Woman Imagism Poems

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


Please help us by Emmanuel Adedayo Ojelade
PLEASE HELP US

They say heaven and hell
will be the final in one’s end
But to us, we’re already there
We’re already witnessing stage one on planet earth

We’ve...

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Categories: children, imagery, poetry, poverty,

Premium MemberThe Blue Jay by Dale Gregory Cozart
A cerulean jay
perches
atop a papaya tree.
One goitered old woman
preens
a bright comb
in chartreuse hair....

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Categories: bird, imagery, tree,



DONALD TRUMP RE DUCKS I GOOSE by matthew harris
Axe the old Don, a trump peter n piper
   of incredulous hellish crud - be gone
ha air brushed pompous arse
   Sunkist...

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Categories: 12th grade, abuse, anger,

I cannot be born to you by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
Smart woman, deny this;
Are you not looking anxiously?
for me to be in your womb?
No. It cannot happen here
Another woman is waiting
I have a covenant with...

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Categories: fate, irony,

Biological clock patented before Seth Thomas Design by matthew harris
fertilization upon ovule 
   via spermatozoa automatically 
   gearing linkedin anticipated birth 
especially upon confirmation conception 
   did sex...

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Categories: abortion, destiny, identity, memory,

Beloved by Dollin Holt
And if I give of me 
all of my heart 
to you

what happens to me,
a lover carrying no heart?

Beloved
need I keep half
and give the other...

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Categories: angel, anxiety, beautiful, beauty,

In Love with a Strange Woman by Chigbo Solomon Peter
In love with a strange woman 
Hope it won't make me inhuman 
With a lustful glare
I can bare her bountiful bare 

Quickened like a tornado...

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Categories: adventure, christian, desire, heaven,

Premium MemberLil' Piece Of Paradise by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
I wonder if somebody else mighta told her?
'bout the glitterin' facade of the brochure 
I wonder if anybody else coulda 
forewarned her
'cause steppin' in slippery...

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Categories: paradise, places,

Premium MemberBEAUTY IS IN THE EYE OF THE OBSERVER by Michael E. Harris
A YOUNG AND CHARMING HANDSOME FELLA 
WENT IN SEARCH OF CINDERELLA.
QUITE THE ADVENTURE TO SAY THE LEAST. 
ALONG THE WAY HE WOULD MEET A BEAST.
SHE...

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Categories: cinderella, emotions, friendship, imagery,

Wedged, Is The Hip Splitter by James McLain
By my parting of these words, 
these certain very words.
Herein because, I move it thus aside, 
of that and when from you, I am.
Certain muscles...

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Categories: art, poetry,

Premium MemberMOLAR AND THE TOOTH FAIRY by Vee Bdosa
    MOLAR AND THE TOOTH FAIRY
It's like I was sucking on a Sugar Baby
caramel delicacy oozing
between my bicuspids and incisors,
sweetness of the...

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Categories: abuse, age, assonance, betrayal,

Premium MemberGrand Poo-bah by Freddie Robinson Jr.
She struts out of the golden elevator
like the Grand Marshall of Macy’s Thanksgiving parade
Crystal high-heels rhythmically clicking
on the gleaming marble floor
Pompadour bouffant hair
that’s styled so...

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Categories: character, identity, image, woman,

There is no African oxygen by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
There is no African oxygen
White or Black or grey 
we share same oxygen

No racial carbon dioxide
all respire carbon dioxide
no one breathes in oxygen
and breathes out...

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Categories: africa, discrimination, racism, world,

My May by Talin Kalishian

Traceless marble existing perpetual
Focus the tender the pretty glamour
The fidelity she carry, unexpectedly 
A flickering ocean may have marry
A murmuring whale hush to shore
And sparkle...

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Categories: beautiful, woman,

Lover with long Noses by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
A man and woman met 
in a moving passenger train
Fell in love they did
but both had long noses
two weeks they tried to kiss
but no way...

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Categories: irony, metaphor, relationship,

paint me by Deborah Dambani
paint me a face,
paint me one so blue that I can barely laugh or coo,
paint me till the colour of my skin no more exist,
but...

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Categories: art, blue, color, deep,

New Opinions by Lyon Brave
Not to die or to perish or to fall off a cliff 
Not to disappear from the hearts of others
Not to drowned, stuck in a...

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Categories: depression, girlfriend, immigration, meaningful,

Premium MemberNAKED HEART by nette onclaud



If you have seen her face and not the soul
then you have never known anything at all...
pines, orchids, fireflies light the June nights
yet they sleep...

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Categories: woman,

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,

Small Servings by Paloma P
'I'm having the children for dinner',
she meant it quite literally
a combination of the old
woman in the shoe and
Red Riding Hood's wolf
she was a peach most...

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Categories: children, fantasy, hyperbole, imagination,