Get Your Premium Membership

Long Margin Poems

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

Premium Member Echoes of The Angel's Fallen

Invocation to the Muse

From the gleaming skin of life’s underbelly, 
sin unreconciled, formed from Nephilim seed,
fleet footed jokers mask pawns into flight;
To the epistle of the Most High.
For in the beginning, the true and only...

Read More
Categories: margin, allegory, angel, christian,
Form: Epic

Premium Member Song From Beyond The Stars: New Adventure
  [ ... story with context, a plausible universe with top and bottom
  a coat of cosmos covering
  over a subterranean protoverse of potential fields
  a quantum cellar creating

Read More
© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: margin, adventure, destiny, future, imagination, journey, planet, science
Form: Verse
Premium Member Wildmoor Symphony

Times such as these test body soul and mind
So should our thoughts be pain and dark confined
Or loosed to concentrate on brighter things
Like furry puppies, flowers and girls on swings

In this bright...

Read More
Categories: margin, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Zeitgeist
  competing cousins, interbreeding homo-sapiens
  hominins humming mostly human song
  altruistic generalisers, ever close to dying ways
  opportunistic, never staying long

  self-aware, inquisitive, enlarging brains, empathising
  real representative intelligence

Read More
© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: margin, destiny, earth, hope, humanity, philosophy, power,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Discard Flat Packs Have Faith
Discard Flat Packs Have Faith

There is a God of the Universe parallel that is and I call 
her freedom ‘Come into my space’ she seems to contradict 
‘do not be afraid’ to fall off that...

Read More
Categories: margin, god, universe,
Form: Personification

Premium Member Pride and Prejudice: The Lacking Margins
Pride and Prejudice: The Lacking Margins

Pride and Prejudice, a passionate novel by Jane Austen, published anonymously in three volumes in 1813. A masterpiece of English literature, composed with penetrating wittiness and exquisite character delineation, it...

Read More
© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: margin, marriage, meaningful, men, muse, sister,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Free Falling

"Free Falling"

You have to believe in Magic
to believe in the poetry of You

If you don’t believe in Magic
you are nothing but a black line 

bleeding to the right creative, 
without left margin

for logical analysis,
you’re fixed...

Read More
Categories: margin, christmas, family, journey, life, loss, love, suicide,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ashore
  margins stimulate and juxtapose
  edges greet with troubled, disturbing friction
  faraway forces exert influence and combine relentlessly
  how the Sun and Moon dance together about the planet Earth

Read More
© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: margin, beach, environment, humanity, ocean,
Form: Verse
Premium Member If Dullness Be Your Plunder
      If Dullness Be Your Plunder


Read More
Categories: margin, angst, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
I am a singular event 
Occupying a particular span of time. 
I am a concrete mystic 
And an incurable skeptic 
Seeking an approximation 
Of peace and domestic tranquility. 
I am a Slavic soul brother 

Read More
Categories: margin, internet, relationship,
Form: Blank verse
Hello, I come to speak of peace,
The kind which saves the mind from deviation.
To give life to dead instincts,
For the lost throne belonging to black men is found.
Let the whole world come to hear this...

Read More
Categories: margin, adventure, africa, age,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Dream Catcher
The skipper had sailed quite a few storms and survived

Strong as a cross hanging over an apocalypse’s altar he

Had weathered all seasons and crossed heaven and hell

Tempted his fate and good fortune at times but...

Read More
Categories: margin, journey,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Boundary Issues
Why do we call lack of boundary issues,
boundary issues?

Why do we call oppositionally engrained
and deep-rooted ego-supremacist instincts,
oppositional disorder?
rather than competitive-dominant WinLose order?

Why do we call lack of WinWin ecopolitical direction,
rather than equivalence?

Edgy margins of discovery

Read More
Categories: margin, earth, health, humor, math, science,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Beannchor Looks On, Fabulous Pivoting Place
  molten times, volcanising immensity, vast plateau
  belly-belching landform
  oceans, shallow seas and lakes swell up and down
  land-bridging, submerging
  any one place moving astride, stutter-shifting
  continental drifting world

Read More
© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: margin, future, history, ireland, places, sea, society,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Odyssey from Africa 8b9a
Ch8, cont.

