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Long Figures of speech Poems

Long Figures of speech Poems. Below are the most popular long Figures of speech by PoetrySoup Members. You can search for long Figures of speech poems by poem length and keyword.

Punctuation Police Patrol
Dictionary in hand Bobbies
     manned state of the spy craft created
strategic peripheral outposts
     a comma dated,

(sans syntax garnered monies) equated
justifiable to build galley ma free

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Categories: figures of speech, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse

To kill a writer
I draw daydreams devoid of grammar.
Jumble memories with synonyms.
Cook laughter with adjectives.
Flirt with rhymings.
Drool over oxymorons.

My masterpiece is not just another
crushed paper.
Or left stale at the back of a 
hotel bill.
Or a long text message

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Categories: figures of speech, art, emotions, journey, self, simile, words, writing,
Form: I do not know?
More Horn Challenging Haiku
Horn Challenging Haiku

All that I do need, (5)
Are my poems in front of me;  (7)
Away I will wright.  (5)

What runners do need;
Good blockers in front of them;
Away they will run.

She really does need,

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: figures of speech, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Lyric a la Mode
I am a true contemporary
who knows how to acceptably 

write a poem.  First with a tangible
aroma of burnt toast, I will run on

my imaginary couplets like a stroke
victim of the modern prejudices.

(Strophe’s choice is...

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Categories: figures of speech, on writing and words
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To Each His--or Her--Own

my cup of tea
in poetry—

I relish rhyme. 
Meter’s sublime.
To me, they’re prime—
most of the time.

On second thought, I’d rather have blank verse.
Express your thoughts sans rhyming patterns, please,
while making sure your meter is sustained.
Just iambic...

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Categories: figures of speech, poetry,
Form: Verse

Who I am
I am an engineer.
But could use words to penetrate your testicles.

A little boy.
I use the poetic pen to paint colorful memories of tomorrow.

A simple guy.
I create a new version of me when poetry runs in...

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Categories: figures of speech, 12th grade, 5th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member RHETORIC poetics in process
a discourse     we done
  ornamted speech
    eloquent oratory aloud
seminal ideas
in pillars of poetics

a dialogue     delivered
     feelings aroused

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Categories: figures of speech, poetry, word play,
Form: Verse
if poetry be the food i need,
then give me in excess.
let it fill my thoughts deep
and dark as the fathomless sea.
let it quench my undying thirst
like dinner with barbarian tards.
let it swim down my gut

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Categories: figures of speech, food, poetry,
Form: Free verse
I'm a cute poet
My name is Sammy Kyle
And I’m a cute poet
I use strange inner drive,
like a girl in a “cool” skirt.

Thou am less concerned about myself
But caved in the ability to express
poetry is the breath and final...

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Categories: figures of speech, adventure, africa, appreciation, beautiful, beauty, blessing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Spilled Ink
A true writer when consigned to their virus induced self-isolation

Might want to consider turning over in bed for hot contemplation

Passion cannot be subdued by staying at home for an interim stay

But once you have bedsores...

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Categories: figures of speech, best friend,
Form: Rhyme
Figures of Speech
Birds of a feather
Here's mud in your eye
Change like the weather
What money can't buy
Right as rain
Picking a bone
I can't complain
Dumb as a stone
Chewing the rag
We're in the same boat
It's in the bag
Frog in your throat

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Categories: figures of speech, humor,
Form: Rhyme
I've learnt to play with words
Like a kid in kindergarten
Gathering thorny roses from the garden.
With words, now I play.

Despite the spikes
Pricking and tick-ly
Still, I pick words as toys
Making the alphabets my buddy.

I don't joke around...

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Categories: figures of speech, adventure, cool, freedom, joy, kindergarten, nursery rhyme,
Form: Free verse
I write my poems for posterity:
To be trapped and preserved
In the pages of moth-eaten books,
To be discussed at universities
Hundred years after my death,
To be selected in syllabus and taught in
Classrooms of schools in remote lands,

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Categories: figures of speech, inspirational, introspection, visionary, write, write,
Form: Free verse
Writing a poem is just like painting 
Diverse images created with words.
A poet paints them while he's thinking, 
And colors them with the feelings stirred.

As the lines breathe forth and touch,
A poem may show vivid...

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Categories: figures of speech, poetry,
Form: Quatrain