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Wastefully Poems | Examples of Wastefully Poetry

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List of Wastefully Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Take Care J.W. Earnings Rhyme wastefully, confidence, deep, emotions, faith,
Jesus You're A Blessing Jim Pemberton Rhyme wastefully, christian, encouraging, faith, happiness,
Premium Member Poem Hunting Healthier Times Gerald Dillenbeck Prose Poetry wastefully, earth, health, integrity, language,
Premium Member Poem Life Changing Events Daniel Turner Rhyme wastefully, death, family, sad,
Heartache DM Babbit Blank verse wastefully, bereavement, heartbreak, life, loss,
Taking Care Of Insects At Sea Stuart Ackerman Rhyme wastefully, art, color, history, war,
I never left you Ernandes Fialo Personification wastefully, adventure, america, courage, feelings,
Move Like Jabber Lei Strauss I do not know? wastefully, friend, funny,
Lord, I'm Lost Without You Jim Pemberton Rhyme wastefully, devotion, faith, friendship, god,
My brother sukkum chang Narrative wastefully, brother, care, care, hate,

Piece Of Paper
by Christopher Bunton
The man in power rose and spoke.
He smiled at all the egos to stroke.

"The country is in disarray."
"We have nothing for the soldiers pay."

"The people...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, political,

Hope Gone to Another
by adam hollingsworth
Surly we haven’t lost all reason and deity to her
The one who bathes and feeds our souls
Surly we haven’t knocked and
Rambled the pillars four? The...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, lifelost, lost,

I let her drive
by linda mcnabb
             I let her drive


I let her drive,
I was too tired and had...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, lifeme,

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Seven Deadly sins
by Debbie Guzzi
Lust
Over burns
Lovers in turn
Full of disdain
Wrath
Feeds fire
Gluttony
Death, and despair
Greed
Just breeds
Raw rampant
Inequity
Sloth
Negates
Energies place
Wastefully spaced
Envy
Decries 
Ego’s dark side
Truths, never lies
Pride
Hard hide
Unearned burn
Circle soon turned
Lust...

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Lanterne | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, allegory

Circles
by Aimee Mazzone
Why is it all so complicated
When it’s supposed to be simplistic
Why does it turn into something nauseating
When I lose sight of the realistic?
Around and around...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, angstme, me,

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Happy Hysterics
by Robin L. Gass
Hearty har har - helplessly howling happy hysterics
awareness, after all, always amazes artichokes!
Everyday evil eggs are eaten eagerly
yesterday you yacked yucky yellow yolks
singing silly sickening...

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Light Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, family, funny, peoplehappy, happy,

Perfidia In Blank
by John Allen
Just another love poem
jotted so arrogantly down on page
blotted ink and emotional stink
recorded wastefully for my age

I could go on about you
your grace, face, all...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, parodywords, love,

You Are The Most Common Form Of Entertainment
by Ashley Daly
You are the most common form of entertainment
And I’m hanging off of your every breath
Hoping that you suffocate, while I’m left dangling
You hurt her heart
Her...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, inspirational, introspection, life,

Making A Monument And Leaving A Legacy
by Chris Gomez
I remember how every word fell
just like the tears that filled our eyes
How everyone was a good enough reason to retry
I remember how every lie...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wastefully, lost love, love, sad,