Numeric Poems | Examples of Numeric Poetry

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


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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
rigid code of obsessions matthew harris Didactic numeric, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Alaphabet of poetry Anna Hopper Abecedarian numeric, poetry,
Premium Member Poem Winning Health For All Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse numeric, beauty, caregiving, culture, health,
Premium Member Poem Succeeding Days Gerald Dillenbeck Free verse numeric, age, health, loss, love,
Premium Member Poem DualDark Matters Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry numeric, beauty, humanity, humor, math,
Premium Member Poem 2020 ReVolution Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse numeric, beauty, culture, earth, health,
Eight Mark Martin Verse numeric, poems, poetry,
Anti-Apotheosis Trey Hamner Rhyme numeric, bible, metaphor, religious, riddle,
Rain Dance Passion Eye Free verse numeric, appreciation, baptism, blessing, inspiration,
To Be Inhaled Ir0nic ZiNk Free verse numeric, fun, senses,

the light
by matt mcqueeney
They Posess Power, They Posess Might
THE Chosen Enlightened, Those With Insight
BE Scared, BE Frightened...Their Senses Heightened
A Church OF Light
Anyplace, Anytime
Fear Their Weapon, They Cover ALL...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, conflict, corruption, dark, death,

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Kind Mind Blast
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Our topic for this morning
said Professor Glory
to her sleepy class of bicameral scholars,
is "Attraction v. Addiction to Peak Experiences."

Addictions are wanting more than attraction therapeutically...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, adventure, birth, change, community,

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World Wide Wisdom Web
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Wisdom, 
like the World Wide Web, 
derives from decomposing endosymbiotic (internal) cooperative-dominant evolution 
of biosystems as Beloved EcoSystems,
but Enlightenment, 
diastatic nondual consciousness, 
survives only co-arising...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, beauty, math, philosophy, political,

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Still Within Time
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Still within this beginning of Time,
Her Goddess planted
one Tree of Life and Death
regenerating cycles of RNA intelligence
and permaculture.

RNA was and is in and of this...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, beauty, culture, evil, language,

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Manifest Dual-Destiny
by Gerald Dillenbeck
When life enjoys our full inhale,
breathing in-formation,
Then dying purges through breathing out,
exhaling excarnation,
recessively oriented toward last breath,
precessively convexing (B. Fuller) back in Dia-Memory toward next...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, culture, education, math, philosophy,

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A Brave Soul Goes Home
by Gary Bateman
A Brave Soul Goes Home

No mortal power ever on this common earthly plane
Can call you back as Heaven makes its final gain.

You mind was one...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, bereavement, dedication, emotions, eulogy,

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Rhythmic Rainbow Revolution
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Memory of past,
imagination of mirrored future,
evolve dipolar octaves of functional form,
informating appositional contention,
encoded, and therefore neurally decoding,
recoding
reconnecting from past to future to past regenerators
implicate ordered...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, beauty, color, earth, math,

Static Perseverance
by Shane Rundle
All he can see is at the end of a pencil,
Sedated by a 3 inch piece of lead,
Self-portraits are of only a stencil,
A picture stains...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, childhood, class, education, freedom,

Dancing Numbers
by Earl Schumacker
            Dancing Numbers

Numbers dance in space upon the wall of distant nebulae
Lower digits do...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, dance, identity, image, life,

Numbers Subtract At Dawn
by Earl Schumacker
                  Numbers Subtract At Dawn
   ...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, change, conflict, discrimination, education,

It ain't nothing but a number
by Daniel Berg
Whats the difference between you and I?

A couple of years and the tears we cry,

I say hello and you say goodbye.

Nothing different about the way...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, lost love, love, philosophy,

A Fool's Account
by Gabrielle Wolcott
Fraud and deception of the affluent eyes
Toss my purpose aside and let me hemorrhage humiliation
Drops of unappreciative pain plaster and soil black  
Cackles to...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, allegory

A Little Too Far South
by Jesus Manriquez
Prevented by chains of numeric organization
Ready for more but only stuck in contemplation

Just like a soldier told “Stay at your station”
Liberty and justice, now that’s...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, political, sad, urban, time,

hope you enjoyed
by shawn gorsick
I hope you have enjoyed my words from transcended
Being,  life and energy translated into spoken word
And metaphors, which is plural cause their mended
Constantly wilded...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, allegorywords,

I failed to distinct
by Daljit Khankhana
When I were a child,
I never imagined who pays for my feed.
My fellows sometimes whispered,
God feeds to everyone.
But always,
When my dad comes late night home,
He...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: numeric, caregiving, devotion, imagination, inspirational,



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