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Best Brassy Poems

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


Premium Member Brassy
In the brassy air of October,
I stand with my lines distinct.
My colours are sharp, moreover
my mind and the Earth are linked.

I stand with my lines...

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Categories: brassy, autumn, color, october,
Form: Pantoum



Premium Member Brassy Barry's Bumbling Bull
Brassy Barry’s boastful bumbling Brana Bull 
Badgered Billy’s bashful buffoonish Baboon 
Into baking a boisterous Blackberry Bisque 

Beyond bunking, Barry’s brave babysitter 
boldly bellowed brashly.

Bonafide...

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Categories: brassy, 3rd grade, 4th grade,
Form: Alliteration
Josie's Last Call
You frolic with playful abandon
Oblivious to obligation
Such wobbly legs prove hard to stand on
Chameleon charmed by temptation

I don't know why your halo's all bent
Your soul's...

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© John Weber  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: brassy, family, loss
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Australia Down Under
Down under continent
Down low is Australia
Australia the big island
Australia sixth largest continent
Country whose desert known as outback
Country who has the largest reef
Reef called the Great...

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Categories: brassy, nature, weather,
Form: Blitz
2071 - Big Brother watches from on high
2017 - year zero

They loaned to the poor, who cannot repay.
They stole from the old, who cannot recover.
They sold our future, for better or worse
and...

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Categories: brassy, corruption, humanity, pain, parody,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Open Handed Thief
The birdfeeder hung on a narrow limb,
away from deck rails, discouraging squirrels.

No problem for the little robber 
who raided the feeder day by day.
Repeatedly, he...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: brassy, animal, food, tree,
Form: Free verse
My Life Upon the Wicked Stage
Thirty years as an actor have shown
That it takes more than talent to make a star,
Though I tried very hard, I didn't get very far.
When...

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Categories: brassy, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Yesterday's Gristmill
Sometimes, I can hear that happy, bubbly brook
bouncing over stones and under the wheel…that giant wheel.
It would drone along groaning a wooden song;
each night luring...

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Categories: brassy, environment, memory, music, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sand Sleepers
She lay upon the chill drying sand 
disheveled
lay the brassy gold of her hair 
adorned with seaweed
upon her blue gray cheeks
small pink crabs crawl 
the...

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Categories: brassy, death,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Sandy Shoal
She lay upon the sand, lowtide-cold, salted-dry, dissheveled.
Tomorrow would have been her twenty first birthday,
unadorned, except for the seaweed in her brassy blonde hair.
Tip-toeing across...

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Categories: brassy, death,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Wee Bit Sassy


Some girls are brassy, some girls are flashy
Some girls are even a wee bit trashy
They give you a tweak
A tug on your cheek
Actually prefer girls...

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Categories: brassy, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Mother Of The Age


Stately stood Princess Amber in all her finery,
Emerald tunic over a crimson gown,
With gems inlaid in her rustling gown,
Her arms bangled in intricate gold slowly...

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Categories: brassy, anger, beautiful, emotions, forgiveness,
Form: Epic
Broken Sparrows
The seasons passed beyond the glass doors
I could see in detail each of their days
As I wheeled my chair forward-
No one day remained the same
You...

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Categories: brassy, bird, blessing, friendship, happiness,
Form: Free verse
I am Fire
I am fire, I stalk you and wait to burn your fat,
I am the  pyre that delights to ignite your passing hat, 
I am...

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Categories: brassy, angst, death, fear, fire,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Wee Bit Sassy


Some girls are brassy, some girls are flashy
Some girls are even a wee bit trashy
They give you a tweak
A tug on your cheek
Really prefer girls...

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Categories: brassy, philosophy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Confused
She asks him if her butt looks Big
In last years summer dress
My dear you look Hot in that 
It accentuates I must confess

And are these...

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Categories: brassy, feelings, humor, i love
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Lesson
The Lesson

She’d sought the love that was fool’s gold,
a brassy thing, shiny and bold.

Thinking her home was in his arms,
she found that his hugs, did...

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Categories: brassy, betrayal, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Opera Singer
"The Opera Singer"


“We’re all alone on the stage tonight”…
The acoustics in the empty room
were clear and light
the night was heavy
dripping wet and stormy
Operatic notes, flute,...

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Categories: brassy, beauty, imagery, love, ocean,
Form: Free verse
Big Wheel
Big Wheel

I was draped in stars, and filled with whiskey,
When the operator stopped the ride
My head tipped back, drinking in the shadows,
Red beaded earrings swaying...

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Categories: brassy, introspection, life, passion,
Form: Free verse
The Performer
	
A silent stage ignored by the crowd, their murmured voices building loud.
As dust flakes meanders the dimmed light, witnesses to forthcoming delight
This silent rain that...

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Categories: brassy, tribute,
Form: Rhyme
What the Butler Heard
What the Butler Heard
Extract from a memoir

Lord Illustrious Penge of Lampwicker Hall,
Welcomed local Toffs, to his Name-Dropper ball.
Noses upturned with a touch of conceit,
Hob-Knobbing with...

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© Kevin Shaw  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: brassy, character, england, humor, satire,
Form: Couplet
Littoral
The wind faces us down, a bitter housemaster
seeing our tricks, he raises his willowy cane, 
jealous of our freedom and wings 

Then pitiless comes the...

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Categories: brassy, family, fear, storm,
Form: Verse
Those dancing leaves
The chill of early autumn casts
A kaleidoscope of color upon
A plethora of dangling leaves
As they shimmy and shake about

Mother Nature’s frosty breath
Hastens their departure from...

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Categories: brassy, autumn, nature,
Form: Free verse
BUSHFIRE
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Categories: brassy, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fool's Gold

On the main floor of the bus station in the windy city,             ...

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Categories: brassy, analogy, chicago, evil, heartbroken,
Form: Narrative