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Bar Poems - Poems about Bar

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Premium Member Christ Gifts the World With 'Sin-Colored Lenses'
...1. I know people who view life through 'lenses (rose-colored),' and others who 'trumpet' God's death with "Heil Hitler!" The first group attempts to cloak naked ambitions in translucent fabric ......Read More
Categories: bar, child abuse, faith, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Nothing
...Nothing Nothing is lovelier than planet earth Bar the moon and silvery stars above Earth is our homeland and we’re free to roam This gift made for us with the ha......Read More
Categories: bar, appreciation, beauty, earth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lady in white
... Driving down the highway late one night Eyes tired from all the light Feeling low thinking my heart was dead Getting further away with each passing of the tire tread Saw this lady standing by t......Read More
Categories: bar, body,
Form: Rhyme
... In the bar where I drink, I declare myself, I confess: I go from poor to rich in an instant, ......Read More
Categories: bar, adventure, allegory, allusion, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Third Station of the Cross
...Weak and tired I fall on rough cobbled stones. Blood oozed down my face across my cheekbones. My knees are bruised and pain spreads from my brain, The wooden bar hurt my back again. Man must l......Read More
Categories: bar, bible,
Form: Couplet

notes on my parents
...My parents have been married for thirty years at least. Probably more than that but I don’t want you to think I’m being hyperbolic. There’s a lot you can learn in that amount of time. My father has......Read More
Categories: bar, father, love, mother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cowboy Conversation with Barkeep
...Charley my wheel horse says that Jim is a yack, always jawing now. They are both scrunchers, they nearly swallow their teeth on chow. Jim is unsalted, but not lazy or slow, although he has trail du......Read More
Categories: bar, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
A sun called Cass
...there in plymouth, where the land kisses the ocean, there is a sun, a sun that never sets, a sun called Cass. a sun that shines on the free spirits of the Waterfronts, in thousands of meetings bet......Read More
Categories: bar, sun,
Form: Free verse
Another Piper
...Not pied but a piper of a different sort, Partakers tend to frequent cuff and court. He seldom leads prefers to follow, Decorates flesh while insides hollow. And slowly lets his ways go sh......Read More
Categories: bar, character, conflict, confusion, drug,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Funny pages
...Walking through the funny pages of my mind Wondering what was left there to find Anything that might show me the way Getting me far away from today Yesterday's.the wrong trail And I know that d......Read More
Categories: bar, anger,
Form: Rhyme
...Four cafés in his small town,  on fourth floor window looking at the neighbour tower , he saw his friend entering the  shopping centre He went to join him as he wanted to share a cup of coffee with......Read More
Categories: bar, drink, food, friend, poetry,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Pun Fun
...If you were long-winded but no pun in ten did, do you lack humor’s art, or was that a long fart? Once a pun, a thyme, a sage got tossed for smoking in a bar; It seems bad jokes are not in sea......Read More
Categories: bar, humorous, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SATURDAY NIGHT 50's style
...Tea with Gran,her muffins supreme, Bath and change and hair brylcreamed. into town to the pub in the square, our gang always met there. Checking the football scores in the Oxford 'green un'. ......Read More
Categories: bar, nostalgia, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Judge Remarks
...Advocate:sir ye Mera client Kai bar dsp office ja chuka hai leykan Police is Kay baray me bad comments Karti hai... Judge:Han me janta hun is Kay baray me saray Galat batain kartay Hain. Ibad:Sir k......Read More
Categories: bar, books, character, community, confidence,
Form: Tazkira
Why There Are No More Sorcerers, Part I
...There was a young man named Anton, who lived back in the seventies, he wasn’t the type to fit in, felt outcast from society. Never got along with others, and didn’t enjoy playing sports, his ......Read More
Categories: bar, allegory, corruption, dark, evil,
Form: Narrative

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