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Short Hammered Poems

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

Victims play the harp 
More Dadaistic than Arp…
Hammer’s bite is sharp

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Categories: hammered, animals, sea
Form: Haiku

Tough Enough
I'm tough as a nail
Won't let my dreams be hammered
God will have my back...

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Categories: hammered, faith
Form: Senryu
Summer Smack
Heat hammered eyelids

Heavy in the pounding  sun

Falling stinging closed

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Categories: hammered, seasons,
Form: Haiku
Horn Enamored and Hammered Haiku
Enamored and Hammered

Once was enamored
Now his head should have hammered;
Beat sense into it.

Jim Horn

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hammered, allegory, analogy, humorous,
Form: Haiku
All the music done by ear
Hammered out by courier
Lyric carried all the cheer
While record shows the blow and beer.

~TH~  03/19/15...

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© Tom Hitt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hammered, addiction, drink, memory, music, nostalgia, teenage,
Form: Rhyme

Ode to Alf
Farewell then Alf Mitchell - Or is it Warren Garnett?
Your death has us now parted.
And like Dandy Nicholls,
The nails in your coffin are now Hammered....

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© The Didds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hammered, bereavement, death, dedication,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Another Lesbian
I just once again, 
tried to pick up a lesbian.
This sort of thing happens to me very often.
I am always amazed to learn how many women are lesbians,
whenever I get hammered and start hitting on women."...

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Categories: hammered, drink, women,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ghost Train
Track on track and steel on steel; built America’s railroads. Immigrant sweat, in the noonday sun, hammered out miles of track. The masterpiece of human ingenuity forever rolls.

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Categories: hammered, endurance, history, power, symbolism, travel,
Form: Sijo
The Hooded and the Civic
A hood on Mount Hood
wearing a hood hammered the
hood of a Honda.

A cop from Kansas
climbing in the Cascades caught
the recalcitrant.

The cop received a 
commendation, and the hood
a long vacation....

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Categories: hammered, car,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Little Boy Blue
He put his thumb in the dike
 hoping everyone would see
how brave and courageously he saved the day
 but in his lack of guilt
it was he, who hammered the spike
 that would break the dam and make the waves....

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hammered, analogy,
Form: Free verse
Death Sentence




in cell,
was the death sentence....

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Categories: hammered, inspirational, life, philosophy,
Form: Free verse
Finite Reach of Terms
The pinnacle source
We strain to unfurl
The mind pulls apart

Seams of iron stand
Accrued throats of steel
Hammered against raw will

But the energy breaks with season
As moods uncovered what went
Secretly finite, scrawling new terms...

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Categories: hammered, education, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Hug Drug
Hug drug, hug tight
Zounds surrounded the societies 
Stream stringer the blood blew
By the bombastic center watts
Humbled earth is entitled by the entered en clair
Hug drug, hug tight for tomorrow's hammered today's
Hunt hen Hawk....

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Categories: hammered, life,
Form: Alliteration
An Irish Poet
Irish Poet by choice,
  the teachers did fail

Because of my voice,
  not to their unavail

The structures they hammered,
  the forms they imposed

All lost to my whimsy
—myself I then chose

(Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2016)

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Categories: hammered, ireland, writing,
Form: Ballad
An Irish Poet
Irish by choice,
  the teachers did fail

Attacking my voice,
  as a group to assail

The structures they hammered,
  the forms they imposed

All lost to my whimsy
  —whose words I then chose

(Villanova Pennsylvania: July, 2016) 

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Categories: hammered, teacher,
Form: Rhyme

Placed wood hammered together nail and board a structure

As a picture surrounded by a frame like articles from a tree—just like a house all surrounds me as a painted picture

written by James Edward Lee Sr.©2018...

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Categories: hammered, analogy, environment, metaphor, symbolism, tree,
Form: Couplet
Cried bitterly 
Sweat profusely 
Cooked annoyingly 
Ate sorrowfully 
Wished I had died honorably 
Not because I lost anyone to the boring company of death
But because I found my heart untimely hammered 
By the Carpenter I most trusted.

ABSOL - 07032277508


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Categories: hammered, break up, heartbreak,
Form: Rhyme
That reigning monarch's hammered earth
decided from my time of birth
God's choosing relevant to girth
could not, the adversary mirth ~

This somber will of God o'er man
encompasses the tiniest strand
as His, my aptitude stays grand
though Soul's alliance ~ trail command!...

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Categories: hammered, hope, introspection, political, time
Form: Rhyme
Pictures in the Sky
It's though a white mosaic was crafted,
hammered by a sturdy mountain man;
made farmer herding sheep
(full of fluffy wool), a couple canines,
and a little farm and crops in rows too.
I laid back on some grassy dewy hill,
and admired art hidden in the clouds.
The sunshine shone, and the wind was still....

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Categories: hammered, nature
Form: I do not know?
Hard to Explain
I’ve lost family, my friends vanished, and love was disillusioned. I fail to remember when I lost myself that is why I carry on with my mouth taped, hands hammered down to this splintered chair, legs tide down like a criminal that I am, before I let you know what you don’t see and mislay you as well.

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© amy lulu  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hammered, confusion, song-lost, lost,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Juggernaut
blind ignorance dims light in human hearts
to darken traces of hope's
pathways to brotherhood

with forces hammered in bigotry steel
foolishness is wrongly forged
that cynicism may blaze

juggernaut wheels of wrongness steady turn
prompted by power and greed's
want to root in deceit

... CayCay
November 25, 2019

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Categories: hammered, abuse, betrayal, corruption, hate, humanity, power, prejudice,
Form: Kimo
Premium Member FORGE OF LOVE

My heart shaped in the furnace of our love
Burning brighter than a bladesmith’s forge
Hammered on the anvil of our passion
Folded time and again through our desire
Quenched in the icy waters of my soul
Hardened and sharpened through adversity
Ground and polished to a razor fine edge
Sheathed in certainty of love eternal


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Categories: hammered, emotions, love,
Form: Prose Poetry
somber annuals
eyes of sunken hollow
skin stretched thin as tallow
stooping for a coin
so shallow
and falling
for that pretty shimmer
hammered with a faierie's splinter
pupil eyeing in the snow
so shallow the sallow
heart of him
with legs unsteady
and brain too heady
he let the pretty shimmer go
and wept to bleed 
bright red white snow

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Categories: hammered, angst, anniversary, lost love,
Form: Free verse
The exudate of charisma
I did with sinking heart, notice
Ask me what, and I will deliver sans prejudice.
Minus three from a decade being on precipice,
Yet hammered for erecting defensive rise,
His self-belief pervaded poll's vice.
Thus ploughed he, relentless and determined
towards staggering recordings of happy lies.
Finally he did recede, failing entry's justice....

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Categories: hammered, appreciation, retirement, prejudice,
Form: Rhyme
After You Cry
J-ust smile after you cry, 
O-n the twenty-fourth of December; 
Y-our birthday has come, and it's worth to remember. 

A-fter you cry a river, 
R-apture replaces the tears; 
C-omfort of the hammered heart 
I-s brought as the sun appears. 
A-lthough it hurts so bad, 
G-rief and agony will die; 
A-im to get your life in shape after you cry....

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Categories: hammered, birthday,
Form: Acrostic