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Short Sups Poems

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


Premium Member "Beauty Births"
Solar often sups 
Quenching thirst of ocean depths 
Ice banks, beauty's birth 

 3-25-10...

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Categories: sups, nature
Form: Haiku



Premium Member waterfall's moisture
waterfall's moisture seeps as spring awakes nature... deer sups deep from stream
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Categories: sups, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member UNSTABLE MABLE
My beer-swilling auntie called Mabel Could drink most blokes under the table She sups pint after pint Almost every night No wonder her legs are unstable! 06~07~17
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Categories: sups, drink, humorous,
Form: Limerick
A flutter
Succulent the host                                             				 
beating heart sups in mid sky                                                                                        
creator’s bounty...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sups, animals, faith, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Along came a Spider contest
A tree spider sat waiting
in the hollow of a trunk
in ambush for her prey
by stealth she would eat

no web just camouflage
patiently she waits
along came a lizard
she pounces on it

Darting with her sting
which starts dissolving
the flesh of her prey
she happily sups

contest: Along Came A Spider written 06/02/2013...

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Categories: sups, nature,
Form: Light Verse



Thirst

As the panting deer sups
from the stream of water,
filled up refreshed and
restored. 

I hope that I to
can find that refreshment
in this life. 

I find plenty fresh 
water every day, though it 
escapes me. I'm still dry
inside, what is this thirst?

How do I quench it? Where
do I find living water? Point 
me in the right direction to
change my life....

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© Andy Craig  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sups, faith, hope, imagery, journey, spiritual, truth, water,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Always A Widow
Here squats a Black Widow spider,
who sups a swig of sweet cider.
     He spies her there,
     scoots close to share
and sips the hot brew beside 'er.

She darts with aim to devour,
her size gives her lethal power.
     She fakes a hug,
     then snags him snug;
true bliss defines his last hour.

For some who deceive are gifted
to mask when power is shifted.
     The prey's surprise—
      he's soon incised—
his parts all broken and sifted.


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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sups, betrayal, food, humorous, insect,
Form: Limerick