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Airport Poems - Poems about Airport

Airport Poems - Examples of all types of poems about airport 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 airport.
Airport Hotel
...I caught the bus the other day I thought I'd go on a holiday The bus arrived promptly at nine The luggage loaded in record time I was very impressed at the service There was no need to feel ne......Read More
Categories: airport, humor,
Form: Rhyme

... I like to think all my memories are floating…some separate…some combined… in an every-deepening ocean…somewhere in the recesses of my mind. Sometimes as I walk along the shore when sparked by a......Read More
Categories: airport, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Music of bodies
...I hated your silent footsteps at the airport, your departure to a station without me, but god knows how much I loved the music of your body between the whiteness of your thighs, the sound hall lay......Read More
Categories: airport, dance, dedication, deep,
Form: Free verse
The Rain Rides Away
... It is the rainy season. a cataract of warm liquid nails hammers upon the road surface. The thin tin jitney is sliding through the traffic jams gliding precariously near yellow poncho clad mop......Read More
Categories: airport, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...I met her in an International airport we both chose to reach for the same magazine at the same time. Hubs can be vortices, either you make your connection, or you don't. Delay can lead you to ......Read More
Categories: airport, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Goodbye: Upon the Death of Sibling
...Once, I’d stood beside a man Who, with heart and soul o’erwrought, Silently searched for answers, But answers found him not. His sister recently had passed From Earthly life to next, And left......Read More
Categories: airport, angst, brother, cancer, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
Just for Laughs- Episode 4
...I remember whenever grandmother sent me to buy talk time. She instructed me strictly to buy from the same shop, because she believed that their talk time does not finish fast! I remember when I w......Read More
Categories: airport, anxiety, blessing, conflict,
Form: Burlesque
...OLD AND NEW 4 : CONTINUE TO SING Sipping cold champagne in silver cuff links at Thai restaurants eating red curried prawns while workers gape at former leaders sold Forlorn women starve ......Read More
Categories: airport, 12th grade, africa, allegory,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member SKIING the trip
...Forty Christians from Southcourt Baptists, Skiers,good,novice & the inactive; On the flight from London-Heathrow, Trusting Italy was full of snow. Huddled in a coach past Trento, Disembark in ......Read More
Categories: airport, nostalgia, vacation,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member THEN AND NOW
...Then: naïve, sheltered, shy what i thought i wanted to be - an archeologist, Barbizon model (no proclivity), a writer, a psychologist, a mom, a wife Now: brazen, talkative, traveller,......Read More
Categories: airport, identity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Nothingness Beyond the Horizon
...Nothingness Beyond the Horizon David J Walker From this view The world is divided into Synchronoss circles of dark green rings Things that can be seen Only from 3500 feet Water ......Read More
Categories: airport, allegory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Snowing Inside-Minneapolis 2022
...cigarette falling, snow- ing in- side the bronco, buck- ing ash two-digit scissors reach- ing like tongs passenger’s eyes pop driver retrieves, revels, masters the smoke; a joke ......Read More
Categories: airport, funny, travel,
Form: Free verse
...a cold sunny day bundled off to the airport aloha spirit......Read More
Categories: airport, holiday, winter, word play,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member My Bag
...I've let it slip I've lost my grip, I had it yesterday I had better find it Before it gets away It was a firm grip One I was so proud to own How could I let it slip Now it's all alone Wh......Read More
Categories: airport, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
The Parade
...Today I met with my daughter to swim.We finished at eleven oclock.I drove to a place near the airport named Sandys for her first ever thanksgiving buffet. She used to be located at the actual airpo......Read More
Categories: airport, people,
Form: Free verse

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