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Rationally Poems | Examples of Rationally Poetry

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List of Rationally Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Go Forth, I Lawrence Sharp Free verse rationally, allegory,
Poetic justice Deshanta Hawkins Free verse rationally, art, blessing, celebration, character,
Cause and Effect David Waldrop Pastoral rationally, devotion, engagement, first love,
Premium Member Poem A Gift Forgotten Victor Buhagiar Free verse rationally, wisdom,
Premium Member Poem Here Once Is A Time Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse rationally, caregiving, games, green, health,
Premium Member Poem Now I am a Poet Kai Michael Neumann Prose rationally, adventure, courage, inspirational,
Premium Member Poem Light Mindfulness Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse rationally, blue, earth, green, integrity,
Premium Member Poem The Day Billy Graham Came for Dinner Rhoda Monihan Tail-rhyme rationally, america, bible, books, death,
Freewill kewayne wadley Free verse rationally, black african american, crush,
Reactionary Eric Schojan Rhyme rationally, family, simple,

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Unless You're A Horse
by Jack Ellison


What will be will be, can't change the inevitable
Things progress as they should, remaining stable
Unless of course
You're a horse
Because to think rationally, you're not able





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Limerick | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, humorous,

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Confusion Confounds
by Emile Pinet
No one handles lost love rationally
forfeiting all their romantic notions.
For confusion confounds reality
when facing a gauntlet of emotions.

Doubt anonymously attacks with guile
its impact devastating to...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, anxiety, break up, emotions,

A Bottle of Aristotle
by Randy Johnson
'Twas two old men from Greece, is said;
Who sold two bottles of potion.
One was logic, pure and simple-
The other was pure emotion.
What bitter rivals they...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, history, mentor, perspective, philosophy,

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Rivers of Degrading Memory
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Once upon a time
I was merely prescient
in genes and blood
and air and water
and other ingestions
and digestions
of our ancestors.

Among these were Elders
who may have stopped along...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, age, earth, environment, family,

Chameleon
by Patience Jones
Chameleon 

Im not sure what happened to you, was it a bad upbringing, parenting, or is this really you.

You never placed a hand on me,...

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ABC | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, abuse, anxiety, bullying, change,

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Summer ReForesting School
by Gerald Dillenbeck
YinYin,
what did you most appreciate
learning at school this summer?

Probably in Community ReForesting.
You know, the EcoTherapy Class
I took
instead of eating lunch,
using "lunch" loosely
as synonymous with edible,
or...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, culture, education, health, history,

Science dissolved poems in acid soup
by Subimal Sinha-Roy
A scientist tired of research
left science one night in the lab 
to let it sleep for a while 
in a test tube on the rack,
went...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, funny, poetry, science,

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Oh, To Be
by ilene bauer
Oh, to be a person who
Stays cool, calm and collected,
Instead of one whose jangly nerves
Has stressing-out perfected.

To be the one who never sweats,
Whose heart won’t...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, me,

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Baby Boomers and Bummers
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Most Baby Boomers started out hoping to leave life
having continued our Great ReGenerativity,
our progressively recycling becoming through economic extraction,
boundless growth of optimal Win-Wealth is also...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, conflict, destiny, earth, environment,

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A Feel for History
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Are people who sense a direction in history,
and before history,
throughout prehistory,
who feel their way through organic-systemic evolution,
merely progressive polypathic mystics,
not quite exegetically conservative enough
to color...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, health, history, philosophy, psychological,

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For Wesley
by Darren White
Marvellously musical, 
     dazzlingly creative,   
          meditative sage.

We found explanation,
...

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

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Everyday Christians
by Gerald Dillenbeck
I would imagine Adam Smith's invisible cooperative economic
self-and-Other-investment hand,
at least during Christian Sunday morning services,
looked and sounded and felt very much
like the One Invisibly-Organic-Holistic-Enlightened MindBody...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, body, christian, culture, earth,

amusing apples is interesting and amusing too
by Taoi Chanan
amusing apples how rather interesting
An algorithm is an acrobatic arithmetic on a mean ruler dancing across striped squared paper. Format is firstly founded. Then landing...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, america, animal, april, august,

An economy that works for everyone is an egg
by Taoi Chanan
A white dossier is neither a manual for a pilot on a pivotal stand nor a baking tray waiting for butter. Criss cross ducking on...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, allusion, assonance, beach,

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Yin Speaks Yang
by Gerald Dillenbeck
I was reading Lakoff's story
of what he learned at Berkeley
about international relations,
when I found my RightBrain offering further nuance;
not to deny what is here,
but to...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, health, humanity, humor, power,

Victimless Crimes
by John Beam
 I read the definition again Insanity
 What degree is Humanity
 None before the temple feast Profanity        ...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, humor, word play,

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Prodigal Poets
by Gerald Dillenbeck
"And when he came to himself"
Luke 15:17

In another millennial time and Chinese/Russian place,
Taoism began as aphorisms and poetry
about political philosophy,
articulating a bicameral tension
between Conservative Yangers,
patriarchal...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, health, history, humanity, humor,

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Integrity of Empathy
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Why need we insist on a difference
worthy of significant notice
between universal empathy
and uniting trust in co-relational health?

Whose interests,
economic and/or political,
are served by severing
external face of...

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Political Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, culture, emotions, health, language,

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Who Wants Men
by Terry Godwin
Who Wants Men?   Ugh!!                   ...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, poetry,

Loves not always enough
by Joseph Bradshaw
Trying to see my life through these blurred eyes.
So many tears shed from countless tries.
Knocked back down again when I just wanted to rise.
I really...

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Quintain (English) | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: rationally, break up, dedication, deep,