Dark Verse Poems

These Dark Verse poems are examples of Verse poems about Dark. These are the best examples of Verse Dark poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberChokecherries by Maurice Rigoler

In certain summers these small black cherries swell
in size larger than a pea with juice as sweet and dark
as black currants, with a depth of...

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Categories: verse, growing up,

Premium MemberROMANS by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
"Romans"



Believe this
Nothing can separate us
No false imitation 
Nor a usurper possessed by
covetous notion
Nothing can separate us
Not the deepest darkness
of any Black Ocean

The highest barred walls
where...

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Categories: verse, bible, faith, forgiveness, freedom,



Fragile by james friske
A weak ego 
frequently goes ablaze
In the dark kettle of criticism, 
And becomes more cold.
Without its companion woes shrinks and breaks in silence.
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Categories: verse, introspection,

Premium MemberEye Love, You by Gregory R Barden

     I plunge, headfirst,

To swim your eyes,

     And search their depths

For the soul of your mysteries ...

...

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Categories: verse, appreciation, beauty, muse, mystery,

Gone by Alexander Ross
The edge has gone
I feel no fear
What once gripped me
I now hold dear

About to destroy it all
I need to breathe
Dark feels safer than light
When hiding...

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Categories: appreciation, dark, depression, desire,

Premium MemberDawn by Maurice Rigoler

A stain, it saturates the horizon 
gradually absorbing the darkness
into its brightness.

Here light and dark, eternal enemies, 
are not at odds, rather each surrenders 
at...

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Categories: verse, light,

Saigon Cinnamon by Annabelle Jane
You are something
Beyond classification or description.
Something sensory.
Something
Warm, sweet, 
Rich, dark, 
Smoke and fire, 
Softened spice, 
Sugared rust, 
Dusted copper,
Wood, bark, 
Like you grew from the...

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Categories: verse, analogy, love,

Tornado On An Early Autumn Evening by M. L. Kiser
This is actually a form called: Kenning but, there wasn't a form listed for it.
 I just wanted to try one; hope it's decent.

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Categories: verse, natural disasters, nature, rain,

Premium MemberA FAMILY OF BIRDS PRAYING TO GOD by James Edward Lee Sr.
A FAMILY OF BIRDS PRAYING TO GOD

Something flowing through my ears
I'm listening
Birds churchgoing-melodies
Whispering
Meadowlarks after dark
Nesting in the trees
Robins and sparrows hiding behind leaves
Must be
A family...

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Categories: verse, allegory, analogy, appreciation, bird,

Whistlers Last Day by Steve Sant
He whistled away
For most of the day
We sat in the mud, bored
half to death.
Smoking and joking,
Coughing and choking,
We'd get over this bloody war yet.

Then in...

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Categories: verse, death, war,

Premium MemberWalking Past by Laura Breidenthal
There is no cruel intention in these veins of mine
No self-perturbing traces of malice or hatred
Yet I rot in all that I am
Sopping sorrows
Bacterial bondage
Lost...

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Categories: verse, abuse, dark, deep, heartbreak,

A tear for love, a smile or a care by T.I.R.O. JY
We went in to see
To see the broken line
Though good people we once may have been
Can we still make that claim from now on in...

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Categories: verse, dark, fear, grave, heartbreak,

Surround Me by Kay Mel
You know they speak a lot 
Yet no words leap from their tongues
So loud
You can't hear a sound
Darkness surrounding me
But I still see
Why is this...

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Categories: verse, dark, depression, loneliness, poetry,

10:54pm by priyanka bernadette mullick
"Is this how it's supposed to be?
Holding me close and pushing me away? 
I stand on the brink of devastation 
While you are looking out...

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Categories: verse, anxiety, conflict, dark,

She Knows by Kay Mel
Depression my sweet mistress
Here I wait for your sweet embrace
As she whispers sweet nothings my way
A silent suicide
She asks for
I'll end my life
But not today
She's...

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Categories: verse, dark, deep, depression, emotions,

Human by Piercing Words
Dark nights and bright blue mornings
My Back against the wall,
Foot on the moon
Arm strong: I'm carrying the world,

The youth taking over!
Lets just hope we don't...

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Categories: verse, humanity, identity, life,

The sacred shop by fauxcroft wade
There is a shop I know

That sells sacred things

Dazzling sparkling

Sacred things

It sells potions and vials

For alchemy

Items of intrigue and curiosity

This shop sells sacred

Beads and jewelry

But...

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Categories: verse, dream, mystery, uplifting,

Premium MemberInside A '72 Econoline by stark hunter
Inside A ‘72 Econoline

This old green van has a musty smell to it,
Like a pair of sweaty rancid socks
Mixed with half-empty beer cans.
It’s a banged...

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Categories: verse, desire, girlfriend,

Premium MemberREDEMPTION by Sheer Terror
I wrote your obituary today
spun from hearts of gold 
the slow art in molding clay
lines of ink pull the string 
connects the energy unseen
now a...

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Categories: verse, death, heaven, mother, obituary,

Please Quietly Build Me A Flibbertigibbet by matthew harris
(alternately titled:
this stoned temple pilot ready for Styx)

I hate tubby a nuisance
     boot ma checking account...
suffered a major hit strafed
 ...

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Categories: verse, 10th grade, 11th grade,