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Best Igloos Poems

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

Premium Member Winter Walking Blues

Glazed, deep snow, virgin crunched under my aimless walk
as I idle rambled onward through a vacant, bare-treed park.
Sun was so high that its brightness flashed...

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Categories: igloos, brother, childhood, dad, death, grief, mental
Form: Free verse

Premium Member END Of YEAR HUMOUR

Mr Greedy could not eat any more
His bulging stomach was swollen and sore
Needed hospital care
But he couldn't get there 
Cos he got wedged in...

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Categories: igloos, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member A Christmas Snow
Bundled in goose down like their feathered friends;
they plump outside for they've no wish to stay in;
they dive in the snow, the mundane to transcend.

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Categories: igloos, children,
Form: Villanelle
Premium Member If I Were an Igloo
If I were an igloos I would be different than the others, 
more flamboyant.
Painted in rainbow colors, 
I would play hip hop music, and I...

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Categories: igloos, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade,
Form: Personification
Premium Member I Am Ready For Some Violets
I am ready for some violets, the sun, 
Dewdrops, wet grass, tulips, and daffodils
Marigolds, geraniums and warm, sultry weather.

My socks are cold and wet, soggy...

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Categories: igloos, flower, spring,
Form: Blank verse

Premium Member The Wakening
The world spins kaleidoscopic, a whorl of color in revolt.
Oceans quake malleable, molding into fissures of tectonic hunger,
ravaging the deep, stirring the primal need depressing

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Categories: igloos, allegory, childhood, computer-internet, history, hope, inspirational,
Form: Sestina
Premium Member 'The Wakening World
The Wakening World

A new world spins kaleidoscopic, a whorl of color in revolt.
Oceans quake, molding into fissures of tectonic hunger,
ravaging the deep, stirring the primal...

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Categories: igloos, devotion, education, hope, mystery,
Form: Sestina
Equality revolution
Equality revolution

Oh he raised 5 thousand million,
The anquidated poor,
The estimated 5 billion,
The persecuted sure,

In passive revolution,
Equality of state,
All equal under the sod,
The equalizer fate,
Superich reduced...

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Categories: igloos, adventure, , cute,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Snow
A snowflake falls on pristine bare ground

Leaves a coat without a heard sound

Filling every crack and every seam 

A blanket of white snow for a...

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Categories: igloos, snow,
Form: Rhyme

Stay tuned
For the soon to be boom
Between the sun and moon
And any flowers that do or don't bloom
During morning, night and afternoon

Lifeforms becoming unglued
Nobody is...

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Categories: igloos, poetry, rap, word play, words, work,
Form: Rhyme
Winter has a face contest
She wakes from a dream, dripping with tears of sweat pouring down her face.  Her long blonde hair is pasted to her forehead as...

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Categories: igloos, childhood, january, life, nature, nostalgia, winter,
Form: Verse
Eskimo Dream
            Eskimo Dream

Eskimos know 68 shades of snow
They count every flake
Green blue ones fill...

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Categories: igloos, age, culture, dream, history, image, snow,
Form: Free verse

Big waves crash on a Hebrides shore,
Horizontal rain slashes the rocks.
There’s no shelter here, not even a crack,
There’s no wood here, and nothing to burn:

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Categories: igloos, depression,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Global Colding

Thought today was going to be pretty good
But it's cold and snow again
What a nasty winter we're having this year
As bad as I can't remember...

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Categories: igloos, humorous,
Form: Quatrain
An ABC Menagerie
An ABC Menagerie  

“A” is for apples and animals like ants.
“B” is for baboons with bright blue balloons. 
“C” is for the circus clowns...

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Categories: igloos, children
Form: ABC
...At the Shore, zoneyed
hyperspantechnic aerobes
seek treasurefiner-

metal detectives,
hopefilled, as high-tech fishmen
at Igloos of beer

ponder the dearth?, Nay!
of paille tressed, bespectacled

at hungry palettes
and the sketchmasters who're
ignobly absent!


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© H MANTEL  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: igloos, nature, parody, philosophy, places, sea,
Form: Haiku
trapezoidal trapezoid
In a pucked out pick there is often a puck. Not 1 or 2 but several. Ships adorn the landscapes as predicted. When the sweet...

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Categories: igloos, birthday,
Form: I do not know?
The Folks from USA
The folks are coming up to visit
Won’t they be astonished
Our igloos have all melted
We’re swimming in them now

Our sled dogs are all miniature
They wear booties...

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Categories: igloos, hilarious, holiday, humor,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Rightful Snow
Awesome beauty chilled, 
Definite effort forgives, 
Generating hourly igloos, 
Just kidding lovely maker, 
Nor'easter operating possible quiet rightful snow, 
Thoughtfully underneath, 
Very wonderful,
X-cited young zealot


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Categories: igloos, life, nature,
Form: ABC
Dirran Aggie
Dirranbandi Aggie

Agnes was a local lady, slight,
 who had a different view,
Didn’t trust no lectric light, 
might just burn her eyeballs too, 
fat lamp a...

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Categories: igloos, adventure,
Form: Ballad
winter memories
The world has changed, everything covered in white,
reflecting every beam of sunlight.
What lies beneath is for now sleeping tight.

Winter brings back old childhood memories.
The whole...

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Categories: igloos, childhood, christmas, memory, winter,
Form: Sonnet
My on call Uncle Muse Never Sleeps
My on call (Uncle) Muse Never Sleeps
(aunt that title niece – ???
in this context pronounced nice) really did not wanna

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Categories: igloos, 11th grade, 12th grade, 8th grade,
Form: Free verse

i go on a journey
to far away places that 
others can only imagine.


i go to darfur
and visit the beautiful ones
who dwell in the land of...

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Categories: igloos, hope, imagination,
Form: Free verse
One Day
Sky without Stars...
Solar without Mars...
My life without you as worst as it can be;
Baby, this distance is killing Me...

Smiling with tears in my eyes,
Everyday a...

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Categories: igloos, baby, destiny, future, love, missing you,
Form: Rhyme
On My Epitaph
I want to be slothful and want not to work
I like to lie down on a faded white cotton
under the swelling Sun.
I want to walk...

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© Nirode Ray  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: igloos, dark, desire,
Form: Free verse