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


Haikus About God: III
Beauty of nature
Why condense it down to God?
Isn’t life enough?
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© Dan Keir  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: condense, allah, angel, angst, confusion, dream, education, faith,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member Rock
Rock
Hard
Solid
Condense mass

7/31/20
written words by James Edward Lee Sr.© 2020...

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Categories: condense, analogy, metaphor, strength,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member suzette a l'anise
well well not is so well for the lack of water
when the world is melting 
with my ice cream cone I condense the dew...

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Categories: condense, cool,
Form: Suzette Prime
Soul Meiosis II
Kisses of symbiosis fuse, merge
and
condense
by luminous conjugation
of the unproven soul meiosis ............









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Categories: condense, on writing and words
Form: I do not know?
WINTER ROMANCE
snow fall…
winter breeze
triggers passion

her touch 
warms the heart…
cold sweats condense

chimney…
body warmth
more effective .


10-15-2018...

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Categories: condense, nature,
Form: Haiku



Painful tears
 

These tears..
oozing from the heart rind, 
Condense in the iris,
become transparent
Then shine like pearls.
These, the tears of the subdued,
are enough to distort our existence....

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Categories: condense, feelings,
Form: Free verse
MIRACLE
I want to say something simple
Like stand up and walk
Condense the essence of everything 
In an instruction

A miracle to fill the void
Arise and be changed forever!

©dbyrne Sept 2013 
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Categories: condense, life, light, words,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Untethered From Time

Falling raindrops weather rocks untethered from time and clocks. Fueling a thirsty earth water stimulates rebirth. Vapors condense in the sky, and in a blink of an eye, falling raindrops weather rocks. (Elemental) 7/16/2021
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Categories: condense, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 9th
Form: Haiku
In The Clouds

If thorns sometimes condense In the cloud- so thick In chest sprouts a balmy breeze
July 29, 2014 10.55pm Seventh Place Contest: One Solo Epic Senryu/Haiku-In The Clouds Judged: 8/24/14 Sponsor: My All Time Fave Poet, PD
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© Len Gasun  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: condense, inspiration,
Form: Senryu
Bid on my love
Bid on my love



  

Sobs sapless fragment of my thirsty soul,
as cravings of illusive heart condense to mole,

Intense passion inked into scroll of trust,
Bid on my love first to later escape disgust !




Written Dec 4th, 2015
For contest by Tammy Reams

Awarded HM...

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Categories: condense, true love, trust,
Form: Couplet
Untitled
Stabbed in my soul,
With a kiss,
Trust and honesty,
Shoved away by her lips,
In meeting with his,
Compromising love's mission,
Distubing the serene,
My heart put out on the windowsill,
To dry up and condense,
Into solidified pain,
Served to me for dessert,
After a painful meal....

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Categories: condense, passion, people, visionary,
Form: Free verse
LINES
Waves move in lines.
 Lines flow like waves.

 Smoke rises amidst heat.
Heat is lifted within smoke.

 Clouds are particularly formed by dust.
Dust particles condense into clouds. 

 People color our Earth. 
Earth colors their people. 

 Everything we must know
is moving through lines . . . 


2-18-16...

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Categories: condense, analogy, creation, deep, imagery, metaphor,
Form: Imagism
WITHOUT PAIN OR JOY

Without pain or joy
Long time since soul dislodged up 
From this body out of favor
And without own activity

Long time that old days
Condense mixed nostalgia
In thick dissatisfied droplets 
In such modern home

Without pain or joy
Long time that equal distribution
Of bread crumbs was one day
To all it took 
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Categories: condense, nostalgia,
Form: Blank verse
Thermodynamics
self-esteem evaporates,
sometimes sublimates
hot fog condense
that stings the eyes

possibilities proliferate
in headlines of exoplanets
with stuck tight star orbits
so close that iron shifts
atmosphere bound

no joke when nothing’s
solid, rock or otherwise
and tiny light points
laugh lines across 
your face at night.
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Categories: condense, introspection, science
Form: Free verse
Autumn Leaves
Autumn Leaves

{Quatrain}
Oct 11,  2017• Copyright © daniel miltz •

Autumn leaves fall, sprouts away 
Extend night, and condense day
Each leaf talks, a bliss to me 
Shiver'ng from collect time tree

I may smile when wreaths of snow 
Sprouting, where the rose should glow
Moving to sing, when night play
Ushers in a twinkle day...

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Categories: condense, autumn,
Form: Quatrain
Succinct
It’s hard to write succinctly.
It’s murder to condense;
So lengthy poems quite often seem
To be the consequence.

