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Ammonia Poems - Poems about Ammonia

Ammonia Poems - Examples of all types of poems about ammonia 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 ammonia.
Stink
...The cook kept smelling something stink Found out, it was the kitchen sink Poured ammonia then bleach That smelled like the beach Then suddenly, he couldn't think......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, fun,
Form: Rhyme



The Tranquil Skies
...Oxygen saturates the skies breathing fresh air in my lungs and helium resting on my shoulders beckoning the universe to come. You can see hydrogen running down the street with pressure mounting in it......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, absence, community, corruption, earth
Form: Narrative
Muck Spreading
...This was the way it was In my childhood days With ancient and tried Crop farming ways. Up to the ankles in slurry, Muck fork in hand, Ready to spread manure To fertilise the land. No tractor ......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, farm, father, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Memory of Allys
...Ammonia-ed clumps of damp, dunged straw forked onto her cold barrow, then rolled outside. Across the field where her ninety pounds thrust up the dray atop a mulching mound! Nineteen times before......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, addiction, animal, blessing, destiny,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Rotate Consciousness Polarity
...Rotation of consciousness, like grease in axis, Smoothens the meditation process in praxis; Yoga Nidra, like the sleep, relaxes each part, Meditation, like music, turns an art of heart...! Is......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, life, psychological, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member I Ran
...My lungs were burning. It was hard to breathe. I thought that I would die. I think I was a child of 8 or 10. Had I known the source of danger and a better decision to make, would I still have......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, childhood, fear,
Form: Verse
Admitted To the Bar
...Admitted this day of this date Chains on my twos Twisting pain for their gain Again it has to rain The reason for my confinement They call it refinement Am fresh in the room The colleagues......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, abuse, adventure, africa, allusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hilighted
...I was in my chemistry class (lecture #2) and the professor was asking a series of questions. At first, hands were flying up, the answers were easy. But as questions got more complex, and the odds of ......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, anxiety, class, school, student,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rare Air
...2000 miles is a long way, and 50 plus years is a very long time. It spells the time and space that have separated me and my two best childhood friends. Back then, whether it was hay, ammonia, cowbo......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, appreciation, childhood, friend, friendship,
Form: Verse
Brt Standing: Daily Hustle To Work - Part 1
...On my way to work this morning, Sandwiched between two perverts, I opened my eyes to look beyond the sky; Someday, I will be out of this bus! Standing in an overloaded BRT is quite a challenge,......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, adventure, car, confusion, endurance,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Deep Listening
...Earth can hear you better when invited to wisely engage, to co-invest in healthy experiences and wealthy images of our mutual care and strained constrained neglect. She watches as you wond......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, analogy, animal, creation, earth,
Form: Political Verse
Mother, Father and the Birthing of the Angel
...You have led my course through fractured lanes. Your groaning ballad my only light. Kill blessings from stained lips safely float our steps. Where would I be without you Michael? Crow mother li......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, angel, death, fear, horror,
Form: Free verse
Color Me Beautiful
...I live in a dark stretch of land part ocean, part lava sheer as light but opaque where the eyes meet I am a pool of hard matter, still I appear translucent, when you look at me with those big ......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, appreciation, moon,
Form: Personification
One Day We Will Learn
...All real things , already were dreams, one day... All dense matter, is made of the ethereal, indivisible. impalpable... no one is a son of carbon and of the ammonia... we're nobler flui......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, allusion, appreciation, birth, creation,
Form: Free verse
P O K E R
...Don’t you know that fragrance can be heard? I assume you don’t. Me? Still drooling to ammonia of that heritage moments of ‘us’. So, I decided to scribbled words. Lifeless. Dang! That was not poe......Read the rest...
Categories: ammonia, abuse, fear,
Form: Prose Poetry

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