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Syncope Poems

Syncope Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of syncope 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 syncope.

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Premium Member Equinity
Running wild propelled by echoes of thunderous hooves clip clopping rhyme

A troop of stallions gallop in assonance over fields of pasture in adnomination

Display streams of collective unconsciousness un-trapped by stirrups and reigns

Apposition knows no boundaries when pairing takes part in...Read More
Categories: syncope, celebration,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill - IXL Part Two
Unquotable quotes: The How of Democratic Kill - IXL, Part Two

No, tell me not my vote now does not count
         (Shakespearean Sonnet)

No, tell me not my vote now does not count
For with...Read More
Categories: syncope, freedom, humanity, international, leadership, power, society,
Form: Sonnet
A cat sniffs the crooked brown dough of the sullen moon;
The tempting smell of warm bread seems held by a glass sky
Old age, carefully steps on the glass, always ready to cry
 Like they`d learn again to walk,holding an invisible...Read More
Categories: syncope, age, art, car, care, cat, science,
Form: Imagism
Premium Member Syncope Senses -WIN
Lifted is the fabulous February’s cover,
And I have seen you scantily dressed,
Now I see the buds & flowers all over,
Then by the wild winter camouflaged.
Cool breeze sends messages caressed.

Blame not if March makes me spree     ...Read More
Categories: syncope, love, may, me, romance, sensual,
Form: Quintain (English)
Memoirs of a ghost
How shall I refuse what I am now?
And even if I would not be a specter,
Whose shameful fists rake the 
Chimes of your darkest night,
I’d still breathe the venom through
My thorns, and be undead…
Just hurl my spirit into syncope
If you’d...Read More
Categories: syncope, death, lost love, love
Form: Free verse

The Depth of Fear
When the wispy willows wave
and the voice calls from the grave,
suddenly you're not so brave
in your damp and darkened cave.

Seeing things that cannot be,
defying logic, totally,
knees now feeling wobbly,
tilting down toward syncope.

Can you deny what you've just seen?
Convince yourself it...Read More
Categories: syncope, confusion, mystery
Form: Rhyme