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Illustrative Poems - Poems about Illustrative

Illustrative Poems - Examples of all types of poems about illustrative 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 illustrative.
Premium Member IDEAS a freed verse
...IDEAS an applied sense of the literate conceptions   undevalued  gratituous but  honourable in  curious phenomena change places a mark of verse   fluctuating rhythm. gyrating  emoti......Read More
Categories: illustrative, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Thru a paroxysm of tears
...Thru a paroxysm of tears... I inconsolably wept a river of sorrow starkly aware alienated daughter(s) implacable woe sundered fatherhood yesterday, today and tomorrow. A series of unfortunat......Read More
Categories: illustrative, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Rhyme
after reading Whitman, gathering airs and tasting the garnishes
...I am the wind the textured curl of clouds those specks of glitter silver and gold are my illustrative gleams the foiling wings that flutter and flap feathers ripe with color complementing......Read More
Categories: illustrative, christian, earth, environment, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Magnificent me
...I want to write an epic novel, my words to be conserved my paper is plenty and my pen is ready, I will write a book of great worth. Its been an hour and nothing yet, but the day is still quite youn......Read More
Categories: illustrative, character, creation, funny, me,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Beatrix Potter and Ronald Dahl
...The ever clever, talented Beatrix Potter was interested in everything She self-published The Tale of Peter Rabbit; it was met with a zing. Her scientific interest led us to understand germination o......Read More
Categories: illustrative, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Rhyme

Unveiled With Age
...Crowds and noise and people enthralled me When I had deciduous teeth. And a simple thought of loneliness Engendered collywobbles in me. How amicable people look when viewed with jejune eyes! ......Read More
Categories: illustrative, age, conflict, confusion, deep,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
...THE TRUMPIST VOTE: A satirical Persian poem and its English translation, by the poet himself. POST / SHARE / FORWARD / PUBLISH (with attribution--please) NOTE: In addition to this translated po......Read More
Categories: illustrative, america, confusion, history, political,
Form: Political Verse
Logical nonsense
... The logical possibility to jump over the moon, make sense when considered its cheese eaten with a spoon. The same cheese became famous by Mozart composing Cinderella, melted in on bread called M......Read More
Categories: illustrative, 12th grade, america, cheer
Form: Ballade
Premium Member Pathway To My Dreams
...When the light from the setting sun Makes a shining path on the sea, Am I the only one who can see it? Is this path solely meant for me? Is it a pathway to my dreams? Do I dare follow it to see?......Read More
Categories: illustrative, beautiful, dream, light, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Universalists and Unitarians
...What is the big deal difference between universal wholeness and interdependent HereNow fragmentation? How are they combined to make one Left/Right Ego/EcoHabitat bilateral identified whole? ......Read More
Categories: illustrative, caregiving, earth, environment, freedom,
Form: Political Verse
Heedfulness Will Prevail
...Please don’t pretend that I’m not around I know you hear me, calling out to you You ignore me as if I was a muted sound I know you hear my echoes I do so true Your hearing will be renewed, ......Read More
Categories: illustrative, betrayal, conflict, courage, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
The Mystery From Within
... baby's hair with a womans eyes can see right past you as I tantalize the mere notion of a whisper long to filter shadows block the vortex of her smile how you have fought so very hard & fierc......Read More
Categories: illustrative, art,
Form: Free verse
Molten Hot Lava Love
... wrestles hearts beating alone tonight love has gained yet sometimes love has lost humanities heaviest of cost you stood outside in your nice skirt in the rain waiting for your love to come ......Read More
Categories: illustrative, anger, anxiety, art, august,
Form: Free verse
...A bridge in maze through shift it gaze Torn From pillars being built in monuments to the sun; A mouth to live yet viable led scorn, In truth will learn as chivalry turn to worst; Born under ......Read More
Categories: illustrative, death, faith, fear, forgiveness,
Form: Free verse
...The frantic soul along loose lines the roll of the dice Along with its frustrated alibi taunting for control An illustrative look at the passing eagle flying in the air free There is a survivor in......Read More
Categories: illustrative, art, childhood, dedication, faith,
Form: Free verse

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