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Bag Poems - Poems about Bag

Bag Poems - Examples of all types of poems about bag 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 bag.
Billy Bulsons Farm
...My mam used to clean at Billy Bulson’s farm, A magical place of mystery and charm, With geese that cackled and hissed and every day. Without my mam I’d have run away As they charged with flapping......Read More
Categories: bag, childhood, happiness, memory,
Form: Rhyme

...Guerrilla war in the Athens Athens a confusing in August, what with the heat and pollution, I had spent the night sitting on a park bench, looking at a white wall lit by moonlight, waiting for......Read More
Categories: bag, angst, confidence, corruption, evil,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member A Penny For Your Thoughts
... A Saying that's been around forever Where it came from I haven't a clue There's many phrases just like this one So familiar to both me and you PENNY Is a word not heard muc......Read More
Categories: bag, age,
Form: I do not know?
...Betray your friends Turn your back on them For in your eyes Glows shining and faultless A glorious prize Valued far above compassion Of which the size alone Is compensation But in the end y......Read More
Categories: bag, betrayal, gothic,
Form: Rhyme
falling in love in a sandwich shop
...Falling in love is really quite simple– The girl ahead of me in line today ordered a small pitcher of beer and one single bag of fritos. ......Read More
Categories: bag, love,
Form: Free verse

...A couple dancing waltz - A walking bushman swinging with his tucker bag Philippine map - An inverted y March 29, 2023 Write BANTUs Poetry Contest Sponsored by: Suzanne Delaney......Read More
Categories: bag, metaphor,
Form: Verse
House and Home
...Someone threw stones at our houses windows in surprise families came out outside look around but there was no one the gate was smashed, and when i looked closely, the windows were also broke......Read More
Categories: bag, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Buffalo Lungs
...They are airy light and crispy feel and look like cork, a yummy treat Buffalo lungs my three dogs love to eat A midday snack they gobble them down A stranger dog treat could it be found Sassy gra......Read More
Categories: bag, dog, food, pets,
Form: Rhyme
School Things--Nursery Rhyme
...I love my school things: Crayons, ruler, and pad paper, Glue, sharpener, and eraser; Pens and pencils in a tin box That need not close with any locks. Some pocket money makes me s......Read More
Categories: bag, 4th grade, child, fun,
Form: Rhyme
A field day shoe fit for Mother Goose
...A field day shoe fit for Mother Goose Fruitless effort squeezing figurative juice Pandora called triggering helter skelter to get loose necessitating Bullwinkle J. Moose to usher at yours t......Read More
Categories: bag, 12th grade, adventure, age,
Form: Rhyme
He brings me
..."can you bring me my food" i say, into the phone. im too sick to stand, i dry heaved twice already. and im sorry, for bothering you, im sorry for taking up your time. but he comes in, and lau......Read More
Categories: bag, 12th grade, cheer up,
Form: Free verse
My Right to live
...My Right to live I didn't ask to be born and bred Or be called the evil names you've said. Every time I see other children happily play with their friends, I forever wonder if my living night......Read More
Categories: bag, abuse, child, cry, hurt,
Form: Rhyme
grocery shopping gripes
...She’d a shopping list in her bag Long since lost in the mess But she could remember it vaguely… Dammit .... she’d just have to guess She grabbed a trolley out of the garden It squealed and it ......Read More
Categories: bag, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Back in the Day
...Before Matilda, before Harry Potter and Hermione Granger, When I was a child, there was Pippi Longstocking, full of danger. Nancy Drew and Trixie Belden were my mystery go-to books. You could not ......Read More
Categories: bag, books,
Form: Rhyme
The button bag
...Afternoons in winter; When the hours seemed to drag, Were always made more bearable With grandma's button bag. The sound is unmistakable, The rattle, ting and clunk, Of the decades of col......Read More
Categories: bag, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme

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