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Short Sulfur Poems

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


Courtesy (Using Elements)
Chlorine
Oxygen
Uranium
Radon
Titanium
Element
Sulfur
Yttrium 
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Categories: sulfur, school, science
Form: Acrostic



Fingered
Chamber of secrets
Locked in wisps of steel incense
Swabbed sulfur din...

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Categories: sulfur, allegory, life, mystery,
Form: Senryu
Pollution
Acid rain gets blamed,
Sulfur from burning coal,
Stinging the sweet earth....

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Categories: sulfur, education, life, school, science, social
Form: Senryu
Thunderstorm
sulfur curdles nose
wind from eerie flute playing
thunder, lightning, rain
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Categories: sulfur, nature
Form: Haiku
Hot Rock
Brimstone's red glow, hot
Burning sulfur rising up
into the sunset



Inspired by Raul's photo seascape! 
Thank you for the inspiration!!...

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Categories: sulfur, sea
Form: Haiku



Premium Member Beholden to Hinnom
Valley of despair,
eager, burns eternal flames,
delivering souls.

Loathsome lake of fire,
choking forth ash and sulfur,
swallowing the damned.

Cursed, unholy ground,
biblical euphemism,
forge of wickedness.





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Categories: sulfur, religion
Form: Haiku
Artha
Her tongue is made of sulfur
Mud drowns the fields
Fine sand billows over deserts
Soil sprinkled over graves
Blood and sweat for charcoal
Swallowed tears, for potter’s clay
Niter, mortar, a vessel
To give birth, and to slay...

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Categories: sulfur, poems, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member - Haiku X 10 - TIME 00:00 -



                                            Heaven lights up
                                     Air is filled with sulfur odor
                                           Beautiful fireworks




01.01.2013
A-L  ANDRESEN :)...

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Categories: sulfur, seasons,
Form: Haiku
storm
I can feel the thunder
see the lightning in your eyes
as this storm is raging
riding passion in the night
like a candle burning at both ends
strike a match the sulfur ignites
smell the heat
taste the honey
as it burns into the night
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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, love
Form: Free verse
When The Devil Cries
never perfect but hidden in a universe of dark angels he sits on the thrown of evil burnt sulfur skin maggots and flies rum colored eyes when the devil cries God knows he tried his biggest mistake when fire and brimstone tears rolls down his face
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Categories: sulfur, imagination, universe,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member OCTOBER TANKA
finally!    He’s home
candy bag on the table
he empties it out
sugar content enormous!
and    with one brown    crinkled leaf

cool    just a light frost
and the goblins are playing
for it’s Halloween
my doorbell rings    No one there
smell of sulfur in the air
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Categories: sulfur, childhood, children, seasons
Form: Tanka
torment
torment, torture, burn in hell
all of these things locked within this cell
I scream, I cry, the echoes yell
the more I purge..the more that dwell

I thought that only time would tell
still that scent, the sulfur smell
I see this yon...a very long spell
drenched, I drown in this deep well...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, angst, depression
Form: Monorhyme
Echo
And the echo grew stronger, not weaker
as I sat on the ledge next to the waterfall,
your head cradled in my lap
until even our skin shook with the sound.
I covered your ears for you as we watched
the sulfur turn clear water to rusty orange.
I smoothed back your hair
but waiting for you to speak....

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© Sam Mayhue  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, love
Form: Free verse
Breast Feeding
I still remember when the tiny ones would
latch on and suck themselves into comfort 
relieve my swelling, too.

I still remember their faces when
visual stimuli met oral yearning
so completely.

Those nasty nasal onslaughts 
who cared? For my lil sugars
were so dear I'd have drowned in sulfur before
forgoing the blue snot bulb....

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Categories: sulfur, love,
Form: Free verse
match
random matches in a book
the cover closed when lighting
pulling across the striking surface
sulfur catching and igniting

smoke lifts from the once cool head
the flame burns hot and high
combustion from the chemicals
consuming all close by

breath softly extinguishes
after it's abated
intensity has burnt itself out
cooling once exhausted...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, introspection
Form: Verse
Premium Member - Haiku X 135 - Volcanic Eruptions -


                            earth cracked ~ lava spurts
                                sulfur dioxide gas kills
                                 a heartbreaking loss











07/06/2018
Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved
Magicicada Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Maureen McGreavy
www.howmanysyllables.com : 5-7-5

3rd place in the contest...

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Categories: sulfur, death, earth, loss,
Form: Haiku
ANOTHER WAY OUT
SO HERE I AM ONCE AGAIN...
LOOKING FOR A WAY OUT.........
IM BATTLING THIS DEMONIC SIN....
LOOKING, PRAYING FOR ANOTHER ROUTE....

