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Aisles Poems - Poems about Aisles

Aisles Poems - Examples of all types of poems about aisles 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 aisles.
Premium Member Cheetos and Whiskey
...this is our supermarket idea two aisles Legit beans. ......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse

Death be not my bride
...Sometimes I pretend I’m Death's groom I find my father’s sperm still inside I find it nestled in my mother’s egg I find the original template I find dead things like DNA replicating Sometimes ......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, death, depression, life, moon,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Food For Thought
...Grocery shopping seems to now have become a stressful event The cost of food seems to be rising daily with more money having to be spent Our very existence relies on what we have to eat, not that b......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, food,
Form: Rhyme
The Last Sage
...where are the old wanderers, whatever happened to Steve> a different holy book in hand every week, the wise man of the thrift store. “we just aren’t made for these times.” you’ve eithe......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, absence,
Form: Free verse
Say your heart
...It's not facile to express what you feel, Though sometimes your pain denies to heal But with searching for words to share your heart, They will someday capture your deepest part, Then you will r......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, encouraging, feelings,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Grocery shopping with mum
... It's always Aldi on a Sunday afternoon. You're always waiting with your shopping bags in hand, slowly trudging along with your walking stick. It takes you ten minutes to get into the car. You ne......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, mother son, mothers day,
Form: Prose
seat's taken
...“Do you mind if I take this seat youngster?” the old fart said with a smile. He could not. The seat in question was reserved for my plastic shopping bag. Though the bag was only holding two cans of S......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, humor,
Form: Prose
Me vs You
...You wanna kill yourself I think I know why, You just can't take it anymore, the voices in your head are getting too high, They like it when you go crazy, look at the way they smile, yeah, they l......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, dark, death, depression, mental
Form: Rhyme
The Valentine Aisles
...The pharmacy chain Has their heart-shaped balloons To attract you in front of the store, Though the few that remain Will not last many moons But don’t worry, for there’s so much more. Chocola......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, valentines day,
Form: Rhyme
...HALLS OF AMENTI :1 My Kingdom is clear of books poetry, coins My Kingdom is clear of colour just Me on my Throne giv......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, allegory, character, death, deep,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Gemini Heart
...Meet me in forever, where the moon enclasps the enchanting heaven above us, for you, are the music playing on loop, and we are like unrhymed verses, dancing amongst lyrical c......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member thanks for being so neat
...Seeing aisles of messy shelves Before a shopper even delves Is a horrible curse Which Whole Foods can reverse With stockers who were Santa's elves ......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, heaven, jobs, joy, tribute,
Form: Limerick
... Something happens every now and then…it’s something I adore… when a toddler, who can’t control his our her excitement… goes running up and down the aisles of our store. If you’ve ever seen a t......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, joy,
Form: Rhyme
...Unique name with its deep and profound meaning . Vrinda means goddess RADHA Deity of love , sacrifice, empathy, grace Van means forest, her kingdom this whole city is like a forest having crook......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, deep, devotion,
Form: Free verse
The Poverty of the Night
...When the sun goes down She comes to town Gazing all around Yet no one has found fireflies lit the darkest night cry of cricketers in their hideouts, break the silence at night. Her hope ch......Read the rest...
Categories: aisles, poverty,
Form: Free verse

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