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Best Sweatshirt Poems

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


Premium Member two sneakers frayed jeans sweatshirt with hood
two sneakers frayed  jeans sweatshirt with hood
thrown overnight on the floor
waiting lazily just  for 
another chance at glory
and story 
time fame
...

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Categories: sweatshirt, life, youth,
Form: Free verse



Ode to a Shrunken Sweatshirt
It wasn't that she couldn't read
It was just instructions she failed to heed
For on the back was a washing label
100% fact, 0% fable
Perhaps she thought...

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Categories: sweatshirt, funny
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Bird and A Boy

      One day as a boy, I went down to the sea,
   Clambered o'er rocks way out to...

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Categories: sweatshirt, beach, bird, childhood, nature, ocean, soulmate,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Scented Leaves
Crisp ...
You lay like solemn ashes
'Neath glass ... spotless, sacred
Dried to bright hues ...
The shades of her lips in chill autumn air
(Winter, whisp'ring soft)
Edges crimped...

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Categories: sweatshirt, imagery, lost love, memory, nature, soulmate,
Form: Free verse
Slipped Away
Time slipped through my fingers

along with his worn out sweatshirt.

Hundred sunsets followed

the celebrations of my despair .

But not tonight      ...

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Categories: sweatshirt, absence,
Form: Free verse



TOGETHER AT LAST
A thousand sunset nights
Dark shadows on the ground
Can't drown out the light
When you were around
Your voice from back then
Still whispers in my ear 
Girl, you...

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© Lyric Man  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweatshirt, absence, break up, emotions, farewell, heartbroken,
Form: Lyric
A Fire for Warmth
A few hot-orange embers burn low in the fire pit.
Morning has sprung, evident only
In the vague concrete illumination
	of an overcast sky.
Scattered twigs and last night's...

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Categories: sweatshirt, friendship, love, nature, world, fire, fire,
Form: Free verse
When February Feels Like May
When February feels like May
And skies are blue instead of gray,
We flock outdoors, but do not know
Which way our clothing needs to go.

Winter jacket? Much...

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Categories: sweatshirt, february,
Form: Rhyme
A Morning in May
If I were to tell you
Of a Saturday in May,
Of lying in bed as the sun came up
And brightened the room;

If I were to tell...

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© Tom Harris  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweatshirt, feelings, may,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Some People Live The Same Day Every Day
Some people are bored.
I am not.
Some people live the same day every day.
I don’t.
Some people never change their opinions.
I do.
Some people have not picked up...

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Categories: sweatshirt, introspection, life, love,
Form: Free verse
My Father's Boat
A seagull’s cry
Twilight fog deepening
A distant bell gong
The quiet rattle of chord against mast

A partial conversation soon lost
The skiff fading into shadow
A hot mug of...

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Categories: sweatshirt, boat, father, fishing, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member American Wood
In a little ultra Leftist bastion called Berkley
a congregation of American Libertarians came,
it was March 4th and proud patriots marched forth
in solidarity for America's freedoms,
celebrating...

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Categories: sweatshirt, america, courage, history,
Form: Epic
For Your Future
I let me offer you some advice for you. 

Do the things we didn't. 

Take her to the carnival, where you two will ride everything...

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Categories: sweatshirt, cute love, feelings, heart, i love
Form: Ballad
The Thrift Store
The Thrift Store
The thrift store holds relics of time,
Wondering what lives were lived in
the shirts left behind.

A red dress dances on a hanger,
Wondering who danced...

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Categories: sweatshirt, solitude,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Workout
I was working out on the elliptical machine in the gym, feeling good and watching 
the "Calories Burnt" number climb higher and higher.

Then, I noticed...

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© Joe Flach  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: sweatshirt, lifeme, woman, me,
Form: Narrative
She simply said
She Simply Said

I'm no model...
I do have my moments,
When the mid-day sun 
Compliments my masculine mask—marvelously
And my mug is admired
So when I asked her
What does...

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Categories: sweatshirt, devotion, life, love, romance, kiss, giggle,
Form: Free verse
Blast from the Past
I’m many years and miles away
From when I went to school.
Those days are tucked inside my brain
And stay there, as a rule.

But walking on the...

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Categories: sweatshirt, nostalgia, school, graduation, school, high school,
Form: Rhyme
Trevon talk to me Marton
    "Gone to soon",  *gone*...simply trying to get back home from the
convience store. {Trevon Marton} "talk to me, cause there is...

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Categories: sweatshirt, bereavement, black african american, conflict, death
Form: Dramatic Verse
dumpster diving
I threw out all of you
smashed all the CD's
trashed every sweatshirt that smelled of you
ripped up diary pages of admiration
letters and pictures burnt
only ashes that...

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Categories: sweatshirt, absence, feelings, goodbye, heartbroken, i miss
Form: Free verse
the love and lost quartet - part two - first kiss
summer before freshman year
stargazing from the muddy banks
of a class celebratory bonfire
across the roaring river

multiple guitar melodies
competing with the sounds
of joyous screaming and laughter
as well...

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Categories: sweatshirt, first love, universe,
Form: Free verse
Empty Saturday
 Drinking too much and the buzz turns into a sharp ring.  Fist in the back, yelling, unable to understand what all the racket...

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Categories: sweatshirt, addiction, break up, depression, divorce, heartbreak,
Form: Prose Poetry
A Father's Influence
Trailing behind the bunch was Her. One whose equilibrium is so far forward, she trips on
her own breath. Her head was hanging low in self-pity,...

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Categories: sweatshirt,
Form: Prose Poetry
This is good light reading while making rice for lunch

Coffee with white shirt on

Brushing teeth

with black sweatshirt on...

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Categories: sweatshirt, allegory
Form: Free verse
Peanut

In blue jeans and a sweatshirt, 
tousled hair, a cheeky grin, 
she whistles and the birds sing back, 
she puts a load of laundry in....

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Categories: sweatshirt, family,
Form: Quatrain
Peanut

In blue jeans and a sweatshirt, 
tousled hair, a cheeky grin, 
she whistles and the birds sing back, 
she puts a load of laundry in....

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Categories: sweatshirt, childhood, family, uplifting,
Form: Quatrain