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Idiosyncrasy Poems - Poems about Idiosyncrasy

Idiosyncrasy Poems - Examples of all types of poems about idiosyncrasy 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 idiosyncrasy.
Don't Quit Your Daydream
...Don't quit your daydream. Let instead your daydream scream to the top of the skyline seam and radiate like a glorious light beam. Don't give up your fantasy. Let it bring you surge of ecst......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, dream,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member Oddly Gramophone
... Day-glo dewy chuck berry faded daffodils woodlark fluid warble emerald chorus & abash earth drowsy petrichor on parched earth fall mist lyrics of glyphs thrum in......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, analogy, appreciation, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Tree
... I remember the tree verdant in spring Those years stretched out could be filled with anything I had dreams of strong limbs and plenitude Thoughtfully give limbs for nest an......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, family,
Form: Couplet
cosmic rhythm
... she had a burning desire; an egocentric thrill. a need to disrupt the constancy of her life, to dramatically dissociate from conformity, and become the sole dweller of her universe. one that re......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Repositioning the Egg on Her Face
... Why did she think me 'peculiar' when 'odd' or 'strange' would do I imagine it's an idiosyncrasy ~ one that she never outgrew......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, language, relationship,
Form: Rhyme

... when your country again unlock the doors for me, and the laws are softened, when frontiers are franchised to my dreams, I will then come for you in your enchanted castle... I'll carry b......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, allegory, allusion, blessing, dream,
Form: Light Verse
... None word surely achieves the sense of pain and mirth... Dressed in truth, attempt to reach the sun, but with wax wings can'......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, allegory, allusion, extended metaphor,
Form: Free verse
... São Paulo is a long street that crosses Brazil with its "trade" infernal... Rio is a stage lit where the popcorn maker of corner, it's handle of samba and the m......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
Clocks ticking to politicking
...(Read later stanzas for more of the humour part ; parody of politics) I Can't think well of a democracy if nepotism and false promises are part and parcel of its idiosyncrasy A system of govern......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, international, parody, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member This 'Old Eyesore' Is Here To Stay --- we LOVE our pets
...This piece is a testimonial to the strong and unwavering love many of us tend to bestow upon our pets - been there - done this - Just the other day, while I was talking with a friend, a curious ......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, love, pets, uplifting,
Form: Verse
Premium Member eclectic idiosyncrasy
... when correct spelling eludes you write a different word stay true to the anarchy poetry form make it up as you go a haiku is just a Japanese limerick and a tad bit shorter conceived on delicate ......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, change,
Form: Free verse
...Everybody has some quirks To keep us sane – whatever works. These tics have, over time, accrued; To rein them in might spoil our mood. Some start in childhood – foods can’t touch Or nails get ......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, people,
Form: Rhyme
... Deathsnake coiling, squeezing. Heavy soul wheezing. Conforming for conjoining. A trick or two sets the mood. Teasing and pleasing. For a quickened f-_-ening. In distillery of proofs. ......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, baptism, fate,
Form: Haiku
The children of the world are born naked
... Historians are mere men. They sail in the high seas of people To catch a glimpse at the elusive whale of peace. Yes, History is not just, It is the poor outline of the book of Life. Ever......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, courage, culture, fear, identity,
Form: Free verse
who is everyone anyway
...who is everyone anyway? Everyone laughs, So do I, Everyone smirks, So do I, Everyone taunts, So do I, Everyone pushes, So do I. But now everyone is pushing me down, So am I, I see a bl......Read More
Categories: idiosyncrasy, 10th grade, beauty, community,
Form: Couplet

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