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Son Iambic Pentameter Poems

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

Premium Member Father
A tradesman’s son and temple secrets die
in sixty nine years, never knowing why.

Contempt delivered their first child perfect,
your childhood gauntlet galvanized neglect.

A mother’s son and...

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Categories: bible, childhood, christian, faith,

Painter's Last Walk
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?


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© Evie CW  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, art, passion, perspective,

The Photograph not Taken
The serpent whispered secrets in her ear,
Enticing Eve to eat forbidden fruit.
The tree was rank and rotten to the root,
When Adam thought their maker wouldn’t...

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© Ryan Brown  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 11th grade, bible, creation,

Dear Patient, Welcome to the asylum of your mind.
Let’s get rid of the boundaries to which you’re confined.
Let’s sit down and discuss your medical record:...

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Categories: confusion, mental illness,

Premium Member Being Disliked Means Nothing to a Bully---picture 3

Twelve-year-old Cliff was moaning in his sleep.
Again--bad dreams of Bob the Bruiser who
lived right next door. Bob was a thug, a creep
who picked on smaller...

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Categories: 6th grade, bullying,

Premium Member This Time of Year- For Jean Jack
I smiled at you as you sang Christmas song
you stood enthronged by others, bringing cheer
my heart was sad; it thought of all that's wrong
and why...

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Categories: loss, mother,

Blood and Envy: A Cautionary Christmas Poem
Blood and Envy - A Cautionary Christmas Poem
By Jude S. Walko 

Twas some time after All Hallows Eve.
The roof started to leak like a sieve.

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Categories: boy, christmas, father son,

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,

Premium Member The Immortal Bellow Thunders
A time of strong demands from noble Kings
Chosen; mentor “The One” altering things
Stood by his side wholly subservience
In day’s dusk end and bend to his...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fantasy, mentor, wisdom,

Premium Member Treasured Jewelry
I have her nineteen fifties' Trifari
     fine costume jewelry, which I hold dear,
since my sweet mom bequeathed it all to me;

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Categories: mother daughter, tribute,

Villainous Volcano
To be related to a volcano,
Groomed to stifle oceanic ember,
Doomed to love less, so fearful to love her,
The dragon is feared even in slumber,
It's beautiful...

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Categories: anger, angst, dad, family,

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 Pop's Death
He died so many years from old  Blue Ridge
That all we knew of roots were faded names
Renewed in happy tales and banjo songs
He carried...

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Categories: dad, death,

 Warning, this poem is dark. It is inspired by the  Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.

Gather around and hear of the strange day,
When three...

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© Del Higgs  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: dark,

Premium Member You Are
My symbol of a feral love you are
A molten searing flame that burns from far
The emblem of the best of bravery
A sign of strength and...

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Categories: beauty,

Premium Member My Father Was
My Father Was...
   He Made the Stars Hush

A simple man was he, one child of ten,
   who lived and worked the...

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Categories: dad, father, inspiration, life,

Premium Member My POTD
My Prayer of the Day

I’m broken Lord, I’ve come here now to pray
To beg forgiveness, for I’ve lost my way
I’ve done and said things, lived...

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Categories: prayer,

My Uncle Gladys
Have you heard about my renowned uncle, Gladys
Who by sexual makeup had an Aunt’s status.

Well, he or she, you can use whatever you want;
Like I...

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Categories: family, funny,

Precious Stones
Little boy with heavy pockets 
Make my eyes pop out their sockets.
Every stone your eyes find shiny,
Whether big, however tiny.
You swoop them up, your pockets...

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Categories: child, happy, love, memory,

The Pain Of Madame Lionell

Madame Lionell , sitting under a tree ,
asking God , the time of her free ,
the world being so wild ,
showing anger on the lady...

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Categories: baby, beauty, birth, child,