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List of Ransacked Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Armageddon Terry Flood Rhyme ransacked, christmas, december,
Premium Member Poem Writing Healthy Copy Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse ransacked, art, change, color, culture,
Dialect Tickle Matt Arial Hiz im 1st sentence matthew harris Free verse ransacked, 11th grade, 8th grade,
Premium Member Poem Take Me to your Leader Gershon Wolf Rhyme ransacked, anxiety, death, longing, loss,
Noticed Your Tribulations -part 1- J.W. Earnings Free verse ransacked, emotions, encouraging, endurance,
A Dream Died A Dreadful Death john sensele Free verse ransacked, poems,
Bloody Oriskany, Part II David Welch Narrative ransacked, america, conflict, freedom, hero,
Premium Member Poem MINGLING AT THE ENTR'ACTE Line Gauthier Monorhyme ransacked, adventure, fantasy, games, murder,
Utopia Robert Lawson Blank verse ransacked, political,
Gangs Bette Bavington Villanelle ransacked, anxiety, life, loss, stress,

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EQUINOX HIBERNATION
by Brian Strand
Hear the weather
upon the roof,
Winter is a'coming:
As landscapes 
drowse
Autumn arrives
on the wind:
Wardrobes are
ransacked,
thermostats
turn red-
so earlier to bed...

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Pastoral | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, autumn,

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That Dark Day, Our Childhood Castle Was Felled
by Robert Lindley
That Dark Day, Our Childhood Castle Was Felled

Deed was dark, day of its felling
deafening that mighty crash!
Tragic this tale of the telling
thoughtless men, acting so...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, childhood, loss, love, memory,

Paper ghosts in an upside down world
by Mark Martin
Written words
Lines and verses
Poetry
Fragments of an author's soul
Frozen ink on paper
Entombed emotions
Imprisoned ideas
Trapped thoughts
Sentient silhouettes
Paper phantoms
Paper ghosts

School during a civil war
In six easy steps
A place...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, death, education, evil, nature,

Dialect Tickle Matt Arial Hiz im
by matthew harris
Courtesy of Marx (albeit Zeppo, Harpo, Groucho, and Chico) 
whose acts brought generations of laughter to Vaudeville and 
then the Silver Screen adlibbed, linkedin, and...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, adventure, celebrity, class, day,

friendship and wars
by jan oskar hansen
Friendship and wars

 The generation of today thing they live in a perilous time
I was born before the World War 2 when millions of 
civilians...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, addiction, allegory, anger, anxiety,

From Dark To Black
by Keith Bickerstaffe

From dark to black they staggered,
felt for familiar surfaces,
they groped, until the lantern flickered,
faint glow resurrecting shadows.

Cold and flaggy, floors uneven,
up and down they skittered
like...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, writing,

Memories from a Muddled Mind
by Brooklyn Willis
As I sit brooding over my tea I
picture once more the solemn
sight of a streetlamp going dim
the same beacon of hope that
previously fueled the ramblings
inside...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, age, childhood, fantasy, loss,

Bloodbath in Parliment
by Christine Phillips
Destiny stretches its twisted arms
patching together its wounded flesh
Mercy cries out with mere oblivion 
Watching it dragging  its impotent body
And slowly gasping  for...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, community, metaphor, places, political,

The ruling class have no class
by stephen pennell
It's all about myself and protecting my wealth 
I'm a Tory my dear , a Tory 
Paying less tax is all that I ask 
I'm...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, political,

From Dark To Black
by Keith Bickerstaffe
...inspired by 'Goodnight' by Seamus Heaney



From dark to black they staggered,
felt for familiar surfaces,
they groped, until the lantern flickered,
faint glow resurrecting shadows.

Cold and flaggy, floors...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, writing,

From Dark To Black
by Keith Bickerstaffe

...inspired by 'Goodnight' by Seamus Heaney

From dark to black they staggered,
felt for familiar surfaces,
they groped until the lantern flickered,
faint glow resurrecting shadows.

Cold and flaggy floors...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, writing,

life after suicide
by Kingson Ahaneku
LIFE AFTER SUICIDE

In our barrenness, mourning reigned in our bosom
Our wait conquered years, filled our bucket with tears.
My wife taught me to give up,
But Chidi’s...

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Elegy | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, death, father son,

Bell the cat, s'il vous plait
by Anindya Mohan Tagore
Terror takes its toll. Revenge makes humanity bleed - profusely. An elegy breaks the eerie silence. Sneaking suspicion fills the air. Wary eyes searches beliefs...

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Haibun | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, conflict, humanity, rights,

My Monster
by Balveen Cheema
My Monster

Every week on Good Friday I get restless
Palpitations rise for my week end disasters
A monster boldly barges into my silent abode
Depriving me of my...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, art, child, color, nursery

ransacked fragments of my heart
by Marty King
....then i realized the conclusion never ended
she broke my heart in 2000 places and never looked back
now i am part of the human collection of...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, heartbreak, heartbroken, hurt,

ECHOES OF DARKNESS PT 1
by mofe Onuwaje
Part 1 - Denial set the tone for my transgressions . It all began on this day , the day she decided to help with...

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Limerick | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, addiction, depression, loneliness, love,

From Dark To Black
by Keith Bickerstaffe

...inspired by 'Goodnight' by Seamus Heaney

From dark to black they staggered,
felt for familiar surfaces,
they groped, until the lantern flickered,
faint glow resurrecting shadows.

Cold and flaggy, floors...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, tribute, writing,

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Xenophobia- Target the Bird Not the Tree
by Funom Makama
Seems as a country full of saints and carriers of purity
as all crimes are interestingly attributed to outsiders
tagging them the influential teachers of immorality
yet such...

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Epic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, africa, anger, anti bullying,

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ON THE LEVEES OF TIME
by millard lowe
   ON THE LEVEES OF TIME…
   (APROPOS WHEN THE LEVEES BROKE)

When the levees broke…when the levees broke…
    ...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, america, betrayal, conflict, emotions,

my mind is at sea tonight
by Marty King
my mind is at sea tonight
my eyes are intentionally red from previous exposure to expired chlorine
i sink and omit all hints of solidified effort
this is...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacked, poetry,