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Best Howe Poems

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

howe 2 finde Gawd
I be frum brooklin
And I bee edumacatid reel goode
En iff uz wanna bee sefistikated lic mee
end Gawd weil bee wit uz
en ween u finde Hiem

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: howe, confusion, education, funny, on writing and
Form: Burlesque

Jordan Howe
Jordan was born with mild Cerebral Palsy,
But took part in the 2012 Paras at just 16,
Because he was born on 12th of October,
1996, and Rio...

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Categories: howe, body, happiness, health, pride, race, sports,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Sawney Bean, legend of a cannibal - written in broad Scots dialect
Thar was nae richt ae laddie sair
wha heft a cave 'side Galloway,
wi' nae jaiken he griftit dare
as he was nae tae lippen tae.

Ill-naitur'd  fishwife...

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Categories: howe, history,
Form: Quatrain
A Recipe For Fun
> > 
> > Author: Dennis Howe
> > February 2001
> > 
> > Take ten
> > seasoned ball players and...

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Categories: howe, softball,
Form: Free verse
Diction ENglish grammer proper nouns predicates verbs learn the way the language 
works then grow up to be a poet and...

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Categories: howe, allegory, education, inspirational, on writing and
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Tea Time
"Steeped" in resentment at usurious taxes, a Revolution was "brewing!"
History records that the Boston Tea Party was to be the Brits undoing!
An anguished groan was...

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Categories: howe, history
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Baseball Trash Can Cats Vs Downtown Stray

Here we are fans this fine summer day,
to watch Trash Can Cats, versus Downtown Stray.
The field is grand in this deep wooded glen,
pitchers are warming...

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Categories: howe, baseball, fun, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Respect The Game
To know just where your're going

You must know where you've been

You must respect the history

The things others have seen

It's true in all things relative

Be it...

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Categories: howe, baseball, football, games, history, soccer, softball,
Form: Rhyme
Hockey Time

		You know that summertime is gone
		when a chill is in the air
		when snow is in the forecast
		and hockey sticks appear
		when kids with toques and earmuffs

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Categories: howe, sports,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Maybe It Was Eleanor
Ever wonder where big ideas come from?

Memories of FDR
from newsreel clips -
a lion-headed striking man
with rakish grin,
jaw jutting proudly, 
signature cigarette holder
clenched in his teeth

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: howe, feelings, history, international, philosophy, political, recovery
Form: Free verse
My Better Half
You are the anchor that holds me in place
Without you my life would be just an empty space
You are my strength when I grow weak

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Categories: howe,
Form: Light Verse
Happy Mother's Not
Thank you mother,
you birthed me,
you nursed me,
you fed and clothed me.

You loved me,
when seems, the word had loathed me.
I'd not want that love in vain.


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Categories: howe, anniversary, daughter, dedication, devotion, children, friendship,
Form: I do not know?

Mai nay poucha settaray se keun ?
Tou kahen orr outtra nahi ?

Hanss kay bola hai Quraan mai
Ek darr e HYDERI ke sewa
Meri kaheen ko manzil...

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Categories: howe, religion,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Why The Brits Lost The Revolution!
The skirmish at Bunker Hill almost became a British scandal,
Since the Yanks gave the Brits almost more than they could handle!
General Howe expected the Yanks...

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Categories: howe, funnywinter, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Catfished Strange Lookin' Critters On Earth.
Catfish hashed halibutt steaks bloodied red rare...
Nothin' more to eat-I really don't care or give a 
dam. No-no-no more mistakes, Sir Sam i am
Don't give...

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Categories: howe, food, nature, planet,
Form: I do not know?
John Stark's Glory, Part I
Back in seventeen seventy-seven,
British general John Burgoyne faced hard times,
despite winning at Hubbardton, and Fort Anne,
supplies were getting very hard to find.

When word came that...

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Categories: howe, america, conflict, freedom, hero, history, patriotic,
Form: Epic
What Is Detroit
What is Detroit 

{Free Verse}
Mar 27, 2018• Copyright © daniel miltz 

It's the Motor City 
Motor Capital of the World

It's lying in shards
Like olden...

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Categories: howe, city,
Form: Free verse
Man Vs mountain
Howe great are your lofty peaks, amongst hillocks traced

Free from foes and frauds , ink my ridges with love and freehand

Ones tail whips round between...

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Categories: howe, nature,
Form: Free verse
Untitled #51 / "You guys are full of excercise"
“You guys are full of exercise” – nonsense
even after she has finished
scolding Kyle for laying down his head
“Not bored, just sleepy”
I don’t blame him,
Calculus sucks

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Categories: howe, education, life, mystery, school, social, teen,
Form: Narrative
A Brooklyn Poem
Say, yo!...Wuz up?
See my 'homies"?
I'll take a' cup
Of dat dare cofee stuf,
Long as it got whiskey
I'd bee happie shore enuff,

Acrostic? Who dat be?
Sum kinna' medicine?

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: howe, funny, on writing and words, parody,
Form: Burlesque
Stop. wait. no. why?
why can't i stop, i cry
I cry out your name in my dark and dismal room
waiting for you to end this gloom

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Categories: howe, dedicationgrandmother, cry, love, me, time, i
Form: I do not know?
Never set foot on the sour howe                  ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: howe, christian, courage, family, meaningful,
Form: Free verse
Paul Pyper's End
eerie earth whooshing
punctured pride pulsing
smirking over corpse
damping drooling draws
rustic rally rising
ginormous gaunt growling

salient sydney scrunching
flowing yell fostering
fiddling frantic feelings

Paul Pyper's end;
once a fiend
now a friend


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Categories: howe, dark, death,
Form: Sonnet
The Dark Lord
All things good and va-a-aluable,
all progress great and small,
all folks small and ma-a-alleable,
the Dark Lord ate them all.

Defied the constitu-u-ution
launched media attacks, 
abated persecu-u-ution,
of Mexicans...

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Categories: howe, humor, humorous, political, satire,
Form: Rhyme