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Short Reflexion Poems

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


Swapping
If we put the wisdom of providence on one plate of the cosmic scales, and the mysteries of luck on the other one; 
the bottom line will turn out a third mystery. Let's say, our individual value in the universe.
Would not the deficiencies of one plate be made up for by the surplus of the other?...

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Categories: reflexion, surreal,
Form: Narrative



Crystal Ball
I chip fiercely
through the layers 
in search of my future
but nothing,
nothing at all,
just the reflexion
of my curiosity
and the certainty 
to focus
on the present 
or my future
will be nothing,
nothing at all
if I chip my time away.


by Ana Espinola Collins










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Categories: reflexion, emotions, future, inspirational, life, poetry, time,
Form: Free verse
An Enchanted Emotion
embarking on a new life 
that seems to be heading inthe right direction.
I feel a positive reaction 
when I ponder the day in reflexion.

I'm feeling a degree of happiness
that I have never felt before.
These feeling have my  depression
sagging way low to the floor.

I think I might fly with the clouds
and drift away on a timeless dream.
Then sleep the night away on a cloudy 
kings bed and wake to an enchanted stream....

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Categories: reflexion, happiness,
Form: Verse
Premium Member SEEKING INTIMACY


Rooted but branches
Swaying in the wind
Reaching Extending 
Touching nothingness
Lost in a vast expanse
Yet waiting in a vacuum 
Alone Aloof Reflexion
I thought I would never find the time
for someone to share my life
Time now has a different feel to it
Suddenly I yearn for distraction
For sharing For caring
Suddenly I feel bitterly alone
Conscious of my lack of intimacy
That closeness
That port to call home



Posted in April, 2018...

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Categories: reflexion, anxiety, change, loneliness, longing, relationship,
Form: Free verse