Ought Poems - Poems about Ought
Ought Poems - Examples of all types of poems about ought 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 ought.
ought, angst, anxiety, appreciation, beautiful,
Another emerging conscious thought
Another chance to do, not ought
Another opening of the eye
Another death......Read More
Vindictive And Chivalrous
ought, analogy, appreciation, confusion, death,
...On that glorious evening, don't sleep subtly.
Utterly, prime-age ought to portray a furious fire.
Rage for the waning daylight with ferocity.
Even if bold people realize the terribl......Read More
ought, 12th grade, death, deep,
...r to flee this world of soil and seas;
The essence of ambition in arts and the past hunger
Thrives upon the people it ought never to please.
Though this ether's murmur couldn't go on any longer,
It was becoming grim to pull off a convin......Read More
100 years on
ought, history, memorial, military, remembrance
Form: Free verse
...ng sorrowful and feeling down
The best thing you can do is show your support
Words from Brigadier Marriot " Do as you ought"
Bow your head when you hear that bugle play
Stand still and watch those on parade this Rememberance Day
CHRISTian Dating: 7 months to separate those who LUST from those who LOVE
ought, anti bullying, appreciation, child
...in a church that honors Jesus Christ as God on earth (according to the Bible,) will reveal if he honors the lady as he ought. In South Africa, we have an epidemic of GBV - gender based violence - that's wiping out large numbers of females ......Read More
ought, birth, desire, destiny, dream,
...Reborn here now without baggage;
moving on was my dawning thought.
The torn, fear the clout; the salvage.
We like tatty. Not what we ought.
A new horizon full of hues.
ought, 7th grade, boy, snow,
...The windowsill collects the snow.
When will it stop? I cannot know.
The truth seeps in - I should not go
I ought to do as I've been told -
my mother's voice begins to scold:
"Some folks have gotten ill from cold,
My eldest sister Amelie Beth
ought, adventure, autumn, beautiful, brother,
Form: Free verse
...eople out, crane flies
pose absolutely zero harm
to bipedal hominids i.e. Homo sapiens.
Detriment to human beings
ought not serve as benchmark
to assess purposefulness regarding
all creatures large and small,
rhetorical question co......Read More
No Air Conditioning for this Family of Ten
...g person said.
But a new child in this family was just another to be fed
We don’t need another mouth, mama unkindly thought
The others seven children knew to do what they ought
In these rooms, seven children tried their best to please......Read More
Search me, Oh Lord
ought, bible, christian,
...Search me, O God, and know my heart: try me, and know my thoughts:
And see if there be any wicked way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting - Psalm 139:23-24
Search me, oh......Read More
...One look at a map ought to have shown
What politicians ought to have known
Yet not one would say
Its foolish to lay
Oil pipeline in an......Read More
ought, 10th grade,
...on the neck,
To drink my blood.
Oh! Heck. I'm a wreck.
All my sense of reason left,
I am bereft,
Of a logical thought.
To go and see.
I wish I had company.
I creep gingerly downstairs,
Fervently saying prayers,
They Write Themselves Up
ought, word play,
...eaving their tracks.
I pick up the pen, and one coughs “Here comes one of the hacks.”
This makes me cringe, for I thought I ought to be in charge.
Who does she think she is? An admiral or a convoluted sarge?
The verbs began to gather ......Read More
ought, depression, emotions, feelings, loneliness,
Robbing him of the thrill of love.
Senses are hazy; Discerns are grey,
Awkward to think and process thought,
Taxing to act and testing to pray,
Void of nerve to do what he ought.
Cries in his cup of bitter darkness,
Bring Me Home
ought, angst, anxiety, bereavement, christian,
...ed another kiss
But, forsaken I am and yet to thrive.
I can’t seem to muster strength
To ask for the help I know I ought to,
But perhaps in this stretch, this length
Of life’s rope won’t hang me too long.
Bring me home to a place ......Read More