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Best Airport Poems

Below are the all-time best Airport poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of airport poems written by PoetrySoup members


AT THE AIRPORT
She left him for awhile
And it seemed alright.

. . . Until . . .

The sound
And touch of her
Was gone.

He failed to sleep
And the hunger disappeared.

He...

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Categories: airport, lost love,
Form: Free verse



this was me
it began so innocently
we exchanged ideas on poetry
his art, the suffering he endured
he preyed upon my compassion
as he meticulously bided his time...

i felt safe as...

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© Lynn Marie  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: airport, angst, confusion, introspection, life,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Brace For Impact
I'd finished work early so I went, to pick the kids up from school
I thought this time tomorrow, we'll all be bathing in the pool
We...

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Categories: airport, children, family, flying, sea,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member PLANE CRASHES FATE TAKES OVER
It was Christmas Eve and I was at the airport,
Not a soul in sight, almost deserted, it was 10.00 pm,
Only two hours before Christmas day,
Perhaps...

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Categories: airport, love,
Form: Free verse
Unexpected events
My watch is broken, I can not wait for you to get here
The sun is heating,(I cannot believe) today, we're finally meeting.
I'm not quite sure...

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© south aqua  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: airport, anniversary, beach, dance, emotions,
Form: Ballad



Premium Member UNTIL WE MEET AGAIN - PAUL CALLUS
I felt I’d known you all my life 
When I met you and your lovely wife

Your daughter and grand-daughter too
A friendship forged, we will again...

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Categories: airport, friendship,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Disaster On Flight FD4465E
I arrived at the airport, along with my wife
For two whole weeks we'll live the good life
We're flying out today for a break in Italy
The...

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Categories: airport, boat, fear, flying, holiday,
Form: Narrative
Delusional reality check
Delusional reality check

Do you feel it?
I know you do,

you know the feeling,
that nagging feeling

deep down inside,
inside your soul,
your psyche,

the part of you,
that even you don't...

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Categories: airport, anxiety, children, happiness, humanity,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member SULLY

At New Yorks laGuardia airport passengers stood in line
Waiting to board U.S.airways, flight one five four nine
Chesley Sullenberger was the captain and Jeff Skiles the...

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Categories: airport, america, boat, courage, flying,
Form: Rhyme
BLOODLESS - Tale of a Hero and the People He Died For
You knew you were going to die. 1
And yet you came, thinking no matter how insane,
the man on the seat of power would never want...

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© KP Nunez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: airport, change, corruption, hero, history,
Form: Epic
The Immigration Officer Asked Me
                        ...

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Categories: airport, poetry,
Form: Prose Poetry
Vacation Disaster
We arrived at the airport quite late
My passport was months out of date
My husband was snappy
The baby filled its nappy
I just stood there and got...

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Categories: airport, humorous, vacation,
Form: Limerick
Soccer in Scotland
I grew up on granddaddy's ranch 
There wasn’t a bull I couldn’t conquer
My cowboy boots only came off
When I changed my clothes for soccer
I love...

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Categories: airport, silly, soccer, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Shock and Awe, Coming Back Home
My friends come home draped in flags 
I pause at the edge of the airplane door
Facing a tunnel leading me to a muffled joy
Strangers tell...

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Categories: airport, death, depression, life, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Brume
The city is a milky, oval opal
cradled between the mountains' breasts;
from my airplane window I view her misty shoulders,
her features masked by darkness,
quiet in midnight...

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Categories: airport, change, perspective, relationship, sad
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Re-found Visiting Qualicum Beach
We met a few years ago, then suddenly you were gone
We danced the very last dance to our favourite song

Happenings in our lives took control...

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Categories: airport, love, passion, people, placesme,
Form: Couplet
Vegetable Love
Sweet peas,
Sweet corn,
Sweet the clue,
That does adorn,
The sweetest thing
I've ever seen,
Since I was born...

Like "Casablanca"
Embracing at an airport,
But not for "Goodbye"
But here to "court"

No way,...

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Categories: airport, happiness, life, love, passion,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Stranger Than Fiction PART 4
I  continued down the driveway and then came to a stop, damn, I thought I’ve come down the wrong driveway it must be further...

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Categories: airport, death, religious, world war
Form: Prose
Premium Member They Won't Tell You

•	Warning:  This is a brutal truth and if you don’t want to hear about what is happening lately regarding things you may not have...

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Categories: airport, america, angst, health, political,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member SEVEN ESSENTIAL ITEMS I'D SAVE FROM A FIRE
If my house was on fire
I would grab some attire
To go outside in the nude
Would be considered rude!

If my house was on fire
One thing I...

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Categories: airport, fire, house, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thanks 2015

            Thanks for 2015

          ...

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Categories: airport, beautiful, happy, , cute,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Turkish Holiday Humour or turk tatil mizah
TURK TATIL MIZAH 





FOREST GUMP

Did you hear about old Forest Gump
Went up to do a parachute jump
Gave the rip cord a jerk
Found out it didn't...

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Categories: airport, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Where Does My Kitty Cat Go

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Where does my kitty cat go every day?
When I'm heading to school, is he getting away?
Or forgetting he musn't let strays in to play?

Where does...

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Categories: airport, adventure, cat, children, friendship
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member CLASSIFIED PART FOUR
I was hungry and headed to one of the tents that had been set up as a field kitchen and noticed Tim who came over...

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Categories: airport, science fiction,
Form: Prose
Premium Member The things that we value
The things that we value are lost in time
and only preserved in one's memory.
It's useless to try to capture in rhyme
as all else is changing...

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Categories: airport, introspection, loss, sad,
Form: Sonnet