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Best Sunroof Poems

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


Slipping into my silver-gray SUV
Nicknamed  " Sly Buster Cruiser”
I speed off down the rocky, off-highway road.
Twisting and reeling like my wired mind,
windows down, sunroof...

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Categories: sunroof, adventure,
Form: Free verse

I fly with eagles on the one lane to Freedom
Through the desert of the lost souls of drought
Tears are dissipating from the speed of my...

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Categories: sunroof, introspection, life,
Form: Free verse
She's Everything
She’s got an orange and a blue pair of shoes
That I love so much when she wears them
She looks great in her black coloured ear...

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Categories: sunroof, girlfriend, love, romantic, soulmate, sweet,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Missing Poetry Notebook

I had a huge notebook full of poems.
They were written on both covers, all around.
Here and there, in corners even,
Some topsy turvey, upside down.

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Categories: sunroof, poems, poetess, poetry, poets, write,
Form: Rhyme
My Mates Car
My Mate’s Car 
It’s a limousine Cadillac with all the luxuries you would want. Check it out as he drives past. He has electric windows...

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Categories: sunroof, car, desire, funny, happy, sexy, technology,
Form: Free verse

My "Blue" Equinox sitting in the driveway;
Can't wait to get in it and enjoy the day.
I am going to rev up the engine ride all...

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Categories: sunroof, blue, car, color, desire, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member It's my Circus
It's my circus and I'm the star
My damn mechanic can't fix my car
My sunroof leaks on the passenger seat
And my brake shoes are made from...

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Categories: sunroof, life,
Form: Rhyme
Dirty Little Secrets
If wishes were horses
We’d all take a ride and possibly this time
We could cum inside
Without picking up a VD-in-the-box
Or a latent addiction we just can’t...

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Categories: sunroof, fear, humorous, introspection, life, philosophy, sleep,
Form: Free verse
Watching from pin hole
lamps of baked clay.
Every thorn was in my flesh.

I was losing my voice
in crowd of maniacs.
Dragonflies climbing on worn leather.

Through cracked sunroof...

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Categories: sunroof, brother, business, confusion, death, dedication
Form: ABC
Cruising to Insanity
 Cruising To Insanity

I did it! I finally got a newer car and I am very proud
Calling my friends and family now, to tell them...

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Categories: sunroof, adventure, funny, car, me, car, me,
Form: Rhyme
ground zero
i seem to remember
a sunroof sky
full of kanji and silk
wisteria dancing across the wind
my daughter laughing in that so saturated face
as friend and i sit...

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© shaun hull  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunroof, imagery, innocence, war, world war ii,
Form: Free verse
Past winters were extremely harsh
and driving my green Honda was tough;
it's certainly not a luxury car...
whenever I go, it gets me far.
Once it broke down...

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Categories: sunroof, urban, work, me, green, me,
Form: Verse
Car Wrecks
Cruising for a bruising, I wreck my blue car.
It runs on regular with no gas gage, goes far.

She ran the yellow light at sixty. I...

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Categories: sunroof, adventuregod, me, car, god, me, yellow,
Form: Narrative
An Artist's Mind
We were lead here for something, for somewhere to dream.
To the City of Angels, all on the same team.
Actors and singers, painters, designers 
searching for...

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Categories: sunroof, passion
Form: Rhyme
driving down to Mexico as I get close to the border
cell phone quits in Organ Pipe, no calls that I will miss
I can stay in...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunroof, introspectiontime,
Form: Verse
the sea
I drive to the beach house
sunroof open, cd playing
a warm fall day
the sea beacons
one week in paradise...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunroof, happiness
Form: Free verse
fading fast
it was a short road out of Eden
a way that I knew well
and if I write my story
there's part I'll never tell

my car sped fast...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sunroof, inspirational,
Form: Ballad