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Web Poems - Poems about Web

Web Poems - Examples of all types of poems about web 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 web.
The Price of Progress
...Behold the world, once calm and still, Now humming with machines of endless thrill, We've lost ourselves in technology's web, Our human connections now hanging by a thread. Efficiency and ease,......Read More
Categories: web, happiness, life, lost, technology,
Form: Rondeau

Inevitable death defines life
...Inevitable death defines afterlife I mull mortality thru lens crafted occipital orbs regarding a better future experience sing a space oddity – whar incessant yaks exuding a big hurt emana......Read More
Categories: web, absence, allah, angel, anxiety,
Form: Rhyme
...WASTELAND possessed by words yet discourse-less implicit intuition meandering in a web of language a whirling ......Read More
Categories: web, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Another dumb poem
...In a world of confusion Sitting here musing Advanced as we are Have we gone to far What ever you need to know Your knowledge you wish to grow Look at your phone it will show The time of tec......Read More
Categories: web, baby, child,
Form: Rhyme
Words Unsaid
...Words unsaid Embedded In my head Their all gone now Too late I missed my moment Caught up Entangled in a web Meaningless Encounters......Read More
Categories: web, absence,
Form: Verse

By George burning hard, I Shaw tried to playwright
...By George (burning hard), I Shaw tried to playwright offers his unsolicited tidbits as scene courtesy the following virtually staged philosophical insight. Arch back like a professional......Read More
Categories: web, adventure, age, angel, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
... We are victims Tied with common fetters Loosed in thoughts of varied choices and desires Loosely searching to make ends meet: The meeting at this spot, Either to go or stay, is a choice. ......Read More
Categories: web, africa, angst, betrayal, encouraging,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Just for fun
...Spider man spider man tries hard to do what a spider can Sends a web About his size Catches women just with his lies Look out here comes the Spiderman Is he strong listen bud He's got viagra ......Read More
Categories: web, urban,
Form: Rhyme
Call and response poetry Spares
...I quite enjoyed writing these two line poems for the Bantu contest - the idea of the call and response with two different statements but the same sensory response to each line. A bit like a game of M......Read More
Categories: web, imagination,
Form: Imagism
What Happened To The Giants, Part I
...You may have heard folks speak about giants, it certain circles that some call ‘plain nuts!’ among cryptozoological types they’re speculated upon rather much. And every few months on the intern......Read More
Categories: web, conflict, history, myth, people,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Dream Faerie
...Dream faerie sits on the mushroom throne Seeing the tiny dreamer, slumbering all alone. She brings in adventure, pirates too. Dazzling the dreams of little Deborah Lou. Dream faerie’s attention......Read More
Categories: web, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member New moorings
...Are anchors fetters or do they stabilise, acting as moorings, holding us steady, that we may stay grounded in our comfort zone, whilst battling fierce winds of duality? We walk alone yet seek s......Read More
Categories: web, culture, introspection,
Form: Verse
Premium Member My fears
...I fear for Nigeria my country I fear for the giant of Africa I fear for God’s Master piece I fear for a country that is always Trapped in the web of its convoluted misery I fear for a country p......Read More
Categories: web, allusion, anxiety, betrayal, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Praying Mantis
...A female praying mantis is so alluring, living in her island paradise -- a small swamp with so many wonderful plants and flowers around. The female mantis is being courted by so many males of differe......Read More
Categories: web, autumn, funny love, insect,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Trapped In My Own Web
...Caught up in the mediocracy of a life I no longer recognize… I’m fighting to break free from this trap I’ve built for myself. Even if I turned and walked away the man that I’d see walking… Woul......Read More
Categories: web, introspection,
Form: Free verse

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