Get Your Premium Membership

Adjoining Poems

Adjoining Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of adjoining poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for adjoining.

New Poems

Premium Member Mirror of Peace
Looking through frosted glass of windows' sorrowed pain I who

Reflects upon the frozen condensation in the shelter of my mind

Delight that there are crystals on the panel which refract the joy

On the grace bestowed upon me by hindsight observation glare

I...Read More
Categories: adjoining, appreciation,
Form: Free verse

Invisible Strokes of Guitar
I had just retired to bed
Around midnight, perhaps
Soft strokes of guitar

First I got startled
It was a one room facility
Not a mouse in sight

I alone was on tour
On my office duty
Puzzled, I looked around

A velvet soft tune
Almost intoxicating
Coming from a little...Read More
Categories: adjoining, guitar, psychological,
Form: Free verse
Elysian Killing Fields
Your Elysian Killing Fields-
Your soul, my Love,
is the pristine gilded white,
that cascades down from Heaven's summit.
A river that fills me, a dry riverbed,
with your milk and honey.
Your current carrying me along,
to your eternity.
Eternally, flowing along,
your emotional streams,
towards your heart's tributary.
A...Read More
Categories: adjoining, angel, beautiful, care,
Form: Rhyme
Locked For The Night

Adjoining the river-front
At the end of a long corridor
There is a room, a very dark room
Even the light does not penetrate
I am in that room locked for the night
Given a sheet of paper and a pen
After let out to...Read More
Categories: adjoining, happiness,
Form: Free verse
Terra Cotta Visits
Days with my parents Dr. Wolf and Dr. Erika,
I would visit on my return route from my children and husband.

Our mother would be waiting with a glass of champagne,
Which  was absolutely delicious.

I would visit them at their beautiful trailer,
The...Read More
Categories: adjoining, appreciation, beautiful, blessing, education, god, grandfather, grandmother,
Form: Free verse

Garden on the verge of spring
The wafting breeze of smell whispers into my ears
guiding my eyes to the baby leaves of daisies

springing up here and there on the circular green patch
of grass holding with joy the glistening drops of dew

While on the northern side adjoining...Read More
Categories: adjoining, birth, butterfly, children, color, garden, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Am I the only one
Am I the only One who sees the need elsewhere,
Who objects to TV's in the takeaway shop here,
The hospital waiting room over there,
And one in the adjoining corridor, just to be sure.
Huge ones at too many sports venues in case...Read More
Categories: adjoining, analogy, anxiety, blue, business, care, cheer up,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
How happy can one be?
Ofentimes, I wonder aloud,
Taking advantage of my creative licence.
Let me explain -
The filth I encounter in this city:
Stinking garbage hills along the sidewalks,
Bloody graffiti of betel-nut stains on walls and lampposts,
Jellying lumps of bronchial ejaculations
On carelessly...Read More
Categories: adjoining, adventure, age, allegory, allusion, angel, anger, anti
Form: I do not know?
An angel came to me today with a message
Holding a perfect triangle in His hand
He asked me if I knew why he carried it
I laughed at him thinking such a crazy man

He placed it down on a piece of paper
Beginning...Read More
Categories: adjoining, best friend, blessing, devotion, god, jesus, wife,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Tending Tapestry's Tenter
Tending Tapestry’s Tenter

Resilience reticent reverberations receding revelations roaming
Resolving residual revolutions resentment reset reposing rest

		Puzzling perceptions poet’s perspective Peace

Agency anticipation an arrays’ arrangement alive assorted aims
Antipode’s adjoining assiduous adaptations anchoured attached

		Wily words wildly withheld with watchman’s wake

Contingency contextual concussion colluding caressing...Read More
Categories: adjoining, allusion,
Form: Alliteration

You foolishly once thought you had it bad A collaboration with Robert Lindley
When tons of doom filled nights fall upon your head,
embers glow fierce and fires burn unabated.
Recalling her last breath and wish you were dead
in poem's last line, you've been beat and castrated.
From the heavens, a voice thunders out dire threats
about...Read More
Categories: adjoining, dream, emotions,
Form: Rhyme
You Foolishly Once Thought You Had It Bad: A Collaboration
When tons of doom filled nights fall on your head,
hot embers glow and fires burn unabated,
you recall her last breath and wish you were dead.
In a poem's sad lines you've been castrated.
From the heavens a voice thunders dire threats
about losses...Read More
Categories: adjoining, dream, fear,
Form: Rhyme
Double Blessing

We were taught as children,
to know this about God — 
God is Love!
God is Everything,
below and above
His Holy Spirit abounds in love,
and the Almighty
put this abundant spirit
in His Only Begotten Son Jesus
Sun of the double blessing
shines in our heart
Twin lights...Read More
Categories: adjoining, blessing, god, love, religious,
Form: Verse

Aloof the satisfaction of my indifference, I identified this taboo that seem to chime deeper into the ears of my heart demanding the poet's write undivided attention.

