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Ads Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of ads 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 ads.

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Premium Member Everyone is Unreal Now
It is not all about us
It is all about me.
My feelings, my hopes, my dreams.
Get out of my thoughts; you take too much time

You are begging for attention
Annoying me
So I run toward the hills 
To be alone, with my best...Read More
Categories: ads, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 7th
Form: Dramatic Monologue

Heal the World
As the risk gets higher, meeting places are getting less frequent. Even the doctor's surgery don't appear to have any incline as to the true measure of this awful Coranavirus. I feel so sorry for those who are affected by...Read More
Categories: ads, addiction, angst, sick,
Form: Free verse
Anthropological Archeology
No cares about relativism, just truth,
Where was that bone by ratio of this?
No dares without brothers of youth,
Similar, they smile the sun to dismiss.

Why do they glint in the sun with youth,
These bones, similarly, land at ths?
Why do they glint...Read More
Categories: ads, adventure, atheist, cool, education, environment, history, science,
Form: Quatrain

“Few things are more delightful than grandchildren fighting
over your lap.” – Doug Larson (and I add laptop or tablet)


Up the steps. Here them roar -
here they come with big smiles.
These two brothers at odds 
in short...Read More
Categories: ads, grandson, humor,
Form: Rhyme

                    The Election Game

Oh, Lord, it's the biggest game in all our towns!
I need large cotton balls to drown their ignominious...Read More
Categories: ads, america, political,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member Cutthroat
Sharpened knives...
     are out as the...
     ...Read More
Categories: ads, conflict, perspective, poetry, political, truth, write,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Exterminate
If this is the computer age,
With so much scope for ads online,
Why must those billboards still exist
Which space and ugliness combine?

Why are these eyesores still around
If this is the computer age,
It is high time for them to go,
Our lives are...Read More
Categories: ads, age, anger, computer, how i feel, image,
Form: Quatern
Skyscrapers due to migration of folks
From villages and hamlets in strokes
Vehicular pollution due to crowded roads
Daily increasing are cars and mopeds
Gardens and greeneries like oasis
People smoking while walking
Some are drinking in artistic bars
Promotional pics and hoardings
No serious thought on health
Cities...Read More
Categories: ads, anger, anxiety, art,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member How I Welcomed The New Year 2020
I was nursing a Metamusel Cocktail to keep me on the go,

When I fell asleep in my Lazy-Boy 'round nine o'clock or so.

'Round midnight my clock chimes 'wakened me with a start,

And stumbling over the cat in the dark, to...Read More
Categories: ads, firework, humorous, new year,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Scratched

There are gaps in the particleboard;
quince wads fill the breaches.
Nicotine newspapers underlay the linoleum.
It's a rented place, he tiptoes
around its yellow layers.

He has a friend he visits on Sunday afternoons.
The walls of her bedsit are paper thin.
She thinks her neighbors...Read More
Categories: ads, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Now after Nobel Prizes for Insulin ... now Gangrene
We owe it to our grandchildren, to reverse
The "ILL PILL" industry and psuedo-education:
Diabetes is "metabolism of the liver" issue
Not a sugar or insulin or diabetes problem -
So auto-immune ills relate to...Read More
Categories: ads, anti bullying, business, drug, education, hate, health,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Numbers

Life is measured. 
How much can you do?
Whimsical ideas, 
dashed to the rocks...
in favor of older methods, sure of return.

Courage beyond position, 
ambition to prove out. 
The candy eaten by giants, 
whose hearts have long since, 
been hollowed, to drink...Read More
Categories: ads, bible, chocolate, encouraging, holocaust, home, magic, patriotic,
Form: Free verse

Can’t touch the holographic Xmas tree
no carols play amid the on-line crowd
no greetings – lest offense be taken
the “money changers” temple rules again.

