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Airplanes Poems - Poems about Airplanes

Airplanes Poems - Examples of all types of poems about airplanes to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for airplanes.
Premium Member Always Dreaming
...So many dreams Both day and night Awake or asleep It's you in my sight What do I dream about? So many things All bases are covered The pendulum swings From ones I can't speak of To on......Read More
Categories: airplanes, dream, for her, i
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Another Sad And Somber Anniversary Of 911
...I remember the day when the terrorists shocked Our world. I remember that sad and dreadful day. Two planes crashed like missiles Into the Twin Towers in NYC; one hijacked Plane hit the Pentagon,......Read More
Categories: airplanes, america, anniversary, eulogy, memorial,
Form: Rhyme
The Color Red
...Don’t let the color red get into your head, don’t let the color red force you to bury the dead, red is strong, red is high, red is powerful, it is touching the sky. It is the ligament that gives yo......Read More
Categories: airplanes, appreciation, books, business, character,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member My Umbrella
... At breakfast, you dumped pepper in my juice, last night, you let a frog loose in my bath Before school, you shook all homework loose and fashioned paper airplanes from my math. In spite of ......Read More
Categories: airplanes, brother, rain, sister, weather,
Form: Rhyme
Looking Between the Ears of a Horse
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Categories: airplanes, christian, confusion,
Form: Rhyme

The Shooting Star
...Deep in the village, far from city's charm and gleam, Primitive childhood days, with toys of mud we’d dream, Swinging on tall tree branches, our airplanes up the skyways, Butt scooting down the an......Read More
Categories: airplanes, childhood, dream, memory,
Form: Narrative
... How do I explain what’s special about our cabin…that she’s not just a cabin anymore… How, after all the years we’ve grown old together…she’s evolved into so much more. Sure she creaks more than......Read More
Categories: airplanes, home,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Knowledge
...By Poet "Dreams make the world go round. Knowledge can bring it down." Did you ever have a dream, one that took your breath away? Day dreams and night dreams, make the world go round. Dreams a......Read More
Categories: airplanes, bird, dream, flying, fun,
Form: Free verse
...I hate my green-eyes sometimes, They’ll just glare at you and blame you for everything I do. Why? Love shouldn’t be this cold, one wrong move and you’re gone and away from here. Why? You’d ......Read More
Categories: airplanes, anger, anxiety, best friend,
Form: Free verse
May: Model Airplanes
...Now it's in 'Month Merry' We look outside and see it's very Bright and warm and dry and can With confidence those flights we'll plan! We'll dust off winders, and wind rubber Or fire u......Read More
Categories: airplanes, encouraging, flying, may, sky,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Raggedy Ann LD
... I was a Tomboy to the core, Went to Kindergarten – hoping for more Than merely dolls and tea sets but some things Like cars and trucks, airplanes with wings All the things that ma......Read More
Categories: airplanes, education, fun,
Form: Rhyme
The Office
...So what brought you back here after twelve long years; what brought you back here when you don’t have any good news to share? You run the company bone dry and suddenly took off to the sky. You ha......Read More
Categories: airplanes, career, computer, confidence, conflict,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Covid Christmas
...Covid Christmas © 2020 by Bob Moore T’was a month before Christmas, And all through the town, People wore masks which covered their frown. The frown had begun, way back in the spring, When a ......Read More
Categories: airplanes, sick,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Adivasi, the natives
...Natives, Adivasi, however we identify them, They were there before we came, and took over their land from them, We used them, displaced them, put a dagger of pain in their hearts, They only shed ......Read More
Categories: airplanes, native american,
Form: Free verse
We Have Only Just Begun to Understand
...I don’t understand Why you had me coming undone Please take my helping hand Why is our battles left unwon? We have only just begun To understand where we stood To understand we did some good......Read More
Categories: airplanes, appreciation, desire, devotion,
Form: Lyric

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