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Confusion Imagism Poems

These Confusion Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Confusion. These are the best examples of Imagism Confusion poems written by international poets.


DARKNESS OF NIGHT
DARKNESS OF NIGHT
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DARKNESS
WOULD HAVE BEEN
RETAINED FOR NIGHT

SHE COULD HAVE
INVOLVED 
WHERE , THERE IS 
NO MOON LIGHT IS TO INTERFERE

WHERE , THERE IS 
NO SPY WANDERING...

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Categories: anxiety, confusion, dark, environment,



Why Hurry
Why do you hurry so,
When you surely must know,
That is not the way to gain a healthy glow.

Will you ever learn ,
To walk past a...

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Categories: addiction, allusion, analogy, anxiety,

Premium Member My Signature
Is Corrosion

Cuddled within my contort.
Attach,
Align
confused,
Surprised

Surprised flies fly without a clue as to why...

My Signature is

Corrosion...

My subconscious seal lost,
Lost contort—
Perfectly
Aligned
Confused;

Brand new to this life flies simply...

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Categories: analogy, art, confusion, fun,

The devil loves a do-gooder
The devil loves a do-gooder,
One who expects everyone to come to order,
Because their vision is much broader.

The devil loves those with good intention,
As they are...

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Categories: analogy, anger, anxiety, assonance,

Real debates hard to find
There is no trace of them on face book,
No matter how hard you look,
It is no better,
To go on Twitter,
And you would not want to...

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Categories: age, analogy, blue, care,



Everyone is a Stranger
A mangled mind struggles to decipher
A lonely world...in darkness of Alzheimer.
Like million stars in unknown cosmic space 
neurons quiver million jumbled thoughts.
Tangled nerves in a...

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Categories: confusion, dark, emotions, loneliness,

WHAT HAPPENED
What HAPPENED to the love we had
What happened to the dreams we had
What happened to the moments we treasured
What really  happened to the love...

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Categories: break up, heartbreak,

A WIND BLOW
By a wind blow, all trees wind
Gigantic and dwarf, turning to wind
With greens of kinds, falling to find
As the wind blow, cry whistling behind

By a...

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Categories: art, conflict, confusion, environment,

Fantasy
I dream of fantasy,
But live in reality...
Sometimes fantasy is in reality
And I would hate it for the confusion and disbelief
Fantasy can be too good, to...

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Categories: fairy, fantasy, love, nice,

Have you ever
Have you ever been spoiling for a fight,
I have,
Believing you have the right,
I have,
Looking such a fright,
I have
With your best friend in your sight,
I have,
Not...

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Categories: anger, best friend, care,

Playing the Fool
Those who are afraid to appear foolish,
Usually stay out of the limelight,
And seldom take to the field,
Preferring to stay on the side-line and boo,
Or join...

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Categories: analogy, anger, anxiety, blue,

Muscle bound
Are we heading for the same fate as civilisations past?
As we grow too fast,
On too big a repast.

Our muscles bound up in red tape,
Bending us...

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Categories: analogy, animal, autumn, blue,

BECOMING EIGHTEEN
BECOMING EIGHTEEN

Now I can go to jail
Have for myself, a bad name
If I take the wrong steps
And follow evil men

One that I would carry with...

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Categories: birthday, childhood, confusion, depression,

The Mystery of Life
                "The Mystery  of Life"

Living in this world is...

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Categories: 2nd grade, confusion, emotions,

I'm lost
I'm stuck in this confusion of probability
Assuming a character to play my role in reality
Just playing an ideal identity
My life feels like a dress up
Living...

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Categories: blue, character, conflict, depression,

Dilemma

A confused individual
Oh! I am in a state
a state of confusion
Where i don’t know which way to go
a state of dilemma

Oh! I am in a...

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Categories: conflict, fantasy, fun,

Saddened and Alone
            Saddened and Alone
  
    There is a great sadness...

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Categories: addiction, confusion, depression, emotions,

One Of Those Mornings
It’s one of those meddlesome mornings
Can’t seem to make up it’s mind
Doesn’t want to greet the day
Reluctant to leave the dark behind

One minute breezy, The...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, day, feelings,

diversos vicios y virtudes
For she'd said to us:
'Your friend is proud,
Pushing up his wretched arms,
Merging claims with ego,
Elating his soul in folly:
For pride goes before destruction.'
Prunning her words...

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Categories: allegory,

Plea Bargain
PLEA BARGAIN

If justice can be carted away on a platter of gold
And repaid with a moribund emerald,
Then let Law swallow its loquacious pride—
Let the rays...

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Categories: betrayal, confusion, corruption, freedom,