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Syndication Poems

Syndication Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of syndication 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 syndication.

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He Was Going Somewhere, Part I
Jack and Oliver were identical twins,
born way out there in Nebraska’s Sand Hills,
from the beginning everybody said Jack
was possessed of a remarkable will.

They said his small town would not contain him,
the country life was too small and too spare,
Jack would...Read More
Categories: syndication, addiction, brother, life, meaningful, perspective, success, work,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member You Cannot Beat Cop Fireman Doctor
A cop a fireman or a doctor the novice writer tried.
Been done someone countered quickly, and way too much gore.
Look at what people watch the  confident writer replied.
It would have to will last a hundred episodes or more.

What about...Read More
Categories: syndication, write, writing,
Form: Rhyme
felt like a contestant
always felt
like a
on a game
prove you love me
in which i was
on a quest  
trying to win 
the grand prize 
your heart 
felt as if the 
show was on 
set on repeat
a never ending 
forever lost...Read More
Categories: syndication,
Form: Lyric
The new modern
Tattoo addiction

Bunk loans
"You're fired" immune deficiency syndrome

Troll roads
Hipster mustachioed

Rhetoric squawk
Locker room talk

Gene mutation
Social syndication

Right to choose
Hashtag abuse

Getting fatter
Online chatter
whose lives matter?

Political turbidity
Global humidity
Pokemon stupidity

Going viral
Vinyl revival
Fallen idyll...Read More
Categories: syndication, life, world,
Form: Free verse
Epiphany Part 2
(continued from part 1)

But we’re all witnesses here, 
Right from the very start,
Veiled from conception,
Driven by Heart.
Dieu vivant grâce à vous et à moi, 

You ever think to wonder,
Who it is that smells the rain,
Or really hears the thunder?
Take for...Read More
Categories: syndication, angel, blessing, dream, faith, heaven, inspiration, visionary,
Form: Epic

Such an ideal is the syndication of cynicism.
For in this indictment of others, they can do anything,
but they cannot escape the uncaring.
Such an ideal is sagaciously inept at showing.
For they walk throughout every day with the sun blinding,
but they cannot...Read More
Categories: syndication, allegory, allusion, analogy, grief, vanity,
Form: Prose Poetry
To Tell The Truth
It happened to be several decades ago,
when Goodson and Todman came up with a game show.
Two imposters appeared with someone who was real.
An interesting story one contestant would reveal.
Four panelists attempted to guess the storyteller’s identity.
They had to distinguish the...Read More
Categories: syndication, games, remember,
Form: Rhyme

Another day goes by, outside influence on the outcome
Tearing the heartstring in two
And in my mind, strange topics pop up again
Without your love in my life
I don’t know what I would do…

On the home front on my own it...Read More
Categories: syndication, introspection, life, love, god, god,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Mash
From Seventy-two to Eighty-three,
I took a rest from reality
To watch these doctors laugh and cry.
(And some of them would even die.)

It was a story of Korean War
Which had ended twenty years before,
But Vietnam War was in full force
And we were...Read More
Categories: syndication, history, war, war,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member 21st Century Myth Fabrication-H
Once Jessica Lynch of states army division
The sweet young soldier girl of twenty one
Served in Iraq invasion
Never fired her weapon
Honored  first prisoner of war woman.

Wounded with bullets and in tension 
The doctors paid her full attention
Knife wounds bullet none
Only...Read More
Categories: syndication, political, myth,
Form: Burlesque

All In The Family
A family lived in a little row house in Queens.
When we saw them each week, there were numerous funny scenes.
The household head was adamantly opinionated.
This loading dock foreman was grossly undereducated.
His wife Edith was unassuming and subservient.
She and daughter Gloria...Read More
Categories: syndication, nostalgiafamily, family,
Form: Rhyme
The Poet's Poet
People often ask me about my favorite poet
Let's see if you can guess
He's nothing like the coventional ones
Or even, any of the rest

Everyone who saw him knew his name
For he said it a million times
I laughed everytime he opened his...Read More
Categories: syndication, funnyme, me, time,
Form: Rhyme
A Voice For Sanity 2008
This may cause horror or consternation
Or spark your deep imagination
It may be met with fascination –
I’d be honored to die by assassination
Ghandi, Kennedy, Martin Luther King
Lincoln and John Lennon, ‘tis of Thee I sing
I want my life to...Read More
Categories: syndication, forgiveness, history, hope, life, peace, philosophy, visionary,
Form: Alliteration