It really takes a special skill
To trim or cut in half
The thoughts you must compose
With just the wheat but not the chaff.

Consolidation is the key
But when I’m taking stock,
I’m well aware that discard key
Will not fit in my lock!
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Categories: condense, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Just For You
If poetic words were flowers
I’d arrange a big bouquet
Wrapped  in pretty florist paper 
And would send it on its way.

If this bright day were a poem 
I'd condense it into rhyme,
With a ribbon made of sunshine
You could open any time.

If love were made of sweetest words
I'd enfold you carefully.
This world could never bring you harm
Saved with my poetry.


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Categories: condense, caregiving, love,
Form: Rhyme
In Between The Gap
In life
Like my poems

I miss something
In the empty space

Among the words
And in between the gap

Of two lines
As I can not delve

And becomes
A cascade of warm water

To sprinkle upon you
Nor I can go high to condense

And fall upon you
Like a drop of dew

Inappropriate become
My actions

Like the words
I use

Without proper punctuations
My intentions are

Like my emotions
Misunderstood and misinterpreted....

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Categories: condense, loss, lost, metaphor, wisdom,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Essential Impermanence
Essential Impermanence

Long in the tooth of time darkness chews with polar dual opposites and 
archetypes gnaw scrunch bite nibble at the essence of soft shadows’ radiance

When evening falls upon the terminal journey shades the passing glimpses
of reflection as ups and downs reverberate absorb retain mellow condense

Harsh flickering decay is balanced with candle light and vigil has the final chomp

12th May 2018

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Categories: condense, light,
Form: Free verse
The Ambiance
In chilly sensation held
Wrapped within warm quilt
I could almost feel my balmy
Breath condense through the 
Air
With the odor of my favorite
Scents swarming through my
Hair
I sit with passion, my divan positioned
My posture upright, my thoughts
Engaged
My room lit just right
My table perfectly placed
I focus, I think
I stare

Glasses on, books on the 
Right pages… pens, pencils, 
Some papers to solve upon
Then tear…...

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Categories: condense, education, happiness, passion
Form: Free verse
FENCE
This seedling's disarrange, nearing at fence
wanting to grow under, to condense,
is oft my own heart's wondering's expense,
a sorrow, deep inside from loving hence.

And if some joy would  borrow, show nonsense
then try to climb or furrow, cause offense.
I ask forgiveness' marrow, strength to cleanse
my foolishness in Thee - this detriment.

And thank thee, for thy stalwart implement -
the knowing of thy loving heart's presence!...

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Categories: condense, love,
Form: Rhyme
Lyric Man
It was atlantic beach I went
In search of pearls and cowries
Sad, to voidness I return:
I do not see him, Dave my Lyric Man.
My darling Dave, 
Wherever you may be today
Roam not the street when it snows
Lest you soak your feet in it
Snow - yawning hungry morgue-
And coil not like millipede
Nor condense like wintery butter
But remember your warm cafe cup 
And that fair lady you used to write about
Drink and bounce and bounce .

20/11/15
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Categories: condense, friend, missing you,
Form: Free verse
Sobriety
A long hall awaits,
To enter sanity,
Welcomed by strife,
In all its vanity.

Cold sweats produce,
Products of imagination,
That condense in form,
Of sins exaggeration.

Steps to climb,
By sleeping with screams,
All hell has broke loose,
Within my dreams.

Shakes and trembles,
Of an addicts desire,
The poison of envy,
Are the keys I admire.

And paint the picture,
With my hair as the ink,
As I wash away the benevolence,
Down the kitchen sink.
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Categories: condense, depression
Form: I do not know?
Through the mist
Through the mist


The buoyant mist that veils the remote past,
Is like a haze before the eyes that blinds,
Blurs to mask the futuristic vision,
Thereby leaving the bright present aghast,
If it so much so obscures the clear sight,
Righteousness one is unable to fight,
Wake up, bite the bullet and make the choice,
Let condense the mist, so as you can rise !


Written by Dr. Upma A. Sharma
August 24th, 2014
For contest 'Through the mist' by Nette Onclaud...

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Categories: condense, feelings, visionary,
Form: Ottava rima
A Poet's Wares
Poetry is thought distilled;
You squeeze it and condense it.
When intent has been fulfilled,
You’re ready to dispense it.

Many poems don’t get that far;
They stick with their creator,
Unreleased into the world
Or maybe saved for later.

Those that make it take a chance
That after they’re inspected,
They will be forgotten fast
Or, even worse, rejected.

Poets choose their words with care
And offer up their wares
In hopes that somewhere in their realm,
There’s somebody who cares.
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Categories: condense, on writing and words,
Form: Rhyme