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Mass Poems

Mass Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of mass poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for mass.

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Premium Member Welcome to The Big Top
Step right up, buy your ticket, wait in anticipation to see the show, the one beneath the tent that holds all the dreams I never wanted to be exposed
But now it’s time, I must share all that I have been...Read More
Categories: mass, anger, goodbye, loss, sad love,
Form: Rhyme



Still Standing
Standing across the street she would always pray the rosary
In the cold, rain and heat, among the bustle, there she would be
Women would come and women would go, but there she just prayed
A daily continuous flow, as on this woman's...Read More
Categories: mass, baby,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Morals from the Dung Beetle
In the open plains of African savanna 
Amidst its fields of fruits and bananas
A beetle races from its deep hiding
To gather more food for the morning!

A tiny black bug, glowing in the sand
It shoots across the sun-dried land
Busy pace and...Read More
Categories: mass, 11th grade, 12th grade, allegory, girlfriend, health,
Form: Rhyme
It Was The Night Before Christmas
Christmas is the day that holds all many drinkers together, they seem to think that by getting loaded on that sacred day an expected thing to do. It goes without saying the greed also comes into the reckoning. I cannot...Read More
Categories: mass, christmas,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member RABBIT MY FOVORITE

          RABBIT MY FAVORITE
                           ...Read More
Categories: mass, 8th grade, animal, appreciation,
Form: Free verse



Tongue :: Triple Lento


Pray…. ‘May God bless us to use tongue correctly’;
They say tongue is powerful force HE has given.
Say wise words carefully, it may bring joy or can be deadly;
Way of presentation of thought is an art, for rest to listen.

Do not...Read More
Categories: mass, faith, words,
Form: Lento
Another Mass Shooting
This time in Jersey City
Another mass murder 
Was it a hate crime? 
At least six souls have gone to meet their Maker 
Personally, I wish these horrors would stop happening 
The USA is a violent country 
And the killing took...Read More
Categories: mass, fear, hope, how i feel,
Form: Verse
The USA
indisputable power world’s protector,
supreme culture unequivocal intelligence;
abysmal guns killing uncalled for!

QUOTES

I just want everyone to know that 20,000 gun laws in the United States are unconstitutional. They infringe on your right to protect your life, the lives of your loved...Read More
Categories: mass, murder,
Form: Free verse
Stark realization, I harbor sacrilegious objection
Stark realization, I harbor sacrilegious objection...

Against merry christmas premature blowout,
(or otherwise) ejaculation galore burnout,
hence I feel like the odd man out
neither yours truly, nor the missus
spends money and/or
time at checkout

avoid madding crowds like the plague
elbowing, hustling, jostling,
pushing, racing, shoving...
seconds before...Read More
Categories: mass, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Free verse
Miklos Radnoti translations of Holocaust poems
Postcard 1
by Miklós Radnóti
written August 30, 1944
translated by Michael R. Burch
 
Out of Bulgaria, the great wild roar of the artillery thunders,
resounds on the mountain ridges, rebounds, then ebbs into silence
while here men, beasts, wagons and imagination all steadily increase;
the...Read More
Categories: mass, death, grave, holocaust, horror, humanity, memorial, world
Form: Free verse
Premium Member EMERALD BEAUTY
   EMERALD BEAUTY

    Mother Earth under cerulean sky
    dressed in green foliage with lush verdure,
    leafy feral vegetation.
    Glossy green grass in big mass growing in...Read More
Categories: mass, appreciation, green,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member TWAS THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS STUMBLING FALLEN SANTA-
Twas the night before Christmas;
As Mrs. Klaus was washing dinner dishes;
Santa is at the workshop;
He’s got a cold, sucking on cough-drop;

While walking through the snow;
Frozen his left foot pinky-toe;
Had too much cough syrup;
Was so dizzy leaving fell on reindeer stirrups?

