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Best Supermarkets Poems

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Premium Member Beer In Supermarkets


Do you know why us guys have happy faces
Beer is for sale in supermarkets, good gracious
Here in Ontario
A bit backward I know
Even grandmas can get...

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Categories: supermarkets, humorous,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member Rant
This town, this Silk Road had no toll to pay
yet from the east caravans again fill its
pharaonic marble and glass temples. Monolith

malls rise its clefts;...

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Categories: supermarkets, introspection,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Phobia
No flame within! 
      do I hold for you
no delightful delicacy
      shall I put to...

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Categories: supermarkets, angst, light, world,
Form: Free verse
Escaping Humanity
Feeling the desolation, of smothering air
Hemmed in by crowds; the obliqueness of fear
Throng of the city and no sight of the sun
Incessant noise and the...

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Categories: supermarkets, change, conflict, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
I do love food
>I do love food.

When I was young, food was rationed.
So much of this, or that, you were allowed.
Each person had a ration book for adults...

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Categories: supermarkets, blessing, food, funny love, memory, peace,
Form: Free verse



Black Friday
Fists flying people crying
On this crazy day black Friday
What a disgrace as the hunter’s race
Christmas bargains with a punch in the face   ...

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Categories: supermarkets, scary,
Form: Rhyme
TO MARKET, TO MARKET
TO MARKET, TO MARKET
As big-box supermarkets became the rage,
most small grocery stores closed down.
And the constancy of change set the stage,
for different looks all around...

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Categories: supermarkets, memory, me, night, memory, me, memory,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Morsel of Biomass
Negligible morsel of biomass
my fat belly, formerly abs
insignificant yet it occupies me
hourly while bored or hungry.

Fat is what? a picture
of despair, giving up caring
or man...

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Categories: supermarkets, care, fear, home, memory, pain, rain,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Truth is all an act in government exposed
One small little country which houses 
one of the highest paid governments 
in this modern world joke ran upside down

A big part of our life...

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Categories: supermarkets, betrayal, ireland, political, rights, society, truth,
Form: Political Verse
A Walk on the Lower East Side
     Past the bodegas 
the House of Sages 
    Past the children playing 
in the yard 
Past the...

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Categories: supermarkets, urban, home, home, drug,
Form: Chant Royal
Premium Member Wake Asia Wake - Part One - 1
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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supermarkets, inspirational, time,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Owl
Owl
That’s me, night owl, 
Good looking, great big eyes, 
Dressed in a feathered coat,
Everybody loves to look at me,
But don’t underestimate me,
I’m the hunter, the...

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Categories: supermarkets, poetry,
Form: Personification
Open letter
To my future lover, 

Why me? I feel that I don't deserve you, that there are way more attractive, smart, and funny individuals out there--fit...

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Categories: supermarkets, desire, destiny, dream, emotions, longing, love,
Form: I do not know?
At the Farmers' Market
Flowers, waiting to be sold,
Beckon, brilliant, bright and bold.
Such a colorful array,
Nature’s palette on display.

Veggies also strut their stuff;
One can never buy enough.
Fruits compete to...

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Categories: supermarkets, food, urban,
Form: Couplet
Poem About Trump Poem
Poem About Trump Poem

Are often things I may forget to mention
Some are both you and your opinion
And many things we have to decide
Not having anything...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supermarkets, allegory, anger, anxiety,
Form: Couplet
Traveling Companion
Three stars to the dream pierce
and I find you sitting there,
forlorn
absorbed
and lost in sickle thoughts
I rush to metal supermarkets
and bring you gifts of spirit,
paper roses
lead...

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Categories: supermarkets, friendship, imagination, mystery, peace, people, stars,
Form: Free verse
Fruit A peel
https://m.soundcloud.com/user-921599710/fruit-a-peel-2

Blueberries, bananas, apples that fall
Berries and pears, we love them all
Fresh rainwater, summer heat
The part of plants that we can eat

Inside the fruit, contains the...

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Categories: supermarkets, children, education,
Form: Free verse
Age of Iron



Should the human tale
Become nothing more than a tear
Sorrow written quiet
In the dumb mouths of history

Grey within the sunlight
Dark inside the love
All proof to the...

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Categories: supermarkets, peopletruth,
Form: Free verse
Humans be not proud
Humans, be not proud
Every human is a farm
Chocolate for animals
To live, eat and survive
Every human, bacteria’s cake
Food for viruses they are
With delicious juicy flesh	
For fungus,...

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Categories: supermarkets, humanity, philosophy, wisdom,
Form: Elegiac Lyric
Billionaire Fragile Earth
An Economy spirals up in euphoria, 
enslaving Casinos, Supermarkets, Malls.
Lavish and happy hedonists in quicksand,
relish in desert of drudgery, not so small.
As we dance, an...

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Categories: supermarkets, butterfly, care, clothes, earth, environment, love,
Form: Free verse
man , husband , father
         ( 10/24/12)

First and foremost - I am a man
And I had to gratify my needs
Then she...

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© louis rams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supermarkets, family, me, wife, child, desire, me,
Form: Rhyme
The Price Of Progress
                   The Price Of Progress

We talk of...

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Categories: supermarkets, truth,
Form: Narrative
to be or not to be a vegetarian
To Be or not to be...a vegetarian 

Christmas in Portugal is a dowdy affair, Supermarkets 
are open most days and there is no rush, and...

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Categories: supermarkets, blessing, christmas, humor,
Form: Blank verse
Pretension
The first gardening of the year maybe is small beer

Tightening tired muscles digging the seven by nine, 

These great beetroot symphonies so divine where

Rebellion rife...

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© Peter Dorr  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supermarkets, garden, daffodils,
Form: Free verse
Big Blue Alien Food Farm
[Our perspective]
Blackness superimposed by glowing blue
Smearing white spiraling cloud icings
Appearing applied by a painter’s hand
Soon to stretch and then to transform
As eventually will happen with...

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© The Fringe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supermarkets, imagination
Form: I do not know?