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Agatha Poems

Agatha Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of agatha 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 agatha.

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Looking For Treasure
Looking For Treasure
By R.e. Taylor

I want to go out
Spend the day treasure hunting
No, I don’t need no map
Don’t need no “X” marks the spot
I will find it all on my own
I want to search the backstreets
The alleyways where no one...Read More
Categories: agatha, books, creation, writing,
Form: Free verse

Who did it
I really do not know 
But this evening
I will witness 
a truly iconic show

The Mousetrap* it is named
its claim to fame I hear 
Is “the world’s longest run”
Now in its 67th year

Dame Agatha Christie 
well ~ she wrote...Read More
Categories: agatha, murder, mystery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Beautiful Sadness
"A mother’s love for her child is like nothing else in the world. It knows no law, no pity, it dares all things and crushes down remorselessly all that stands in its path.”       ...Read More
Categories: agatha, daughter, granddaughter, lonely, longing, love, miss you,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Mind bendingly Real
I wake from a bad dream 
Hey there new man
That’s what they said to me
Hey there how’s it been lately?
I stand, look and see

Elvis, Martin Luther King and John Lennon walk on by so casually.
Roy Orbison and Freddie Mercury harmonising...Read More
Categories: agatha, appreciation, cool, crazy, dream,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Agatha Christie Taught Me to be a Book Worm
Behind a chair 
        Below a desk
 with my bare feet on a wall, in my flannel pajama or a wet swimming suit,
With my hands on my peanut butter and...Read More
Categories: agatha, books,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Missed Door

“Missed Door”

He was well groomed
strutting nonchalantly
through the
Missed Door
like Morrison
The He Road 
raised her curb

Strange I’ve seen that face before
De je vu a reckless mating call

electric the 
Rider's Storm
he was just a 
big old pussycat
she stroked his 
soft underbelly...Read More
Categories: agatha, freedom, mystery, psychological, sensual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Library Favorites
 As a kid, I loved reading “Nancy Drew” and “Trixie Belden” mysteries.  As a teen I couldn’t ingest enough mythology; dragons, dwarves, elves, gnomes, centaurs and fairies were pure gold for my cache of thrills.  As a...Read More
Categories: agatha, appreciation, literature, mystery, myth, mythology, words, writing,
Form: Haibun
A book ???? is a vocabulary builder
And a friend
It can make u an ??artist
By the week's end
It helps memory
It helps filter the mind
Keeps working the creativity
It helps to debate write ?? n motivate
It filters out bad thoughts n hate ????
Just...Read More
Categories: agatha, books, boy,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member A Gum Shoe Is What I Want To Be
In my child’s mind a gumshoe sleuth detective 
that would be me.
Nancy Drew or Ms. Marple, invented by Agatha Christie.
Trixie Belden and Honey too, 
there were so many choices you see.
I spent many an hour reading these books,
training for the...Read More
Categories: agatha, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, 6th
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bees Under Milk Wood : A Spell

"Like a piece of ice on a hot stove the poem must ride on its own melting." Robert Frost 

"Bees Under Milk Wood : A Spell"

Spider Web glistens wet 
in the spoilt lies of a new moon
Milkwood’s just another...Read More
Categories: agatha, romance,
Form: Romanticism

Agatha The Princess
Agatha The Princess

she was on the throne
far away from her home
uniting hearts to ne fond heights
carrying herself with a song

Agatha the princess
will lose their influence
soaring to new frontiers
left her to tears

took walks in her garden
beautiful flower display
let to thoughts to...Read More
Categories: agatha, art,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To My Teenage Self
It's OK
that you don't have much to say
Your words are kept on paper
For your eyes to savor
It doesn't matter that your best friends
Are Agatha Christie and Emily Dickinson

It's alright that the phone doesn't ring
With silly chatter over pointless things
Don't be...Read More
Categories: agatha, confidence, encouraging, high school, teenage,
Form: Rhyme
Pictures of the cherry
No more ghostly figures
No more skeletal tangle
No more ice with her
No more pain in the ankle

Children of the sunshine
Buildings smiling with the scent
Hands of yours and mine
Into the breeze they went

In the strawberry shade
Liberally birds make love
In the bough and...Read More
Categories: agatha, guitar, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Lost Daughter
“The Lost Daughter”

Thursday walked through the doors on a Tuesday
She sat in the Waiting Room, 
the place smelled too sterile, 
Antiseptic wash, 
rank clean with soaps of fine lyes 
no rugs to sweep bulldust under
such shiny spotless floors, 
All open...Read More
Categories: agatha, daughter, life, love, mother, mother daughter,
Form: Free verse
Journey to Heaven
Agatha Loewen
Dec 14,1939-April 10,2013

She opened her eyes and gazed above,
We all surrounded her with our love.
Angels hovered all around;
We briefly stood on Holy Ground.

