Best Superhighways Poems
Below are the all-time best Superhighways poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of superhighways poems written by PoetrySoup members
A Super Highway in My Front Yard
superhighways, fun, funny, humor, humorous,
I have a superhighway in my front yard.
It appeared in the night.
As if by magic.
Ants are traveling along it
Whistling a tune...
The Death of Yin and Yang
superhighways, conflict, corruption, dark, life, lost,
Collaborative Chinese water torture
Dropping fickle whispers
Their foreheads pound with belittled grief.
Egyptian cotton tissues,
Coated in fresh aloe and waxy resolutions,
Heaving identity crisis under bus,
For e e cummings
superhighways, angst, childhood, life, on writing and
i have wandered the dusty back roads of my youth
cut through cotton fields that screamed their brutal truth
Autumn is now and soon winter clothes we will ware
For now forest sings symphony of color and wind murmurs in hair
But in this chestnut hail...
Grant My Desire
superhighways, introspection, life, passion, philosophy, visionary, home,
Grant my desires…
To convey my thoughts freely
To holler at candid volumes
What must be expressed, deafeningly
That anguished chagrin burning
A fiery spark of reverence
In the eyes...
Because of all the lunies on the superhighways
My son's decided to take a leisurely drive on the byways
Many more stoplights
But safer, less fights
Bout who cuts...