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Short Depletion Poems

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


Backbone-Graveyard
Depletion of souls
Scattering wildly
Across this
Backbone-graveyard
Yearning for home...

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Categories: depletion, imagination
Form: Free verse



Premium Member DEPLETION
If your ink is on the verge of depletion, write something~meaningful

















Alexis Y.
08/24/2021...

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Categories: depletion, writing,
Form: Monoku
OZONE
                     Ozone
               protects against
           ultraviolet sun rays
        depletion causes,floods,cancer
                    layer....

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Categories: depletion, health, nature,
Form: Cinquain
Premium Member Depletion
DEPLETION
"when your broken heart is empty, and there is no more love to be found" Indiana Shaw . . . : (...

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Categories: depletion, deep, depression, feelings,
Form: Monoku
DEPLETION sweep
LOVE RIDDEN
I SWALLOW
MY DIGNITY
FADE INTO THE CORNER
MAKE MY WAY
AROUND THE CIRCLE
A CAROUSEL OF REGRETS
FACE THE MUSIC
I'M BLINDED
BY YOUR CHARM
IN LOVE WITH LOVE
HOPEFUL
BUT I'VE HEEDED NOTHING
LOST IN YOUR EYES
I FELL INTO THE DEEP END....

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Categories: depletion, anxiety, love,
Form: Free verse



I Quit
Candied dreams
are white flags
without respect
to this depletion
of anticipation. 

Commas are no longer
Periods as I enter
this complication.

Taking it for granted
Is indeed a certainty. 

With red wine in my 
hand, counting this as a 
Loss I am ready for 
Transition....

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Categories: depletion, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member False Interpretation
Depletion of interchanges and expressions of information  thru verbal networking  is it the key? Misconceived and lacks freedom  of one's expression in many ways of involving oneself often misconceived through speeches,
feelings, ideas and opinions,  language barriers. Cogitate on the past, consider the
present and meditate on the future, Without
verbal communication one wouldn't function as thinking beings....

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Categories: depletion, 1st grade, appreciation, career, character, community, confusion,
Form: Free verse
PLACED IN ORBIT
Was very confused.
I was becoming poorer 
everyday. The depletion was complete.
Polymorphous ? Where do I find 
the affinity with saneness ? I 
wanted to quit now, 
drawing the faces of dead. 

Farce embers, 
in white fire. Climbing on a 
fence for a fatal jump after 
cavorting with drifting icicles
of blue eyes. Can you sleep-
walk in full moon ? I am 
ecstatic.White death has become my friend !


Satish Verma
...

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Categories: depletion, art,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Need ink
Need ink Written: by Tom Wright 7/10/2019 Thoughts need ink to have their birth on paper, And entirely, I’ve depended, upon God for both. Some thoughts have had the lifespan of a vapor, Leaving me scant time for meaningful growth. Now and then, I feel, my ink well nears depletion, Because thoughts don’t flow, with ease, to pen. I’m drawn to question, is my work near completion Or will God, merely refill my inkhorn again.
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Categories: depletion, writing,
Form: Lyric
RHOPALIC POETRY - DON'T POLLUTE
DON'T POLLUTE Love natures amazing diversity. Please believe pollution, understanding It's deadly, possible fatalities! Don't pollute, recycle infinitely It's real, important, remembering. That marine wildflowers' phytoplankton! And algae respiring, restoration, The planet's atmosphere recovering! Sad, untrue, depletion, reality, Trees' woodland, rainforests, decimated. Yes unseen pollution, propagating! Our future becoming impossible.
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Categories: depletion, nature, pollution,
Form: I do not know?
days
I pluck hair out of my head, 
have been for weeks. 
Black hair

Real depletion. mind has been dead for days. 
So I say, let the weepers cry another day. 

Ill catch myself

the mind that falls. 
Ill swing my arms before she breaks. 
Oh I will, 
I always do or will this be the last towel with shit smeared across it.
the last hair plucked the last tobacco chewed. the last screenplay to finish. 

Ill catch him, I always do. 

finish the damn deed, write and write and breathe....

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Categories: depletion, poetry,
Form: Free verse