastershouse, work, people,

fathers rights
Fathers for Justice you are not alone
I feel your pain alone
With many others
Any of us can fold
If there be trouble let it be in my...

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Categories: children, hope, philosophy, song-

I creep silently through the night
keeping my prey in my sights.
The urge to feel you is almost too much
all I think about is you and...

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Categories: angst, death, fantasyme,