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Best Croquet Poems

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


Premium Member Clipped Crops and Croquet Mallets
I miss so many things: the old pear tree, which once lived by the walk and the bees inside. The bees almost never stung, but...

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Categories: croquet, beauty,
Form: Haibun



The croquet lawn
Border
guard hoops
and hedgehog balls;
striking flamingos; painted-rose
walls...

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Categories: croquet, books, writing,
Form: Cinquain
Premium Member Croquet Anyone
There once was a lady with a story.
She made it up for fame and glory.
Her topic, a bit risque.
A naked game of croquet.
The description was...

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Categories: croquet, funny, humorous, nonsense,
Form: Limerick
beating the dead horse in the ribs with a croquet mallet
and now we bask in the bloodlust
waiting for another reason
to whimper,
“why do they hate us?”...

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Categories: croquet, political
Form: Free verse
Croquet on the lawn at three pm
1 2 1 2 in a tutu playing croquet at three pm

Abracadabra is a giant kilo of horse manure thrown at the head with a...

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Categories: croquet, addiction, america, baseball, basketball,
Form: I do not know?



Spatterdock Croquet
When Nature frees the lotus
   (This year's debut emergence)
      From their sleeping seeds,
   When they begin...

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Categories: croquet, flower, nature,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Ramblers
’Tween hither and thither we wended our way
skipping, dancing through sand dunes, in seascape croquet.
While woven in waves watching dolphins at play
I first tasted her...

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Categories: croquet, fantasy, love,
Form: Quatrain
Queen of hearts
On
croquet lawn,
a coldhearted queen
swearing heads will come
off...

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Categories: croquet, books, writing,
Form: Cinquain
Premium Member The Tea Party
A game of musical chairs has just begun in earnest. A pot and kettle band arrives 
through the dining rooms’ French doors following the Valentine...

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Categories: croquet, childhood, fantasy, childrenchild, child,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member FOR LAURA


Laura Tonon was her name, at the new school my only true friend per se
Astonishingly she’d taken to me, offered to help with my English...

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Categories: croquet, best friend, friendship, middle
Form: Rhyme
The Joys of Spring

Oh do you dream of England,
when Spring is in the air?
The hum of bees on gentle breeze
is all that you will hear,
except for farmers, turning...

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Categories: croquet, seasons, spring, spring,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Wrecks On The Nine
Tom took a day off for golf to play
His game should have been simpler croquet
Bruised head and scraped knees
His cart like swiss cheese
Wrecks on the...

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Categories: croquet, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Brothers Day
 
There’s Father’s Day
There’s Mother’s Day
Why can’t there be Brother’s Day
Maybe in the month of May
Set it up without delay
A Brother’s Day
Mom and Dad would...

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Categories: croquet, brother, childhood, family, children,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member CHEERIO AS THEY SAY


It seems like yesterday
It was Valentine’s Day
We met at a café
My hair in disarray
He guessed I was fair play
Capriciously I said no way
Yet saw a...

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Categories: croquet, adventure, cute love, funny
Form: Monorhyme
Buttered Toast And Trains
His dreams of buttered toast and trains became
  Beleaguered by town-planners and architectural sharks
Who erected on his green and pleasant visions
  The blight...

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© Tony Bush  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: croquet, history, loss, nostalgia, on
Form: Verse
ironing is interesting but not on many tables
If a pink elephant rides on a green wave then the tarantula will be under great pressure. Chains are a peril. Particularly when placed upon...

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Categories: croquet, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Summer Lacings
Summer’s seasoned lacings, all fetching,
uplift timid heartbeats with etchings.
Sunshine warmly touches me sky brushed.
Languid summer holds playtime sketching.

Touching water’s velvet soft richness,
sensuously tender in thickness,
captivates...

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Categories: croquet, appreciation, autumn, fishing, games,
Form: Rubaiyat
Dreamland
Cats play the fiddle,
Flowers love to whistle,
Trees would grow candy 
on their heads.
The birds are always wise,
the bugs love being high
and a crazy woman
down the...

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Categories: croquet, adventurelove,
Form: I do not know?
travestational
The nucleus of a pin cushion is akin to the internal mechanisms of a sausage. A big massive drama but don't tell Dalai Lamar and...

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Categories: croquet, best friend,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE - Part XXXV
IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE : Part XXXV

IF you pull a long croquet face
While picking your teeth index and thumb over molar
Canines will drip...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: croquet, child abuse, feelings, loneliness,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Biking Through Salt Lake City
Biking through Salt Lake City
Homes of well knit, croquet stature
With Oxford fountains flowing
Forcibly pin my eye
I pedal a block to see streets missing teeth
Bank signs,...

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Categories: croquet, image, imagery,
Form: Imagism
An octagonal Oh is often a yearly yawn pattern but not a trend
You cannot shift a mower with a motionless stance but a stance is not a stanza nor a stem so never put fifteen flowers, blades...

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Categories: croquet, america, baseball, basketball, beauty,
Form: I do not know?
oh reaching a net then
A bluebell hole is often representational of a pistol glove. Pistol gloves are often pointing out towards petals bit metallic oysters can spin rapidly out...

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Categories: croquet,
Form: I do not know?
genealogical genes grabbing golden geese
A high speed race with a puff ball is very very exciting. But kissing a bead is not that good if one has allergies to...

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Categories: croquet, arabic, art, beautiful, bible,
Form: I do not know?
ALICE MEETS ULYSSES
ALICE  MEETS  ULYSSES


On a string up in the sky  her activity was  flying a  cat. 
She just wouldn’t say, the...

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Categories: croquet, allegory, planet,
Form: Free verse