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Ransacking Poems

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List of Ransacking Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Bloody Oriskany, Part II David Welch Narrative ransacking, america, conflict, freedom, hero,
The Comedy House II: The Rats Adeyemi Joshua Political Verse ransacking, africa,
Writer's Block Craig Mahler Free verse ransacking, confusion, irony,
Premium Member Poem God and Me Geoffrey Brewer Rhyme ransacking, philosophy,
SCAVENGERS Sidney Beck Imagism ransacking, dark, metaphor,
Premium Member Poem The Secret of Quality Is Love Robert Ronnow Verse ransacking, age, betrayal, love, memory,
Premium Member Poem Soul Stance River - 19 Justin Bordner Epic ransacking, adventure,
Pirates Michael Alexander Free verse ransacking, introspection,
Freedom in Death Justin Debrosse Free verse ransacking, courage, death,
Enchanted Death Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen Triolet ransacking, angst, death, fantasy, sweet,

by Michael Poyntz
i never knew
 love could hurt you
through and through
ransacking your very core
shattering the truth of trust
the weight of a single teardrop  
can take the...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacking, lost love

Pawns played poorly
by Steve Voorhees
People aren't pawns...pushed to places strategically
but the more I seem to disagree....with this pawnscape, politically
My stomach sours watching a globe played like games of "Risk"

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacking, philosophy, warsad,

i knew you hungry
by rachel hart
FRAGILE - bold word ;;
illiterate & disturbed coming
& going unheard, ransacking
looking for a something not
here (long gone) take me,
take me where you fell,
so i can...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacking, allegory, angst, life, loss,

Cross Roads
by Bernadette Langer
The year was Ten Ninety Five, 
Christianity by decree.
Off to the Holy Land men were sent, 
to set all Christians free.

Peter the Hermit was first...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: ransacking, history, people, places,