I got cut off from the rest of the world in a Bamenda depicting...Read More
Categories: adjoining, africa, conflict,
Form: Free verse
A Single Heart
As sirens echo through the dim sterile halls
a man lies dormant, his life sustained by lines
nourishing him with tempering moments of existence.
With unwavering faith
he awaits the matching that will replace his weakened heart,
for he has given his all for this...Read More
Categories: adjoining, giving, heart, hope,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Kingdom Of My Embrace
"Years” and “Distance”, phantoms of the dark that do their evil
in the quietude of the everyday, coming and going without so
much as a footprint or a whisper, and taking the most valuable
possessions of the heart, the things you care about...Read More
Categories: adjoining, absence, appreciation, children, family, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Capturing The Miracles
The café was crowded, 
we were seated on the porch; 
lunch’s wait was quite a long one.

The adjoining flower garden drew butterflies and wing- dancing hummingbirds; they sipped nectar from the feeders that hung between towering sun flowers.

Multi-colored finches vied...Read More
Categories: adjoining, bird, butterfly, flower, garden, nature,
Form: Prose
The Passing of Edward
Martha was rudely awaken on Monday morning
With the phone call we all dread
“Mrs Palmer we regret to inform you
That your husband Edward is dead”
She thought that it was tactless
The way she had been told
Couldn’t they have said ‘passed away'?
Instead of...Read More
Categories: adjoining, death, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Morning Boys
Nestle in deep slumber the mighty Kublai dreams
of lapping cold milk, eating fresh meat, running wild
with hundreds of his doggie friends

Little Genghis shoots up from bed and darts out
running to room to room to sniff and search for what abouts
finding...Read More
Categories: adjoining, dog, fun, pets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member This Is Courage
This Is Courage

It's 3:00 am on a frigid, dark winter night.
   A piercing alarm shatters the silence, and
he is sped away on a truck, lights flashing,
   horns blaring, to respond to the emergency.
At the scene all...Read More
Categories: adjoining, courage,
Form: Narrative
Sugary mix roiling in a saucepan in the heart
of the house: a light-filled kitchen where family meals
were taken in lieu of the dining room, thought of by me
in two words: 'formality' and 'dark', whereas, windows
and a glass door in the...Read More
Categories: adjoining, for her, friendship, girlfriend,
Form: Free verse
A Tree in the Harbor

Waves crashing at me feet, noble tall as I stand.
The beauty I see beyond me, tides washing in the sand.

Bright sunny days, to mist in the mornings.
Cold winter chills, see the whales adjoining.

No other life but this ocean to...Read More
Categories: adjoining, absence, beauty, destiny, freedom, nature, pride, solitude,
Form: Rhyme
And sadness reigns
And sadness reigns
Though never ordained
from the simple truth
Billowing joy
Subverting bliss
Standards too ephemeral
To lobby the naked
wishes we hold
Desperately close
To our heart
And sadness reigns
Our heart
once whole
Sputter and mends
And beats eternally
No matter the blood
No blood the matter
It seeks, filters
and dispenses joy
From mechanoly cells
Pleading...Read More
Categories: adjoining, anger, angst, dark, depression, sad, sorrow, strength,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member When A Dance Starts To Tease
Once again I'm captivated as I look into her eyes
It's the way she allures me wearing just a smile
Wishing, I'm wishing for my hands to soon apply
Her palm raised I now know to await just a while
Soon I'm drawn in...Read More
Categories: adjoining, baptism, beautiful, future, passion, poetess, sensual, sexy,
Form: Ottava rima
Look Before You Gesture - a true story
Many years ago my partner gave me an unexpected birthday surprise,
A trip to Lake Windermere, the beauty of it there’s no compromise.

The hotel where we stayed was right on the edge of the lake,
A perfect location for a peaceful and...Read More
Categories: adjoining, birthday, conflict, funny, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme