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Best Surrey Poems

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


Covered Bridge
Damn you, cursed covered bridge, 
Damn your easy way,
Damn your timbers strong and high 
That let her slip away!

Opposed by torrent moat she was 
Compelled...

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© Dean Wood  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surrey, anger, lost love,
Form: Quatrain



Late Apple Themes
 come kiss the frost 
from off  late apple themes 
the carnival is coming into town
where everything is nothing that it seems
hitch up the...

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Categories: surrey, love, nostalgia, summer, summer,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member A Horse-A Horse: My Kingdom For A Horse
A horse!  A horse!  My kingdom for a horse!

Wast penned by The Bard of Avon of course!

Richard's steed Surrey lay dead

Slain by a...

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Categories: surrey, horse, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Trembles and Thrills
there was a young girl from Surrey
whose love life was all of a hurry
so went for sex advice
from a madam of vice
now can tease and...

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Categories: surrey, humorous,
Form: Limerick
The Great Bell of Bow
The Great Bell of Bow

I feel such a Steam Tug and no Porkies
Some Tea Leaf Half Inched me Jam jar

In me local Nuclear Sub you...

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© Nigel Fox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surrey, funnyme, eve, me,
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member Instead
On television movie "Dirty Dancing" again
To tell honest truth I felt warm after glow
This looked like a fun thing to do from where I stood
I...

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Categories: surrey, funny, imagination, introspection, lifehome, fun, home,
Form: Rhyme
Lizzie King
Lizzie King had a heart of gold / 
A hooker by trade or so we're told / 
She’d show up when the guys got paid...

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Categories: surrey, history, people,
Form: Rhyme
The Great Bell of Bow
The Great Bell of Bow

I feel such a Steam Tug and no Porkies
Some Tea Leaf Half Inched me Jam jar

In me local Nuclear Sub you...

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© Nigel Fox  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: surrey, funny, me, eve, me,
Form: Classicism
Remembering Denis Healey
Lord Denis Healey was an intellectual Labour MP, 
Who represented Leeds in the Commons for 40 years,
From 1952 until 1992,
When he could at last objectify...

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Categories: surrey, death, eulogy, history, leadership, poetry, political,
Form: Elegy
Lone Birthday Boy Dancing
Yesterday for my birthday,
I started off
with a bottle of wine...
I took the train
into town...
I had half a bitter
at the Cafe de Piaf
in Waterloo...
I went to...

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Categories: surrey, addiction, birthday, dance, dark, friendship, london,
Form: Free verse
The secret lives of chimney pots III
Marching out of the cloaked shires
Of landowners, stockbrokers, 
Hereditary Peers, and ruddy faced 
Squires:
A vast multitude of many varied 
Tribes.
Amassing in the great cities, where,
Inhabiting...

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Categories: surrey, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
The Picnic
The little pygmy named Pixie Poggly was quirky queenly quaintly and quickly, but rarely ever really did much can't you see.

Until one day, a raunchy...

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Categories: surrey, adventure, celebration, confusion, fantasy, fun, funny,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Believing Him
I want to write a poem about believing in God's words
Whether His word from the Bible or
something He said to you
If you don't believe Him,...

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Categories: surrey, faith,
Form: Free verse
Englishman, Jackadandy, Spy
He made no move at all 
As the alarm clock went off. 
But ten minutes later, 
It was obvious he was awake. 
He lifted himself...

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Categories: surrey, clothes, england, fashion, london, sleep, teacher,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tongue Twister Time
Tongue twister line: 
From the rustic rover to Samuel Sanders,  they try to tickle the tongue with tricky tongue twisters. 

1. A rustic rover...

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Categories: surrey, fantasy,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Happy Birthday Jan
HAPPY BIRTHDAY.

Happy birthday to a lovely lady called Jan
Who's a poet from The Isle of Man
So please raise your glass
To a very nice lass
Burn (s)...

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Categories: surrey, birthday, funny, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Island of dreams
Johnny’s got an island
In the Surrey countryside
It isn’t very long 
And it isn’t very wide
It’s got a little duck house
There’s a tree upon the bank
And...

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Categories: surrey, holiday,
Form: Rhyme
Family Tree
Family Tree

The family tree grows tall and true,
Its leafy branches cradle me and you.
Like every tree it has a season
When branches drop, sometimes without reason.
Our...

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Categories: surrey, absence, bereavement, dad, loss, moving on,
Form: Couplet
Catch 22
A woman seeks all that leaves her distraught
In pursuit of extrinsic desires anew
From a dead end grave startled she wakes
Within her eyes fate appeared to...

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Categories: surrey, depression, life, loss, lost love,
Form: Sonnet
Kieran Steer
Kieran is a former pupil of Beath High, 
In the region of Fife, a Scottish pride, 
He attended a sports day hosted by, 
Disability Sport...

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Categories: surrey, sports, strength,
Form: Quatrain
New born baby
In the Surrey General Hospital
A new born baby
Screams out her geography

In the Nursery
Is a woman whose village she cannot find
Searching, 
Sees the moon sliced by...

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Categories: surrey, peace, people, sympathy,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member When You Are Old
When you're old, though no one heeds, 
Your mind is verdant with weeds
And I find I must admit
Other's problems take a hit.

When you're old, or...

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Categories: surrey, age,
Form: Rhyme
Firmly fixed
So bashful my soon to be wife

She places her fingers into my
hand as I help her down from the
surrey

Her eyes firmly fixed to mine,
she smiles
and...

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Categories: surrey, love,
Form: Free verse
The Wreck On Gastons Hill
          
I watched as the old train chugged heavily up the hill.
   Puffing and...

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Categories: surrey, imagination, me, old, me, old,
Form: Narrative
In Old California 28
And Margarita holds her mother's sleeve
as she's lead toward the waiting surrey ride.
El Segundo with reins of bays doth weave
to find a space at colonnade's...

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Categories: surrey, spanish,
Form: Free verse