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Short Admittance Poems

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


Awaiting Admittance Haiku
a gentle dew drop
slides softly down the petal
awaits admittance
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Categories: admittance, nature
Form: Haiku



all sorrow
less i need i thank
make me know i was no champ
give heart,admittance...

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Categories: admittance, art,
Form: Haiku
Without You
Without you 
I would be an iceberg
Frosty & cold 
A steel foundation 
A mighty fortress 
A vault at the bank
A self imposed prison
An armored heart 
A concrete soul
With no admittance allowed
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Categories: admittance, love
Form: Free verse
They Can Have Their Beliefs
They are welcome to their beliefs, 
I can see through their hat, 
That camaraderie of brothers, 
Upholding the ancient bat. 

But when they start to nose, 
Into my business, my things, 
Then I say no admittance, 
No way in, you’re at your sins! 
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Categories: admittance, anti bullying, betrayal, character, culture, evil, faith,
Form: Rhyme
Inspect Than Detect and Correct
Inspect than detect and correct.

Remittance for pittance was part of admittance.

Swerve after you observe the curve.

Receive, retrieve and relieve.

Amount of deceased increased and their
souls would be released.

Jim Horn

Write some poems using these words 
that rhyme.

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, allegory, analogy,
Form: I do not know?



The Monastery
The Mystery of the Monastery 

In the Entity comes Sanctity

Repentance giveth to Admittance

Cleansing of the Sensing

To Homogenize and Energize 

Around All Periphery Leads to Epiphany

Curing Lesions and Bringing Peace to The Regions

The Summoning of the Soul

Giving Truth To the Worldly Toll...

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Categories: admittance, introspection, peace, religion,
Form: I do not know?
My Admitance Is Good Riddence
My Admitance Is Good Riddence

Once you will recognize my admittance;
Wish Trump was gone and good riddance,
To parts unknown,
Even if fully grown;
Should start avoiding all of the suspense.

James Mysterious Mysterious Horn
Retired Veteran and Poet

Not only is he redundant,
He also is being repugnant

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
seeded belief in leaves
Relive this moment to believe purpose had a end.
A plan renders distance a sequence of the past-
-past its final notice; relive this moment to belive.
An arranged existence with no vanity cramps.
A plan begs admittance a consequence of your past-
-past its final notice; relive these oraganic matters seeded belief. 
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Categories: admittance, nature,
Form: Free verse
Feelings
My sadness is so profound
That it settles, like a killing dust
In every corner of the room
Sometimes, my eyes are wide with joy
The birds are loose in my eyes
Happy thoughts wing through the room
And rest on the notebook
Each image is a single memory
Whose life span is short
And heartbeat fast
Each image is a mystery,
Demanding preservation and admittance
Each image is a song,
Wanting life

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Categories: admittance, art, image,
Form: Narrative
Only As Sacred
You want to define Poetry,
behind the safety of your bars

Open the door to your cage,
a world awaits, whose feathers tar

Dusty journals and how-to books,
no longer serve you here

The price of your admittance,
an acknowledgement of fear

With words only as strong
as the impression they leave

And feelings only as sacred
—as memory retrieves

(Seattle Washington: March, 2017)
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Categories: admittance, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Only As Sacred
You want to define Poetry,
behind the safety of your bars

Open the door to your cage,
a world awaits, whose feathers tar

Dusty journals and how-to books,
no longer serve you here

The price of your admittance,
an acknowledgement of fear

With words only as strong
as the impression they leave

And feelings only as sacred
—as memory retrieves

(Seattle Washington: March, 2017)
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Categories: admittance, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Only As Sacred
You want to define poetry,
  behind the safety of your bars

Open the door to your cage,
  a world awaits, where feathers tar

Dusty journals and ‘how-to’ books,
  no longer serve you here

One price of admittance,
  the acknowledgement of fear
 
With words only as strong 
  as the impression they leave,

And feelings only as sacred,
 —as memory retrieves

(Seattle Washington: March, 2017) 
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Categories: admittance, fear,
Form: Rhyme
Idle Hands
Mine hands
Sinful tools possessed
Dance along the periphery 
Of thy intimate domain
Touching and probing
With subtle  
Perverse persuasions

Caressing thy sweet softness
With course and brutal desires
Has thou the courage
Within thy soul
For acceptance of such 
And grant admittance
Into thy Forbidden garden

Or shall these hands 
Be bound and left idle
Their tools left to rust
From the tears 
Of mine intimate frustrations 
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Categories: admittance, desire, first love, innocence,
Form: I do not know?
The Dread Of Acceptance
Vision of restriction, contradiction seduction 
of the vast obstructed beginnings, an ending  comprehending past afflictions... 

 This prophecy is beyond me, a prodigy of it all falling upon me... Solemnly swear that the honesty is there, I don’t care for a modest apology...

 Abolish the cause, & acknowledge I’m a hostage... In existence is the penance of self purpose, The Dread Of Acceptance is the admittance that in person I’m worthless......

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© Roger Byrd  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: admittance, deep,
Form: Narrative
HERACLITUS
Heraclitus!
Can we never step in the 
Same water twice?
For other waters are forever 
Flowing onto us!
I try to think of ways to 
Cheat your wisdom.
What if the waters are frozen?
Surely then I can keep what 
I never want to lose?
But a frozen stream like
An icy soul denies
And bars admittance.
Were they only dreams?
Things already past!

Nothing endures but change
You say? Then tell me man
Why ever pain; seems the only
One to stay? 


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Categories: admittance, passion
Form: Free verse
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Beyond this door
A lush universe
A burst of awesomeness
An exotic tropical world
Where rain droplets hover
For orchid blooms high and low
A proliferation of vivid blossoms
Each unique intricate works of art
In every colour of the rainbow
Releasing tropical assailant scents
Lavish greenhouse garden
A most spiritual sanctuary
As precious as admittance to the
Creator’s private chamber
Just a taste of what heaven is like



Submitted on August 27, 2018...

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Categories: admittance, flower, garden, heaven, paradise, surreal,
Form: Free verse