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Short Antony Poems

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


Do no Harm
The nature of bad news infects the teller.


FROM Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare...

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Categories: antony,
Form: I do not know?



Reason Of The Mind
A-llow
N-ewness
T-o
O-pen
N-icely
Y-our

T-hinking
H-ead
E-vading
O-bscure
D-ullness
O-nce
R-eason
E-merg es

Topic: Poet (Dr Antony Theodore)
Form: Vertical Monocrostic...

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Categories: antony, poets,
Form: Acrostic
thoughts b deeds
thoughts are deeds, and words are spread, do we complete the thought i said, the poetic weave, not me other sleeve, dodge darkness go to bed.... johnson jabbers till he's fed:) more on Antony Nutters "Darkness" Don
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Categories: antony, adventure,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Their Emotions He Stirred
Caesar preferred to be quietly interred

  But to Antony his friend he deferred --
 
With Rome's citizenry Antony conferred

  Spurred them on with the passion of his words

Masterfully, did he their emotions stir --

  They'd hunt down and kill the conspirators, sure

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Categories: antony, death of a friend, emotions, history, murder,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member From the same song sheet
songs
          sung
                    psalter read
poetry
           said
                    aloud
sounds 
            together
                         recited
as one
            applause
                        delighted
many
                          united
a
choir
           of
                 one
single
          voice     


inspired  by Antony 
Gormley Field art concept
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Categories: antony, people,
Form: Verse



purpose
suffering by the sentence made, the pain wave breaks the surface, the whips cut and the slicing blade, the masters bloody purpose.... to be owned by the master, and treated like a curse, resentment burns hereafter, karma is ten times worse, time repays the master, the next life reimbursed, not blest with this life with laughter, so miserable so cursed "Indentured Servant" thanks Antony Nutter great poetry mate.....Don Johnson
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Categories: antony, adventure, life,
Form: Ballad
feral
Feral.
He's a dirty little kid
small and wiry, hair
all matted and dull.
Covered in scabs,
no shoes on his feet.
Poor little chap.
Looks like he has just crawled from under a hedge.
Gone feral, that's what's happened to him.
Left to his own devices a scavenger he's become.
Feeding off other peoples rubbish.
His clothes are just rags, he needs a good bath,
and a hot meal.
He's a feral child, gone wild, untamed, no one to take care of him.   


Antony Slausen.
07/08/2018....

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© jane Gomm  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: antony, childhood,
Form: Free verse