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Nuclei Poems | Examples of Nuclei Poetry

Nuclei Poems. Below are examples of poems about nuclei. This list of poetry about nuclei is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of nuclei poetry. This list of works about nuclei is a great resource for examples of nuclei poems and show how to write poems about nuclei. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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List of Nuclei Poems

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Premium Member Poem Contingent Rhoda Monihan Tail-rhyme nuclei, body, future, health, rights,
Premium Member Poem Seraphical Soul Sparks Winged Warrior Rhyme nuclei, creation, devotion, emotions,
INFRALITY THE HUMAN CONDITION Heath Mason Free verse nuclei, destiny, fate, science, universe,
Premium Member Poem Nuclear Family Issues Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry nuclei, environment, family, humor, science,
Premium Member Poem Galaxy and the Logos: White Wolf Narrative nuclei, universe,
burlesquing a bohemian scaramouche Paloma P Burlesque nuclei, allegory, confusion, crazy, hyperbole,
Premium Member Poem Self Actualization Winged Warrior Acrostic nuclei, analogy, destiny, philosophy,
Self Actualization Supraja Kannan Acrostic nuclei, courage, growing up,
Premium Member Poem Starry Starry Night Winged Warrior Rhyme nuclei, creation, imagination, journey, space,
Universe Anisha Dutta Haibun nuclei, appreciation, science, universe,

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Zero-Souled Consciousness
by Gerald Dillenbeck
In a surprise announcement today,
President Plan B Sandman's EcoMinster of Economics
translated bicamerally balanced ecologic
into "Full-Budda Bilateral Consciousness."

Curiously, 
rather than presenting metaphysical support,
he seems to offer...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, culture, deep, environment, identity,

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OUR UNI-SONG
by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser
OUR UNI-SONG

If only you are near, 
  dear, how I'd like to stay here
You are so special,
   my core nuclei among all...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, feelings, love, sweet,

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I AM HARMONICA DEONTIA BALDWIN
by Verlena S. Walker
I AM HARMONICA DEONTIA BALDWIN!

Somebody said Harmonica Baldwin was a smart child.
That she would grow into her womanhood and set the world afire.
Her characteristics inform...

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Lay | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, beautiful, celebration, character, emotions,

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BODY TALK
by Olive Eloisa Guillermo - Fraser
Bombarded daily by multiple different stimuli
Good! dynamic neurons doesn't easily die

The brain dependable enough to interpret
Though sometimes headache starts to threat

Red uni-nuclei spheres active and...

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Imagism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, beautiful, body, imagery, inspiration,

Never Are Two Alike
by Joey Foto
never are two alike.

wafting to and fro with gentle breeze,
a dancing ballerina the twirling flake, 
motion with vicissitude it sings,
the vapor, the crystal performs.

in costume...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, december, moon, poetry, snow,

The Essence of All Life
by kevin leake
Gazing upon a crystal lake
Shimmering light of reflections
Painting a picture of me, inside
Shadowing my, imperfections


Skimming a pebble across its face
Bouncing along, ripples create
Finally, sinking beneath...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, water,

QUANTUM PHYSICS
by Suzette Richards
A is for atom, the smallest particle of an element which we could observe
B is for B Physics, the study of particles containing the *bottom...

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Abecedarian | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, science, planet,

THE BABY HAS GROWN
by SILA MUTHOKA

Grown? Yes. 
Big and proficient
Religion the father of being
Old-coming the days prior
To all flesh heard of
Then was a baby born
Born on palms, crying and writhing
Without...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, religion, home, child, home,

Atomic faults
by Jayne Eggins
Your cupped hands
held a globe, and


when your fingers
slackened,
I fell away to
darkness, feeding
on plankton,
gasping air
through a thousand
miles of sand,
the sadness thundered
against chambers 
of my heart
threatening to
wash...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: nuclei, imaginationme,