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Rancour Poems | Examples of Rancour Poetry

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

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List of Rancour Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
antiChrist Chime Justice Ndubuisi Free verse rancour, atheist, beach, faith, freedom,
Brexit Sonnet 1 - I Never Worried Keith Murphy Sonnet rancour, political,
Premium Member Poem Urbane Disdain Geoffrey Brewer Rhyme rancour, cool,
For your speculative mind Anoucheka Gangabissoon Rhyme rancour, hate, judgement, love,
TO THE LAW: Henry Ategie Ballad rancour, art,
Granny's Treasures Balveen Cheema Free verse rancour, appreciation, care, emotions, grandmother,
Splinter colin mitchell williams Free verse rancour, loneliness, loss,
Premium Member Poem The Silent Killer Thomas Mansfield Verse rancour, cancer, death, life,
Letting Go Denise Morgan Prose rancour, heart, pain,
Lucifer Abimbola Mosobalaje Davis Epic rancour, allusion,

The ignoble monarch
by Daniel Femi-Alemede
I checked my last two poems
Then I searched for understanding
But then I realised the love

The poem allows for ignorance
The lack of understanding
The disobedience of language
Its...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, innocence,

FELIFES
by victor okechukwu
Your words were hurting
Provoking and mean
More of torture than loving,
So I thought as a teen.
The rod of admonition you never spared,
Consistent though I was rebellious.
In...

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Heroic Couplets | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, adventure, assonance, baptism, beauty,

London Town
by EdwardJ Clark
In London Town he was born and bred,
A ramshackle abode down Popham St.
In Queens' Cottages hunger was he fed,
In London Town he was left for...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, abuse,

Australia Vet
by jan oskar hansen
Australia vet.

On a farm that has ten hundred sheep a lamb has a broken leg.
our intrepid vet is on his way to save it. He...

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Choka | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, angel, beauty, bird, birth,

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When Three Cousins Played
by Thomas Mansfield
Three cousins played a “game’ of war
A map of Europe spread across the floor
No adults there to keep the score
As each of them wanted more...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, war,

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Three states of the same nape Translation of Etiemble s Trois etats d'une seule nuque by T Wignesan
by T Wignesan
Three states of the same nape, Translation of Etiemble’s Trois états d’une seule nuque by T. Wignesan

(End-rhyme scheme: ababacac//abab//ababaccddddddd// )


Nape no 1

Since so many lovers...

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Dramatic monologue | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, love hurts,

3 Dimensions
by Kelechi Iheanachor
In company, 
Amidst friends cum acquaintances,
Conversations of barrenness,
Chattering lips uttering programmed responses,
Smiling faces concealing bitter hearts, 
Prejudiced minds feigning solidarity,
Rancour concealed in laughter,
Grudges obscured by...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, sleep, voyage, prejudice,

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A New View, Translation of Carlos Bousono's poem: La nueva mirada
by T Wignesan
A New View, Translation of Carlos Bousono’s poem : La nueva mirada

(My own view of Carlos Bousono stems from a full academic year – from...

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Dramatic monologue | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, philosophy,

Savour the Moment
by Ramesh Deshpande
Time and tide wait for none, it is said
It is a true and a wise statement indeed
Forget the dead past and fears of future
Savour the...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, inspirational,

Omalicha - Beautiful one
by Charles Nwokoye
She is a complete woman 
Filled with elegance
Trod the landscape in grace
In her presence devoid of rancour
A blessing from mother-nature
...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, tribute,

The Pauper
by Sumit Majumdar
THE PAUPER


Bent and frail, the old man stood
Seeking alms only when in need of food
Without any whining to gain sympathy
But an upturned palm and a...

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Dramatic monologue | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, life,

Peace On Earth
by olusegun Arowolo
Peace on earth I cherish so much without doubt
Even if rancour exist between many nations
Active participation in peace talks brings about
Cumulative efforts to end external...

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Acrostic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, peace, people, peace, peace,

Illusion
by anupriya jabbal
I dreamt a dream that you weren't there
I figured in some little ways
a rattle of emotions giving us a stare,

A sting of faded love comes...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, lost love, passion, romance,

SORE LOSERS
by romeo naces
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In tight contests, 
rivals flash sour,
scheming smiles 
of ignominies.

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Tail-rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, sports

The Most Bitter Wine
by Christina Larmon
Sour grapes make for the most 
bitter wine.
I drink from it daily

Seeing lives I wish to lead
Moments I wish were mine
Familiarity breeds contempt
Brewing this hatred...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, uplifting

Analysis (Election 2010)
by L'nass Shango
Against the castles walls tonight
The broken assemblage of squires and knights
Dance around the damsel in delight
Her distress dispersing dreamers into fights

This America deserves a better...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, political

CONCEIVE
by David Byrne
Living is inconceivable to me
As everything I try to understand
Defies no matter what the theories grand
Conceiving is the possibility.
Consider somewhat rather than no thing
Impossible quagmire,...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, philosophy

For Mother
by David Smalling
Now fades the crimson into night
Now still the sighing wood doves
Song, welcome the twinkling light
Through tears of so long. Time moves

Like a shadow and yet...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, deathfaith,

Missing
by denis bruce
Last seen in the newspaper shop.Susan.Susan
Deakin.About 11am.Small blonde girl of eight.
An impassive constable was recording the statements
Inwardly weary with the usual hysteria.
Inwardly quailing at the...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rancour, angst, childhood, family, mystery,