Mother Imagism Poems

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


EIGENGRAU by Isabel San Martin
Little escalations
Have turned into another scar
Self medicate on self harm
I spit upon my own self reflection
A mirror of self deception
Exasperate my own intentions
Of my own...

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Categories: anger, angst, betrayal, corruption,

Some Pros and Cons of being Virtually Connected to Reality 1st byte by matthew harris
Dune not be bashful, grumpy, leery 
   or any other contemporary dwarf man
even countless less well known dwarves 
   (that never...

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Categories: anger, earth, freedom, hello,



Salveja by Adeyemi Joshua
I
I live in a society,
That does not know me.
I live in a community,
That does not owe me.
I feel a stranger,
In my renowned hometown.
And act a...

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Categories: allegory,

Think Spring by matthew harris
Now, unlike my usually trenchant literary librettos, i regale the unknown (tum me) reader for savoir faire articulation, elocution, and indomitable tour de force proffered...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Liberty by Dakota Hershey
When God, who is forever free,
Breathed life into my earthly frame,—
From that first day, by His free will
When I a living soul became,—
A babe upon...

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Categories: celebration, celebrity, christian, christmas,

Premium MemberBIGFOOT THE LEGEND by Michael E. Harris
I once spent the winter 
Near the town willow creek.
It wasn't adventure 
I attempted to seek.
The cabin elevation 
Was 5000 foot.
My goal that winter 
Was...

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Categories: fun, humor, humorous, imagery,

Proud Servant by Isaac Asante
        Proud Servant
I was a prince in my father's house,
Even though my father was not a king
Neither was...

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Categories: aubade,

Miss Hunter's Tree by Richard Evans
branches and leaves catch ultra violet rays
you can almost taste the cool summer shade
little hands and feet are there most of the day
marbles jacks and...

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Categories: imagery, nature, poetry,

Hurricane Harvey Landfall August 27th 2017 by MATTHEW harris
This long time doodling Yankee 
(who calls Southeastern Montgomery, Pennsylvania LV
plus III four seasons visited 
   upon swath of topography to see
and hear...

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Categories: america, courage, environment, loss,

Tractor man this is our land by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
This is our land you tractor-man
our nests are here underneath
our queen mother lives there below
our king dwells with the queen

Tractor man we do not understand...

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Categories: power, satire,

Rumpelstiltskin rebranded as outre designer couture by MATTHEW harris
the daughter of a miller abducted, exiled, held 
locked as prisoner didst bawl
achingly, effusively, indubitably murmured plaintively 
quite riotously didst call
out for help, when stalked...

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Categories: abuse, allegory, anger, art,

Premium MemberFACING MOTHER NATURE by Michael E. Harris
SPRING FLOWERS
SUMMER SHOWERS
AUTUMN BREEZE
FALLING LEAVES
WINTER HERE
WINTER THERE
ALWAYS WINTER
ON EARTH SOMEWHERE
HURRICANES ROCK
TORNADO'S BLOW
VOLCANO'S ERUPT
LAVA FLOWS
EARTHQUAKES RUMBLE
LIKE THUNDER STORMS
FOR MOTHER NATURE
IT'S THE NORM
ROGUE WAVE
SUDDEN TSUNAMI
BEFORE I SEE...

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Categories: autumn, endurance, imagery, nature,

Premium MemberI AM IMMORTAL by Kim Rodrigues
He will wipe away every tear from their eyes.
there will be no more death or mourning or
crying or pain, for the old order of things...

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Categories: christian,

Bring up a child by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
If you want to bring up a child
loyal, strong and independent
full of wisdom and knowledge
release him to the hostile world.
Overprotect and massage the child
 a...

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Categories: education, irony,

To live a day safely by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
To live a day safely in a city
where citizens must be echoes
and human rights are a fairy tale
but you want your mouth not pinched
your ears...

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Categories: metaphor, power,

The Edge Of A Dream by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
Dozing on the edge of a dream 
on a summer eve all sticky n' sweaty 
I thought I caught a wondrous vision 
of a dark...

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Categories: dream, heaven, imagery, mother,

death of the scrapbook by David Smith
My mum and I made many scrapbooks over the years.
To find inspiring and interesting pictures was not hard
And most magazines got past my mothers sense...

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Categories: age, anger, appreciation, betrayal,

MY NAME IS BILL by YASEMIN BALANDI
My Name is Bill!
The mist clears
Lavender green and lavender grey
Again!
On the menu
Creme caramel.
Honeydew dreams 
I remember from yesterday.
 
If only. If only  I was...

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Categories: absence, analogy, angst, anxiety,

Oppressed and the Oppressor by Amar Qamar
You can see, yet you do not see
A hole, where a heart should be
You can hear, but do not heed
The screams and cries of those...

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Categories: conflict, dark, discrimination, evil,

A Young Life Perished, Earlier Today by James Hou
There was a thing rolling on the corner of the street
Round, hairy, small, but not hard to notice
And a body, lying faced down on the...

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Categories: child, death, heartbroken, mother