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Best Hooved Poems

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

Nearly to Hell
Through eldritch streets I walked alone
With shadows on my track,
Full jellied was  my every bone,
I thought my mind would crack.

Through mist and morbid mire...

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Categories: hooved, dark, death, dream, fantasy, gothic,
Form: Rhyme

How much for the ''Tappan Vee'' Bridge
Tradition in old English proves
The plural for roof was once rooves
Back then grooves in courses
From heavy hooved horses
Formed goofs in the turf known as gooves


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Categories: hooved, funny
Form: Limerick
Avalanche and Aurora
they were up there, on the stage,
" exotic dancers", the term they 
gave; the tall one "Avalanche", 
the shorter, "Aurora"

long black limbs , Aurora's, graceful

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Categories: hooved, men, nature, sexy, women,
Form: Free verse
Motherly Instinct
                Motherly Instinct

Mother and daughter, 35 and 13. 
Public transportation,...

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Categories: hooved, beauty, dream, emotions, growing up, mom,
Form: Free verse
Do You Drink Milk
Ancient battles raged, and so it goes in modern days
over who is right or wrong, the fires ignite and blaze. 
The blood flows red in...

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooved, introspection,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Miracle of Marshside Lea
In Marshside Lea, there stood a tree, old in trunk and bough
'Twas long ago, this tale, although, it may still stand there now
And in its...

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© Lee Leon  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooved, allegory, angel, animal, crazy, fantasy, farm,
Form: Rhyme

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Categories: hooved, children, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Jury of His Peers
An old man long in years, in threadbare coat, with grizzled hair, and eyes aged and heavy.
Stood with withered hands once strong and true, which...

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Categories: hooved, daughter, death, father, father daughter, judgement,
Form: Free verse
Tom's Tid Bits
Bridal Party- what horses have when they get new saddles

al dente' vegetables- vegetables hard enough to dent your teeth

Oregano- the Italian section of a northwestern...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hooved, funny, on writing and words, parody,
Form: Burlesque
Derek Rae
Derek runs 26 mile marathons,
With his nerve-damaged right arm
Anchored in a sling: solid sounds, 
‘Cos a truck did cause him harm.
The accident changed his...

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Categories: hooved, body, desire, happiness, health, race, sports,
Form: Quatern
French bistros
Crackling like lightning the scent of rainy sundays and sweaty youth enters my lungs like undesired medication

foot steps and introduction of generations and blood lines...

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Categories: hooved, absence, anger, august, autumn, blue, body,
Form: ABC
Aiolos and Aglaia
Our skin’s a splendid pigment blend
of browns and tans and milky white
in coffee creamed and sugared

A mighty steed compelled by lust

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Categories: hooved, adventure
Form: I do not know?
Moon goddess came to visit the forest last night
Riding on chariots driven by the velvet monkeys
Guarded by hornets and the armies of wasps
Beleaguered in obscurities...

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Categories: hooved, fantasy, imagination, visionary
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Lully, Jean-Baptiste, LWV 55

~~~T H E   I N T R E P I D   P E G A S U S~~~

Star angels, dance within...

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Categories: hooved, allegory, angel, dance, fantasy, flying, horse,
Form: Sonnet