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Short Norms Poems

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

Premium Member New norms
Why fear corona?
Practice social distancing,
Stay locked in, wash hands


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Categories: norms, fear,
Form: Haiku

All prayed under a dome
As per faith and norms
Not now but at home 
Nothing by this gone
As the one knows all formed!

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Categories: norms, destiny, faith, religious,
Form: Free verse
Rules And Norms

Form: Vertical Monocrostic...

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Categories: norms, poems,
Form: Acrostic
A comb,long like a train has some norms-
Unity in coming together,
Controlling the way it wants,
Always in smile with the mirror!...

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Categories: norms, adventure, mirror,
Form: Light Verse
round peg in square hole
i always felt 
like a round 
peg in a square 
hole within 
i never felt 
as if i fit 
into this 

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Categories: norms,
Form: Lyric

The longings
The night consumed our day
We long to smile again

The change swept our norms
We long to hug again

The thief robbed our air
We long to breathe again...

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Categories: norms, community, health, hope,
Form: Rhyme
Confused Poetic Travels is the One to Read
With it's part two
And three
That's all you'll need
An understading of Soup's
Poetic forms,
And how I twist them from there norms.

I think this one's a winner.

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: norms, allegory, funny, on writing and words, parody,
Form: Burlesque
The love of
The love of two women so strong
The love of two men so pure
The love of anyone against the norms
It's no wonder you are upset
You have never experienced love like that...

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© Su Ar  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: norms, love,
Form: Free verse

Pushing against all perceived accepted norms
Uncaring of civilian or animal deaths
Turning to war without cause
Invading Democratic Ukraine
Nazi faux propaganda

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Categories: norms, immigration, murder, violence,
Form: Acrostic
There’s value bean counters can’t grant
Supplant not old models they chant!
They rant that life forms’	
Cells must fit spreadsheet norms
As accountants’ brains are quite scant...

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Categories: norms, business, philosophy
Form: Limerick
Man Mocks
Man Mocks

Walking in streets, hungry, hopes in dumpsters.
Social storms, norms… man mocks like monsters. 

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 21, 2010

Poetic form: Crysalline...

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Categories: norms, angst, social
Form: Crystalline
Judger's Pass
Judger's Pass

Home in streets, hopes in dumpsters, life caste.
Social storms, norms strained… judger's pass. 

© Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
January 22, 2010

Poetic form: Crysalline

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Categories: norms, social
Form: Crystalline
darkest nights
When we face our darkest nights
We may have been there before
From afar there is guiding lights
Showing us that path once more
Calmer days follows the storms
Accept off days be part of norms...

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Categories: norms, depression,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Bound within hero norms
pilfered from the pulpit,
games twist tailored tempests
crafting men as monsters

with derision conquered
by illumined command:
complicity in stabs
while changing the channel....

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© John Weber  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: norms, allegory, confusion
Form: Free verse
Premium Member At Home at Starbucks
elastic waistband
society norms dead
wearing pajamas at Starbucks
no one stares
or cares
that I brought my own blanket too
as it is sometimes cold in here
a big change from home where
I will go to nap in an hour

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Categories: norms, woman, women,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member scrooge- a xmass contradiction
childrens movies are made about neighbors
who do not 'meat' seasonal cultural norms

by being an obedient spending worm
christ'smass devotees are taught to judge

label and isolate the...

stan sand...

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© sand blown  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: norms, abuse, addiction, bullying,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Human Hopes
Oh throw off now the virus swarms
This too shall pass like a wild storm
Different ways of lifestyle forms
In oneness humans will conform

written 4/3/20
Rithimus Divisa 3
Gregory R Barden
From poem "Nascent Norms"...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: norms, humanity, poetry, storm,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member RUNAWAY POEM


     An impudent poem that smarts under forms.
     Wants to be the bride of rafting waters and 
     simply glorify in its own norms.

    September 22, 2020
            6pm PST


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Categories: norms, fantasy, poems,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Nascent Norms
Oh throw off now the virus swarms
This too shall pass like a wild storm
Different ways of lifestyle forms
In oneness humans will conform
Look for emerging novel norms
Hopefully help experts perform
Kindness touches all that adorns...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: norms, hope, humanity, storm,
Form: Rhyme
Blooded Honey
Her face is like a marble statuette,
blank of expression, emotions beget.
Motionless throughout vicious verbal storms,
driven by not complying to shared norms.
Weep, weep, weep bladed tears of rusted blood,
the only nectar of a frozen bud.

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Categories: norms, angst, depression, life, people, sad,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member WIND

Quatrain #110:

Wise words work well with welcome warm,
Indulge fond tell in simple form;
Note how you dwell on heart's delight,
Do cast the spell to cast fine norms.


Leon Enriquez
20 November 2015

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Categories: norms, allegory,
Form: Rubai
Premium Member Our Own Little Oasis

Everything's about satisfying our personal pleasures Creating our own little oasis with a bed of feathers But sometime's thorns Disrupt the norms Instead of cats and dogs, our pets are heifers © Jack Ellison 2015

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Categories: norms, fun,
Form: Limerick
A Geological Toast
To your health, Vice Chancellor Lightfoot,
who from Usher's words decreed
the creation of the earth beneath
in 4004 B.C.

May we learn from your conforms,
molding nature to current dogma,
and learn to view accepted norms,
at least, cum grano "salta."

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Categories: norms, nature, science,
Form: Verse
On the lap of the foundation of love the smile sits like a wall and peace sets up as the roof of nature’s perfect structure called children where there is no love,smile and peace let not to sit there children as by all passed norms it isn’t coming under a home.

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Categories: norms, absence, character, child,
Form: Free verse
Poetry Pole
Poetry is a pleasant platform,
where passionate pens perform
sweet songs and super sermon,
it's got funny and friendly forms, 
cute and creative, it doesn't conforms,
it's got nice and nifty norms;
a wonder, as weak as a worm,
yet super and strong like storm....

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Categories: norms, art
Form: Monorhyme