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Short Chambered Poems

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

Thousand Footprints
My thousand footprints,
mar the Earth's surface 
Precious blueprint
I carry in my
chambered heart....

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Categories: chambered, earth, heart,
Form: Prose

Crawling in my Skin
My four chambered heart wants you
Make up, your capital mind babe,
For I'm begging u
'Cause your lips are a medication.


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Categories: chambered, longing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Amity's Edict
LOVE ...

Is a many-chambered prison
That we go to willingly ...

And our sentences are dispatched
By those we trust ...

With the keys....

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Categories: chambered, heart, love, soulmate,
Form: Free verse
Wake Man
Like a turtle,
I carry my house on my back.
Like a bird,
I carry my home on my back.
The shell, the sky 
And for me 
Chambered mankind,
With me always.
Walk turtle
Fly bird
Wake Man

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Categories: chambered, sunshine,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member TOILS OF NIGHT

The feathery dusky violets,
Of a purplish vaulted sky royal,
Tickles the genteel soles of twilights,
It wakes to a bluing chambered hall,
Whilst ups a blanched dress as white stars sprawl


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© Hilo Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: chambered, analogy, imagery, moon, motivation, night, perspective, uplifting,
Form: Dizain

Fine silver
Gathering dust.
Hands splayed, overlaid
With golden promises
Caught in persuading rings.
Blood diamond among crystals,
Unsullied with obligations and
Laying in your four chambered treasure chest

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Categories: chambered, longing, love,
Form: Etheree
I puffed out a soft cold cloud
In these long chambered empty rooms
As my hand held washcloth to brow 
Over me, your sickness looms
Hot breath toasted my fingers
Now heaving up dead fireflies
The anger still lingers
My fever induced by your lies...

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Categories: chambered, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Wonder Of It All
In wonder, count the petals of a flower
Be amazed, probe a chambered nautilus.
Walk backwards out of Fibonacci's Spiral
Into eternal embrace with enlightenment.

From Walking Into Enlightenment
Gregory R Barden's Contest  10/25/20
Liberum Divisa 2...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: chambered, introspection, philosophy, spiritual, truth,
Form: Free verse
Nau-til-us: an Approximate Creature
Nautilus, chambered. 
Mathematics? Not really. 
By nature only. 

Smells more like…
Ah…normal distribution
(Of golden spirals). 

You could look it up. 
FIBONACCI? Not really. 
Logarithmic coil?

Not exactly. Else
One or the other would fit. 
Only nature fits. 

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Categories: chambered, math
Form: Haiku
Premium Member DIG

Dig with spade and a soulful heart,
Destiny’s soil chambered beneath.
Dust chalice canvas, questing art —
Dovelike Wings of lily bequeath.

Dig deep into the chasm of love —
Desired silty handfuls, free of
Debris, a blessed ruddy start.*

Joseph May’s Pleiades Contest
*blessed with 2 syllables...

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Categories: chambered, love,
Form: Verse
Premium Member nautilus II
A chambered shell 
with each a secret Lie. 
Memory dwells spiraling 
down deep and only the Infinity 
knows what is kept in each. 
A secret that lies 
kept in its chambers coil.
This heart is where eons 
of mysteries dwell. 
This cosmic design 
plays a part in the Grand 
Scheme of Creations mind.
A lost art.

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Categories: chambered, allegory, allusion, analogy, art, beach, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Free verse
13 Trees
I sense them calling through my chest.
Their counsel in my head.
Through thin winds shining shellfish light
I'm shown the way in red.

Their dead sound calmly drawing down
a crescent chambered brood.
As isolation fills me sad
with scars a park has strewed.

That everywhere I think I can
I'll look where more should be.
And everywhere I hope I can
accept that 13th tree.

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Categories: chambered, abuse, analogy, appreciation, corruption, dark, evil, tree,
Form: Quatrain
Gone Mother Gone,
It began in the innocent spring of life

This of which, never did share

Spent summer of youth

… One in blanket gaze

While, she of long reaching, __ mystic stare

Now stirs autumn winds

Whispers of twice-cried tears

Two stories tell, each welling deep

The chambered nautilus of harbored fear

Maybe forever, shared song of winter’s discontent

Yet strings play on

As purveyed souls, soon greet seasons, never meant...

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Categories: chambered, angstautumn,
Form: I do not know?
where chambered feelings once were kept
levied love that now breaks through
overflowing and forming a pool
in the depths of my soul

where thoughts and dreams from my heart are swept
from an accordion folder in my mind's depths
memories painted on blue sky canvass
without a cloud in sight

where love flows inward over sandy shores
gregariously, we allow for more
a Crescent moon shines from above
a blanket of stars to catch my fall

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: chambered, lovelove,
Form: Prose Poetry
the house shines bright, it takes every light

sleep refuses to dream, a reverie extreme

the plan to outsmart, a shot in the dark

trigger for a steel mention, the spelling of my name

directed to a lead core, dead center to each letter

primed for flight, a jacket of lead dares our right

a ripping force of violent heat, to rupture complete

rendered lethal for the take down, a fatal round

chambered by a sniper, posted at heaven’s door

Terry D'Arcy-Ryan...

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Categories: chambered, conflict, culture, poetry, power, society, symbolism, violence,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The River Styx
Below indigenous herds of species’
Soft stampeded tramplings,
Profound caves water rivers underground.

Roots grow their nether forests
Down to a shadow fathom depth of earth.
Tendrils leaf out only tuber leaves of dirt.

Flooded backs of charcoal catacombs
Snake like water moccasins through
Aquifers to rise disguised as springs and wells.

Here there is a bargeman who 
For pennies holding eyelids down
Will help you to forget

Vaguely chambered 
Urges of the heart....

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Categories: chambered, allegory,
Form: Free verse
~ The Opera ~

The strumming of these strings

A mesmerizing melody

Beginning to sing....

Taking me within this journey

Of these unencumbered loves

While the keys of pretty play

Note by note....

Upon this brighten stage

Falling upon my heart

Within this unconditional soul

As the winds begin their verse

Removed, from the chambered curse

Higher and higher....

A symphony sounds

Now Rising, before my eyes!


           ~ The Opera ~...

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Categories: chambered, visionary
Form: I do not know?