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Long Grook Poems

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

Obnoctuss Obtussio

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Categories: appreciation, song, sports,
Form: Grook

The Kite
Am I the only one to think
that a kite is such a sad thing?

never really free,
forever tied to a string

Yes, it can soar indeed,
so high, with the wind taking it places,
almost making it forget,
just enjoying...

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Categories: grook, allegory, life, me, sad, thank you,
Form: Free verse
Love News Realities
“Keep yourselves in the love of God, looking for the mercy of our Lord Jesus Christ unto eternal life." (Jude 1:21 of the King James Bible)

Lovers’ wedding midst virtual upheaval!!!
Confirmed fake news --- yet verily...

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Categories: christian, faith, god, jesus, love, perspective, truth,
Form: Grook
Has Anyone Lived Long Enough
Has anyone lived long enough,
To finish cleaning out the garage.

Has anyone lived long enough,
To see leftover room in kitchen cupboards.

Has anyone lived long enough,
To bear witness to a man who sees no need for anymore...

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Categories: age, baptism, blue, character, cheer up, crazy,
Form: Grook
Bedding Down In the Colding
For the first time 
since the end of Summer, 
Mr. Nobody wears his socks to bed, 
a sad admission that 
things were going to get worse. 
Can't count on the 
warmth of mother nature's breast...

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Categories: cat, character, fear, feelings, sleep,
Form: Grook

This Is the Life Yup
I see in far side vision                             ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: character, culture, funny, political, satire,
Form: Grook
Somewhere I Grew Up
Amidst the people I knew,
Those who had pains to go through
Jumping from exams to exams,
Not able to retrieve the horrid pangs
They slept with algebra clan,
And saw the morning light with geometry gang
But still between my...

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Categories: growing up,
Form: Grook
Political Mumble Jumble
A name became famous and so did attention it brought to a race, 
A quotable slogan was formed speaking of political changes at haste.

From opposing sides as running mates they developed a relationship speaking of...

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Categories: black african american, hope, life, politicalchildren, children,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Love Is a Garden
An apple a day keeps the doctor away;
But hugs are the best for your heart.
They say all is fair in love and in war,
But fair can keep lovers apart.

Normal’s a setting on washing machines,
But love...

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© Jeff Kyser  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: love,
Form: Grook
Ideas that seem to be   Abysmal, to others,
Ideas that seem to be   Big, to others,
Ideas that seem to be   Crazy, to to others. 

Ideas that seem to be ...

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Categories: absence, age, analogy, baptism, birth, change, community,
Form: Grook
Keeping Your Eye On the Ball
If you feel you want to keep your eye on the ball.
If you see the need to keep your eye on the ball,
Remember this: 
Your chances are better, on the field of play,
Your chances are...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, art, baptism, baseball, blessing, character,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Emma Sue's Birthday Party - From a Neighborhood Child

She’s looking happy    for a change
“Emma Sue’s a ‘Four-Eyes”
We call her that    and other names

First a threat    the stick!
But then her Mother appears...

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Categories: children,
Form: Grook
Premium Member I Am Whole
I Am Whole

My limbs may be mangled and tore from its base but my heart reflects pure pride, you can see it in my face, there is no disgrace.  Though my body has been...

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Categories: bullying, discrimination, endurance, how i feel, inspirational,
Form: Grook
The Big Picture
The big Picture,
Can you see it yet?
No not that one it, it is too small,
Not that either,
It is only a mirror mage of yourself.

Still cannot see it?
Then you are not thinking big enough,
Searching wide enough,

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Categories: addiction, anger, anxiety, character, christian, confusion, cry,
Form: Grook
Silence among enemies,
Means more jobs for spies,
To see how the land lies.

Silence among friends,
Means it is time to build bridges,
Down through the ages.

Silence among Lovers,
Means less need for daily showers,
And hairdryers.

Silence in the Forest,
Means it...

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Categories: age, analogy, appreciation, baptism, beautiful, celebration, confusion,
Form: Grook
Wake Up January
Wake up January,
You have work to do,
And while your days may seem more than a few,
If you leave it to February, with 3 less days than you,
March will not be thanking either of you.

April will...

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Categories: absence, angst, appreciation, blue, change, character, cinderella,
Form: Grook
A Girl Named Rain
She wakes up in bed smelling eggs and bacon on a hot silet.Her mother calls her''Rain''come 
down to eat.On her plat were three gloden eggs and two slices of bacon.Rain aet very fast knowing 

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Categories: childhood, daughtermother, rain, mother, rain,
Form: Grook
Constant Bullshit
I'm bringing it hard like you've never 
showing you shit you won't ever 
You didn't remember now you're 
down on the pavement,
with your head split because you 
forgot our arrangement.
I have these evil intentions,
which are...

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© Joan Mccue  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: anger, funny, violence, word play,
Form: Grook
Thanks a Lot Cat
Thanks a lot cat,
For waking me up in the middle of the night,
For cat food to find by torchlight,
So, someone in the house can sleep through the night,
And awake in a mood that is as...

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Categories: allusion, animal, baptism, beauty, care, cheer up,
Form: Grook
Good 'N Wild
Good ‘n Wild with Bad ‘n Tame went awondering
On whimsical wings spinning together a tornado
Only exhaustion rested their reality of much ado
Don’t debated do, as wildly a passion conquered…

‘Never take on the wild for it...

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Categories: adventure,
Form: Grook
I Can Not Find the Words
I can't find the words,
And even if I could, would there be enough words,
To describe, 
To my scribe.
What I feel when I look at the news on my computer,
Before I become a commuter,
And find picture...

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Categories: abuse, age, analogy, angst, anxiety, baptism, education,
Form: Grook
A Texas Size Problem
One of the most gallant stands of courage and                          ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: humor, political, satire, science, truth,
Form: Grook
Longing For the Unknown
It's always intangibles that draw me, sleepily

into another trackless landscape 

reaching from my mind, out to a dry horizon

that obscures each fleeing fragment

of that sense of home that I have cherished.

Its silence is the magnet....

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Categories: wisdom,
Form: Grook
The Greatest Is Love
The three fold chord not easily broken.               Faith hope and charity will never fail.       							...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, faith, hope, life, love, uplifting,
Form: Grook
Big Story Bout Lil Joe
Got a big story bout 
a little guy I know 
He stood four foot six, 
and he said I gotta go 
I gotta go 
He was a little short 
but he didn't give...

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Categories: blue, , cute,
Form: Grook