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Rational Poems | Examples of Rational Poetry

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List of Rational Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem A Rational Man Gary Smith Rhyme rational, desire, love, romance,
the years apart are nothing Eric Langenfeld Narrative rational, dedication, faith, friendship, memory,
Sojourn 1 eric ploscik Free verse rational, god, meaningful, philosophy, voyage,
Stoppage MAHTAB BANGALEE Free verse rational, how i feel, love,
Disappointed Devil Hood Das Fume And Fret matthew harris Free verse rational, 10th grade, 8th grade,
Premium Member Poem Good Advice Sandra Weiss Quatrain rational, appreciation, character, future, meaningful,
Premium Member Poem UnEarthly Earthy Ecstasy Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse rational, anger, beauty, health, history,
Iter eric ploscik Free verse rational, introspection, philosophy,
Premium Member Poem Transparent Humility Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse rational, america, bullying, caregiving, destiny,
Premium Member Poem Best breakup Lewis Raynes Quatrain rational, anxiety, change, happiness, health,

The Way I Am
by Nick Trim
A casualty of a personality similarity, apparently,
though it's not apparent to me, 
maybe in a parallel reality with unparalleled insanity.

My motto is true individuality breeds...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, change, character, courage, desire,

Humility and pride
by John Hamilton
Humility and pride


1. Humility is the portal to spiritual understanding.


2. Pride is the principal obstruction to spiritual perception.


Intellect should direct us to a higher Being....

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Monoku | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, creation, god, introspection, pride,

In The Name Of The Father And The Son
by eric ploscik
I always wanted to be like you
Even though the reverse wasn't true
As I get older, I begin
To resemble you in the looks, mannerisms and tics
The...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, father, son, tribute,

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Ideomotor Effect
by Kevin Shaw
Ideomotor Effect

Spirits cannot share information,
Don’t be fooled by false witness.
Everyone is capable of psychic energy,
It’s just subconscious, no more no less.

Ouija is controlled by greater...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, atheist, how i feel,

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Intelligence v Wisdom
by Gerald Dillenbeck
While academics often find
what we are looking for,
a positive correlation between intelligence
and wisdom,
Special occasional confusion
about revolutionary absence of Left with Right correlation
frightens me

Even, and unevenly,
while...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, analogy, culture, education, humanity,

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PRIMARY DEFLECTIONS
by John lawless

Those who tell us to be NICE
aren’t
they shout their PC gospel
in your face
while admonishing you for
your rebuttal
They accost each other
like third graders
left alone in the
school...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, confusion, political, voice,

The Last Decision
by Kurt Philip Behm
Divorcing the rational
  freedom began

Releasing the spirit
  all can’t—became can

One final decision
  to charge and break through

The future and past
  left...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, spiritual,

What matters
by Mary Braithwaite
Affect matters more than numbers do
Reason without love ,so blind to ends
Rational means were  used to kill our Jews.

Searching  Europe’s “haystacks” for a...

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Villanelle | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, angst, feelings, god,

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His Mother in Laws Cooking
by Maurice Rigoler

His mother-in-law’s cooking is such
he’s careful to eat only so much.
For no matter what she cooks up
once it’s in him he wants to upchuck.
He’s given...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, humor,

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Seeing Is Not Seeing
by Maurice Rigoler

(This poem is based on the Irish philosopher George Berkeley (1685 - 1753), also known as Bishop Berkeley. He denied the existence of material things...

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Didactic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, humor,

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Truth Isn't Truth
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Attorney Giuliani,
concerned about perjury charges,
declares sometimes Truth is not True

So I suppose 
Fake is not necessarily False
and it's OK for us to believe
whatever feels most...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, betrayal, leadership, passion, patriotic,

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Extraterrestrial
by Jack Ellison


No, I'm not kookoo or wacko, I'm totally rational
However, I freak out when it comes to supernational
Spook out when I see
Ghosties sipping tea
Having conversations with...

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Limerick | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, silly,

Wanted: Creative and Rational Partner
by Jerry Dinzes
I tend towards practicality,
to say, I’m a fan of rationality.
I’m down with science
and love’s alliance
- But love’s not a logicality.

For acting with creativity,
I hope you...

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Limerick | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, love,

Delusionall Beliefs
by REBECCA BERG
All of this makes my heart hurt
And makes my anxiety run high. 
It's all a little overwhelming
And makes some break down and cry.

Sadly, some people...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, allusion, anxiety, conflict, freedom,

the Breakup
by Arum Dusu
She's quite an intellect 
A beauty skinned in fair reasoning
Clothed in fumes of rationalism 
Her eyes were made up with eyeliners of 'what's your next...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, break up, confidence, encouraging,

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Kindness Between Lovers
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Cooperative kindness to others
is a fake kindness
if this liberating word or freeing action
compromises your own integrity,
which is disintegrating thereby,
an unkindness
to your own healthy Ego with...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, education, freedom, health, humanity,

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Liberal Operatic Lovers
by Gerald Dillenbeck
What cooperative evidence
could we final climate find
for WinWin cooperation lovers
including LeftBrain secular humanities
inviting no more or less valueflow
than RightBrain WiseElder root-branch dipolar etchings
neurologically ancient bipolar...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, environment, happiness, health, heart,

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Feeling the Accountant's Rumble
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Earth resounds rational
restoring harmonic faith
in an omnipotent universal
double-entry accounting and governing
ego-eco balancing system
WinLeft only to also WinRight,

And cooperatively researching
EgoYang/EcoYin positivenergy co-relations
co-incidents
co-arising WinHealth-WinWealth--
further revolving health/wealth multicultural...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, caregiving, health, humor, math,

Heaven hails a happy man
by Aniruddha Pathak
Let people pause and ponder that they can,
Freed from mind’s prison, from what-if’s pall,
Know, heaven hails a happy man.

Right things do happen to man, when
He...

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Villanelle | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, happiness,

Gentle unto death
by Aniruddha Pathak
He was alive if breathing be called life,
Peaceful and blissful with no surface strife,
To me, he was suffering for far long,
The man I knew— a...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rational, death, life,