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Son Imagism Poems

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


Morning Stars
Poem by Koffi Mtonga

She woke up early that morning, opened the window that had a view of a blue sea, just in time for the...

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Categories: family, morning, mother, mother



Premium Member A Little Boy
A Little Boy is
	Jelly on his face
	Dirt under his nails
	A patch on his knee
	String trailing from 
	One pocket and
	A frog in the other

A little boy...

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© Mel Gill  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 10th grade, children, emotions,

1000 Lives
I'll die tonight 
But i know I'll resurrect in the morning
The son...

7 days I'll be walking
With 12 men, friends as adepts:
We be adapting; selling dreams,
That...

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Categories: allegory, art, image, imagination,

The Son
Whoa mommy 
Oh where's daddy?
Am i the only son?
I guess he became A ghost
After conserving me, 
Destined to be in the dark
Formulated obstacles and schedules.
And...

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Categories: 11th grade, abortion, age,

bumped my oboe against the doir
looking like it should be something special
the right night for us
the need to love
make's this something special
look to the morning
from the crack of dawning
sweet the...

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Categories: autumn, farm, film, funny,



Premium Member COMPENDIUM OF SPACES
spaces-SEPTEMBER I
empty slides in the park



chatter fills the school bus

spaces- SNUFFED OUT
Bad light stops play




The muscians retire


Note: Haydn's Farewell Symphony

spaces-CATARACT
The mist lifts slowly



A new vista...

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Categories: imagery, imagination,

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,

Premium Member SUSPENDED IN SURPRISE
SUSPENDED IN SURPRISE

wrapped in legs and arms,
sandwiched between two grandsons.
sheets in disarray would not impede
the octopus hold, attempt to halt
their impending flight home.

a little hand...

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Categories: grandchild, grandmother,

THE NAIL ON THE WALL
A story about a young boy and his father,
The boy was smart, diligent but hot tempered,
When vexed he has no choice of words,
He is careless...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, child, conflict,

Some Pros and Cons of being Virtually Connected to Reality 1st byte
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,

Liberty
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,

BIRDS LOVE OF TREES
This is the time I'll talk about Cage,
Posting it on the media and not standing on a Stage,
Without wasting much time, let me open this...

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Categories: africa, age, analogy, animal,

CHRISTMAS ON MY COMPUTER
             CHRISTMAS ON MY COMPUTER
	
1.Attention on my computer!
An intruder detected.
It is not a...

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Categories: birthday, blessing, boxing day ,

MY NAME IS BILL
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,

Battered wife
Darkness surrounds her, as she cries,
Blood oozes as she dies… 
Bruised and battered a pitiful state
The consequences of her partners anger his hate
“I should of...

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© Amar Qamar  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, imagination, sad, sorrow,

MOON LIGHT AND BEYOND
Deep in the night
We can drive under moon light 
Father and the son 
The day has begun 
I'm going back home
Where I belong
Mama call me...

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Categories: absence, beautiful, devotion, dream,

Piles
Piles

Piles of things I need to do...

Piles of things I need to sort through,
Piles of things I'm collecting for his girls when they are older,
Piles...

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Categories: death, depression, grief, missing,

RAIN RAIN GO AWAY NOT
Down pouring from dusk to dawn,

Very cold,

Flooded all the path ways,

The villagers in demand to God, to cease the rain,

A mother to bring her son...

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Categories: rain,

LAW
He is a Bachelor in Law,

How comes him a Son -in -law?...

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Categories: fun, imagery,

Bring back my child
She bares a striking 
resemblance to early morning 
mist
Pure and innocent her scent 
reflects on the faces of those 
who devour the finest incense
She has
Coloured...

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Categories: abuse, baby, children, daughter,