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Mystery Iambic Pentameter Poems

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


Premium Member Christmas Eve Mystery
Christmas Eve Mystery


The sun had set, and it was Christmas Eve.
Dear Santa finished up and packed the sleigh;
made sure his Reindeer were geared up to...

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Categories: christmas, mystery,



Premium Member Again--and Again--and Again
		I was just ten or twelve when I first saw
		him standing in the doorway of my room.
		I was awake--or so I thought. Each time
		he paralyzed...

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Categories: childhood, fear, night,

A Quiet Storm
     A quiet storm is raging in my head
The mangled thoughts, they churn out of control
     Confusion...

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Categories: confusion, depression, lost love,

Premium Member My Immortal Soul

	I’m gloriously blessed. My soul, when free,
	will be in Heaven for eternity.
	The Lord has promised immortality;
        His Holy...

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Categories: faith, god, heaven, jesus,

The Ancient Bitch Of Days, for Chad Bittner Hurt
It stood a while, alone, the perfect phrase
Entire and beautiful upon the stage
As lovely as two words could ever be
‘Till came the muse, the ancient...

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Categories: inspiration, muse, mystery, mythology,

Premium Member Monsieur L'Vampyre and the Dark Lady
   MONSIEUR L'VAMPYRE & THE DARK LADY
Just south of Paris, lives the soul of me,
at my chateau, where few will ever see,
I'm compensated...

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Categories: horror, paris, passion,

The Scarlet Rose
To love one so fair, is but a mystery to me,
To be able to charish someone, Tis' a fantasy.
Her hair as autumn as the sunrise,...

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Categories: analogy, deep, god, inspiration,

Premium Member The Hidden Stone
The Hidden Stone

Mossy vines served as camouflage for
   the decaying headstone buried there below.  
A hidden stone that peeked from the earth...

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Categories: grave, mystery, tribute,

The Disenchanted Cottage
The Disenchanted Cottage

There was a clearing in the wood where once a charming cottage stood.
It was a dark and dismal land, a barren place of...

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Categories: family, mystery,

The Work: Summer Solstice, Avebury
Across the land this morn, a roll of light 
Gave birth to shadows, cast from chalky hills
The larks ascended, sang away the night
Vibrated sky to...

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Categories: love, mystery, mythology, nature,

Premium Member The Rose
The Rose


Dear Dad…I plucked a crimson rose that lay
upon your grave, as icy rain fell down
and joined my warm, wet tears that winter day.
Unto my...

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Categories: death, god, mystery,

Spirit's Journey
Spirit’s Journey 
I’m sailing on the sea upon a sunbeam; 
I’m hovering on a cloud that’s made of snow; 
I’m flying on an asteroid round...

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Categories: deep, heaven, universe,

Forest of Song
A candle is lit in the forest of song,
Where the witches come out in the glen;
And the nightingales dance,
As if in a trance,
All watched by...

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Categories: earth, imagination, tree,

Premium Member Famous Last Line
I hate it that you don't like what I write
You'd think at least one time I'd get it right
I get first place with others, never...

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Categories: community, conflict, funny,

The Curious Offering of the Sacristan
My verse has been chosen as Poem of the Month at Sherborne Abbey!

The curious offerings of sacristans
Are given in obscure humility
The symbol of the cupping...

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Categories: blessing, god, mystery, psychological,

Premium Member Mythology - The Gods Must Be Crazy
Gods of mythology from long ago,
commanded humans act within their law
or else there might be punishment, and so
man worshiped, followed, never to withdraw.

These gods ruled...

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Categories: anger, god, mythology, universe,

The Solstice Door
The light is coming and I wish you well...

Behind the running, running man the land
Lies silent, fallow, haunted by the cry
Of one lone mourning rook...

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Categories: life, light, mystery, mythology,

Satire and The Soul
I've been a bit free with the vitriol with a couple of poems recently, and need to check myself.  Some months ago I met...

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Categories: judgement, mystery, poets, psychological,

New Frontiers


There are things in life that we understand
With our limited human insight
In time, our knowledge range may expand
And things, once obscure, may then come to...

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Categories: beauty, nature, science, truth,

Premium Member The Train Ride
I feel so grand this special day in June
While waiting at the station for my ride
Aboard the new steam engine coming soon
To take me to...

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Categories: journey, travel,