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Vent Poems - Poems about Vent

Vent Poems - Examples of all types of poems about vent 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 vent.
We, Crazy
... In the shadows of my half-waked condition of terra firma- patronus renditioned, I mudder into your soil, snorkel into your swamp of inlet tributary, a flagellum personae , prosopopoeia explorae ......Read More
Categories: vent, art,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member is eden true or false
...Those boosting creation vent steam They scream that life has a grand scheme In fact we don't know Where all this will go And anything else is a dream.......Read More
Categories: vent, addiction, religion, universe,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Inner Sanctum
...Placed Fist in: Pick a Title, Vol 41 Poetry Contest Sponsored by Edwrad Ibeh Inner Sanctum In the very depth of my heart......Read More
Categories: vent, feelings, god, humanity, men,
Form: Verse
Selfishness
...Nobody want me here nobody want me there nobody want to come nobody want to stay nobody want to take me nobody hold my hand nobody think of me they just think on themselves. Jessica (po......Read More
Categories: vent, cry,
Form: Rhyme
Im UNSURE
...More pure than a lake of baptized sins I just wanna get money and match my friends She wash in Lake Minnetonka with a devilish grin Her seductiveness pulls me in While I watch it pour purple d......Read More
Categories: vent, africa, blessing, family, for
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Never the Twain Shall Meet
... Puzzle pieces are made so that they interlock, but sometimes one of us gets bent out of shape, and no matter how hard I try to make you understand you're like that misfit puzzle piece with eyes ......Read More
Categories: vent, conflict,
Form: Rhyme
January 13th 2024 Happy Lxv-th birthday Matthew Scott Harris
...January 13th 2024 - Happy Lxv-th birthday Matthew Scott Harris date of conception:? ~ Late March – mid April 1958. date of parturition: January xiii, mcmlix. date of expiration:? January i, emi......Read More
Categories: vent, age, appreciation, birthday, celebration,
Form: Free verse
solo race around the world
...My Arkea Ultime Challenge race, Solo race around the world, It is the poetry that I trace day by day, My trimaran is happiness and its sails, I can go around the world, with, From my home port, ......Read More
Categories: vent, courage, inspirational, sea,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Love Song of L Marie Modenbach
...We disagree I want to breathe people Feel a timeless, immortal pulse My solitude is anonymous observation Strolling in unnoticed contemplation through worlds stacked upon worlds The Flâneuse My......Read More
Categories: vent, change, emotions, growth, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Life is a song
...As life is a song , I shall share a piece in a vent , brace yourself, for my pen is full of dents, I could count the leaves that curled into a crumpled cone, that is how much I have tried gettin......Read More
Categories: vent, mental illness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pardon My Lame Humor
...Dear 2024, I hope this poetic vow wouldn’t be shunned, as I block negativity from my phone, like my bitter exes. And forgive my sense of humor that resembles sour grapes, like a......Read More
Categories: vent, future, giggle,
Form: Free verse
Church Comment Horn Haiku
...Had Heard Church Comment Horn Haiku had heard church comment commandments contained in cement we always knew what they meant stop Southern accent all your sins admit Bible for a beatnik prep......Read More
Categories: vent, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Seedy Affairs
... I am a seed in the ground waiting for the sun to warm me and to wake me up I feel gentle taps of pluie soaking through the soil nourishing me I start to ......Read More
Categories: vent, allusion, extended metaphor, growth,
Form: Free verse
One generic baby boomer, a garden variety sexagenarian
...One generic baby boomer, (a garden variety sexagenarian)... offers his interpretation of critical race theory I, (an articulate, charming, domesticated, erudite, friendly, genteel, humorous, in......Read More
Categories: vent, 12th grade, abuse, africa,
Form: Rhyme
If it wasn't for poetry
...“Poetry allows the poet to give vent to rage and despair in words, instead of action.” ~ by poet Oh, you don’t wanna know what it would be like if it wasn't for poetry. Li......Read More
Categories: vent, anger, poetry,
Form: Free verse

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