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Immortalised Poems - Poems about Immortalised

Immortalised Poems - Examples of all types of poems about immortalised 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 immortalised.
Man of Mars
...Such is a sorrow sculpted of sunstone, Immortalised with studious refrain, Tragedy, still, in beautiful atone, Exuding light from a languish of pain. Young Venus, I be, suspended in fear, What......Read More
Categories: immortalised, imagery, introspection, love, metaphor,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member A Pair of Shoes - Van Gogh
...immortalised worn out sole, held shape and continued beyond time......Read More
Categories: immortalised, art,
Form: Monoku
Scorched Earth Social Policing
...a thousand tragedies paned onto the community headlines slashes the idle spirits the wound enrages them to seek out sadistic glee for the sake to title themselves as 'woken.' pitchforks an......Read More
Categories: immortalised, allegory, extended metaphor, social,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Brooch Edvard Munch
...Inspired by The Brooch By Edvard Munch This is a lithograph on black paper of Eva Mudocci, an English violinist. Eva was Munch's muse for several years but he often destroyed his paintings of her ......Read More
Categories: immortalised, art,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member 911 the Falling Man Cometh
...The falling man, one photograph captured in time An unforgettable image, imprinted on this mind He represents us all, weather we like it or not His faith did not kill him, ......Read More
Categories: immortalised, truth,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Only Star For Me
...Bethlehem, a star attraction, out of thee, Among the chilliads, the small, the great. A shining example - how grateful are we? How deep and wide, one stellar star of fate. In storeh......Read More
Categories: immortalised, star,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Renaissance Man
...master of preparation with pen& brush latent energy sparked by God monumental marvels proportioned in genius marbled magnificence of dimensional......Read More
Categories: immortalised, art, christian,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member Saintly Ambrosia
...Padraig was a talented man stroked the harp in sack-cloth kaftan blew tin whistles sweetly sang harmony completely now immortalised on a Guinness can 24th February 2021......Read More
Categories: immortalised, appreciation,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Jazz Age Jottings the dust of butterfly wings short stories of immortalised era, a type cast 'pigeion holed'. a history as well as an ......Read More
Categories: immortalised, writing,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member My Choice Clerihew
...Edmund Clerihew Bentley wrote poetry everso gently. His greatest claim to fame immortalised his mother's maiden name......Read More
Categories: immortalised, humor, word play,
Form: Clerihew
Oldham Bloke Based On Real Incident
...The Oldham bloke passed me as I walked down the road Passing me on the footpath He was small with a slight limp Wearing blue jeans and a black jacket He uttered a comment: You are a bastard I r......Read More
Categories: immortalised, for him, funny, humor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Poetry - My Lethal Weapon
...POETRY - MY LETHAL WEAPON Poetry can be a lethal weapon especially if it goes to print With all of the words immortalised forever, in indelible ink I can pass away, but darn those words will......Read More
Categories: immortalised, evil, word play,
Form: Couplet
The Heroine of Harrow
...To the heroine of harrow: I offered hard labour, ploughing my soul in an inch, Now, days go by in my Trelleborg without feeling a pinch, Spotlights, random hot rods, my own stigma as the mark of ......Read More
Categories: immortalised, angst, grief, memory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Compendium of Humour With Wit
...mene tekel peres - calligraphic prescience. global village voice - a dialect of babel the poetry slam - pen viva voce inherent bloodline - curdle into nepotism Atlanta's Oliver Hardy so pr......Read More
Categories: immortalised, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Smile At the Foot of the Ladder
...It was a ladder called Death I found myself at its foot, a bit foggy in the mind, Hurt in the heart and worn out with everything else Next to it, was a signboard on which was written "Climb with ......Read More
Categories: immortalised, death, life, sorrow, stress,
Form: Free verse

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