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Best Swang Poems

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


Premium Member Why Suzie Laughed
“Your undies I see,” joked Wong Ling
as his girlfriend swang high on a swing.
Suzie laughed and she laughed,
saying, “You are so daft,
‘cause down there I’m...

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Categories: swang, funny,
Form: Limerick



curvy girl
Don't be intimidated by my curves
my swervy loveliness
my mocha skin glistening in,
the moonlight inviting you in
don't be shy when you see my thigh
how silky and...

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Categories: swang, adventure
Form: ABC
Premium Member Silly Sally
In her skirt, she swang high in the air.

Said her boyfriend: “I see underwear!”

Sally just shook her head

and then laughingly said:

"But I’ve got nothing on...

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Categories: swang, funny,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member JUKE BOX ALLITERATION SENSATION
One fleeting Friday Freda Foster fretted at the frog pond. She  said" This was suppose 
To be my day."
I said yeah, go on. "I've...

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Categories: swang, angst, dance,
Form: Alliteration
Maa-Baap ko bhulna nhi
Bhulo sabhi ko magar maa-baap ko bhulna nhi.
upkaar anganit hai unke, iss baat ko bhulna nhi.

pathar puje kai,tumhare janm ki khatir
pathar bn maa-baap ka dil...

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Categories: swang, cute love, dad, father, mom, mother
Form: Couplet



ENEMY OF LOVE
It seems just like yesterday not even gravity would take me off the earth
But when you took me into your arms, you changed it all

Scenes...

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© liz leppy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swang, i love you, love, love hurts,
Form: Rhyme
Livin in da Shuffle
Chicken wang, chicken wang
Just hangin with my homies...
Eatin some baloney

Freaky thang, freaky thang
Just hangin with my groupie
Eatin something fruited

Orangutan, orangutan
Just hangin in da jungle
Try in...

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Categories: swang, funny, humorous, irony,
Form: I do not know?
The War of No Clothes
At the apex of the world which was where I was created
In the cosmos, I fought for love……..butt naked
I’ve gone where time was only known...

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Categories: swang, loveworld, love, me, time, endurance,
Form: I do not know?
Our Song On The Radio


This was our song on the radio
When we held each other near
We danced and sang 
Kissed and swang
And caught each others tears



You held me close
I...

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Categories: swang, beauty, happiness, humor, music,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Swing In The Oak
The move into the country when...The
Winter cold had already begun, the..Swing
Hanging in the front yard invited......That
Child, to come play, remember how I .Swang
Oh! How much...

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Categories: swang, childhood, family, history
Form: Free verse
Bottled Bird Pops the Cork
This jazz pallete weeps with greed 
for the return of some bebop 
and crooning bleeds.
Neon flagships that lit the night
with saxophones 
and trumpets bright.
This bird...

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Categories: swang, music,
Form: Free verse
Tempus Fugit - Part two
   speaking severe nasal sounds, 
   when exhalation boyhood memory draws
obvious twang – another ace in the hole for bullies –...

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Categories: swang, absence, age, anger, anniversary, birth, birthday,
Form: Ode
Swing
Years ago back from school
We saw our father atop a stool
Trying to fix a plank within the grove
Too delighted we were at this move
We threw...

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Categories: swang, age, allegory, career, celebrity, confidence, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
Hot Summer Days
                        ...

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Categories: swang, america, children, poverty, summer, sunshine,
Form: Couplet
Consumed
Quietly I sat and gazed
As the hissing winds mocked about.
The leaves silently whispered and swayed,
And together swayed with them the trees.
The birds about,flew, sang and...

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Categories: swang, death, death of a friend, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member FRAN THE ORANGUTANG


Fran, the zoo’s favourite orangutang
   Was caught today playing with a boomerang
Later to onlookers she showed her fang 
   As she...

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Categories: swang, adventure, animal, fun, nonsense, silly,
Form: Monorhyme
A jug tale
A zip lining tree makes about as much sense as a robotic hamster. Neurotic neanderthal neon numbers neither neutralise nor nut needed narcotic nymph nights....

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Categories: swang, basketball,
Form: I do not know?
Joseph
Some thrive to be great having never defined what it really means.             ...

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Categories: swang, anxiety, bible, christian, courage, jesus, memory,
Form: Personification
Dead Awake
Hexed window swing devil swang, opening for derelicts that look out a black 
and tortured sky’s howling wind, pain so great that the house creaks...

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Categories: swang, death, horror, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Need Rehab on Cold Slab and More
Need Rehab on Cold Slab

Could be because I became a crab;
What we really need is some rehab;
For while waited;
Was reactivated;
They found us lying on a...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swang, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Monroe The Hero
Monroe's brown eyes
never left the swings
as high as the kids went
as high as they swang
He swam and dove
like a duck, like a boy
his brown fur...

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Categories: swang, me, dog, dog, me,
Form: Free verse
Stand
Summer wearing a coat
Wearing across
 coast to coast
Humble never boast
Double shot on a toast
Eat a slow cooked roast
Lil things what show
Beware a care
Wolfs howls affection
They...

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Categories: swang, fire,
Form: Rhyme
Saddle soap and Mini Skirts
get yo Trick way from the Phunk
she already Phunky enuff!
smoke those cigars
don't forget to puff
This Trick is already
phunky enuff!
Aint no pants able to
contain this Phunk
This...

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Categories: swang, appreciation, baby, beach, beautiful, beauty, bridal
Form: Cowboy
A Tale of a Rohingya
When I saw them burning my paddy field,
I pleaded - DON'T!

When I saw them burning my house,
I pleaded - DON'T!

When they swang my baby into...

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© Sadat Khan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: swang, destiny,
Form: Lyric
The first time I broke my arm
( none fiction)

The very first time I broke my arm
It was done by my older sister dearest Ingrid
I love my sister indeed I do.but we...

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Categories: swang, childhood, memory, truth,
Form: Free verse