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Work Imagism Poems

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


Wasted Lives by David Smith
I have watched them in their ceaseless task,
Their fruitless task,
That consumes them so,
They who were once the level headed ones,
Now going rounded in circles,
In an...

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Categories: allusion, analogy, baseball, character,

THE SUN by MOSES KISIANG'ANI MAKHAKHA
Comes standing brighter, above every head
To shine for all those, ready to work in light
All that dare to peep, direct eyes block
For the sunlight, use...

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Categories: creation, fear, fun, humanity,



The Time Machine by Paul Warren
A scientist worked hard each day
To make a time machine to work away
And he had an assistant who worked along
Happy to share the scientist’s song
He...

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Categories: science fiction,

Moment of my heart by Hakeem Omer
Moment of my heart.

With sunrise.
On the first light of the sun hitting my face through the window of my room.
On the sound of the first...

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Categories: beauty, dream, emotions, i

Premium MemberA Tree Falls by John lawless
A Tree Falls

A tree falls.
No one calls 911,
offers aid
or comfort.

Homeless birds
hold placards
“will work for seed”.

A sapling sprouts.
Crickets  camp
beneath it.

Stony shadows
keep time
in passing
sunshine.


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Categories: imagery,

SUCCESS AND FAILURE by reagan musore
Getting the best,
Out of your daily life,
Excelling in everything you plan,
To the extent of beyond limits,
Where the harvest is more than you expected,
Simply becoming a...

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Categories: blessing, change, destiny, success,

Are You by David Smith
Are you out to get meaning from the meaningless,
Find taste in the tasteless,
Seeking solace from the heartless,
Or inspiration from the bottom of a glass.

Perhaps you...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, blue, cancer,

Free lance Jouralist by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
Eyes see whatever they want
legs step wherever they are placed
ears hear whatever is available
but eyes, legs, ears  at work
are freelance investigative journalists
which upon offence...

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Categories: leadership, satire,

Moving clouds are Angels' Jets by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
moving clouds in the sky
are Angels, transport jets
Angels come in huge numbers
on regular field work tour
examining and taking photos
compiling summarized data
of humans at work on...

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Categories: angel, metaphor,

I know why stars shoot downwards by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
I know why stars shoot downwards to the earth
it is not science at work nor gravitational pull
its behavior of  stars that never looked at...

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Categories: desire, destiny, metaphor,

Witchcraft of the Civilized by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
There is a place where a diviner lives
It’s a place of shouting, invoking spirits
A diviner plays tricks on the young
Dealing  in business of words...

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Categories: education, satire,

What would Dickens think by David Smith
What would Dickens think,
If he could walk the streets of today.
Would he be fooled by the pretty facades,
Or would we find him frequenting back alleys...

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Categories: addiction, allusion, anxiety, character,

A letter from my Soul by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
Last evening I received a letter from my Soul
many things he told me;
“We were send on earth to serve
to serve with loving service we should
to...

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Categories: destiny, humanity, imagination,

Premium MemberPeacocks and Predators by Michelle Mac Donald

The raptor and the peacock hence,
Sit pensive on a rambling fence.
The first, inclined to be the host,
Jumped down to claim the nearest post.
The pea averse...

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Categories: animal, identity,

Writing Poetry-My Process by Amar Qamar
Empty pages glare at me
Bright white sheets stare back mockingly 
Snuggled away in my den
Thinking constantly about what to pen
Hoping a good idea would pop...

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Categories: art, encouraging, inspiration, journey,

Premium MemberTHE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE by Verlena S. Walker
THE PERSPECTIVE OF ALABASTER SCROOGE

In modern English people time, when the world was full of eminent joy, there lived a man of prestige who was...

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Categories: culture, humanity, i am,

Worklife by Amar Qamar
Day after day same monotonous routines
Work and more work is that all it means
From this moment onwards until I'm old,
Be walking to work, rain, snow...

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Categories: age, death, work,

NIGHT by anbes rawal
We are awake all night
Trying to prove the better
We will stay up and fight
Till we end up all bitter

Cause the moon up in the sky
Isn't...

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Categories: age, anger, culture, hero,

Premium MemberDead Fish Mosaic by Julia Ward
Dead fish mosaic -
hundreds of them in a makeshift square,
and it's "seeing is believing".
Eyes look at you from strange angles -
strange rainbow eyes
and mouths agape.
Late...

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Categories: fish, imagery,

Movin' On South by Nicholas Rush
Under the clanky aluminum conduit
I sit easy eyed, watching 
My work boots, drink up rainfall 
The lively band above 
Reprises once more
Her thunderous piece
Perking up...

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Categories: bereavement, death, deep,