Free Verse Life Poems

Free Verse Poems About Life Experiences

7 Free Verse Poems About Life Experiences

Examples of free verse poems about different areas of life.
Free verse poems follow no rules, they have no rhyme, rhythm or form. Free verse poems have been around as long as poetry has existed.

  1. I Am Not A Victim Of Breast Cancer

    • By Laura Barnes
    • Published: August 2013
    Poem Of Overcoming

    in Inspirational Poems

    Analysis of Form and Technique

    I am not a victim of breast cancer. I am experiencing breast cancer.
    I am not dying. I am living.
    I am not curing. I am healing and restoring.
    I am not fearing. I am loving and trusting.

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    • Rating 4.41
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    I am a two time cancer survivor. I had a wonderful doctor. The first time I had a lumpectomy and radiation. The second time was five years later and I had a mastectomy with radiation and...

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  3. She Is Strong

    Poem About Daughter Fighting Diabetes

    in Courage Poems

    At birth,
    she was strong.

    It was her

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    • Rating 4.36
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    My life was normal. Then one day I just got sick. My energy levels were low. I didn't want to eat. I was going to the bathroom a lot, and I slept longer than I used to. My mom knew that...

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  4. Change Is All

    • By Olivia Libby
    • Published: May 2011
    Be A Friend And Change Someone's World

    in Change Poems

    No one will ever know how I feel,
    For I cannot even explain it all.
    Nobody to love,
    Nobody to blame,

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    • Votes 601
    • Rating 4.48
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    All I can say about this poem is "me." Thank you for sharing your story. Felt every word of it. I believe in doing the exact thing. Go help someone that's tormenting themselves. People who...

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  6. Tiny Shred Of Love

    • By Swetha Baskaran
    • Published: February 2013

    in Hope Poems

    Floating, heart askew
    In the dark, deep tunnel of nothing
    Claw with every cell of me
    Reach out for anger, greed, sorrow

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    • Stories 0
    • Shares 481
    • Favorited 8
    • Votes 146
    • Rating 4.29
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  7. Dreaming On Paper

    • By Rebecca
    • Published: March 2009

    in Dream Poems

    I don't talk.
    My lips part and air pushes out,
    but the sound must not fit,
    because my thoughts are so big.

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    • Rating 4.26
  8. A Lot Of Anger

    • By Julia Docking
    • Published: February 2010
    Who I Really Am

    in Compassion Poems

    I ache with this...
    words scream out of my mouth with no meaning.
    No sounds compare to the things I seem to say.
    I am sorry.

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    • Rating 4.18
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    This poem touched me a lot. Coming from an abusive home, I did not know anything about myself, wasn't taught anything, wasn't loved or cared for. I was neglected, left to fend for myself. It...

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  10. Love, Pink

    • By Allison Horwitz
    • Published: May 2010
    Sister May Be A Dork

    in Poems by Kids

    My sister,
    She may be a dork.
    She may be a nerd.
    She may not be the thinnest

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    • Stories 0
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    • Favorited 11
    • Votes 172
    • Rating 4.14

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