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Famous Short Me Poems

Famous Short Me Poems. Short Me Poetry by Famous Poets. A collection of the all-time best Me short poems

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by Kobayashi Issa

Napped half the day

 Napped half the day;
no one 
punished me!


by Emily Dickinson

Society for me my misery

 Society for me my misery
Since Gift of Thee --


by Richard Brautigan

Please

 Do you think of me 
as often 
as I think 
of you?


by Mother Goose

A Sunshiny Shower


A sunshiny shower
Won't last half an hour.


by Mother Goose

Tongs


Long legs, crooked thighs,
Little head, and no eyes.


by Margaret Atwood

You Fit Into Me

 You fit into me
like a hook into an eye
A fish hook
An open eye


by Mother Goose

Lengthening Days


As the days grow longer
The storms grow stronger.


by Mother Goose

A Chimney


Black within and red without;
Four corners round about.


by Mother Goose

Three Straws


Three straws on a staff
Would make a baby cry and laugh.


by Emily Dickinson

Nor Mountain hinder Me

 Nor Mountain hinder Me
Nor Sea --
Who's Baltic --
Who's Cordillera?


by Matsuo Basho

Dont imitate me

 Don't imitate me;
it's as boring
 as the two halves of a melon.


by Kobayashi Issa

A cuckoo sings

 A cuckoo sings
to me, to the mountain,
 to me, to the mountain.


by James A Emanuel

Four-Letter Word

 Four-letter word JAZZ:
naughty, sexy, cerebral,
but solarplexy.


by Natsume Soseki

Over the wintry

Over the wintry
forest, winds howl in rage
with no leaves to blow.


by Alexander Pope

Epigram Engraved on the Collar of a Dog Which I Gave to His Royal Highness

 I am his Highness' dog at Kew;
Pray tell me, sir, whose dog are you?


by Mother Goose

See-Saw


See-saw, Margery Daw,
Sold her bed and lay upon straw.


by Emily Dickinson

An Hour is a Sea

 An Hour is a Sea
Between a few, and me --
With them would Harbor be --


by Mother Goose

Jerry Hall


Jerry Hall, he was so small,
A rat could eat him, hat and all.


by Emily Dickinson

I stole them from a Bee

 I stole them from a Bee --
Because -- Thee --
Sweet plea --
He pardoned me!


by Mother Goose

A Sieve


A riddle, a riddle, as I suppose,
A hundred eyes and never a nose!


by Mother Goose

A Star


Higher than a house, higher than a tree.
Oh! whatever can that be?


by Mother Goose

See, See


See, see! What shall I see?
A horse's head where his tail should be.


by Mother Goose

Fears And Tears


Tommy's tears and Mary's fears
Will make them old before their years.


by Emily Dickinson

Let me not thirst with this Hock at my Lip

 Let me not thirst with this Hock at my Lip,
Nor beg, with Domains in my Pocket --


by Frank Bidart

Homo Faber

 Whatever lies still uncarried from the abyss within
me as I die dies with me.


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