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Messages Poems - Poems about Messages

Messages Poems - Examples of all types of poems about messages 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 messages.
Premium Member Eternal Flames Honoring Nature
...Written: September 25, 2023 __________________________________________________________ Deep in the realm of nature, a raging inferno A power that was blazing for eons, a volcano It ......Read More
Categories: messages, analogy, creation, fire, history,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Sub-jug-ation
... Sub-jug-ation, We are as a nation. From the tops of our knitted hair, To the nails placed everywhere. Head, ears, eyes, and toes, We set off metal detectors with a twist. Su......Read More
Categories: messages, 12th grade, encouraging, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member this is why I say nothing if asked what I'm thinking
...The twisting and turning snatches of light are back on the wall I can't decypher them - they don't have messages within There's more to be known from snatches of caught words than prepared words ......Read More
Categories: messages, extended metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Staring into different spaces
...The embers flash like lightening strikes Ash floats weightlessly Flames dance and caress Smoke teases your lungs There's longing in the flames Safely stowed Posing no threat Crackling Tomorr......Read More
Categories: messages, fire,
Form: Free verse
... We both found tenners at our own happy diversions- mine on a jog, she with her boyfriend walking. She waves passing in her yellow mini the very moment she’s crossing my mind. Anoth......Read More
Categories: messages, anxiety, extended metaphor, friendship,
Form: Rhyme

To him who overcomes Revelations 2:17 part one
...Revelations 2: 17 To Him who over comes He that has an ear, let him hear what the Spirit says to the churches. I will give him some of the hidden manna. I will also give him a white stone with a......Read More
Categories: messages, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Narrative
They'll be daffodils at your grave
...They'll be daffodils at your grave. And when they're grown and have blossomed; when they're warmed by an appricot-colored sun, I'll admire their smiles and stiff yellow collars. But I'll f......Read More
Categories: messages, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Leave a message
...I sent you a text to tell you I'm not feeling well But you have not replied have read it yet I can't tell. I phoned your house to tell you I'm feeling really sick But I have to leave a messag......Read More
Categories: messages, mental health,
Form: Free verse
A Tiny Discovery
...I hadn't seen you for a year or more We walked along the country ways The grass was long and dry, unhewn The day was warm, the day was cool As clouds traversed the naked sky ......Read More
Categories: messages, animal, i love you,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The End of Summer
... “The End of Summer” In those days they watched for signs in the heavens numbers connected the ways that weighted the scales written in the stars a woman gave......Read More
Categories: messages, humanity, religion, science fiction,
Form: Narrative
False Dreams
...When everyone else is talking and talking… And then something happens… And then they talk about that thing that just happened. And they all turn to me and ask what I think? And I try to ......Read More
Categories: messages, anxiety, mental illness,
Form: Free verse
The Sea Cave
...All words and wonder, wobbling copper green Foam and guano floating In the sea cave’s lee A flock of gannets raucous on a rocky pile And the ever-growing echo as the men came by Climbed......Read More
Categories: messages, adventure, dream, love, magic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pluck a Poet
...Loves me, Loves me not? Loves me, Loves me not? Plucking petals is biased, as most flowers have 5 petals! Counting the fingers and toes of a poet, is ever so biased as well! My dear, do you pluc......Read More
Categories: messages, angst, poems, poetess, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member He never was of the pharisee's cloth
...A man called Jesus, worked and taught hated for no Reason, gives me thought? Betrayed by those He was To save, the men of cloth spat in his face, He was tortured killed and placed in a rich mans gr......Read More
Categories: messages, betrayal, celebration, christian, education,
Form: Verse
... May we be blessed to acknowledge all the wonders in our life that have, for us, thus far accrued… and to begin each day with a word of thanks… and thoughts of gratitude. Today I’m thankful ......Read More
Categories: messages, bird,
Form: Rhyme

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