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Advertising Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of advertising 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 advertising.

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A spell in the country would do you good,
Said Doctor Rogers MB sternly,
Wagging a finger to emphasise the point.
Get away from the diesel fumes
And millions spreading germs.
Trust me, I’m a doctor.
I trusted him, poor fool,
Packed a bag and...Read More
Categories: advertising, animal, farm, peace,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Commercials
By: Tom

What you see
Isn’t always what you get.
Appliance or Mattress, or Mobile Device
First, cheapen it up,
go heavy on the advertising.
Then, more importantly,
give it some fancy name. 
After inflating the price,
have a 30-40-even 50 percent off sale,
Works every time!
Baa Baa Baa

...Read More
Categories: advertising, imagery, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member TV For Breakfast
TV for breakfast, snack time and lunch.
Taking all my energy, swiftly, easily
Advertising sugary cereals like Cap’n Crunch
TV for supper until we go to bed
When I am lying prone in my recliner
I might as well be dead.

...Read More
Categories: advertising, self,
Form: Rhyme
Contrary to dream
Contrary to dream

Did they know
If they're still alive
Weep and cry over the ground

For the convenience of mankind
With so many ideas and challenges
Many inventions and products developed
It is used to threaten survival.

The harmony between the new continent and religion
By many leaders...Read More
Categories: advertising, dark,
Form: Free verse
Free Verse Fever
High fashion climbs the ladder of
     artifice, advertising, allure

Unrestrained composition by
designer, model, photographer
create an image with power
to heal, change, inspire

   Bright lights, illumination
     flare, freedom, flair, fun
   ...Read More
Categories: advertising, 11th grade, business, desire,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member A Place Just Right - reprise

The Greyhound reels over creaking axles.
Northern Kentucky puts on weight in summer,
a green mélange thickens,
yet inside our trundling tube, 
joints rattle,
gears burn through paunch and muscle.

We lurch over a crest down into a holler
An old Shaker Hymn booms across the...Read More
Categories: advertising, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Power Of Rhyme
"Brylcreem, a little dab will do ya,
but watch out cause the gals will all pursue ya.
Use Brylcreem, a little dab will do ya,
and they'll love to run their fingers through your hair."

The above is a perfect example of the power...Read More
Categories: advertising, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Brexit, Brexit, Mon Amour

Shall I compare thee unto a crate of beer,
or, if not that, then unto washing powder?
Today I shun all things that are austere;
soft tones must yield to songs that are far louder.
May's shandy was for working men too sweet.
Newcastle Brown...Read More
Categories: advertising, allusion, england, political,
Form: Sonnet
I have been standing here on the corner 
Waiting, waiting for you to come
I have been standing on the corner
Waiting, waiting to hear your song
I have been observing the apparatus of nature
And the will that draw us closer
Big heart, big...Read More
Categories: advertising, appreciation, community, conflict, desire, environment, perspective, symbolism,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Chip Davis
Born in Hamler Ohio
Child of Louis F Davis Sr
Lived in Portland and Savannah Ohio 
Study at the University of Michigan 
Specializing in the bassoon a percussion 
Overcame fusing 
Modern popular and classical techniques in music 
Worked as an advertising jingle...Read More
Categories: advertising, analogy, character,
Form: Bio

the fear that is holding women back
So many women I know are freaked out by germs,
And I lay the blame on the advertisers,
Who will do anything to push the product,
With 99% of their tricks not dirt or germ free.

It does not register with them that children,
Are...Read More
Categories: advertising, abuse, addiction, age, analogy, anger, bereavement, betrayal,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member We Delivery Too

Advertising on the side of a truck I viewed
“We speak English and we delivery too”
Started to chuckle
Knees did buckle
Don't mean to make fun, I was once a toddler dude

...Read More
Categories: advertising, fun,
Form: Limerick
in-flight convergence
in-flight convergence
by Michael R. Burch

serene, almost angelic,
the lights of the city                extend
over lumbering behemoths
shrilly screeching displeasure
they say:
that nothing is certain,
that nothing man dreams or ordains
long...Read More
Categories: advertising, city,
Form: Free verse
Generic Heartwarming Christmas Movie
It seems that minutes after Halloween,
before we’ve even seen the first bits of snow,
the Christmas movies are flooding our screens,
and I think we know how they’ll all go.

Start with an actress that’s half-forgotten,
who in teen films once took off her...Read More
Categories: advertising, art, celebration, christmas, film, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Pale Shelter

Love, to you
nothing more than washed away graffiti, 
once dripping along the 
mismatched bricks of this worn facade
where tattoos mean forever . . .
even when they fade

A clutched lamppost, 
scarred and dented, a fake shade of green
meant only for leaning
and...Read More
Categories: advertising, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Teenage Years

Recalling the uncertainty of my teenage years  
My negativity about the future, my uncontrollable fears 
As it all turned out
No need to worry about
Fifty years in advertising had a great career

...Read More
Categories: advertising, life,
Form: Limerick
Brand New
"Brand New"

I'd be damned to quit
Putting out some brand new s***
With a brand new drip
In my a step a brand new skip

Brand new tint
Steering wheel with a brand new grip
In a brand new whip
With a brand new chick

On my hip...Read More
Categories: advertising, dark, how i feel, meaningful, poetry, rap,
Form: Rhyme
The Greatest Failure
Perhaps the greatest failure of all time
occurred in the last 100 years,
with no fanfare or remorse
and little discussion in high places.

The possibility for the human race
to raise itself with better health
and longer life has been squandered,
by destructive behavior and ignorance.

People...Read More
Categories: advertising, food, health,
Form: Free verse
Big Eagle
Categories: advertising, character, hero, hip hop, music, perspective, song,
Form: Ballad
Morley Wonders

When Morley goes to bed at night,
he wonders if the world is right?
Have politics and religions
really improved world conditions?
He thinks if Nero were revived,
he’d have doubts he ever died!
And Dante, too, might quickly
add more cantos to his Comedy.
While ancient...Read More
Categories: advertising, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Meat Market
Meat Market

They sit on window sills in Hamburg Amsterdam and many beautiful Cities

Legally ‘freed’ they take part in a shady economy of flesh lust and domination

Skimpy dress bare buttocks and bosoms with red light advertising their ‘virtue’

Pimped and pumped out...Read More
Categories: advertising, sick,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Equality


My first memory of women’s football is Brandy Chastain 
	Taking her sports shirt off after she scored on the pitch
		Don’t know if she got a yellow card but had to google her name

The brazier underneath had no logo for advertising...Read More
Categories: advertising, football,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Place Just Right

The Greyhound reels over creaking axles.
Northern Kentucky puts on weight in summer,
a green mélange thickens,
yet inside our trundling tube, 
joints rattle,
gears burn through paunch and muscle.

We lurch over a crest down into a holler
An old Shaker Hymn booms across the...Read More
Categories: advertising, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Truth in Advertising
Big sale. Buy Two get one free
I race across the mall aisle and stare at an empty shelf
What had they been selling? I glance around for clues.
They sell phone covers, socks, and bras, so I wonder…was it
 Valentines Day phone...Read More
Categories: advertising, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Trixie Jumps into the Fray
Nutter Butter. Almond Joy, Mounds Bars, and Cherry Mash.
Those candy manufacturers know how to name to get their cash.
We contenders scoff; we snicker and sneer.
The toymaker crazy idea brigade has just arrived here.

Someone throws out, Betsy Wetsy, Tiny Tears, ...Read More
Categories: advertising, funny, humor, muse, poetry, poets, word play,
Form: Rhyme