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Best Huston Poems

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


To Huston
You took from me a precious stone
Which stand as a  blueprint to my destiny,
Return to the old ruggered rock which
Lay behind the gushing spring...

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Categories: huston, art,
Form: Blank verse



I Can Sing
I Can Sing


I sing
a voice like an angel.
Some call me a songbird.
A melody,
Sweet singing and soft sounds
Come from my lips.
High.
Low.
Medium.
Not quite a Mariah Carey or...

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Categories: huston, america, bird, celebrity, music, voice,
Form: Free verse
''INK-U-SCRIPT'' FOREVER
This is A interpretation about a 
certain young man, from Huston,Tx
PACE, GREGORY is the name; Yeah
that's right, I know you've heard 
about The famous PG...

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© Carma Reed  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huston, dedication, fantasy, love, me,
Form: Bio
the mare and I
The Mare and I

Georgia on my mind, I remember a song the sweetness of America, 
I have never been there but once I was in...

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Categories: huston, autumn, farewell, friendship,
Form: Sonnet
A dog Called America
A Dog Called America. 

When sailing from Huston, Texas, to Aruba
we had an unwanted guest on board, a big
friendly dog, the captain called shore and
It...

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Categories: huston, america, dedication, humorous,
Form: Blank verse



They Were Dying, Part 3 of 7
(By the time of the shooting of
"The Misfits", the Miller-Monroe
marriage was in deep trouble.
The Pansy is Montgomery Clift,
The Tusker is John Huston.)

After the Fall

It started...

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Categories: huston, film,
Form: Free verse
They Were Dying, Part 5 of 7
(Director John Huston had, previously to
this shoot, killed an elephant under
controversial circumstances.  Here he
discusses his cast and crew.  "Wallaby"
is his nickname for Eli...

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Categories: huston, film,
Form: Free verse
the two nation America
The Two Nation America 
It was in Huston some years ago my ship was being repaired, 
it was a dry ship – no alcohol allowed-...

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Categories: huston, abuse, age, class, poetry,
Form: Blank verse