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Best Homonym Poems

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


Homonym Poem
SPOT THE HOMONYMS 
For the Homonyms are full of spots!

We were young and wore black
During the war we were under attack
We wear bright clothes now
Where...

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Categories: homonym, word play, words, write,
Form: I do not know?



Homonym Catasrophe
A poem in honor of my blog. Have fun, everybody! Place tongue firmly in cheek.


They'res a buoy at the window
Smiling inn at me
But eye don't...

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Categories: homonym, humor, language, parody, word
Form: Verse
Homonym Spring
Laying inn the grass watching the clouds float buy, my mined wanders aweigh as eye smell that apple pi. 

I've patiently waited four spring and...

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Categories: homonym, america, snow, summer, weather,
Form: Lyric
HOMONYM
Don’t you agree with my ability
to loosen up on our times in no night ?
A river thing was flowing
through foliaged silence.

In deranged hour of the
neck...

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Categories: homonym, art, night, night,
Form: ABC
Homonym Practice
I write so when i'm wrong i'm still right, 
I fly words like planes the wright brothers rite?

This is nothing new you could of knew...

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© Key V.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homonym, repetition, write, writing,
Form: Alliteration



Homonym Carnival Rules
The aide will aid you right away
Names of guests are guessed today
Wines not allowed, don't whine aloud
Drop your watch and watch the crowd

Don't nod your...

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homonym, fantasy, silly, word play,
Form: Couplet
Hard Feelings in Homonym-ville
Last summer when you (towed) your three (toed), (toad)
I'd not give a (cent) for the (scent), (sent) through the air
Like when I dropped (chili) in...

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© PAT Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homonym, change, character, conflict, word
Form: Quatrain
Poetry Teacher's Confession
 


Oh dear kind Lord, I beg you and,
when on my knees to pray,
I need a little helping hand
to guide me through this day.
I have...

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Categories: homonym, prayer, religion, teacher,
Form: Verse
Keep Right on Writing
1   Would you say that you’d like to write better?
2   Keep writing whether book or love letter.
3   Great writers...

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© Jesse Rowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: homonym, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Couplet
Milk Carton Crying

My poor vocabulary babies 
are gon missing
Tell me kind sir, have you seen them?

Us etymological mothers to
lingual children of lost former meaning,
we are milk carton...

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Categories: homonym, grief, metaphor, sad, words,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Dawn song
Dawn song / sweet trills / thin flute roused
Splayed light / warm vibe / worn slats doused
Dream haunts / harsh cough / plumb tears smart
Heart...

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Categories: homonym, feelings, image, memory, nature,
Form: Jueju
Triennial Year
It's being a quarter decade
Of me writing poetry
It may not be much, but it feels sacred
And sometimes sovereignty

My works are one sided
And obviously narcissistic
Some are...

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Categories: homonym, anniversary, creation, fantasy, fear,
Form: I do not know?
Driving Thru Rat Race Maze
I ain't gonna brag, boast, blab...,
lest yours truly suffers demise from backstab,
resignedly taking wheel of our automobile
donning, (but NOT trumpeting) 
role as taxi cab

shuttling the...

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Categories: homonym, adventure, allusion, appreciation, environment,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
The Echo Verse
an echo in repeat
changing meaning to rhyme
with homonym or slant
a poetic devise
Greek in its origin
meant to be read out loud
troubadours preferred song


Written 10/21/2020...

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Categories: homonym, humorous, poems, words,
Form: Verse