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Sulfate Poems

Sulfate Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of sulfate poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for sulfate.

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The Lord Of Antibiotics
The Lord Of Antibiotics
        Gentamicin Sulfate B.P
I bow before you O Lord Of Antibiotics
Your efficacy is proven against wide range of pathogens
Your marks out of hundred are one hundred tons
You come in different...Read More
Categories: sulfate, drug, sick,
Form: Couplet

Bacteria is our God, spora mother of God
Bacteria is our God,
Moles, Spore (spora) mother of God;
Before the life existed,
Nothing there was,
Except luminosity of sun,
Sheen of moon and stars;
Earth separated itself from sun,
Formed identity of own;
Yet relied on energy of sun,  
Moon and other planets and stars;
Sun...Read More
Categories: sulfate, god, nature,
Form: Prose Poetry
Held Too Long
I am the dipped stick
People are always referencing to

For two reasons:
One, is that I held on too long
Two, is because all but two fingers are gone

Lets look on the bright side, shall we...
I was a beautiful explosion!

A vibrant bouquet 
Of...Read More
Categories: sulfate, angst, color, firework, funny, goodbye, grave, irony,
Form: Rhyme
Call Me Home

You are the river running through 
unfathomable greens
glassy yellows 
down in the core of the river
flicker lightness on top
You increase me…swell me…impregnate without word or deed
push me to the fore till my sail fills with your carbon 
a deep blue...Read More
Categories: sulfate, first love, life, love, universe,
Form: Free verse
Magnesium Love of The Write
Does it shimmer with confusion?
Quake with conclusion
Sulfate with the meanings residue 
confound and astound you?
Does it rake and equivocate
Does it boil down and resonate
Does it shake your foundation and destroy your

If so your getting it right

...Read More
Categories: sulfate, humorous, write,
Form: Rhyme

Tofu was invented centuries ago by the Chinese.
However, the name we use comes from the Japanese.
It is what many consider a form of soymilk cheese.
In the Far East, it has garnered much fame.
Each nation and culture there gives it a...Read More
Categories: sulfate, food,
Form: Rhyme