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Short Adjective Poems

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


Premium Member RETRONYM
A
long
winded
adjective-
on cultural change...

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Categories: adjective, on writing and words,
Form: Fibonacci



Verbs And Adjectives rule
Always use a verb Over a noun…better yet… Use an adjective!
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Categories: adjective, poetry, wisdom, word play, words,
Form: Senryu
Use An Adjective
Always use a verb Over a noun…better still… Use an adjective!
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Categories: adjective, imagery, language, writing,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Faeries Found Freelance Forest
faeries found freelance forest	
matched up verbs and adjectives
married them fine and dandy
the nouns were so mad	
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Categories: adjective, word play,
Form: Dodoitsu
Premium Member Word of the Day : March 16, 2021
eplete
adjective rih-PLEET 
1 : fully or abundantly provided or filled
2 a : abundantly fed
b : fat, stout
3 : complete
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Categories: adjective, christian, high school, kindergarten, people, teacher, teen,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Word of the Day 3072021
Meticulous

Adjective
 muh-TIK-yuh-lus 
marked by extreme or excessive care in the consideration 
Treatment of details

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Categories: adjective, christian, devotion, god, poems, poetry, spiritual, teacher,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Word of the Day March 11, 2021
tutelary
 
adjective TOO-tuh-lair-ee

1 : having the guardianship of a person or a thing

2 : of or relating to a guardian...

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Categories: adjective, child, children, christian, nursery rhyme, spoken word,
Form: Quatrain
NO ADJECTIVE POEM
clouds similiar
or you decided
result doesn't change
there is not truth in the middle


(my tecnichal poem-no adjective poem)
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Categories: adjective, allegory,
Form: Alliteration
NO ADJECTIVE POEM
clouds similar
or you decided
result doesn't change
there is not truth in the middle




my poem tecnichal(no adjective poem)...

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Categories: adjective, allegory,
Form: Carpe Diem
Premium Member Word of the Day : March 18, 2021
fiscal
adjective FISS-kul
1 : of or relating to taxation, public revenues, or public debt
2 : of or relating to financial matters...

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Categories: adjective, christian, devotion, god, jesus, spoken word, teacher,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Word of the Day : March 13, 2021
ungainly
adjective un-GAYN-lee 
1 a : lacking in smoothness or dexterity : clumsy
b : hard to handle : unwieldy
2 : having an awkward appearance

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Categories: adjective, child, children, christian, devotion, high school, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Adjective Fashion
Adjective Fashion

I am looking for a new adjective
To go with this really nice verb
I’ve tried a few nouns and Pro-nouns
But they make me look rather absurd
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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, fashion, word play, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Give It A Superlative Adjective
Give It A Superlative Adjective

When you want to describe best way to live
Be careful and assign a superlative adjective;
Greatest result;
Never insult;
Only to extraordinary things is comparative.

Jim Horn
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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Writer's Advice


To the would-be writer:
make your book lighter,
avoid an exccesive
use of the adjective.
Let your lines read lean,
say only what you mean.
A book with extra language 
is like lugging extra luggage.

Jan. 9, 2013...

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Categories: adjective, writing,
Form: Grook
Premium Member Eternal Mystery
Unknown is an adjective to describe what happens 
when we leave this planet.
According to the religion or beliefs in which is believed, 
heaven or hell are the afterlife destination.
Live the best you can, make good deeds, forgive.

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Categories: adjective, life,
Form: Free verse
WHO I AM
WHO I AM IS A PERSON OF INTEGRITY 
I LIVE IN PROBITY 
WHAT I LIVE IS A SCHLOR OF VISUAL RIGHTS
I AM NOT SOMEONE ELSE
ABBREVIATION OF ME IS A VIRTUAL TO FLY AWAY
I AM A NOUN
I AM A PRONOUN
NOT A VERB
NOR ADJECTIVE 
BUT A IDEALLY OF WHO I AM
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Categories: adjective, integrity,
Form: Bio
The selection
get it right and make it right again
days say solo days say ah dew shi paco
ah dew she say ah vay dew!
Adagio Cadenza
Andante C
Dolce Fermata
Fortissimo Larghetto
Mofit Octave
Piu Semore
Sforzando Tonality
Resendo Adagi 
Oleoresin Madagascar
Noir Nickel...

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Categories: adjective, baby, beautiful, business, little sister, love, magic,
Form: Etheree
Premium Member Main Clause - Santa Claus
Main Clause Santa Claus His mates- Subordinate Clause His North Polish Nationality- Noun Clause Interested in empty stocking-Adjective Clause
+++ December 11, 2014 Form: Clerihew Tenth Place Win Contest by Andrea
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Categories: adjective, christmas, humor,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Spring



fragrant verdant sprout, blossoming awaken April Mother Nature's birth flourish, chirps heard cheerful colorful Spring 5/13/2021
Diamante Adjective Adjective Verb Verb Verb Noun Noun Noun Noun Verb Verb Verb Adjective Adjective Noun...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, spring,
Form: Diamante
A poem
I can not think what to write,
I have thought with all my might,
I have gone through every adjective every verb and every noun,
I have thought of every jewel you can put on a crown,
I've climbed the wall.... but now to get down,
My smile is now a frown,
I can not think what to write....

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Categories: adjective, imagination, nature, on writing and words, philosophy
Form: Rhyme
Memorial for Electoral College
Memorial for Electoral College

An adjective to describe college was electoral;
Did decide to kill it and then create memorial;
Finally at last,
By has passed,
And end result of this proved to be historical.

Electoral college has definitely been in favor
of a Republican President. 

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Some Poems
Some poems are long and complex,
With imagery galore;
And some throw out ideas you think
You really should explore.

Some poems have gorgeous language,
Every adjective a gem;
But, if you haven’t guessed by now,
This isn’t one of them!


Ilene Bauer ~ March 22, 2014
Philosophical ~ for Short Poem Contest
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Categories: adjective, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Word of the Day Amazeballs
Your poetry sometimes amazeballs me.



Dictionary result for amazeballs
/?'mazbôlz/
adjective
informal
adjective: amazeballs; adjective: amaze-balls; adjective: amazeball; adjective: amaze-ball
1.
extremely good or impressive; amazing.
2.
"the atmosphere was nothing special but the food was amazeballs"
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© Bobby May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adjective, words,
Form: Monoku
HER BEAUTY
HER BEAUTY
How can I describe her, As she passes me each day? No adjective has been invented That can possibly convey. My dreams and aspirations Are full of her and her alone. Such elegance, such beauty, Deserve a language of their own 16th June 2021 Workshop Adjectives Deleted contest Sponsor - Jack Webster ...

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Categories: adjective, beauty,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mettlesome Vs Meddlesome
The woman was angry and called me dumb.
Because I had nicknamed her mettlesome.
Mixing up this word
With another- so absurd.
The mean adjective that is meddlesome.

I quickly showed her this tiny mistake.
Stubborn her head was as hard as a rake.
She kept a grudge.
Thus I called her “pudge”
So I guess best friends we will never make.

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Categories: adjective, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Rhyme