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Best Stampede Poems

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


Premium Member Snow Falling
Snow falling—
Falling.
Feathers escaping from the pillow-heaven
Confusing the air
With the steadiness of a stampede
Advancing, clinging, smothering.

Snow falling—
Settling.
White fleecy lambs atop every protrusion
Sleek ermine boas
Draped upon the...

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Categories: stampede, beauty, winter,
Form: Personification



HOSTILE HEAD TAKEOVER PART 1
I'm near cuckoo
This Monday blue
A day not eas'ly recommended
for making sense
I'm way too tense
And hung-over to comprehend it
 
My mind's on the bend
my imaginary friends
are...

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Categories: stampede, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Soul searching
I walk deeper and deeper into my own mind, looking for something while completely blind. 
Nights embrace only makes me travel deeper, with the road...

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Categories: stampede, age, body, inspiration, mystery, self, senses,
Form: Free verse
Night Mares
The ceiling's dark is swivelling to stars,
but something stirs the sea, turns skies tidal:
the nightly mares who call from moon and Mars
and shake the shackle...

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Categories: stampede, myth, night, sky, universe,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member A BUSH FIRE
A BUSH FIRE  
               
One scorching afternoon,
A sudden splintering sound...

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Categories: stampede, animal, fire,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member I AM 'THE POETESS'
I AM, "THE POETESS"

The array of pigeons stampede upon soft blue-white bears
camping on the mountaintops. Stretching shadows 
across green fields, slowly depart when sun yawns...

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Categories: stampede, beauty, joy, love, poetess, poetry, writing,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Waterfall
Waterfall

Escaping
from far confined spaces
longing for freedom over the rim

Highlighted
flowing wavy tresses
cascading over rocky shoulders

Rushing sounds
of an endless stampede
racing and galloping through the air

Frothy fluffs
of white...

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Categories: stampede, imagery, nature, water,
Form: Verse
Caravan Friends
Truly, the bee hive innards hum 
Truly, the body inside gurgles 
Truly, the cave echoes the vortex 

Truly I know these sounds 
from last night...

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Categories: stampede, allegoryurdu, me,
Form: Ghazal
My God is a Cowboy
My God is a cowboy and even likes to fish
To ride for Him daily is truly my wish

He was born in a barn, rode hard...

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© LD Brower  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, christian,
Form: Cowboy
Premium Member Beauty in Disguise
Crawling along the sidewalk,
his tiny legs wiggling along
with his wriggling, squiggly body,
he creeps me out!
If he survives the elements
or the stampede of hard-soled monster feet
upon...

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Categories: stampede, insect,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member If I were an elephant
If I were an elephant


If I were an elephant,
now that would be a sight
I couldn’t sneak around the house,
my clothes would fit too tight

I’d need...

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Categories: stampede, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Cowboys, Made of Awesome
Some modern folks, when they hear his name,
will roll their eyes and look ashamed,
thinking the cowboy is uncivilized,
with his hats, and guns, and round-up rides.
That...

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Categories: stampede, america, appreciation, celebration, fun, how i
Form: Cowboy
Rudolph Gets the Job
Twas on the eve of Christmas and St Nick was feeling glum
because his leading reindeer had some problems with his tum.
With Dasher feeling poorly, Santa...

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Categories: stampede, funnytime,
Form: Rhyme
HipHop Is dead
Hip-Hop is dead
I can’t feel the throb, the devotion, the dedication
I wear all black
Black stilettos, black cut dress, aimed real low
Seductive but simple, I know...

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Categories: stampede, imagination, loss, music, nostalgia, social, love,
Form: Personification
Premium Member In Belladonna Berries Love Was Paid


With lies you tried to hide your furtive eyes~
but breadcrumbs left impressions you betrayed,
and finding out the truth behind your guise
did shatter loving life that...

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Categories: stampede, betrayal, heartbroken, lost love, sorrow,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member In This Olden Soul, A Fast Dancing Horse
In This Olden Soul, A Fast Dancing Horse

In this olden soul, a fast dancing horse
lively one I now can not ride, of course.
Looking on this...

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Categories: stampede, dance, deep, dream, horse, imagination, love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Patina Of Life
A stampede of horses
captured 
their thunderous strides
frozen 
a magnificent scene 
unfolds
within a rich patina of
bronze. 

Artisan expression
brazen and bold
molding a stunning 
scene of nature
sparking the...

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Categories: stampede, animal, appreciation, art,
Form: Free verse
Midnight Email
Midnight Email



Night burns both ends of the candle
Full bent upon those wilderness horses
Tearing in their stampede chains

As this scarlet sangria swallows its taste of regret
Heated...

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Categories: stampede, time
Form: Free verse
Scoffers Take Heed
A gut full of grease is a glutton for greed
A swirling cesspool of sinful man's seed
These men of corruption, a pitiful breed
They trust their own...

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© Chris Tian  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, bible, christian, jesus,
Form: Rhyme
Clouds
Charcoal grey, silver grey, shading to white,
Changing and shifting,
Pewter grey, ashy grey, darkness then light,
Trailing and lifting.

A quiet avalanche of melting clouds
In horizontal fall,
Covering distant...

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Categories: stampede, confidence, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Rugby Grass Roots
The grandstand is gelid by a sharp wintry breeze
Carried off from the field are the last of dead leaves
The shrill of the whistle, muffled calls...

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© Marco Bing  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, friendship, games, sports, spring,
Form: Alexandrine
Premium Member Hair Styles 'You've Got To Be Kidding'
Poodle...          A puff on the left
          ...

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Categories: stampede, fashion, funny, hair, hilarious, humor, imagery,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Christmas Dinner Fiasco
    "Christmas Dinner Fiasco"



on Christmas Eve, family gathered for "Feast of Seven Fishes"
an old Italian tradition while wrapping gifts with expectant wishes
hubby...

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Categories: stampede, funny, christmas, sweet, christmas, pets, sweet,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Yodelin' Cowboy
Hank was a hard workin' cowpoke who really earned his meager pay.
He rode his ass Old Red from early dawn 'til at night he hit...

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Categories: stampede, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member James McKee Rogers 1836 - 1900
James McKee Rogers

1836 – 1900


I offer up this epitaph as an ode instead,
An ode of love, affection and gratitude
To Whittier, my true home away from...

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Categories: stampede, death,
Form: Epitaph