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Best Hostesses Poems

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


Premium Member The Mojo Trick
The Mojo Trick
Loch David Crane
June 1979

Sweat-sticky and hot! The P. I. is not
	a comfortable place to be;
but sit here and perspire (as though by the...

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Categories: hostesses, absence, how i feel, humor, humorous,
Form: Ballad



Premium Member Christmas

         Christmas

           A zure Sky rejoiced and...

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Categories: hostesses, christmas,
Form: Abecedarian
The true happiness my heart needs
Today I managed to sneak into the realm of time
Twenty years ahead to the dream I hoped to realise
And yes, it really did come to...

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Categories: hostesses, fantasy, loveme, heart, heart, love, me,
Form: Narrative
"enviable Farrari's"
American Born Congressmen
Drive Enviable Farrari's-
German Hostesses Inherit Jeeps!
Kentuckians
Lease
Mules
Nightly,
Offending Police!
Quiet Republicans Seem Troubled;
Unless
Vacationing Women Xylophonists,
Yodel
Zippingly!...

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Categories: hostesses, funny
Form: ABC
Premium Member Essence Thirst
How can so much beauty go unnoticed set plainly before our eyes
While no beauty amongst man’s creations can equally compare?
Mother Nature at her best provides...

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Categories: hostesses, natureworld, beauty, beauty,
Form: Free verse



Half and Half
I smell the tar burning in the heat-wave
The cigarette almost lit itself
Spontaneous combustion pirouetting 
Into stacks of smoke, rising steam
From the pavement like breath in...

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Categories: hostesses, placespeople, people,
Form: Free verse
Where Have All The Ladies Gone
Where have all the ladies gone?

They exchanged their dresses for suits and jeans
and cut off their hair to be more like men.

(But we're not men,...

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Categories: hostesses, perspective, society, woman, women,
Form: I do not know?