We talked, we laughed, we cried, we sang
While up in Heaven, the welcome rang.
Angels stood around the...Read More
Categories: agatha, angel, death, family, love, memory, mom, mother,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Books and Covers
"Books and Covers"

"Books and Covers"

"Covers and Books"

"Stories and Lovers"

"Lovers and Stories"

"Some Time It Took"

"Spinning Wheels Spinning"

"Needles Pricking Thumbs"

"Agatha and Daphne"

"Danvers is Rebecca's Mum"

"Casting Fishing Hooks and Aspersions"

"Bewitching Hour"

"Drinking Potions of Lovespell's Nasturtiums"

"Lost Love Woods" 

"Hidden Powers"

"Wolves Walking Through Mirrors"

"Poison and...Read More
Categories: agatha, mystery, psychological, purple, truth, write, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member SAINT AGATHA

blessed with a womb and breasts
deviant from lechery
she stayed a virginal bride until her death
given only to Christ
Quintian disdained and disturbed her faith
shredding the dignity of her chest
humbling her on earth
but in edenic embrace a martyr’s reborn


* I am...Read More
Categories: agatha, dark,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Queen's Slippers - Part 1
Look at the eyes, windows of the soul.
Then the intent, link below.

"The Queen's Slippers - Part 1"

There is an owl it perches
on my heart
digs it’s talons in like
nine inch nails piercing
thick skin gone thin
it softly hoots, too diabolical
for screeching
watches me...Read More
Categories: agatha, imagery, life, love, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Born A Star
She was born a star.  Not like the ones in movies.
But a real showman of the earth.  She wrote plays of real-life
people. And the common-placed mysteries of life.  She was not well
liked, but her words true with...Read More
Categories: agatha, appreciation, beautiful, confidence, dedication, firework, meaningful, motivation,
Form: Light Verse
Cousin Eustace makes such a horrible sight
Cousin Eustace makes such a horrible sight
When he walks down the second-floor halls every night.
 “He’s been up there for years,”
  Said Aunt Agatha in tears,
“And it's such a bother when guests die from the fright.”...Read More
Categories: agatha, dark, gothic, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Through Their Eyes
Through Their Eyes

The Poetry Murders Part 3 in the series

Murder She Wrote

It was a dark night with a full moon
The alley narrow, my hopes high
My footsteps echoed in the ears of the invisible
I quicken my pace
I had an eerie feeling,...Read More
Categories: agatha, funny, grave, hilarious, history, imagery, inspiration, introspection,
Form: Free verse
The Mysterious Book
"I'm finally the goddess of magic!"
she says, with an eerie wink.
You see, she has a book
which she forcefully took,
with all kinds of dark
spells you can ever think.
The book's pages cannot burn,
making the dead to turn
in their graves. It's a fun
moment...Read More
Categories: agatha, dark, fantasy, halloween, imagery, magic, mystery, power,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Nook and a Storybook
		Hello! My name is Bastian. Join me, please.
		I'm a beleaguered youngster in a book,
		The NeverEnding Story. Read with me
		here in my cozy little attic nook.

		I love it here. It's quiet; I can think
		about my mom, who died. I miss her...Read More
Categories: agatha, adventure, change, childhood, fantasy,
Form: Quatrain
today i found me
Yesterday my dad said i can be a doctor
Yesterday my mom was sure i'll end being a lawyer
I solved so many cases in my young whether in play or reality
That i wanted to be like one of those characters in...Read More
Categories: agatha, life,
Form: Bio
Write What You Know
Writers! Writers!  Write what you know.
That's what they say, all the pro's.
Phooey on that gobbledygook.
I mean, get real, take a good look.

Let's say you have a great notion
To put words of a book in motion.
Want to write about real...Read More
Categories: agatha, conflict, fun,
Form: Rhyme