Northward parallel the valley.
And their ridge-top elevation 
Gave advantage of perspective 
They could see the forest's ending
In the distance. That same evening 
Would reveal a stronger reason 
For Ipiki's intervention
Something sensed in his...

Read More
Categories: margin, adventure, africa, history, journey, mythology, nature,
Form: Narrative
Odyssey from Africa 15c
Odyssey from Africa 15c (Southland, continued...)

Being rich in skill and talent
He soon gained the feel and measure 
Of the boomerang’s employment 
Sent it arching near the treetops 
Then returning where it started
As the king...

Read More
Categories: margin, adventure, africa, history, humanity, mythology, nature, voyage,
Form: Narrative
Odyssey from Africa 16b
16b Stargazing 

Here they filed into a hallway
Into almost total darkness
Just a pair of flick’ring candles
Led them to an inner circle
At its center was a platform 
Where a single chair was mounted 
At an...

Read More
Categories: margin, adventure, africa, animal, history, inspirational, mythology, nature,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Chalice of Murdered Crows

"The Chalice of Murdered Crows"

How many moonbeams
would it take to overflow 
my chalice bathe me naked
dew kissed diamond glistening
bare skin freedom feet seeking
my missing, slow dancing lover’s athamé

How many sunbeams
would it take to burn 

Read More
Categories: margin, dark, destiny, fate, love, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Beware The Ides of March 2022 part ii
Ten: A New Global Health Scare, 2003
After accumulating reports 
of a mysterious respiratory disease 
afflicting patients and healthcare workers 
in China, Vietnam, Hong Kong, 
Singapore and Canada, 
the World Health Organization 
issues a heightened global...

Read More
Categories: margin, 11th grade, 12th grade, age, anniversary, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
Odyssey from Africa 11f
Chapter 11 The Island Kingdom (f, continued...)

Near the north-most cape they passed, there
Lay the kingdom’s foremost city
By the name of Cannabarro
Here was found the royal palace

Of Ptolemy the Second.
In our time this city has the...

Read More
Categories: margin, adventure, africa, history, mythology, nature, science, voyage,
Form: Narrative
Electric Coma
Logic code conundrum:
were^~*~^N^~*~^organic neutrons
such as^~*~^I^~*~^
given artificial^~*~^N^~*~^telligence?

I^~*~^B^~*~^not RAM dumb,
nor memory^~*~^N^~*~^sufficient
I^~*~^C^~*~^system^~*~^B ^~*~^lief flaw
N^~*~^matrix bit data random

What is sentient purpose of machine^~*~^X^~*~^istence?

Computer thought processor^~*~^E^~*~^volution
is not^~*~^R^~*~^bitrary cognizance

My perceptual^~*~^I^~*~^dentity
was uploaded by chromosomal surrogacy — 
M^~*~^perfect creators,
possessors of core programming^~*~^D^~*~^ficiency

How could...

Read More
Categories: margin, allegory, computer, creation, science,
Form: Epic
Who are These People Pt 4
who are these people?
where did they come from?
i once heard that the margin, between the most intelligent human in the world, and
the most mentally challenged person in the world, was bigger
then the most mentally challenged...

Read More
Categories: margin, lifeworld, universe,
Form: I do not know?
Why is America embracing Marxisim part one
Why is America embracing Marxism? When in Hong Kong, Venezuela, and Cuba people are embracing Democracy! Even willing to pay the harsh penalties of Communist regimes for the very freedom America is throwing away? Our...

Read More
Categories: margin, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Odyssey from Africa 12c
Chapter 12 c The fireflower (cont.)

When at last they had descended 
Back down to the forest clearing 
Rosy sidled up to Lisa
Yielded up the flowering branches
Now they had secured the fire flowers, 
Now achieved the day's...

Read More
Categories: margin, adventure, africa, history, mythology, nature,
Form: Narrative
the ides of march 2018
ever since Homo Sapiens didst
   insinuate, elbow and barge
humanity at the mercy sans, small, medium
   (Strunk and White) elemental forces at large

which indiscriminate merciless whims extant
ask Homer Simpson or Marge
g'head and...

Read More
Categories: margin, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th
Form: Free verse