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Aperitif Poems - Poems about Aperitif

Aperitif Poems - Examples of all types of poems about aperitif 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 aperitif.
...This is a poetry eerily populated with ghosts and mummies and zomboid creatures who go on living though dead from love. — Patrick McGarth* ZOMBOID CREATURES no way out of the......Read More
Categories: aperitif, death,
Form: Rhyme

... Sometimes words make me melt! Like that anise-flavored, OUZO, the Greek aperitif. On hot cheese the waiter pours it. A match is lit and the dish, of course, lights up. Don’t ask why, b......Read More
Categories: aperitif, emotions, memory, sensual,
Form: Rhyme
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Categories: aperitif, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Apocalyptic Poems III
...These are prophetic poems and apocalyptic poems about the earth, climate change, global warming, extinction events, and mankind's role on an endangered world ... Polish by Michael R. Burch ......Read More
Categories: aperitif, earth, earth day, environment,
Form: Rhyme
Sonnets XC-XCVII
...Sonnets XC-XCVII Artificial Smile by Michael R. Burch I’m waiting for my artificial teeth to stretch belief, to hollow out the cob of zealous righteousness, to grasp life’s stub between cle......Read More
Categories: aperitif, art, grave, grief, life,
Form: Sonnet

First day of the holiday
...Cloudless the sky over beautiful water, Sunlight at dawn as the day starts to break, Open the blinds to let in the new day and, Smile as the sunshine confirms they’re awake. Croissants for breakf......Read More
Categories: aperitif, holiday,
Form: Rhyme
Modern Appetite
...Modern Appetite by Michael R. Burch "Women, wine, song ..." It grumbled low, insisting it would feast on blood and flesh, etcetera, at least three times a day. With soft lubricious grease ......Read More
Categories: aperitif, america, city, life, society,
Form: Sonnet
...As an aperitif to understand the essence of thought Blood of a young tortoise touched my lips Seldom as it is - pure ichor – I whisper’d in a trot Let me get drunk on it while deifying the lunar e......Read More
Categories: aperitif, beautiful,
Form: Verse
Hug A Tree
...Hug a tree.. Because you see.. A tree will thank you.. As you live.. A tree will give.. You oxygen and quite a shade.. On a hot summers day.. Walking along the bay Feeling you stepped out......Read More
Categories: aperitif, life, nature, tree, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Regrets beget emotional debt
...My regrets lie hidden below the murky surface of my emotional seascape, threatening to pull me down, like wet woollen wet weather gear drowns a sailor who falls overboard in a storm. For regre......Read More
Categories: aperitif, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dining Without
...While ambling down the boulevard, I spied a swanky canopy. As member of the avant-garde, The classy bistro suited me. When greeted by the maitre'd, I nonchalantly said, "Just one." He smil......Read More
Categories: aperitif, adventure, food, french, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Diet Sarsparilly
...Diet Sarsaparilly I think it tastes just fine Diet Sarsaparilly I drink it all the time It is a bit unusual I would agree I have it everyday for lunch you see As a tasty aperitif it’s number ......Read More
Categories: aperitif, fun, funny,
Form: Ballad
Madrid del Dia
...Senses overwhelmed, history revealed, I step into Plaza Mayor. Antique hues of pinks and grays stun. Madrid welcomes me. Late sun casts golden shadows. ......Read More
Categories: aperitif, food, history, spanish, travel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Glass Bottom Restaurant
...The Glass Bottom Restaurant The glass bottom restaurant, has seafood as main fare. Seated out beyond the shore, over ocean, surf and air. The roof is the open sky. The walls are windows......Read More
Categories: aperitif, food, imagination, sea,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Juozas Miltinis Learning Years in Paris
... It was September Of one thousand Nine hundred seven The end of summer With apples lying thickly Under the apple trees And the smell of Autumn Covering the grass Filled with ripe yellow ......Read More
Categories: aperitif, art, destiny, french, history,
Form: Bio

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