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Best Hooters Poems

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

A Visit To Hooters
A Visit To Hooters
By Elton Camp
Two young owls went for a night to carouse
The place they saw, their interest did arouse
“Hooters” was...

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© Elton Camp  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooters, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme

A Bullfrog And A Butterfly
A bullfrog and a butterfly both chanced upon each other.
‘My dear, you are an ugly beast!’ the bullfrog dared to utter.
‘Why froggy,’ gasped the butterfly,...

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Categories: hooters, children, funny, hilarious, humor, humorous, muse,
Form: Rhyme
behind the sins
no one has the saddle over the wild horse by the name fate
Jose as I had known him, had a life twisted by untamed forces

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Categories: hooters, best friend, friendship, growing up, innocence,
Form: Free verse
When the bubble bursts
Buoyed over waves of elation
Marvel at favourable sights of creation

Prospect for attainment visible
Within glossy bastion, even trials seems agreeable

Mollusk of endearing devotion, grumbling for denied...

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Categories: hooters, pain, strength, time,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Three Sister Owls
Last night I asked my sisters
Why they were not hooting
Little owl said no one missed her
She would hoot when she so suited

Middle owl asked why...

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Categories: hooters, humorous, imagination, night, sister,
Form: Personification

Premium Member Night Owl
Night Owl

While flying over a little new town

A nice friendly place called Hooters I found

It must have been opened for owls like me

For my large...

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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooters, bird, old,
Form: Rhyme
Past Present and Future
Yesteryear pasted so fast
I was in the moment
When I realized it was a
Blast from the past

Presently all is well
I’ve been working on
Staying out of the...

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© Lara Wash  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooters, assonance,
Form: Rhyme
Cotton Candy
Of cotton candy and candy apple’s crunch
I remember the circus tent and dusk
The smells of donkeys and elephant dung
And heady smells of smoke that hung

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Categories: hooters, fun, growing up, joy, life, lost,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hooter's Girls
Sherry I love the shine in your eyes
you're just the trimming for burgers and fries,
old men pretending not to watch...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooters, anxiety, beautiful, beauty, girl, love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Kinda Keen

Right arm is missing or that's how it seems
Could be worse but it's as bad as it's been
No telly, no 'puter
All I think of is...

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Categories: hooters, nonsense,
Form: Limerick
I Came Back to You in September
I came back to you in September
you were quiet then
like you used to be,
when men were men
and I was just a child

When the smell of...

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© Ray Moody  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooters, childhood, grandfather,
Form: Epic
Consumer Royale
Have no pity for the overweight,
the out of breath at the garden gate,
the struggling in and out of cars,
cnsumer of syrup and chocolate bars.

Walking sticks...

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Categories: hooters, anger,
Form: Free verse
devil water
to tell the truth i have to tell the tale of a dangerous drunk...drowning in devil water...soon to get sunk
menacing stares from demons all around...laughing...

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Categories: hooters, deathwater, dark, dark, truth, water,
Form: Narrative
callow youth
literacy learnt
a remote childhood
dark nights at play:
meadow flowers
hooters and the
school bell
snowball fights
rusty bikes......

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Categories: hooters, childhood, nostalgia,
Form: Bio
Large breasts
When it came to chesty women, I was obsessed.
I wanted a woman who had large breasts.
Now I'm 75 years old and I have something to...

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Categories: hooters, funnyold, old,
Form: Rhyme
Enchanted 3
The silver sparkles in her smile
The vermilion arch of her lips
Her warm velvet chuckle
The tufts of hair brooking down her spine 
The millions gold of...

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Categories: hooters, kiss, love, magic, sexy, wedding,
Form: Free verse
The day had been grim and hectic,
the working environment pressured and thick
with interoffice gossip and intrique,
how I yearned for silence's healing mystique./

The traffic volumes at...

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Categories: hooters, uplifting
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Kinda Keen

Right arm is missing or that's how it seems
Could be worse but it's as bad as it's been
No telly, no 'puter
All I think of is...

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Categories: hooters, computer,
Form: Limerick
with noticeable burgeoning bosom in the offing, ahoy
this baby faced blubbery bosom beastie boy
fast becoming a bra man,
and might hire himself out
as a male wet...

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Categories: hooters, adventure, age, anxiety, creation, dad, funny,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member Kinda Keen

Right arm is missing or that's how it seems
Could be worse but it's as bad as it's been
No telly, no 'puter
All I think of is...

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Categories: hooters,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Rudolph's Stuck in Traffic
       Rudolph’s Stuck in the Traffic

     Rudolph’s stuck in the traffic,

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Categories: hooters, christmas, humor,
Form: Lyric
The Duke Farm
When the Duke boys tried to jump over my house, they crashed through the middle.
The damn General Lee landed on top of me and put...

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Categories: hooters, farm, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
natural soporific narcotic
recurrent suicidal thoughts vain
     gloriously wend 
     (o'er a death cab for cutie weeknd)

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Categories: hooters, 11th grade, 12th grade, conflict, nature,
Form: I do not know?
A Pot of Gold
A lady named Sue loved St. Patrick's Day
and marched in a parade that holiday,
after eight whiskey shooters
she showed her tattooed hooters...
those two smiling leprechauns led...

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© George Aul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooters, holiday, humor,
Form: Limerick
Shop bells tinkling from eight 'til late
queuing customers having to wait;
Thursday,closing at noon
opportunity to court and spoon.

Collection boxes built into walls,
gossiping ladies in their shawls;

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Categories: hooters, life, nostalgia, on work and working,
Form: Light Verse