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Short Acclaim Poems

Short Acclaim Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Acclaim by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Acclaim by length and keyword.

Premium Member June
marmalade skies
share summertide magic 
sun kissed waves sense no boundaries

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Categories: acclaim, june, magic, summer,
Form: Cinquain

Premium Member Sunrise Rhapsody
 blush of pink lights up the dawn
 leaving dew upon the rose
 birds acclaim this scene in song
 sunrise rhapsody

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, bird, song,
Form: Dodoitsu
Premium Member CLERIHEW kisling
Montparnasse Moise Kisling
painting nudes made his brush sing
They brought him much acclaim
but very short-lived was this fame

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Categories: acclaim, art, people,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Kalidescope - Defining Verse Form
Beauty with change, rainbow games
Multifaceted shapes form frame
tubular tunnel acclaim
Constantly rotating change


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Categories: acclaim, imagination
Form: Verse
The hall of gigolo fame
Lauds men of certain acclaim.
“I’ll never get in,”
Gripes Hal with chagrin:
“I pay when out with a dame.”

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© David Bose  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, humor,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member CLERIHEW salieri
Antonio Salieri of Legano
teacher of the famous you may know
Beethoven Schubert &Liszt by name
but Amadeus the film brought more acclaim...

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Categories: acclaim, music, people,
Form: Clerihew
the Old Broad way
They say the neon lights are bright
hate the day but love the night
Dancers flame
Fans acclaim
The show goes on —old broads take flight.

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Categories: acclaim, new york,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member CLERIHEW moore
St Louis-born Marianne Moore
began poetics a 'The Dial' editor
In metrical patterns her verse brought fame
 medal &prizes & much acclaim


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Categories: acclaim, poetry,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Dazzle Or Baffle
master of gibberish lines of metaphor
acclaim and awards from the poetry corp
coffee house pied piper
study and decipher
dazzle with brilliance or baffle galore...

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Categories: acclaim, allegory, muse, satire,
Form: Limerick
throne of lies
sitting upon
throne of lies 
listening to
own acclaim 
living within 
a castle 
crafted out 
of misrepresented 
placed atop 
a mountain 
of grandiose delusions 

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Categories: acclaim, psychological,
Form: Lyric
The Fantastic Fret-ful Andres
The famous guitarist Segovia
Was able to strum high and lowvya
With acclaim; so he did
Till his death in Madrid—
And his records continue to moveya.

July 18, 2019


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Categories: acclaim, art, guitar, humorous, music,
Form: Limerick
Unto Babel
To build a spike and engrave their own name
Even amongst the stars, to find acclaim
Rock and steel they took in hands
Yet futile are mortal plans
He chose one man and put all to shame.

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Categories: acclaim,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Fame's Flame
photogs* and bright lights
in the noonday of acclaim
showers of flowers

money houses cars
can't be lost to spotlight's glare
must be genuine

* Photogs is slang for photographers.


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Categories: acclaim, fire, flower, life, light, philosophy, stars,
Form: Haiku
Great Surfer Soon Became
Great Surfer Soon Became

Truly great surfer he soon became,
And was known for his wide acclaim;
Never did behave;
Became wave slave,
Along with all of his fortune and fame.

Jim Horn


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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Acclaim and fame
as a March wind,
so quickly
      under scrutiny
on closer inspection:
gilded hoops
through which
to jump,
the bracket
real life...

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Categories: acclaim, celebrity,
Form: Verse
Premium Member vignette-MAKE BELIEVE
Children's books of worldwide acclaim
Whimsical humour in nonsense rhyme
Of childhood days in summertime-
Its acrostic brought Liddel's fame,
The story ending with Alice's full name

Tribute to Lewis Carroll...

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Categories: acclaim, childhood, on writing and words, parody,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Stardom
Those who live in the bright spotlight of fame

Soon grow weary of critical acclaim

As targets for media seeking to shame

Their stardom goes nova in a burnt out flame

*Entry for Brian Strand’s contest

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Categories: acclaim, social
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member My Adonis-Like Body

People are the weirdest animals on the globe This may come as no great surprise especially if I disrobe My Adonis-like body Ain't not too shoddy Won world-wide acclaim for my muscular earlobes

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Categories: acclaim, fun,
Form: Limerick
Ubiquitous sugars

Ultimately affects

Underlying gene cells

Unevolved mutations 

Urgent in researching 

Ultimatum provokes

Universal acclaim

Date 4/30/21

Pleiades U Poetry Contest
Sponsor Kim Merryman

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Categories: acclaim, science,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Creative Exploration
may be
popular acclaim
has its own peculiar demands,
limiting abundant creative exploration 
to lying within the strict boundaries satisfying the current audience's tastes.

written November 26, 2021

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Categories: acclaim, imagination, perspective, philosophy,
Form: Fibonacci
Premium Member Carl Sagan

A fan of Carl Sagan since first hearing his name Impressed from day one, by his personality, his fame Learned about the Cosmos Bout the world of tomorrow Never so enthralled by anyone with such acclaim

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Categories: acclaim, friend,
Form: Limerick
Solo artist Snow works throughout night,
silently painting rooftops white,
crayons lawns, pencils in trees
a dazzling shade of white
over his great frieze;
his masterpiece
wins acclaim,
then melts -

Jack Horne for Linda-Marie's contest...

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: acclaim, nature,
Form: Nonet
Premium Member vignette-THE MOUNTAIN BOY
A composer of song from Rome
North Pennsylvania he was grown;
Bliss dying on the Pacific Express-
Man of sorrows,what a name
Phillip's words found eternal acclaim

Tribute to Phillip Bliss 1813-1876 singer,composer,conductor and hymn-writer...

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Categories: acclaim, faith, music, people
Form: Narrative
Whose Blood
Is the right proprietary?
Is arrogance ordained?

Who gets to decide?
Who gets the acclaim?

The writer of the lyric?
The critic who disdains?

Who gets to call it Poetry?
Whose blood has left a stain?

(Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2016)

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Categories: acclaim, creation,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member First Man In Space

As much fame for Yuri Gagarin was never afforded First man in space in 1961, was Yuri who completed one orbit A Soviet Air Forces pilot The acclaim was more quiet A gigantic achievement but the acclaim was more biased

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Categories: acclaim, space,
Form: Limerick