Science Writing Poems

These Science Writing poems are examples of Writing poems about Science. These are the best examples of Writing Science poems written by international poets.


Fourth demension beer by john smith
"I think it's like, deja vue haiku", particularly after four beers, "special relativity like speaking", only I forgot what I was saying "you know what...

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Categories: writing, drink, fantasy, science, science

Premium MemberMiracle in My Womb by Sakshi Singh
From some week
Nauseous I feel 
Last month my period also ceased 
I'd gone to Doctor 
"You are preggy"
She congratulated me. 
A sweet smile ran through...

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Categories: writing, birth, child, imagination, poetry,



The Science of Fiction by Joe DiMino
Frankenstein’s monster
bears not only his name
but his own body-parts…
heart, soul and spirit
invested in 
all our creations; 

also given credit
are Gods and angels,
more than passive participants
how...

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Categories: writing, allegory, analogy, philosophy, science,

Premium MemberUrsula Le Guin : A Tribute by Paul Callus
Steadied by anthropological roots,
the strong influence gained in Kishamish,
flitting in and out of light and darkness
while harvesting the fields of literature
she delved into the depths...

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Categories: literature, writing,

Premium Memberby the focused light - in the beginning by Rick Parise
by the focused light - in the beginning 



must there be distrust
such a world exist 
intellectual friction
or perhaps
a righteous hand
to grip
seclusion or inclusion
encounters thus 
a...

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Categories: writing, betrayal, change, destiny, earth,

Premium MemberUndeniably Ursula by Carrie Richards
On tundra that is intent to destroy and defy,
the winds and the ice will attempt to deny 
any who are willing to stray across boundaries.
Those...

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Categories: writing, adventure, books, dedication, imagery,

The Shameless Plug by David Welch
So you’re all probably thinking
that these winter months sure are dull,
and I bet that you are wishing
from something to break the lull.
What if I were...

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Categories: writing, adventure, books, confidence, humorous,

Premium MemberFRANTIC NIGHT by Judy Emery
FRANTIC NIGHT

It was a frantic night 
where I stood among the grey tomb stones
where science was all around me 
my heart brought me down to...

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Categories: writing, cry, death, dream, emotions,

Premium MemberWicket the Ewok by Julie Leigh Rodeheaver
Wicket the Ewok
Was the one who found
Princess Leia
After she had fallen
On the ground
From her land cruiser

At first Wicket saw Leia
As the enemy
Little did he know
That...

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Categories: adventure, science fiction, writing,

I AM by Harshath Vidheya

I’m a Scientist.
I Invented an Eraser
That Works best on Blank Page.

I’m a Photographer.
I Shoot the best Pictures
Of Darkness.

I’m a Mathematician.
I Count the Stars
Every Night.

I’m a...

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Categories: writing, funny, humor, i am,

Far From My Final Analysis by Dalton Ogletree
6/26/17

You don't want to be caught in the cross hairs
Realize that at times life is not fair
After having minimal guidance
I stood in pure silence
With very...

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Categories: writing, creation, dark, fun, poetry,

Oblivion by Dalton Ogletree
6/6/17

Are we part simian?
A centered or off kilter equilibrium
Near or far from the prime meridian
And any kind of amphibian
As well as snowflake obsidian
Items and objects...

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Categories: writing, dark, evil, how i

The Ex Machina by John Beam
A computer writing poetry absurd                    ...

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Categories: writing, allegory, betrayal, computer, corruption,

Premium MemberReducing Knowledge by Steven Henderson

Insisting one might was well be dead
Feasting upon dark emotional words
This is how the young have been led
Magnetic this compass for the birds
Signal sent be...

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Categories: word play, writing, youth,

Every Poem an Invention by Joe DiMino
Every poem
An invention
Some would say:
When a romantic
Creates a breathing rose
In the mind
For the heart of another
A far superior find
Than all
Man’s Relativities—

So—
Let Einstein rest
Of his atoms
Undressed;
And...

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Categories: writing, allegory, allusion, art, poetry,

THE ULTIMATUM VISION OF OUR DAYS by MELISA MOYO
Your typical cerebrum below reasoning,
Intriguers my gray matter without questioning
While the white matted and mutating to black,
Tissues, I can never use to wipe away my...

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Categories: writing, anger, deep, feelings, love,

s HIP by Robert Warlov
 An inquiry into form






There-                    ...

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Categories: writing, analogy, art, identity, image,

This is why I love writing by Karam Misra
Edgar Rice Burroughs went beyond stars
To write of epics of Thuvia the maid of Mars,
Of Tarzan raised by Apes and Venus and Pellucidar,
Having  stuck...

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Categories: write, writing,

Per Ardua Ad Astra by Keith Bickerstaffe
...inspired by 'Science-Fiction Cradlesong'
        by C.S. Lewis


Were we to try for heaven,
by dust and stars be riven
to lust...

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6 JAN 2011 by Ian Be
watching snow fall in the city
i think about the soldiers
  that fought in world war two
        ...

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Categories: writing, america, anxiety, january, seasons,