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Short Enjambment Poems

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


Enjambment
Engorging enthusiastically
Enrico enraptured
engulfs enchiladas
entirely

enshrouding
enteritis
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Categories: enjambment, funny,
Form: Alliteration



A part of enjambment
Do not come into my head cause I do not have time
to think of anything else than you 
never think

I do not come to your head cause I do not have time
to think if you have anything in there
apart from me



25th of April...

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Categories: enjambment, confusion, heart, me,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Pathway I Will Lay For You
The pathway I will lay for you with seeds that I will scatter round will soon have blooms come into view so you can tread on fragrant ground and feel your spirit fill with song when we can meet among the blue of blooms that will have sprung along the pathway I will lay for you! for the 8 Lines 7 Words Enjambment Poetry Contest of Rick Parise
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Categories: enjambment, for him, romantic,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Making Sense of it All in Life
A thought for all who believe Jesus
when life has thrown you  a curve
and you don’t think you deserve it
through life’s twist and turns all around 
with times being the way they are 
and confusion from every angle with thoughts 
in our hearts and minds of disbelief 
a thought for all who believe Jesus.


Verse

Contest 10-28-14

8 Lines Down-7 words across-enjambment...

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Categories: enjambment, christian, jesus, trust, wisdom,
Form: Verse
Why
When you started rating my poems low
I couldn’t put my finger on it
But I knew something was happening to
Make them drop and weirdly enough only 
When you started commenting and acting like 
A best friend to me so I 
Set a trap and now I know
When you started rating my poems low.

Written by Brenda Meier-Hans 
10.20.2014
Rick Paris’s Contest:
8 Lines 7 Words Enjambment
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Categories: enjambment, betrayal, confusion, corruption, hurt,
Form: Verse



MY DREAM
I dreamed of leaving this rat race
Even when the baboons oppressed the monkeys
and the bees disturb the king of the
Forest ; the wood pecker continues his mission
The tiger lies flat waiting for his
Prey ; as the antelope eats with caution
also the toad rejoices for the rain 
I dreamed of leaving this rat race. 



CONTEST:"8 lines 7 words Enjambment" sponsored by Rick Parise 
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Categories: enjambment, dream, satire,
Form: Verse
Premium Member THE EVACUEE
With your teary eyes fixed on me we walked to the station; your little hand glued firmly to mine. No words passed between us – just a deathly silence as the train arrived. We tightly embrace; my heart was breaking but I smiled; said I would see you again soon, with your teary eyes fixed on me 10~22~14 Contest 8 lines 7 words enjambment Sponsor Rick Parise ~awarded 3rd place~
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Categories: enjambment, child, goodbye, heartbroken,
Form: Verse
a way to rlease
Would it sting,
If my forced tear landed in this fresh wound?

Would my throat clog,
From the enjambment of one dozen blue pills?

Would it hurt, 
If I never hurt again?
Am I a coward?
A loser?
A liar?
A dreamer?
Am I lost?
Depressed?
Obsessed?
I confess
I could be a coward
And I may be lost
But with my freshly cut wound
And these petite little pills
I am merged by the desire of relief
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Categories: enjambment, sad,
Form: Blank verse
Headlong
Our lives could never be the same
When tasting love that knows no shame
Or self restrain; we both give in
To the strong urge that flows within
As we let go out of control
And fan the flame of burning coal
Knowing full well this is no game
Our lives could never be the same.

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19th October 2014 
Contest: 8 Lines 7 Words Enjambment
Sponsor: Rick Parise

 
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Categories: enjambment, love, lust,
Form: Verse
On Depression
gun- bullet-trigger-boom, done,peace from your illness, a life clenching unbearable depression and you know that's the way we all die, the sick of mind, chased by mares night, day, blood soaked in  cold sweats of despair with hope a foreign word and only one choice left gun-bullet-trigger-boom, done, peace from...
20~10~2014 Sponsor: Rick Parise Contest Name: 8 Lines 7 Words Enjambment...

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Categories: enjambment, depression,
Form: Verse
Premium Member This Poem Is Awful
This poem is awful.
Its flow is ever so clumsy,
and its rhyme is not to be endorsed,
because it’s forced. 
Like a bomb factory, it is full of bad devices:
average alliteration, similes like farts in an elevator,
and badly executed and slightly unnecessary...
enjambment. Plus it seems to be missing its


Contest: You Be The Judge
Sponsored by: Bobby May
Date Created: 8th March 2019
Your Judgment Rating:  Last
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Categories: enjambment, fun, funny, humor, humorous, poems, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Higher above Sky
Higher above sky


Grow up, get above colour and creed,
if we can't equally respect all religious 
sentiments; if we slaughter at day's end
blame on boundaries; if difference of pious 
and sin we can't see; if stand
firm with stony hearts; if sky obvious
has limits; let eagle explore the grand,
Grow up, get above colour and creed !

 



Written October 26th, 2014
For contest '8 lines 7 words enjambment' by 
Rick Parise...

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Categories: enjambment, desire, flying,
Form: Verse
Premium Member ALL JAMBED UP
All Jambed Up


He just squatted and left it there
nestled gently on the edge and left
without looking back, no trace of regret
following him as he walked away forever
she watched him unsure of what had
been the catalyst for his inane behavior
what had prompted his actions and why
he just squatted and left it there



John G. Lawless
10/22/2014

submitted for - 8 Lines 7 Words Enjambment – Poetry Contest
sponsor – Rick Parise
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Categories: enjambment, confusion,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Cycles
The rosebud blooms—makes its grand debut 
in joyous spring.  Day by day, its
petals open wide—all stages lead to
fullness in the end. When autumn air
delivers chill, its petals drop as life
and death their endless duet sing. It
then awaits new life next spring when
The rosebud blooms—makes its grand debut

© Sandra M. Haight 2014 
   All Rights Reserved


~8th Place~
Contest 8 Lines 7 Words Enjambment
Sponsor: Rick Pairse
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Categories: enjambment, birth, death, seasons,
Form: Verse
Premium Member VERS LIBRE
Without a voice it cannot sing
No echos in the heart will ring
Come read,contemplate,give it time
Euphony ,floats on tides of rhyme;

Set free from custom's tyranny
Altenatives in poetry,
Lineation and enjambment
become the poets's intrument.

Beware ,sans pace in patterned verse
Vers Libre scans as prose, or worse

and

        stays 
  
                  a
               
                         writer's

                                curse
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Categories: enjambment, on writing and words
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Billowing Askew
Apricot marmalade wispy clouds upon the blue
canvas, swiftly changing sunrise reveals a surprise_
charcoal gray, a textured smoke billowing askew
across the eastern sky, Suddenly diamond dew
drops fall upon grasses, Everything expressed anew
as the sun rises, the moon bidded
adieu, this day will pass; tomorrow, too
Apricot marmalade wispy clouds upon the blue  

Sponsor: Rick Parise
Contest: Enjambment
I know it doesn't make any sense...
Written October 19, 2014...

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Categories: enjambment, change,
Form: Rhyme