Up...Read More
Categories: mass, analogy, christmas, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
I Kept On Walking
Of an august-like, autumn day:

I kept on walking
Bespoke in dust-coated
Check jacket,
Check pants,
Polo-neck jersey ...
I rambled destinationless:
A la les sapeur - 
The gods,
The directors,
Were focusing on me - 
Me the starring only
As

I kept on walking
In all my sartorial glory, consciously
Deadened unto...Read More
Categories: mass, august,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member BODY COUNT
The casualties rose
We couldn’t keep a body count
mass graves dotted the landscape

a toddler screaming
countless villages ablaze
unholy despot glories

nuclear seared ground
mustard gas permeates air
rancid poison is swallowed

no hiding spots found
drum tap of the machine guns
decimate remaining dreams
...Read More
Categories: mass, angst, war,
Form: Sedoka
Christmas
Christmas
a day of greed
A time for drunkenness
children spoiled rotten with expensive gifts
Those who are devout celebrate
goes for a midnight mass
all worshipping
Christmas



01/12/2019
A Red-Letter Day Rictameter Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: William Kekaula...Read More
Categories: mass, 10th grade, christmas,
Form: Rictameter
Premium Member THE LIGHTS OF CHRISTMAS


     

                The Lights of Christmas



So like a kaleidoscope, twinkle
this shivery night.
Bringing back memories of past
Christmas Eve delights.

For me, Midnight Mass...Read More
Categories: mass, beautiful, christian, christmas, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Christmas
                      Christmas
                 ...Read More
Categories: mass, appreciation, celebration, christmas, day, holiday,
Form: Rictameter
Premium Member Love Over Matter
Love Over Matter

A brain which is a mass of cells, 
Succumbs to what the heartbeat tells,
Who needs to use their 
Minds over molecules,
Rather become fools,
And so win jewels!
...Read More
Categories: mass, love,
Form: Rhyme
We The Loyal Kick Dog
we
the defeated being
in the slogan of conqueror

we
the dependent lame child
in the independent constitution

we
the blind activist voter
in the eye witness breast of sun

we
the wounded survivor
on the cured smiling of mass-leader

we
the rumor of political price hike
in the barren womb of onion

we
the loyal...Read More
Categories: mass, political,
Form: Free verse
A tribute to Gauri Lankesh
Her woes weren't on her life in siege 
But the forerunner of fate's besiege 
Her guts sensed an unknown chill
As faceless men stalked her in dark.

Speaking truth, half of men turn foes
Other half silent in fright of a regime,
A force...Read More
Categories: mass, courage, death, heartbreak, hero,
Form: Ode
Dimensions
In diversities do we find varieties 
Proving the infinity of The Creator.
For us these are but differences 
To raise the sword to kill and claim.
Unwise not to know truth of our lives
Every crooked line is straight in parts.

As clock marks...Read More
Categories: mass, god, life,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Prince's Barn
I must tell you of a yarn 
About the Prince’s barn 
It sits on a hill 
Overlooking an area where there was so much kill 

Today it is a place where one goes to find peace 
And think about their...Read More
Categories: mass, america, farm, god, grandchild, grandparents, military, war,
Form: Rhyme Royal
The Composition of Shadows
The Composition of Shadows
by Michael R. Burch

“I made it out of a mouthful of air.”—W. B. Yeats

We breathe and so we write; the night
hums softly its accompaniment.
Pale phosphors burn; the page we turn
leads onward, and we smile, content.

And what we...Read More
Categories: mass, writing,
Form: Sonnet
Bolivia 2019
And so the struggle continues: 

As reactionaries are led to the moral grave by the corpse of the dole,
And the peaceful march in hesitant resistance, 
And the unloved proffer fettered hearts, 
And unfettered hearts respond to loveless fury, 
And seeds...Read More
Categories: mass, conflict, history, lonely, lost love, love, violence,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Be Us The Sentinel
I sing to the Sun with a thousand songs to atone
For her loss of strength and glow that's faded thin
And has exiled the strength of her rightful throne
To convey the sunset in the demise of our children

I drift aimlessly with...Read More
Categories: mass, earth, environment, eulogy, forgiveness, garden,
Form: Rhyme