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Sured Poems

Sured Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of sured 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 sured.

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An AlterededState-meant
An Alterded State-meant
Of bliss
I miss                                   ...Read More
Categories: sured, allusion, future, obituary, society, vanity,
Form: Free verse



Strung
Sured my inclination
To goad trapper's ware
For I seek to be strung
By the trap that ensnares
If only to acquaint 
With a pardoner's air
Thee whom unwittingly
Summoned my dare...Read More
Categories: sured, adventure, analogy, animal, anti bullying, art, humor,
Form: Rhyme
sayonara mother thirteen years ago back in time tear drop deux
     devastatingly, grievously, inconsolably, 
     got hexed, issued jilted livingsocial, a less
son learned to late, how maddeningly mess
say yon nick lee infuriated, not accepting press

sing ill fate, nor countenancing fatal injustice, 
refusing...Read More
Categories: sured, 11th grade, 12th grade, anniversary, appreciation, atheist,
Form: Metrical Tale
The North Cape
the wind of old nails
             broken stones
the sky a gulit of rain
all these stunted trees
             grasp...Read More
Categories: sured, earth,
Form: Blank verse
Brianna
Baby girl how I miss you so!
Rest-a-sured, you're thought of more than you know.
I haven't been there for you and it cuts like a knife.
A huge part in my heart aches because I need you in my life!
Nothing can change...Read More
Categories: sured, daughter, family, love
Form: Acrostic



Nerdy Girl
How rude and obnoxious, she was, to push me down,
step on me as if i was her rug,
i might be a nerd but that doesn't give her the right,
inside and out we're all the same, right?

Only geeks have been there...Read More
Categories: sured, adventure, fantasy, happiness, imaginationme, angel, angel, me,
Form: Rhyme
The Deaf Hearts
I'm jabbed at my side with plummet and jab, and yet I must grin and bear it,
I'm abhorrent with scorn for those who must mourn, but then I indifferently swear 
it.
Pathos and play this is the new way to read...Read More
Categories: sured, social,
Form: Classicism