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Senses Poems | Examples of Senses Poetry

Senses Poems - Examples of all types of senses 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 senses.

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Premium Member Too Blind to See
Isaac was blind He couldn't see That Jacob, not Esau His blessing received Esau had sold his birthright For a bowl of bean soup Some might consider him An utter nincompoop But when you are...Read More
Categories: bible, meaningful, senses,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Angel's Musings
Soft breaths of compassion smile down on our hearts Sunshine lights up the moments with a gentle embrace Whispers of passions caress spirits with love that imparts Praise to the King of Kings captivates the angel’s grace Sunshine lights...Read More
Categories: senses, angel, faith, hope, inspiration,
Form: Pantoum
Premium Member The Cathedral
The Cathedral It rose from where the elders once had stood And slowly grew to what we see today, Its towers, reaching upwards, stand alone To show the way our destiny might lay. Great cloisters show the quiet life they...Read More
Categories: feelings, history, senses,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Faithful Thought Experiment
Imagine your favorite faith community, whether sacredly vocationed, or, more prosaic, secularly employed, is also home to your local Green Freedom Party, intentionally multipartisan. This community intends to remain compassionately faithful to short-term local through long-term global public and climate health of all...Read More
Categories: senses, green, health, integrity, political,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Senses
I can see when my eyes are open I can feel when I reach out and touch I can hear when my ears are willing but my heart can only heal so much...Read More
Categories: feelings, heart, senses,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Discerning Insanity
Discerning Insanity By David J Walker It is in the collective thought The safety of a plausible Fantasy The alchemy of Turning lies into truths That makes us the irrational Passionate beings That rule the earth In the end We are who...Read More
Categories: allegory, senses,
Form: Rhyme
Dawn of the Woodpecker
Swaying and shuffling to the bathroom, once again, I hoped this time that I’d summon the wherewithal to finally start my Saturday. But my visit was bookended by my usual return to bed. The previous night’s tequila and...Read More
Categories: senses, bird, drink, funny, good
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Where should I go
Where Should I Go Where should I go to find myself When others have taken their part? Where should I find the rest of me? Where should the looking start? In the quiet of the trees on the hillside, If quiet...Read More
Categories: peace, senses,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member She hemmed and she hawed
Jack's wife went and burnt his favorite stew He came home, kissed her, said: "Honey, what's new?" Poor Jane hemmed and she hawed Then husband Jack guffawed Asked: "So what is it that...Read More
Categories: food, husband, senses, wife,
Form: Limerick
Hydrophobia in the rain
When you have so much water coming down that it doesn't seem to stop, that being inside all warm and dry sparks the fear of drowning. the rain makes this phobia a dreadful pain. What you...Read More
Categories: angst, senses,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Wall of Heat
Limp the leaves heavy the air angry the sky a wall of heat pressing pressing... unwelcome even for minutes even on winter's edge...Read More
Categories: seasons, senses,
Form: Imagism
Therapy of Pie
Every child should learn to bake pie. Here is the very reason why. To make a pie requires great love, And that is where the secret lies. When daily life does push and shove; Scent of pie like protecting glove, Can...Read More
Categories: senses, cheer up, children, creation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Peak Spiritual Communications
When our religious practice discipline dogma principles values unchanging tradition voices erode out of line, escape outside the box within which lies our own spiritual experience, our ego/eco-thermostatic re-acclimating memories, of win/win cooperative compassionately communing inter-relationships, peak and everyday ectosystemic elationships Then our spiritual experience has also been monoculturally segregated divorced ignored...Read More
Categories: senses, culture, health, integrity, nature,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Autumn Divinity
Autumn speaks through its seasonal medley of illuminate color – Auburn, turmeric, nutmeg, orange, and custard yellow. These alluring hues are flawlessly highlighted by the contrast of a gray sky Along with the cascading leaves of Maples, Elm,...Read More
Categories: autumn, beauty, senses, tree,
Form: Verse
How beautifully disguised you have made yourself to be that one would not recognize you. You have made many remain in the state of I'm trying while in the real sense their effort does not match/meet...Read More
Categories: senses, confusion, emotions, fantasy, feelings,
Form: Free verse

Specific Types of Senses Poems

Definition | What is Senses in Poetry?