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Best Aisle Poems

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

Premium Member AISLE SEA EWE
Early in the mourning she rose
She wood fined her boat
Wear she rose across the see two the sure
Their she mustard all her mite
And toad the...

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Categories: aisle, humorous,
Form: Free verse

A memory of tears filled eyes
How can I forget this precious aisle?
The aisle you walk in your gown-shy
Now carries your silent and dire

How can I...

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Categories: aisle, love, memory, memory,
Form: Elegy
Premium Member Welcome To My World -The Cost Of Happiness-

Crimson Joy, L'Oreal Lips, DOLCE & GABBANA eyewear 
Mascara from beyond LONDON Bridges
Like the pretty face found in front of Vanity Fair

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Categories: aisle, abuse, addiction, adventure, clothes,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Darling Little One, You Carried Me
A hardened and disciplined man drove to the grocery store lost in thought, 
with setting of sun, the long day's work almost found it's end.

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Categories: aisle, child, dad, daughter, father,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Merry Go Round of Earth
One half is submerged in light,
the other in darkness.
Half says goodnight and the other
tugs the harness.

Kids climb backyard trees tinged
with school bus yellow.
As lovers play...

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Categories: aisle, analogy, appreciation, beauty, bible,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member Yellow Roses
(A conversation with my wife Vera Selena (Osburn) Hinshaw on our 70th wedding anniversary 12 October 2022)

Honey, I thank God every day for bringing you...

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Categories: aisle, love,
Form: Rhyme

There was something in you that magically sparkled.
A light that brightened each corner
of this world.
And when you died, that light was
snuffed out.
And never returned!


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Categories: aisle, missing you, mother,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Beginning A New Poem
The dulcet larks in oak trees bring a smile
On cue, here comes the sun melting the grey
I walk you down the garland-bordered aisle
So Mom and...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aisle, daughter, father, mother, nature,
Form: Quintain (English)
My Slutty Aunt's Wedding
I shook my head
Knew the day’d be messy
Some poor sap
Was marrying my Aunt Bessie

She’d slept with half of Brooklyn
Flaunting her exploits all through town
The mayor,...

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Categories: aisle, satire, wedding, wedding,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Shopping List
"Shopping List"

Sister Kathy's going shopping and she's asked me for my list,
Needing LOTS of help, so I could not her, resist...

I have a Shopping List...

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Categories: aisle, character, friend, god, love,
Form: Rhyme
Mysterious Ways: A True Christmas Story
A true story, based on family oral tradition
from the oldest part of the city of Bern,
capitol of Switzerland, where my mother was
born and raised, in...

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Categories: aisle, devotion, faith, holiday, inspirationalhouse,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ABORTED VOW

Today’s wind shifts too fast like a tangle
of invisible lint…perhaps dust, quivering
unto fissure of grass where my heart scrapes,
as if the air denies unanswered questions

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Categories: aisle, betrayal, marriage,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I begin to write- Five words
With my pen poised- I begin to write you a poem,
     Oh, words and thoughts are whirling in my head;
And from...

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Categories: aisle, grief, writing,
Form: Rhyme
These hands
These hands have known the joys of a boy’s youthful play
Also known the farm work that was required each and every day
These hands pulled the...

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Categories: aisle, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Eleanor Rigby
I’m one of the  lonely,
the oh so lonely people
missing your subtle smile.
You were a pretty blue eyed beauty,
with unkept hair and go go boot...

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Categories: aisle, angst, funeral,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Existence
Life is music that drifts in open spaces
        sometimes a brash crescendo 

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Categories: aisle, appreciation, encouraging, growth, life,
Form: Free verse
White roses grew all along the path of her Mom's garden
As a child she plucked them saying, "Oh, I beg your pardon."
Pretending they were people...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aisle, emotions, flower,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member A Moment in Time
She hid the pain behind a smile 
as she walked slowly down the aisle.
Her doubts she struggled to restrain 
behind a smile she hid the...

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Categories: aisle, betrayal, heartbreak,
Form: Quatrain

Deer poet tree righters fore the cite 

Pleas will ewe bee sweet 
and worn me if ewe have scene any miss stakes eye have maid

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Categories: aisle, humorous, poetry, word play,
Form: Free verse
Heaven's Grocery Store
Marching down life’s highway, my feet became very sore
I then came upon a sign that read “Heaven’s Grocery Store”
When I got closer the doors swung...

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Categories: aisle, caregiving, dedication, faith, forgiveness,
Form: Quatrain
A Memorable Person
On a train going south on business
For what seemed an eternity,
I chanced upon a memorable man
Who changed the path of my destiny

He was itinerant to...

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Categories: aisle, life, peoplelife, me, time,
Form: Narrative
Tomorrow's Signature
Yesterday sent its regards in a farewell
A gesture of fate intact, sealed for the 
Or better yet, the progressive harmonies
of God, such as we...

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Categories: aisle, emotions, i love you,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Lines of Separation
During the Civil War, the Mason Dixon Line 
Divided North from South, separating families
In 1961 guard towers were erected
On the Berlin Wall, separation strategies

Although the...

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Categories: aisle, history, social
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hill Top Prayers
I can see the past glory, though it is humble now and all the more reverent....

With thoughts of deep ocean bliss,
that comes with fading hope,

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Categories: aisle, faith, me, me, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
My fifty years in a nut shell
I was born fifty years ago on April 10th 1964
Looking back through the years I began to explore

My mama said when it was time for...

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Categories: aisle, family, life, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme