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Best Hosed Poems

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

Hosed by a Rose
As practically any single man knows,
the sharpest thorns can be found on any rose.
It is the man who has to wine and dine.
Most of the...

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Categories: hosed, love,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Hosed Again
Hosed Again!
By Tom

The water flows quickly through my 5/8’s hose
Seeking passage as raindrops or even fine spray.
Till it gets to the nozzle which I quickly...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hosed, satire, water,
Form: Lyric
Recollections from the golden Cree II
Past unconcerned hens that distractedly 
Under frowning protestations from the
Sheltered Lee;
Into the cloaked shadows lain across the 
Cobbled courtyard,
Behind which squats the twisted form of

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Categories: hosed, growing up,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Chia Pet Dragon
Dragon was upset when the Sheriff of CrazyLand banned him from the park.
A week from the park! And the new leash law Had To Go!...

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Categories: hosed, fantasy, funny, happiness, happy, humor, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Bat Phone is Ringing
Yes, spring has sprung and the bat phone is ringing.
Dragon is at it again! He grabbed his cape! No kidding!
Wouldn’t you know! Here we go,...

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Categories: hosed, fun, funny, giggle, happiness, happy, humorous,
Form: Light Verse

Packed Up Pachyderm
You know when I think about it now and what I have to do,
a lot of you folk out there would have a bit of...

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Categories: hosed, humorous,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Battle of Pigeon-Way
The days were getting long, and the Fourth of July was coming up, soon.
With the City Park clean, a better raise might come, so very...

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Categories: hosed, adventure, fantasy, fun, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Katrina Waves
funeral, loss
Katrina Waves

Draws her strength internally
Boasting strong hosed waves ashore
Headed inland she sweeps all asunder 
Vanishing in a breath’s count 
‘Frontage’ lays flattened now
Waved ‘kaput’!Katrina...

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Categories: hosed, funeral, loss,
Form: Verse
Sam the dog and Pearl the cat
Sam the dog and Pearl the cat
Were sitting on the wall
They do it every day
So it isn't strange at all
They have little conversations
Which only they...

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Categories: hosed, animal, cat, dog, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Ashes and I
She's been kicked to the ground in the dust of despair , kicked in the ribs by human hyenas...
When trying to stand up she was...

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Categories: hosed, death, faith, hope,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Old vs New
Old: I got hosed 
New: I got Trumped 

Old: This sucks!
what sucks
New: Being Trumped 

Old: Obama (good)
New: Trump (bad)


Old: Looks like a godsend now 

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Categories: hosed, humor, irony, political,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Grandpa's Hammock
Every year it was brought down from the garage rafters.  Green metal frame and 
springs, green canvas with white fringe and a little green...

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Categories: hosed, familydrink, green,
Form: Narrative
One Bad Trip
Now I am off on a really bad trip
Who said the circus was a really good tip,
Millions of lions; chasing me down
A bearded woman, and...

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Categories: hosed, crazy, funny, humor, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Grattitude First lesson in Christian Living
Dear little pony, the children’s clown,
Rough mane stands tall, his thick tail tumbles down.
Jiggety, jog.  Yes, some riders have frowned.
Dad can ride him with...

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Categories: hosed, childhood, dedication, depression, education, faith, family,
Form: Verse
a statue man with umbrella
A Statue... Man with umbrella
It was May in Lisbon had been walking long sat down on a bench
near a statue of a great Portuguese navigator,...

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Categories: hosed, celebrity, humor,
Form: Sonnet
Stage Play
Pull the curtain open
Butterflies in your stomach with ibuprofen
The stage is set and the cameras are running
And critics are spread out in the back with...

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Categories: hosed, confusion
Form: Rhyme
Sometimes the News Bugs Me
Uncle Mike's news from the past - - - Sometimes the News Bugs Me

July “57, in Hasting Minnesota
Fish flies flew in way over their quota

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Categories: hosed, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Sam came from Bollon on the Wallan S.W.Queensland Aus.
Sam came from Bollon on the Wallan S.W.Queensland Aus.

Sam Mc Croon came from Bollon soon
When he heard about old Galoon the Batey
 She was big...

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Categories: hosed, romanceold, me, old,
Form: Rhyme
Martin Luther King
Martin was a man of mettle Kingly to the clan
Athletic in prowess the pristine preacher's son
Registered first as Michael, he heaven's rapturer
Templed his genius above...

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Categories: hosed, black african american,
Form: Acrostic
My Kind Of Town
Spurs still jingle on booted feet,
And no one turns to stare.
"Howdy" is heard on any street -
Laughter's everywhere.

Old pickups are the wheels of choice -

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Categories: hosed, dog,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Life is a Series of Unmade Choices
Life is a Series of Unmade Choices
Written: by Tom Wright

Our life path is populated with unmade choices,
And mode of travel accelerates us on...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: hosed, life,
Form: Lyric
It began with an unforeseen encounter
In the midst of a chaotic street fair
My only thought was how to enchant her
Only to have my heart left...

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Categories: hosed, confusion, emotions, how i feel, relationship,
Form: Rhyme
Kennys Bull
I married the farmer’s daughter
I’m mostly a city boy
The farm is in South Dakota
A visit is such a joy

When my brother-in-law Kenny
Asked if I wanted...

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Categories: hosed, animals, me, me, power,
Form: Quatrain
My tale was made to be splendid,
So, from heaven I descended,
Born as chocolate as can be.
"O God, be merciful to me."

Land of the free; home...

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Categories: hosed, black-african amer
Form: Kyrielle
The Observer
The trees are turning cherry red
The birds and squirrels all sleep
For the winter is coming. The winter is close.
Homer is bracing for the snowfall.
Crystal flakes...

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Categories: hosed, childhood, happiness, imagery, snow, winter,
Form: Prose