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Best Onomatopoeia Poems

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


Premium Member I wander the desert alone
Aimlessly I meander in expansive barren-landscape
Whipped by the assault of rustling windy gales
Embossing sandy designs resembling ocean waves
Simulating pools of water in mirage of seascapes.

Plateaus...

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Categories: imagery, metaphor, nature, onomatopoeia,



Premium Member Mistitation

the droplets pitter-pattered
as my footprints melted into doesn't-matters
and all the buzzings and birds skitter-scattered
and, with Beauty on the nigh...all thought shattered...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, rain,

Premium Member Owl Whoo Whoo
               Owl’s Whoo Whoo……

Do not ask me whoo is whoo?
 ...

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Categories: funny, happy, onomatopoeia,

SATAN OSCILLATE MY METALLIC SONATAS
*****To the naked EYE, this poem may seem like gibberish,
but I assure you it is loaded with 24 palindromes,
3 palindrome phrases, 1 hidden palindrome phrase,
and...

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Categories: humorous, nonsense, onomatopoeia, parody,

Premium Member Scene From A Bike Ride

Like a royal parade,
they waddled across
the well traveled thoroughfare
teeming with autos crawling to a stop;
otherwise road rage reduced to admiration.

The regal drake held his head...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, analogy, animal, beauty, environment,

Happy
John was as a free bird, happy,
Living his life, happy.
When others were sad John, happy,
When John did go no one, happy.
For life is not long...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, christian, death, happy, heaven,

Rain
When it rain, it pours
It's like opening every doors
Whizzing wind, Whispering breeze
Makes your senses at ease.

When it rain it pours
It's like knocking every doors
Thunder here,...

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Categories: imagery, onomatopoeia, rain,

Premium Member Ring a Ling, Ding a Ling
Ho. Ho. Ho. Here we go,
blow off the calendar 
for show.

Racy red, glazy green 
and bright white  
blaze into sight.

Hell's bells, boredom tells.
Yuletide pride...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: onomatopoeia,

One More Day
Tap. Tap. Tap.
Shoes. Clicking against the tiles.

Cling. Cling. Cling.
Keys. Jingling against each other. 

Clink. Clink. Clink.
Cuffs. Clanking against the bars. 

Drip. Drip. Drip.
Water. Smacking against...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, prison, psychological, repetition,

The wind The wind
The wind or the wind                    ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, jesus, life, onomatopoeia,

Oh no too moppy ahhhhhh
Pop 
hiss
hoot
meow 

pow
whose 
poop

knock knock knock
bang bang
locked
tick tock

whistle
whizz
wheeze
whimsy
wreck

shoot
smash
mish mash
toot

sissy
ring ring

mawl
freeze
hang
shoot

zeees...

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Categories: conflict, howl, onomatopoeia, words,

Fireworks
The cold night is awoken and warmed 
A family of excitement ready to release their arsenal
Stored under the stairs until the big night
Let the show...

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Categories: firework, onomatopoeia,

Twang toot Fing Foo
Twang toot Fing Foo
Jingle jingle rattle boo
Tiger Tiger splash, squish
Skycrapper’s crashing swish
Wretched retches snorting  snuck
Timtimbuctoo’s belching buck
Whoosh whoosh Winnie Treetree murmur
Croaking frogie's hiss hiss...

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Categories: onomatopoeia,

Rain Dance Poem
When a poem is born
What is the chance
Of words in rain
Drip drop dance

Ping ting sing
Pitter patter rhyme
Rain dance acceleration
Makes my poem climb

Dribble drench drizzle
Thinking on...

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Categories: cry, onomatopoeia, rain, sound,

Premium Member Complexus-Syntaxus-Maximus
Complexus-Syntaxus-Maximus

Complexity-Syntaxity
Ezra Weston Loomis Pound
Flamboyant expression
Poetic modernity new.

Seeking no rifacimento
Onomatopoeia
Confusing readers so
Intricate verses make us blue.

Gary Bateman, Copyright © All Rights Reserved 
November 22, 2014
(Double Dactyl)
...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, allegory, confusion, imagery, introspection,

Premium Member OOMPH OOZE ORBIT

Pleasure primes pain,
Wit wonders why?
Glimpse gutsy gain,
Style sanguine sigh.


Fancy feels faint,
Big blossoms bulge;
Queer questions quaint,
Ideas indulge.


Prompt payment plays,
Ask apt award;
Death delays day,
Reap real reward.


Action aids...

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Categories: onomatopoeia,

Walking Seven Steps Together
(Walking Seven Steps)

Catching the last shot of the sunset sky
Even more rustier than before
Delayed my departure.
I asked my friends to go ahead 
And I would...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, autumn, dark, friendship, moon,

Ogden Ash
I think that I may never see a
tree's sounds lovely as onomatopoeia

to see, to hear, just too profound
sound beats cool on worded ground

ain't it funny...

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© Goode Guy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, humor, imagery, onomatopoeia,

My Monster
My Monster

Every week on Good Friday I get restless
Palpitations rise for my week end disasters
A monster boldly barges into my silent abode
Depriving me of my...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, art, child, color, nursery

An Horological Dunce
"The only reason for time is so that everything doesn't happen at once."--Einstein

"what's time," asked the tyke
"just pick any time you like
since they all happen...

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Categories: funny, onomatopoeia, time,

Smells funny
The odor I get The more pungent I get,                ...

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© John Beam  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: onomatopoeia, funny, humorous, hyperbole, irony,

Saluting King and his new World Order
Pulse facing, sweat racing
Light deafening sounds blinding
World’s waiting, stage blazing
Times nerving, ticking
All of this to Salute a King

Floors pouring, people raining
Eagerly participating, 
Constantly deliberating
Righteously anticipating
A...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, celebration, change, emotions, freedom,

Carolina Wren
Where this time?
The pair makes several tries--
my hard hat, a can of nails, window ledge
all filled with leaves.
How do they judge
those inferior, this one prime?
It's...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, animal, beauty, humor, language,

The Real Poetry
With eloquent verbosity,
and pompous grandiosity,
he'll voice his bellicosity
to show his intellect.

Devoid of any symmetry,
he'll pass it off as poetry,
but may I beg to differ,
though I...

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Categories: onomatopoeia, poetry, poets,

wheres the Love
Break from blowing heat
tip-toe creeping on concrete
trust cut deeper holes.
2-4-16...

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© Mark Merk  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: onomatopoeia, loneliness, lost love, nature,