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Life Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Life Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Life. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Life poems written by international poets.


YOUNG ARE TRIED by Paula Larson
And who makes false the truth, in time
be it aggressors so complied
with tyranny that life does youth
their motives, while the young are tried!...

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Categories: confusion, for teens,

Premium MemberI Stand Here Now by Sandra Haight
I Stand Here Now


I stand here now...the winter of my life,
   amazed how fast its seasons quickly flew.
Just yesterday, those days were free...

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Categories: age, life, winter,



Between Jupiter and a Bottle by Mark Priestley
Torn between Jupiter and a bottle
The sky-borne heart, caught yearning for the stars,
Staggers, split and spitted upon the earth.
This is not what Love was spilt...

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Categories: imagery,

Premium MemberThere Are Days When by Sandra Haight

Oh, there are days when I still wonder why
     I'm here upon this place we call our Earth.
And, there are days...

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Categories: conflict, life, meaningful, thanks,

Inviting hills by Aniruddha Pathak
O to tune in to good times of childhood—
To re-live gone-by years, not just to brood,
To lighten dust-laden baggage’s dead tare,
To unburden mind of deadwood...

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Categories: childhood,

Premium MemberTo Albert Bandura: I Wish you Knew by Eileen Manassian
I wish you knew the depth of knowledge gained
How instrumental are your thoughts to me
Through teaching what I’ve learned, I have been trained
To revel in...

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Categories: tribute,

Premium MemberTHE SEASONS - Iambic Pentameter - Blank Verse by Mick Talbot
Winter
Winter glows, it's drifts, it's plains, soft and white.
It's cold belies a threat to all, fear it!
It's there come night or day death don't forget!
Wrap...

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Categories: iambic pentameter, autumn, spring, summer, water,

Premium MemberMy Mortal Muse My wife by Mick Talbot
To my love of nigh four decades of bliss,
I can't take you with me you've life to live,
live it, let love be your guide, be remiss!
So...

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Categories: iambic pentameter, freedom, love, muse, poetry,

Premium MemberOde to Six Lines by Mick Talbot
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To write six lines of smiles I'll find a treat,
for my best friend, nature, in spring, a joy!
Birds sing, bring cheer, new life, alleluia!
Small bird,...

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Categories: bird, joy, nature, song,

Premium MemberHollow Horror by Sandra Haight
You left your hollow horror buried deep...
a hollowness unfathomed as we think
about the impact that your strike would reap
and change the path of life in...

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Categories: death, earth, life,

A Great Mind by conor pullen
A great mind is a curse and a blessing, 
It is the engineer of furtherment;
Yet, it is loathed by its inheritor.

It begets its host a...

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Categories: deep, humanity, identity, smart,

Premium MemberIn Memory of You by Eileen Manassian
I didn't have a chance to say goodbye,
to let you know how dear you are to me
and though my chance is gone, I still will...

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Categories: death of a friend,

Premium MemberNo Epiphany Here by Bo Fothergill
At times life may seem soooo complicated,
But life can continue unabated.
Whilst the solution overlooked, the key,
Which often resides in simplicity.

For each, there is a path...

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Categories: change, future, growing up,

Surpassing Care by Morgan Kramer
Introducing myself with confidence,
Trusting to find something with potential.
Once again, the skeleton of a beat 
Soul.  life gingerly drawn from the spirit.

Our loyalty should...

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Categories: change, confidence, grief, hope,

Premium MemberThe Unseen Conflict by Eileen Manassian
The conflict that I’ll never let you see
Is one that rages here inside of me
I face the day and smile away the pain
Yet deep inside...

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Categories: conflict,

Premium MemberThe Classical Whisper by Probir Gupta
The tree is breezy you will come I know
The jasmine wind is waiting to greet you
The hands of the clock moving very slow
On the rose...

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Categories: imagery, life, love,

Painter's Last Walk by Evie CW
A Painter's Last Walk

Now you're all doing the last of the artful long endless walks
Does anyone ever know how much work while paintings do talks?

The...

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Categories: appreciation, art, passion, perspective,

A Lost Sense of Purpose by bill baggins
Long ago in the short-time lively spring
In the grassy plains of a small island
Came from nonexistence a young sapling 
Nurtured by the love of her...

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Categories: 12th grade, art, best

Premium MemberTrue Fate by Sandra Haight
How much of fate is shaped for us at birth;
   how much is figured to be circumstance?
A story now I share with you...

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Categories: fate,

Premium MemberFridays by Janice Canerdy
When I was young, my weekends started with
an after-supper bonus Friday nights—
soft drinks and candy bars. We watched one of
three channels while we relished these...

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Categories: career, family, time,