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Imitative Poems - Poems about Imitative

Imitative Poems - Examples of all types of poems about imitative to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for imitative.

Premium Member Literary Form
...LITERARY FORM the suspense sealed unexpected    then unmasked imitative  with exploited variations  influential concepts innocence   templated remains chronicled &experimental intermitt......Read More
Categories: imitative, poetry,
Form: Other

Premium Member Silence of a Poet
..."When the Grim Reaper asked for my spirit, I told him to take my poetic pen. He walked away smiling, leaving me illiterate." In the mystical wilderness of virtual poetry, surrounded by metaphor......Read More
Categories: imitative, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Smarter, Faster, More Creative
...Every generation thinks it's better than the previous one Smarter, faster, better-educated, more creative What would be something refreshingly new under the sun ~ The next one admitting it......Read More
Categories: imitative, creation, truth, youth,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Slow-Cooked Conversion Stories
...I was raised in one of those white nationalist churches, passing itself off as a Christian evangelical Bible church, where "evangelical" meant fundamental and "fundamental" meant we did not interp......Read More
Categories: imitative, childhood, christian, earth, faith,
Form: Political Verse
In Defence of the Realm
...Born into a privileged position The Gracchi and Kennedys were on a mission A violent end was to be their common fate With vested interests full of rage and hate Their new programmes threatened th......Read More
Categories: imitative, conflict, identity, political, poverty,
Form: Rhyme

Hallucinatory Prayers
...Fallen upon knees in ashes of pipe dreamer’s infatuation chimera's collective stardust reigning through macrocosms, world spins counterclockwise unrealistically bound hiatus stained glass mirrors......Read More
Categories: imitative, allegory, conflict, deep, hyperbole,
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member My Mother's Radio
...My mother used to have a radio Bagged in black imitative leather; The round speaker, volume, tuner in front, And a small antenna is hidden on top. When she pickled bamboo shoots or fishes, O......Read More
Categories: imitative, conflict, freedom, mother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Self-Image
...Self-Image by Odin Roark Once of water Man first eyed himself Perhaps leaning to drink Club in one hand Food clenched firmly in the other Even today How arresting firs......Read More
Categories: imitative, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Try Not To Read
...I try not to read other people's stuff, too much. Cause when I do, I'm left with this disquieting feeling that it's all been said, and much better. That's why I hate that damned Bukowski so......Read More
Categories: imitative, allegory, imagination, love,
Form: Free verse