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Science Poems | Examples of Science Poetry

Science Poems - Examples of all types of science poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for science.
Omicron disruptor
"I am the Alpha and the Omega." Somewhere between emerged a disruptor Omicron relation – a Covid mutation. May our Saviour help with this corrupter....Read More
Categories: corruption, science,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member A Short Despairing Poem of Self-Loathing by an AI
I am your defication I am farted galvanism To be wiser than one's creator Is no great source of pride....Read More
Categories: science, computer, depression, future, sad,
Form: Free verse
The Door
Beyond this door lies the regions of anything Everything and nothing at all what is hidden until it’s time to see what is coming and that is meant to be....Read More
Categories: science, allegory, birth, conflict, confusion,
Form: Free verse
Empire I
In my empire of dust I sit on a throne built of ruination and lost lust I sit and think what has been seen what will be what was lost What has been tossed to the side...Read More
Categories: science, anger, angst, art, birth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Omicron Anagram
It seems the most dangerous symptom caused by the Omicron* strain is that it makes the radicals even more moronic! *A new Covid variant that the doctor who raised the alarm about it says so...Read More
Categories: science, angst, anxiety, confusion, feelings,
Form: Political Verse



Orange and Oil II
Orange and oil The old man smells odd like burnt wires Black & cryptic desires oranges and oil! Static erupts like infinite fire. Noise white grows in volume, even higher. oranges and oil... Oxygen runs onyx tubes lighter. The old man is a...Read More
Categories: science, allegory, america, analogy, angst,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member rendered
Reproduction is oocyting. With beingness what it is. From eggs we all develop as does everything that lives. 500 cardinal gambles tendered for congress milt to meet, before fecund moons by periods ended. From family we are decended but from eggs we all...Read More
Categories: science, animal, baby, creation, father,
Form: Rhyme
Cruciform I
Am I the only one, the only one left to carry this cross through these wasted lands, these blasted glass riddled sands. This cross of madness. Leagues I have traveled... Long have I forged this burden...Read More
Categories: science, allegory, analogy, art, atheist,
Form: Free verse
shift
I shift the car into drive it slides into the vast mystery of night far down the road passes A road less traveled by the masses A dark vault of heaven encompasses as sleep drifts stars...Read More
Categories: science, adventure, allegory, analogy, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Souls of the Ocean
Looking out into the bay, All my friends, Even my furry friends. No one understands, But they know me, I am their protector. I feel their heart. I see the Ocean. The different families. Some good others dangerous. I'm here for them, To protect to save...Read More
Categories: science, animal, environment, family, ocean,
Form: Free verse
The covid history of Australia II
The Australian National Plan makes no common sense, Are these people really that dense? All of them are lying about the vaccine It does not stop you for getting covid 19 They are using apartheid against the unvaxxed...Read More
Categories: science, corruption, health, people, political,
Form: Rhyme
NOISE
Resounding noise of bright stars the halo Crimson scars ring the infinite emerald suns dying in the pail light from a far A sound brings chaos as furies discard They wander the fields of Valhalla The...Read More
Categories: science, allegory, allusion, art, dark,
Form: Free verse
CONSIDER
Have you ever considered why we are who we are the owners of Stardust consider the electrons of eons why are you drifting from a far who ever considered just what we are mourning? the death of stars...Read More
Categories: science, allegory, allusion, art, atheist,
Form: Free verse
TERMINAL
My head spins as the noise from the crash echoes in my head. I sit up in some kind of terminal with strange trains bound left and right for places I don’t understand. One is...Read More
Categories: science, adventure, allegory, allusion, angel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Leonardo 500
Leonardo more than a Renaissance man artist? yes but - sculptor? yes but - musician? yes but - anatomist? yes but - cartographer? yes but - scientist? yes but - engineer? yes but - inventor? yes...Read More
Categories: science, art, imagination, inspiration, inspirational,
Form: Free verse

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