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Reply Poems - Poems about Reply

Reply Poems - Examples of all types of poems about reply to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for reply.
Premium Member Barbarossa II
...As Barbarossa roars into the East. its southern bard cut swiftly to the core. And as it raged the slaughtering increased, consuming any force that stood before. His swift barrage devoured the ran......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets



Premium Member The Most Beautiful Lady That Ever Was
... People anticipated, and waited for the day they could gaze upon my beauty, and that they did. The men adored me, the women admired me, and the children were in awe of me. Everyone loved me! I was......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, farewell, remember, voyage,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
MORE THAN EPHEMERA
...MORE THAN EPHEMERA A dusty attic one must reorganise Unlabelled boxes trying to hide There will be at least one surprise A diary and postcard tucked inside A letter from a mother at the end ......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, family, memory,
Form: Terza Rima
thank you note
... hello soupers I would like to say thank you to all who have turned to my page its my hope I properly responded to reviews please know once again if I don't turn to a page it isn't intent......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, thank you,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wistful
... Written: April 10, 2024, For Constance la France Contest Rumi Quote: "Longing is the core of mystery. Longing itself brings the cure. The only rule is, suffer the pain. Your desir......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, dream, longing, love,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Sam And Susan
... Finishing his last sip of tea, Sam said to Susan, "I don't think that they were expecting us, But I can't believe they left the windows down. Busy with the sweetest tea she ever had, Susan di......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, animal, food,
Form: Personification
Premium Member I saw God, but now what poetry contest
..."Yes, I affirm, I have seen God But He appeared and then disappeared This knowing that transcends mind, left me awed But until what’s imbibed is assimilated, by fears I’m seared" He's omniprese......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member wife irritates Farmer B
...Farmer B spent the day moving a carrot from Farm A to B. Why didn’t you plant it in B in the first place asked his wife, C. He had no reply, for it made sense, and irritated him a little. She is a......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, age,
Form: Rhyme
a clam cracked open
...you want the commitment, you want to be loved - though, you need to know me, in order for this to work out. i need to be free, to not clutch my wings, do you understand me? that's all that i......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, anger, conflict, feelings, judgement,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Edvard Munch, The Woman and the Bear
..."show me your face" growls subside upon revelation does your countenance veil mine? I see beyond sight and temporality still full of sorrow, though drawn in indisputably realised in your emb......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, art,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member Real-Life True Story
... Once I wrote a really good poem My teacher wrote ‘Lightning doesn’t strike twice, Sam’ A 'D' in the course spurred my belated reply ~ ‘I kno......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, poems, teacher, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Among the niche
... I felt tears trickling down. After so many years. All persevering truce is a magnificent allegory , measuring minuscule salt portions with a grandiose precaution. The immediate call will be the las......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, care,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Wounded Sigh
... Written: March 28, 2024 For Edward Ibeh Contest ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ It is a myth that time cures any wound, It is merely what people say and sound. When ......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, appreciation, bereavement, voice,
Form: Rhyme
Enough of mine
...“Have you ever been jealous?”, they asked Why would I ever need to, I pondered Not for the big house, or the cars, or the shiny jewels I have enough of mine. Sometimes scrolling through the scr......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, jealousy,
Form: Free verse
Wonderful Comment Reply
..." As I’ve said before, I love when readers find their take of the story. We oft write collaborations :) " ~ The big poetess Kim Rodrigues. Wonderful comment reply!......Read the rest...
Categories: reply, beautiful, words,
Form: I do not know?

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