Short Supplant Poems
Short Supplant Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Supplant by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Supplant by length and keyword.
NOT A BRIGHT IDEA
Rudolph’s attempt to supplant Santa by bagging the old man ~ got caught.
All my life
All my life I fled
No foe nor friend
And nothing want
That can supplant
My cross alone
I carry like a throne....
supplant, appreciation, change, courage, freedom, happiness, identity, leaving,
Our fate ends right here
Even there’s a solution
It won’t be supplant
Time to say farewell for good
I’ll treasure all the effort...
supplant, business, philosophy
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...
supplant, america, money, political, presidents day,
For the next President,
Plenty of money spent.
Will Trump be triumphant,
Or will the vote supplant
The current occupant?...
sundials, water clocks
known relics of past time
timers supplant the hourglass
“I-phones put the wristwatch on hold.”
revised June 21, 2014, Spring Equinox.
The Fifth Season
Can memory destroy vision,
if the tables turn
Can time surpass insight,
as its distance churns
Can faith supplant reason,
from its place on high
Can love be the fifth season,
—and our final goodbye
(Villanova Pennsylvania: October, 2016)
Within my soul there is a whisper –
A phantom that once ruled my heart;
At times I feel it softly flicker,
Its aching cold abruptly start
Yet, with a thought it disappears,
As new love’s roots supplant the old,
And lend the warmth of promised years
To this young heart, to bloom and grow.
supplant, grief, heartbroken, hurt, husband, lost love, mental
Visions of eternity, crash and burn in her mind,
Her delusional imposters supplant our reality.
Lightning strikes to the brain, burn our happiness to the ground.
On the floor lay my fragments...her love was the glue that held me together.
4 lines taken from my
Here lies a broken man poem
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