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Best Honeymoons Poems

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


" Ike and Jane "- sequence 2
The name's Ike.
Some a ya might a met me before,
in my very first write,
and knew me as the stalker with the walker.
"Retired Romance" was the...

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Categories: honeymoons, funny, love, wifeme, me, time,
Form: Light Verse



Premium Member Shadowed Night
As sable floats the shadowed night
I stand in true love's disrepair
beneath a host of haloed light
this lamp shines in the autumn air.

I stand in true...

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Categories: honeymoons, love, night, romantic,
Form: Pantoum
Niagara Falls
Cascading water that never seems to end
Going over the falls ever single day
The roaring of the water crashing down
A torrent that no one can stay

It...

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Categories: honeymoons, water,
Form: Quatrain
Violin
This violin is so small but carries like the heaviest of weights,
these cascades of shapes and shades are typically a waste,
and their traces are replaced...

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Categories: honeymoons, depression, fear, girl, heartbreak, imagery, love,
Form: Rhyme
Dark Circles of the People
Dark Circles of the People

Riding an emotional rollercoaster,
A thousand honeymoons follow last night’s beatings.
Children consume milk,
While mother and father consume their spirits.
Possessed by a demon...

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Categories: honeymoons, native american, sadpeople, time, people, time,
Form: Free verse



all the ducks in a row
the first move made was the worst move
played---making like the sky had parted &
somebody was watching over, somebody
was lighting a candle for the struggle, as...

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Categories: honeymoons, life, time, time,
Form: Free verse
So I'm her now huh
We barely talk anymore guess the honeymoons over, this would be the time I relapsed if I was sober, but I'm not upset with you...

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Categories: honeymoons, black love, break up, conflict, emo,
Form: Ballad
S'Heaven
On seven hills, 
In seven countries,
Seven brides were set to wed
Seven grooms,
Not seven brothers,
Though all sevens’ fathers were all dead.
Seven maids 
And seven ushers,
Each stood...

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Categories: honeymoons, fantasy, funny, wedding,
Form: Alliteration
Yucatan, et cetera

Yucatan, etc.

Cortez, DeMille are gone.
It's now the locus
of postgraduate honeymoons,
urban fugues, a minor literary genre.

Knowledge and ejection predispose us
to technological parody--
antique busses, burros, plumbing, pyramids--
as...

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Categories: honeymoons, fate, holiday, irony, leaving, parody, travel,
Form: Free verse
S'Heaven
On seven hills, 
In seven countries,
Seven brides were set to wed
Seven grooms,
Not seven brothers,
Though all sevens’ fathers were all dead.
Seven maids 
And seven ushers,
Each stood...

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Categories: honeymoons, parody, people,
Form: Rhyme
Coupled
When tears soaked pain in pity
and forced man and God from Junction City
They prayed he'll come again
when the whites melt
forcing $hi# and sticks
down the hungry...

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Categories: honeymoons, marriage,
Form: Narrative