A DEMONS TALONS TEARING AT MY BACK...
I TRY AND SHAKE HIM OFF...
HE HAS A WELL PLANNED ATTACK....
AND THE SULFUR.MAKES ME COUGH.....

I FEEL THE FIRE...
IT BURNS DEEP IN MY SOUL.....
WATER CAN ONLY  QUINCH MY DESIRE....
ONLY THEN, CAN I GAIN CONTROL............

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Categories: sulfur, confusion, fantasy, life, loss, mystery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Clover Leaf Thing
               at age 12

Chigger bites, mighty small, are no fun.
Hard to see, they will bite any one.
Get bit on that thing,
laughter it will bring,
when it swells like a clover leaf bun.

A hot tub, a long soak and you rant.
The sulfur smells horrid I will grant.
Visiting, the kin,
trying to get in,
but the one gets a look is my aunt.


 Jan 2010 For Deb's Contest  9/9/5/5/9...

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Categories: sulfur, funny
Form: Limerick
Murder

Shadows loom at my back
Nefarious plans attack
Try to shake it off of me
Darkness clings but none can see
Tailing me all the day
Make this evil go away
Sulfur lingers on the fog
Terrified I start to jog
Breathe of hell upon my cheek
Death upon me
Knees go weak
On the icy ground I shiver
Ripping piercing through my liver
Soul is taken off the track
Shadows stab me in the back
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Categories: sulfur, dark, death,
Form: Free verse
ASSAYING
Sailing, 
triangulating the body. 
I will not come for the false blues.

You dig out the bones? 
to evaluate the sickle, 
that failed to trim the dark.

The murder was clean. 
A religion lies beheaded.
Anaerobic, the poem survived.

The animal smell, 
stays.Overpowers the limbs.
You run blindfolded.

The crickets emit an omen. 
A sulfur burns. 
The yellow sun was rising.


Satish Verma
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Categories: sulfur, art,
Form: ABC
good luck monsanto
my voice quakes with the gnashing of teeth, my breath sulfur and firey embers. 
beneath the weight of my powerful paws, the entire solar system strains and bruises. 
i shake with the force of a mighty wind, my ropes of fur spreading out and latching onto the plantation of the worlds on which i stand. 
and they constrict, and they choke out, and they kill off. 

i plague the system. 

my essence is satisfied; the purpose of my being....

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Categories: sulfur, science,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Transmutation
Leather-bound books on the sorcerer’s shelf,
Offer a perch for the magical elf,
Watching the chemicals fume:
Vapors of sulfur and alchemist’s brew.
Melting to gold in a mystical stew,
Stinking the cob-webbed room.

Then the mad sorcerer grabs his small friend,
Saying, “An elf will add zest to my blend,”
Plunges him into the vat;
Later the sorcerer’s body is found
Horribly scalded to death with no sound,
Elf-prints all over his hat.
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© Steve Eng  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, fantasy
Form: Verse
Transmutation

Leather-bound books on the sorcerer’s shelf,
Offer a perch for the magical elf,
Watching the chemicals fume:
Vapors of sulfur and alchemist’s brew.
Melting to gold in a mystical stew,
Stinking the cob-webbed room.

Then the mad sorcerer grabs his small friend,
Saying, “An elf will add zest to my blend,”
Plunges him into the vat;
Later the sorcerer’s body is found
Horribly scalded to death with no sound,
Elf-prints all over his hat.
...

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© Steve Eng  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, fantasy
Form: Verse
Transmutation

Leather-bound books on the sorcerer’s shelf,
Offer a perch for the magical elf,
Watching the chemicals fume:
Vapors of sulfur and alchemist’s brew.
Melting to gold in a mystical stew,
Stinking the cob-webbed room.

Then the mad sorcerer grabs his small friend,
Saying, “An elf will add zest to my blend,”
Plunges him into the vat;
Later the sorcerer’s body is found
Horribly scalded to death with no sound,
Elf-prints all over his hat.
...

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© Steve Eng  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, fantasy
Form: Verse
Tidal Waves and Volcanoes
Like the flowing rage of magma
it drapes across the land
sweet and sickly smell of sulfur
Making love to noses up high
down low alike
Lake of fire bubbling about and kissing the kingdom
of the frightened, their fiery smiles blossom
A flower 
Singular in its purpose
It buds and pollinates
the rest
Like the flowing rage of water
it sweeps across the land
crisp and clean smell of fresh and new
Tidal waves making love to the land
the noses are full
they come clean in the wash
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© Tim B  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sulfur, natural disasters, nature, philosophy, love,
Form: Free verse