No Red Faced Santa rings a call to Alms
just pop-up ads that beckon further debt
the sleighs replaced by...Read More
Categories: ads, change, christmas, culture,
Form: Verse
Premium Member The Gift
The Gift

Some people say Christmas in this present day
Wanders lost
In ads and tinsel carelessly strung
Upon an artificial bough;
Some people say the Christmas spirit
Lives no more -
The simple Christ Child’s birth
Coldly mocked by glittering ads
For diamond rings and robot toys;
Some say...Read More
Categories: ads, celebration, christian, christmas, holiday, hope, joy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Christmas Card
A Christmas Card

Letters unsent, 
to people…
that wish they had received them. 
Maybe not write away, 
or all at once, 
but eventually. 

Harsh words spoken, 
throughout the year, 
people with a past…
they can not leave. 
Maybe something;
they are dragging behind. 
Turn...Read More
Categories: ads, childhood, christmas, cute love, forgiveness, heaven, memorial,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Black Friday, Dark Day
Black Friday, Dark Day

You are coming. 
I checked the ads. 
I am ready. 

No one needs, 
are on the streets. 
Vets, without care. 

Angel moms that…
never stop crying. 
Angel fathers lost
between vengeance, 
and the effort, 
of forgiveness. 
not possible....Read More
Categories: ads, child abuse, childhood, christmas, dream, endurance, family,
Form: Narrative
by Michael R. Burch

The meter I had sought to find, perplexed,
was ripped from books of "verse" that read like prose.
I found it in sheet music, in long rows
of hologramic CDs, in sad wrecks
of long-forgotten volumes undisturbed
half-centuries by archivists, unscanned.
I read...Read More
Categories: ads, poetry,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Lonely Hearts Ads

Once upon a time not that long ago,
people used newspaper ads to find love;
they were very creative in their wording,
making themselves sound so dreamy. 

Now we have dating sites for that,
yes, on the internet love can be found;
it is "the...Read More
Categories: ads, heart, loneliness, love,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Rooms

Quince wads pack gaps in particleboard.
Yellow newspapers underlay linoleum.
The apartment is a nicotine
an atlas of a blotched sky
can be read on the ceiling.

He has a friend that he visits once a week;
she will stand in front of him to masturbate.
Her...Read More
Categories: ads, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Who are the masters of illusion?
Deep Staters, lobbyists, think tanks
In collusion.
Brought to you by big business ads
and the news, and the Father of lies.
The ones really making popular culture decisions, trend bending, puppeteering, racketeering, engineering our demise.
Provided, cover, like chemtrails...Read More
Categories: ads, chocolate,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ads
I turn on my computer, 
It leads me far away.
To all the places I need to go, 
And some I wish to stay. 

The pictures on the sides, 
across, the bottom and the top…
They fill up the entire screen by...Read More
Categories: ads, america, encouraging, fairy, fashion, joy, wisdom, woman,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member read quickly computers obscure
it takes time but we are aware as thinking creatures
that eventually work their way through the benefits
of a scientific probability this and statistical that age
ads and news casts saying buy computer inventions
digital obstruction of natures analogue scale of truth

stan sand
...Read More
Categories: ads, allegory, analogy,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Interference Play

Interference Play

Why is the Administration
Putting ads in the comments section.?
Next they will put them in our poems?
It looks like a comment is drag.

I don't buy the fact this site is poor.
I don't believe it for a second.
The site is overrun...Read More
Categories: ads, poetry, power,
Form: Rhyme
Stolen Dreams
Stolen dreams fill my thoughts
Little broken trinkets abandoned
Like middle moonlight melodies
Sprinkled across a grassy field
That shimmers beneath the heavens
But every thought joins together
Like a chain-link fence
Imprisoning me to the facade
That I've long held to
If I could break free
From my own...Read More
Categories: ads, courage, encouraging, growth, life,
Form: Free verse
Wild Sheep
Wild Sheep

Hero of the people I stood tall.
Yet by my wicked hand my flight did stall,
and so shame struck like a musket ball.

Rattled of mind I saw only gall.
Papers, Parish and Police would call,
So in horror I hailed Hallowed Hall.

As...Read More
Categories: ads, child abuse, christian, death, obituary,
Form: Monorhyme