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Re-Enter Poems | Examples of Re-Enter Poetry

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List of Re-Enter Poems

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Premium Member Poem ReEntry Commitments Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse re-enter, deep, education, environment, integrity,
Premium Member Poem Nightly Travels Caren Krutsinger Free verse re-enter, flying, life, silver, sleep,
Premium Member Poem Naked to Nurture Naked, to Nurture Stephe Watson Free verse re-enter, art, philosophy, tree,
Premium Member Poem Solid Orange Lights Caren Krutsinger Free verse re-enter, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem No One Heals Alone Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse re-enter, anger, earth, fear, health,
press rewind shari thomas Lyric re-enter, age,
Premium Member Poem Rejuvenation Cecelia Hopkins-Drewer Quatrain re-enter, feelings, first love, science
Premium Member Poem Trembling Fingers Grasp the Pen Janice Canerdy Iambic Pentameter re-enter, fear, prayer, writing,
Letter to who needs it Jorge Alvizar Free verse re-enter, anti bullying, confusion, forgiveness,
Last Love Letter Matthew Abuelo Narrative re-enter, addiction, blue, mental illness,

Personal Memories
by Rizwana Bhurani
"Somewhere over the rainbow we'll play", is baby Ella's clarion call,
 Doting Aunt agrees and starts with La Ti Do Re Mi Fa Sol,
 Tiny...

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Monorhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, emotions, memorial day,

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How Many Firsts Can We Find
by James Horn
How Many Firsts Can We Find

If Hillary is next President there will be many firsts.
First Presidential Pair to take off in Air Force One.
First Presidential...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, immigration,

Summer in Karroodorp 1954
by Keith Beavon
On the anvil that’s the dorp
The noon-day sun beats down.
So between twelve and two
Life in the place is suspended.
Doors to the stores are ‘toe’
And in...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, seasons, solitude, urban,

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God of Second Chances
by Jo Daniel
Somewhere down the line,
When everything seemed fine,
I slipped and had a fall,
Oh! It was great, not small;
I tried, but couldn't get up,
And was feeling truly...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, change, faith, forgiveness, journey,

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Straining Together
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Our cognitive and emotional struggles against dissonance of all varieties,
and struggles for more love and consciousness and health
work better as decompositions laid out between Ego...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, body, earth, environment, humanity,

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Shoveling I-Cycles
by Gerald Dillenbeck
He said he planned to freeze to death.

Did he mean to have his body frozen?
Stored to hatch again later,
leftovers out of time's deep freezer of...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, death, deep, life, love,

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Shakespeare for fun Part One Shakespeare for fun Part Two
by William J. Jr. Atfield
Shakespeare – for fun - Part One

To Be – in hell, to be able to understand Elizabethan vocabulary,
Or Not To BE – able to speak...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, longing,

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But I Must Stay
by Roy Jerden
My wife may go, but I must stay
My unused ticket in my hand
Her flight is finally underway

The Nazis held my full dossier
The word had come...

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Villanelle | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, sad,

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Egg straordinary story
by Joe Maverick
Hey I'll travel into that computer the one that sees everything..' I will get to know even 
more about what's going on in this place..!...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, anti bullying,

Ten Villanelles- Last
by wayland bunch
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Villanelle | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, depression, life, memory,

Layers
by Mandy Tams The Golden Girl
As you peel back one layer you will a bit more of me
Each layer defines parts that the naked eye may not see
The outer layer...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, caregiving, life, christmas, son,

espionage
by Yolanda Jones
secrets began leaving the building
bar codes covered the license plate's
threats intimidation badgering
and fear meaningless arousal

I began to focus on her treason
again a righteous over reasoning
I...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, art, death, me, corruption,

Ashamed
by Peter Golden
A million people locked 
in a room of ‘normality.’
They never look at each other,
either directly or indirectly, 
in the eye.

A  4 year old child...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, philosophypeople, people,

you and I forever
by nichole anderson
Your voice holds tightly to my heart
Onto the void you filled from the start 
Until wounds stop my lungs from breathing 

Always will our hearts...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, girlfriend-boyfriend

a piece you won't forget
by Jo Bien
I didn't take you for a fool
but you've done some foolish things
as you run in and out of my life
leaving welts that sting

it's like shooting...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, lost love,

11:29 or 4:44
by john Comstock
the clock say's 11:29 but i think it might be 4:44
the hands aren't moving up or down and we did
that some old dance of death...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, deathlife, me,

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The Tunnel Of Light ( 5 )
by HGarvey Daniel Esquire
Again, at the beginning of the path to Glory, but I no longer walk Alone 
 “I am Phillip ; your Guardian Angel I’m not...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, death, faith, hope, life,

Concupiscence
by Alex Bruinekool
I want you at twilight,
in my room.
(Be it under me,
               ...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter,

When He Lies Down
by Melissa Ross
Rotting thoughts,
Decaying with a vile stench-
In the corners of his cranium,
He sees,
It means null to win,
On the contrary sir,
You must re-enter society some day,
Wills thrown...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, people, sad, social

Out
by April Bartaszewicz
I'm out of luck
I'm out of time
And all the while 
Out of my mind
I've gone into
The stretch on night
But when I re-enter the scope 
Of...

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Chant Royal | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: re-enter, hope, life, loss, sympathy,