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Trickery Poems - Poems about Trickery

Trickery Poems - Examples of all types of poems about trickery to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for trickery.
... Home computers arrived out of the blue. They had been travelling through mind-space for many years, Most of us older personages had not a clue. They came with other free magical packages the......Read More
Categories: trickery, poetry,
Form: Free verse

For fishery in the tertiary
...Bruno enrolls in the tertiary For a full program in Fishery. Dad had judged his first course treachery Or Bruno risking self trickery... In their lusty town much revelry, In which fish faces n......Read More
Categories: trickery, devotion, education, inspiration, love,
Form: Rhyme
...I seek tranquility Teetering as I find trip hazards and traps I seek tranquility Traisping, but my treks take detours involving trickery, it's my thoughts that are torturous ......Read More
Categories: trickery, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
A Free Dove
...I feel free like a dove, so peaceful as can be and the sound of silence is like music to my ears. As I glaze up to heaven, all I see is the reflection from the sea. What a sight to witness, ......Read More
Categories: trickery, adventure, beautiful, destiny, motivation,
Form: Verse
...“I placed My image in you Giving you a free will Making you separate From the rest of Creation Fearing Me lets you rise From mere animal instincts To bring nations close To the only true Go......Read More
Categories: trickery, bible, christian, evil, faith,
Form: Free verse

I could
...I could sit here and choose not to feel this sorrow. I could ignore it forget it and move on tomorrow. I could sit and bide my time til time is come and gone. I could look at you in Innocense lik......Read More
Categories: trickery, depression, heartbreak, life, loneliness,
Form: Rhyme
Damn bad reputation counts 500 plus paw whet tick stints
... Damn bad reputation counts 500 plus paw whet tick stints The following fictitious poetic vignette attempts a feeble tale of one ordinary day in life of anonymous miscreant. "I don't give ......Read More
Categories: trickery, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
The Eagle
...You're the ablest creature That can fly high without blinking The wonders of nature Are always yours for the seeing You stare directly at the sun Daring to challenge its shine With your ......Read More
Categories: trickery, sun,
Form: Rhyme
I Shoulda Seen It Comin'
...I shoulda seen it coming like a blazing surge of lightning, before it took bite of my name with a deafening defame. The trickery of friendship is like a sinking ship, where you're left i......Read More
Categories: trickery, deep,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Puss in Boots
...The miller’s third son was disappointed to inherit a mere alley cat. He did not realize the trickery and deceit under this creature’s hat. Puss in Boots could outmaneuver committees, clubs, king an......Read More
Categories: trickery, books,
Form: Rhyme
My nascent poetic tribute to black history month
...My nascent poetic tribute to black history month more apropos and alternately titled: praise to thee people of variegated melanin color, whose immense understated improvements and enhancemen......Read More
Categories: trickery, 12th grade, adventure, africa,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hollywood's Golden Years
... Ah! The Golden Years of Hollywood And those old black and white movies Some were cinematic disasters But some you could call quite groovy Even now, my heart skips a beat When one......Read More
Categories: trickery, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hunter and Monkey
...Once upon a time, there was a swift hunter Chased deep into the distant dense forest While searching for animals, he saw a tiger Roaring, footslogging to a fresh meat nearest The hunter rushed to......Read More
Categories: trickery, adventure, animal, betrayal, confidence,
Form: Rhyme
During War
...During war folks don’t breathe with ease, Kids don’t keep frolicking; they cease, Haters of blood shed soldiers seize; There’s caging in a once free breeze. During war most men jittery, Eyes......Read More
Categories: trickery, analogy, feelings, solitude, war,
Form: Rhyme
Win the war
...We must win the war, Energy still raw; With foes wipe the flour; Not for us a sore… To lose is a flaw, End up in some jaw, Long opened bad door; Death would try its gnaw… In battles the f......Read More
Categories: trickery, conflict, death, evil, violence,
Form: Rhyme

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