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Rotting Poems - Poems about Rotting

Rotting Poems - Examples of all types of poems about rotting 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 rotting.
Premium Member Last Speck Of Life
..."All of us are on a journey and the answers are unspoken" Quote by _Constance La France The song I usually sing is one of self-love, What I wish yo......Read More
Categories: rotting, analogy, appreciation, beauty, fate,
Form: Rhyme

...So slowly on his rotting feet, the zombie totters down the street, he cannot think and cannot feel, but searches for his latest meal, and then he bites the human prey - another zombie's made tha......Read More
Categories: rotting, fantasy,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Struggle Is Transient
... Her pleas fall on deaf ears. Ignoring her groan. Her children are not stirred by her plight. How long can she hold out? It turned out wagerer that she went away. But it's a touch......Read More
Categories: rotting, analogy, angst, bereavement,
Form: Free verse
... May 11 Relationship to God Bible Meditations Based on Job 12-15 Key Verse – Job 12:13 With him is wisdom and strength, he hath counsel and understanding. LORD GOD, YOU ARE......Read More
Categories: rotting, blessing, christian, faith, god,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Have you ever been made to feel
...Have you ever been made to feel ??? That you are a ghost, the invisible man, while within a group. Do you find some stepping on your ideas?, walking on your words?, ignoring your attempts to con......Read More
Categories: rotting, society,
Form: Free verse

...HELL BEGGING HEAVEN FOR RAIN: IT’s TOO HOT FOR FIRE Here’s your advisory, Aim it in the bin’s trajectory If you’ve already heard it (But best not spurn it it): I sat on a wall, The wa......Read More
Categories: rotting, anxiety, break up, confusion,
Form: Free verse
Mother l
...Some days my mother and I don’t speak, We’ll pass each other in the hallway, and we will pretend that we are on good terms. The hallway wallpaper is torn up – white flowers, stubbornl......Read More
Categories: rotting, angst, feelings, mother daughter,
Form: Free verse
Spring Landscape
...with slender four legs on the narrow table, 6 whole wheat bread slices golden knife, non-rotting wooden food stand golden bucket fragrant orange Beyond, distant mountains shake golden curtain......Read More
Categories: rotting, love,
Form: Free verse
Out of Breath
...In my dream, a wise old man reads my palm and then warns me of apocalypse, sufficient turbulence to wake me up dizzy with sweat and fear. God, where is your saving grace? I then notice the clock on......Read More
Categories: rotting, allegory,
Form: Free verse
...Beneath the turf rotting, Lies a darkness deep and daunting. Here foul creatures lurk and prowl, feasting on flesh,wretched ......Read More
Categories: rotting, dark, death, fear, grave,
Form: Free verse
The Carcass Catacomb and the Corpse Canals
...In the dark recessions of the corpse canals, Where the breaking of bones sounds the eerie air like the clanking of bells, Where the tearing of tendons whistle and hiss, Echoing across blood wat......Read More
Categories: rotting, angst, dark, death, fantasy,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Rambling
... "Rambling is a mood enhancer and it is during my ramblings that Nature talks to me in inaudible whispers and I am struck by the silent beauty around me" ......Read More
Categories: rotting, appreciation, ocean, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Flourishing Corpse
...or The Perennial Amorphophallus Titanum "Mother Nature sucks in basically being a *hore." -- The Basics of Biology * * * Of all the flowers in her garden, Earth......Read More
Categories: rotting, pain,
Form: Rhyme
The way it goes down
...I'm fine fine fine But then the roof leaks And I spiral off into calamity The roofer says two days time I think what if my whole life crashes How can I continue to cope with everything If not ......Read More
Categories: rotting, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
The Death of a Loved One
...Rotting in the ground under my feet The greatest love who made my heart beat But her bodies dead six feet down And instead of my arms the worms have her now Her soul though, I see in my dreams......Read More
Categories: rotting, angel, death, god, heartbroken,
Form: Rhyme

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