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Short Quash Poems

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


Rachel

tension in the air
mistakes previously forgotten
brought forth by another
sorrow fills the mind
indulgence of the flesh
quash dreams of the soul...

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Categories: quash, lost love, love,
Form: I do not know?



CONS-PIRACY
It was original craft
Here comes unjust
Making out for cash
Setup mode to catch
Bring the sinner to judge
Include the planner cast
Conspiracies quash! 
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© Neldy Jolo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, hope, love, political, sad
Form: I do not know?
A man with happy hands
There once was a curly haired lad
Whenever he started to feel mad
He’d shout out loud “GOSH”
And then he would quash
With nunchucks what made deb feel sad
...

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© Jack Ton  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, funny,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Total Kibosh
Oh my gosh!
Utter bosh...
Waves swash,
Watery slosh,
Simply awash,
Auto wash...
Oughta quash?
Lost me galosh!
That's not posh.
Put the kibosh-
Don't josh!
...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: quash, car, crazy, cute, fun, humor, silly, word
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Quizzicality
    Quite
    Quickly,
    Quirky quotes
    Quell quarrelsome
    Quips.

    Quash 
    Quibbles
    Quietly,
    Quench querulous
    Qualms.

    3/ 12/ 2019....

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Categories: quash, humor, word play,
Form: Lanterne



Premium Member Random Body Parts


With age, random body parts start to fall off I used to be quite surprised but now I just scoff Probably don't need em But into depression, I'd descend 'Cept a leg, dancing the Maranga it would surely quash
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Categories: quash, sad,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Christmas Turkeys


People running round like turkeys with their heads off Turkeys running for their lives, fears unable to quash Sadly tradition wins out Season joy's what it's about Turkeys have families too, at tradition they scoff
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Categories: quash, holiday,
Form: Limerick
Two notes

Before the wise soul,
sits the hirsute poet

He sits in wait
for the wise soul’s
mighty fount of wet black
to quash,
the two hands
the two hearts
the two smiles;
the two notes which share
the same pitch






*fount of wet black: fountain pen                                  







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Categories: quash, pain, sorrow,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member A poet ought to know it
Why can't I see in myself
  what others see in me

So busy comparing reality
  to some idealized version of me

A version of me from so long ago
  no one would recognize it now, so

Perhaps it's time to quash comparisons absurd
  to celebrate who I've become, as I pen each new word...

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Categories: quash, age, identity, poetry, poets, youth,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member QRS
    Quarrelsome Questions

    quickly quirky quips
    quash quandaries quietly
    quells querulous qualms

    Right Results

    rapid repartee
    repress rhetorical rants
    ribs rabble - rousers

    Sweet Success

    swiftly satires skill
    silences sophistries spin
    stuns subversive scorn

    8 / 4 / 2020.
    

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Categories: quash, word play,
Form: Alliteration
Eyes Gifting
Filigree eyes so fervent
Agitated incensed thoughts
Silenced…
Lest terror and dilemma 
Sacrifice you to lifeless mettle

Muddled illusory echoes
A vacant faced hollow shroud
Defined…
Rise and slake the flames	
Quash the panicked ire

Reside in ardent moments 
Suppressed of biting angst
Falling…
Catch the yield of filigree eyes
Crystalline tears
...

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Categories: quash, passion, philosophy, time, visionary,
Form: Imagism
I see fire
I see rings of fire in my eyes.
A spirit none can quash.
Yet sometimes only I limit this fire by doubts.
I feel like someone is tossing water at my rings of fire.
Sometimes I doubt my existence.
Only for the power of the pen to triumph.
Lo, behold my rings of fire.
A drive no intoxicant can bear.
A fire which rips the soul.
Yet drives the heart.
And Flabbergasts the brain.
My inner fire will stop never.
My fire, my everything....

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Categories: quash, passionfire, fire,
Form: I do not know?
Festival of Sacrifice

Let we rejoice the
creamy event
tomorrow,
And to say Eid
Mubrak with no
sorrow,

Remember to greet,
tweet and read,
Your inbox full of
bakra Eid,

To shake our hands
with benignity,
To quash the hatreds
of malignity,

This Eid brings the
message of
brotherhood and
humanity,
With divine
blessings and
bestowment of
sodality,

Wish you mirth, wish
you Joys,
Happy Bakra Eid with
highs.

Shahid Hussain
Chouhdry...

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Categories: quash, eve,
Form: Heroic Couplet
Fake Lamentation
Fake Lamentation
by ~H~

Quash my hopes and quell my dreams
Wrap my heart in shades of grey
Life has it in for me, it seems
For jaded and broken I'm bound to stay

Sheath your tongue of silvery cold
I cover my ears from your fake lament
Speak no more your words so old
Release your grip on my mind now bent

Quash my hopes and quell my dreams
You leave this place in disarray
For me to patch the holes and seams
And amble on through another day

-End-...

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Categories: quash, betrayal, hate, pain, sad,
Form: Ballad
Quash
I dream an scream to quash thou demon
I suffer doth hurt I cry doth scar eyes on
I see how you bring pain into existence
Quash Quash oh fallen angel and sense
For what once was yours now it never be

Quash Quash Oh fallen angel and flee
Away from earth away from this tree
For how long shall I wait to live to be
An stop wanting to eliminate your see
Quash forever never return to whenever

Quash Quash an i'll be here ; and you
Will be no more 

22/02/2017...

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Categories: quash, cry,
Form: Imagism
The Page
That stunningly beautiful day
(though through smog, the light really was grey)
In the mythic town
Where you live like a clown
In my hand the page finally lay

It was my dream for more than eight years
And down my face streamed muting tears
Vindication at last
But the outside seems vast
Paper's too thin to quash all my fears

Yet on this bright day in may
I ignore the words no one will say
My work's finally done
It is time to have fun
And for my home I will always pray...

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Categories: quash, places,
Form: Limerick