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Philosophy Imagism Poems

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


Dancing hall by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
Standing at the window I watch with amazement
One dancer whips the air fiercely with her bottom
Another writes something in air with pointed fingers
Both seemed lost...

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Categories: life, metaphor, philosophy,

A chair is not a chair by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
a chair is not a chair
until its sat on by human
sit on log and it’s a chair
sit on a pig and it's a chair
sitting of...

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Categories: identity, metaphor, philosophy,



Printed Plastic by Pin Dew
Life isn't a white sheet,
It comes as printed plastic,
You can't write one damn thing,
You can only tear it in pieces,
Stretch it, deform it, burn it,
But...

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Categories: depression, life, philosophy, sad,

Recondite by Pin Dew
Defunctive smoke
From the brain
Rankles the soul:
An eternity of ignorance.

There are no marrams for skin.

Marquetry of bones
Intricacy assumes
Hoodwinking eyes
That see only nudes.

Whining gin.

Phthisic mind
Transhumanizes darkness
Swaddling rain
In...

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Categories: allusion, dark, horror, philosophy,

Summer solstice gone by Gary Onderisin
The dying inside:

Myopic windows;

daylight fading

on a glass table top;

dead flies milling,

unaware....

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Categories: life, metaphor, nature, philosophy,

Like the Buddha himself by Gary Onderisin
This weather-worn stone statue of him:

Cross-legged under a tree, surrounded by

Flowers in the garden;

The expression on his face fixed inwardly, Knowing, placid,

Be it Spring, Summer,...

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Categories: image, philosophy, religion,

Miss First January by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu

Miss First January canoed from the clouds
And anchored right beside Mr. Midnight
Red flower on the right, a book on the left
Traveling bag strapped on her...

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Categories: addiction, analogy, destiny, humanity,

Realizations and Translations by Paloma P
Somewhere between here,

blase and tomorrow's

derangement, lost the plot in

a moment of coherent clarity,

'twas quite a peculiar notion

unsettling predicament of

knowing one's own psyche,

silently questioned the

absolute mindfulness,

hardly...

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Categories: allegory, hyperbole, parody, philosophy,

Premium MemberAnima Mystique by Connie Marcum Wong
A requiem can faintly be heard 
     in the springtime breeze
as dandelion's morph from gold 
     blossoms...

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Categories: flower, metaphor, women, universe,

Premium MemberYOUR EUPHORIA AND DESPAIR by Verlena S. Walker
YOUR EUPHORIA AND DESPAIR

Sad a*s of a f**k
Do not know anything about making love.
Struggling just to maintain a lifestyle.
Making sense is a useless try.
Now you...

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Categories: appreciation, culture,

How The World Has Changed by Lekau Mamabolo
Have you seen changing of colours?
World shifting thoughts without insight
Mellifluous tones making way for cacophony
Drums buried beneath shambles,
And people returning to the jungle,
Craving roots and...

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Categories: imagery, introspection, philosophy,

The Question by Abimbola Mosobalaje Davis
Then she asked:
‘What becomes of his dead?’
And to her, he replied:
Soft the supple of life
That winds blows to plants
For in the wind lives the soul
The...

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Categories: body, death, deep, metaphor,

Rain reigns by Sabion Osore
  Rain reigns

In its current forming  and craving hunger,
It forming and jostle every of tiny vapour,
Changed them to solid,
White cream cotton like umbrella...

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Categories: adventure, allusion, creation, desire,

Good Will by Ovidiu Bocsa
Good Will, my happy friend by Kant intoxicated:
Why do some people make living so complicated?
I want to visit him, but he was left and let...

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Categories: absence, devotion, education, introspection,

Premium MemberDEPTHS by Verlena S. Walker
No one said that life was nothing but a joy to live.
No one said that joy was never in it.
A hill must be superseded.
If you...

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Categories: encouraging, inspiration, inspirational, success,

WIFE SEEING HUSBAND GROWING OLDER by Sidney Beck
WIFE  SEEING  HUSBAND  GROWING   OLDER
 
Water steals your reflection when you are young
And as fast as cat’s feet on a...

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Categories: imagery, philosophy,

Premium MemberDON T BLOCK YOUR BLESSINGS by Verlena S. Walker
DON'T BLOCK YOUR BLESSINGS

An idiot sinking in the sea came up on a deserted island.
He had heard the philosophy of man is not an island,...

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Categories: angst, appreciation, beautiful, blessing,

unique by Paul Geiger
My soul is unique
Your soul is unique
Their souls are unique
All souls are unique
God?solely unique
...

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Categories: math, philosophy, poetry,

NO COLOR by Muhammad Safa Thajudeen
In red ink,

Black and blue,

Something is written on a small piece of white paper,

My mind reads ignoring the colors like a kidney-

"No color but matter"!...

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Categories: class, community, discrimination, philosophy,

Every Precious Pearl Understood by Robert Gruhn
Lying in beds of unknown oceans I've dreamed of.
Spheres of every color streaking through my mind,
Swirling in never ending undulations of pure loveliness.
Passing beyond this...

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Categories: imagery, philosophy, wisdom, world,