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Best Supper Poems

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

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You speak to me in tongues
I  hear you with my heart
I feel you with my mind
Like a Spring bloom, I am slowly unfurling
Like a...

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Categories: supper, easter, good friday, jesus, journey, love,
Form: Free verse

Love Letter From The Soul XLIII

In the valley of life I S.O.A.K
in your reflection of feel

resistance rests in the wilderness
but I will not buy her tricks

I am not long for...

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© TS Poetry  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supper, love,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member Timberland
Wide the mirrored water stretched,
licking green upon the pointed pines, limbs sweeping low and cool.

The creek meandered, soft giggles escaping mossy rocks
where polliwogs swam, nearly,...

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Categories: supper, betrayal, crush, first love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Girl
Secretly, I watch the neighbors, 
From my well-advantaged location.
Mrs. G. is complaining about her husband to Mrs. S.
No one's drama is ever as vivid as...

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Categories: supper, 5th grade, 6th grade, 7th grade,
Form: Personification
Premium Member Another Morning
The sun poured through the window of my attic room,
      shafts of sunlight- spotlights on the wood floor;
I got out...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supper, childhood,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Tell Her You Saw Me
Tell her you saw me ...

Tell her I was out on the bluff at the Cape
during a gale, much too close to the rocks.
Tell her...

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Categories: supper, absence, adventure, heartbreak, romance, travel, true
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member Fruit Loops
You know we’re very poor, of that we have certainly, never denied.
Then the ‘Obama-I-don’t-Care’ gave us another whammy, Yes, indeed! Oh My!
Now, it’s Peanut butter...

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Categories: supper, fun, funny, humor, humorous, imagination, parody,
Form: Light Verse
In Galilee, his voice was heard.
In Nazareth, he rested his spirit.
Cana is where he was first miraculous.
In Galilee, the crowds were like a flock of...

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Categories: supper, america, religious, tribute, trust, truth, usa,
Form: Pastoral
The Knight's Tale of the Night's Tail
Sir Homophone came to meet the maid that somehow stayed so slim.
Her feat was to stay chaste to him and yet by his feet be...

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© Tony Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supper, funny, happy, night, happy, night,
Form: Light Verse
HEY DIDDLE, why the Cat and the fiddle
And the Cow that jumped over the moon? 
Why they're all here in Nursery Rhyme land
At the wedding...

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Categories: supper, childrenwedding, old, dog, cat, dog, old,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member My First Baseball Bat
Dad gave me my first wood baseball bat
an Eddie Mathews signature model, 28 inches long
when I was 10 or 11 ('66 or '67)

shortly after he...

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Categories: supper, family, joy,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Translation of Wen Hairy Met Tarry
Somebody suggested I write the tale using the correctly spelled words because my story (below here in the Homophone contest) is simply too distracting to...

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Categories: supper, fantasy,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Sandlot World Series
Some walked, others biked
As we gathered at the park
There was Jimmy, Peewee
Ricky, Billy and Mark
Neighborhood boys
From blocks around, they'd descend
For the Sandlot World Series
It was...

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Categories: supper, baseball, friendship,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member - Fly, Virgin Mary -


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Categories: supper, beauty, insect,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member plucking grapes along the lane
my sisters and I
plucking grapes along the lane. . . 
the chatter of birds

my sisters and I
plucking grapes along the lane. . . 
the sun...

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Categories: supper, sister,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member My First Date and Love - A Poet's Dozen
the wind was roaring
an open road forever-
           trees a blur of green

My brother brought him...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supper, boyfriend,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Smart and Final Prose
Daylight fades, a city pulsates, and traffic is reflected in store windows.  
Hurrying headlights come out of the darkness. 
They crisscross like dueling knights....

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Categories: supper, peoplepeople, red, city, people, red,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Evolution of Learning (Part One)
It amazes me how much man has evolved
Yet, How little he has learned
All around the globe
Millions die of disease and starvation
While the ever so intelligent...

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Categories: supper, history, life, loss, people, political, social,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tickle Trout
In the cool of the evening he laid there basking 
as my fingers touched the gleaming surface of the pool.
Deeper i penetrated till my hand...

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Categories: supper, adventure, food,
Form: Narrative
Love a pie day
Steak pies is my favourite  to eat with vegetables for dinner
With succulent pastry which couldn't be thinner

Meat and gravy are cooked in unison
Making this...

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Categories: supper, food,
Form: Couplet
That Silly Old Hat Of Yours
Oh, how could I ever be bored?
When I had such interesting chores.

I had to paint our bedroom door,
Then mop the grand, speckled floor.

Walked quickly down...

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Categories: supper, family, mother, wife,
Form: Couplet
Miracle on 10th Street
On many long, drawn out nights, his routine was to
shuffle aimlessly along dimly lit city streets.
Much of the time, his only companion was a
concealed remnant...

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Categories: supper, loneliness, loss, sick,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Grandsons
Car doors slam, country quiet broken
A race ensues… front door flies open
Dogs start barking, excitedly running
A happy day... grandsons are coming

Overnight bags in a flash...

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Categories: supper, appreciation, blessing, grandchild, grandparents, time,
Form: Rhyme
Sacred Seat: A Chair's Tale
The first thing that I recall knowing
As a sturdy and young olive tree
Extremely well rooted and growing
Was the sweltering sunlight on me

For two centuries I...

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Categories: supper, faith, history, imagination, inspirationalcity, love,
Form: Personification
Premium Member One
I was just    one child all alone
and I wrote one piece
a day of poetry
grandma said
take one day at a time

uniqueness  ...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: supper, childhood, family, poetry, writing,
Form: Free verse