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Rambunctious Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Earth's Porch, Sunny, Sweet Summer Breeze, Sonnet number VI of XII Robert Lindley Sonnet Sonnet rambunctious, deep, earth, imagery, life,
Premium Member Poem The Old Stream And Seasons Past Susan Ashley Free verse Free verse rambunctious, age, appreciation, life, seasons,
Ravens Kristie Raburn Blank verse Blank verse rambunctious, america, animal, bird, morning,
Premium Member Poem The Karma of Pharma Winged Warrior Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, abuse, anxiety, drug,
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Premium Member Poem Fiery Carrot Top Kyla Bressler Blank verse Blank verse rambunctious, strength,
Piece De Resistance Lauded matthew harris Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme rambunctious, age, birthday, father son,
Premium Member Poem Really Been Rambunctious James Horn Limerick Limerick rambunctious, allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem Aardvarks Often Bubble Vicariously Caren Krutsinger ABC ABC rambunctious, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Wind Tom Wright Free verse Free verse rambunctious, wind,
Premium Member Poem Sleaze Bag Who Has Been Inescapable James Horn Couplet Couplet rambunctious, allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem The Forgiveness Of A Child Carol Connell Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse rambunctious, anger, child, forgiveness, jesus,
Premium Member Poem Spiritualist -Signs of Souls Winged Warrior Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, conflict, dark, lost, pain,
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Premium Member Poem Run Down Blues Duncan R. M. Ferguson Lyric Lyric rambunctious, hope, rain, rainbow, society,
Within My Quasi Immediate Environs number 1 matthew harris Free verse Free verse rambunctious, 10th grade, 11th grade,
My Wittle Wrascal Jackie VanWagner Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, animal, death, emotions, pets,
Faces In The Train Christine Phillips Narrative Narrative rambunctious, anxiety, city, conflict, deep,
Premium Member Poem A Tree Filled With Doves Kevin Lawrence Free verse Free verse rambunctious, bird,
Premium Member Poem Took Tour of Trump Brain James Horn Limerick Limerick rambunctious, allegory, analogy,
Iam Buck King with Pent Tame Eater Re matthew harris Free verse Free verse rambunctious, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Premium Member Poem Thinking Of You Eve Roper Senryu Senryu rambunctious, 6th grade, birthday, daughter,
Premium Member Poem Ascend Jeff Kantor Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, magic, mystery, nature,
Premium Member Poem The Toughest Teacher of All Caren Krutsinger Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, appreciation,
Premium Member Poem Minuanetta-Black Hole Beauty Winged Warrior Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, conflict, emotions, mental illness,
Premium Member Poem A Vernal Journal Nina Parmenter Monorhyme Monorhyme rambunctious, nature, seasons, spring,
Premium Member Poem When In Hell Do as the Demons Do Winged Warrior Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, dark, dream, night,
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Premium Member Poem The Gift Carol Connell Prose Prose rambunctious, 12th grade, 8th grade ,
Premium Member Poem A Follow Up Jack Ellison Limerick Limerick rambunctious, dream,
Premium Member Poem WHAT'S REALLY GOING ON RESPONSE Michael E. Harris Free verse Free verse rambunctious, freedom, identity, image, life,
Premium Member Poem I Need A Vacation Julie Leigh Rodeheaver Free verse Free verse rambunctious, how i feel, stress,
Sugar High DM Babbit Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, candy, kid, sweet,
Premium Member Poem Tattered Game Ball Eve Roper Tanka Tanka rambunctious, baseball, chicago, children, nostalgia,
Premium Member Poem BAPTISM OF DUCKS Kim Rodrigues Limerick Limerick rambunctious, humor, sea,
Premium Member Poem By Dead of Night Winged Warrior Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, abuse, conflict, family,
Year 2: ADHD Belle Greenberg Free verse Free verse rambunctious, age, dad, growing up,
Pondering Julie Hosier Free verse Free verse rambunctious, life,
A Sonnet To Growing Older Mario Vitale Free verse Free verse rambunctious, absence, america, animal, anxiety,
Premium Member Poem Write Some Limericks James Horn Limerick Limerick rambunctious, allegory, analogy,
Premium Member Poem Bee Careful Carol Connell Haiku Haiku rambunctious, child, childhood, flower, humor,
Premium Member Poem The Crowd That Is Me - Mental Hospital 4 Darren White Prose Poetry Prose Poetry rambunctious, angst, anxiety, humorous, mental
Toot That Horn Donald Martin Bailes ABC ABC rambunctious, political,
Abducted on The Bridge Christine Phillips Free verse Free verse rambunctious, community, courage, creation, deep,
Premium Member Poem INSPIRATION OF CHILDHOOD Kim Rodrigues Free verse Free verse rambunctious, children, , cute,
Ronald Rump matthew harris Alliteration Alliteration rambunctious, allusion, analogy, confusion, crazy,
The Cockerel Joseph Jeremiah Naye Free verse Free verse rambunctious, allegory, animal, bird,
Premium Member Poem Monorhyme-TwoTiming Time Winged Warrior Monorhyme Monorhyme rambunctious, journey, life, time,
Queen Crow Crow thepoet Free verse Free verse rambunctious, love, romance, time, today,
Happiness Mike Hauser Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, humor, inspirational,
constipation Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? rambunctious,
Hiding ilene bauer Rhyme Rhyme rambunctious, writing,
Premium Member Poem History of WinWin Politics Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry Prose Poetry rambunctious, family, health, humanity, humor,

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Rambunctious Poem Example

Don't tell my heart how to write

In a world where we are constantly told how we should do this and that, 
we must learn to thank them for their opinions…but, to listen to our own 
hearts and THINK for ourselves. 

There is a difference between guidance & being told what to do; where 
opinions are sometimes, sadly, just glorified pre-judgments in hiding. In this 
world today, more than ever, we must stand our ground and water our seeds 
with our own heartbeats. 

Because in the time one could spend listening to loud/louder/loudest opinions 
of why one should or shouldn’t do it someone else's way, one could have 
already done it their own way. Always move in the direction of time:  
Forward

...

Another herd of evaporated soliloquies
Flashing warning signs of good-will
Unto the lost

The deaf
The mute
The righteously blind

They simply ask for a sip of strenuous cognac
To lighten regurgitated burdens

Yet, throats become condensed with 
Good intentions
Under a cratered moon, afflicted with two-faced vertigo

How can one stand in the face of adversity
When our legs are kicked from the same foundations
That opinion’s high court built

How can I be told to write with syllabic serenity
When a rambunctious rhyme 
Would be the socialized death of me

“Guided” by educated parchments, recycled without signatures

…

If poetry is freedom,
Why do critics scream in beer-battered rings of opulent contradictions?

If poetry is freedom,
How is one frowned upon for speaking the word of Life, the word of God

The same God who told us to speak upon epiphanies’ climactic pain
Towards the same “heaven”,
They swear,
They’ll arrive at.

©Drake J. Eszes 

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