Best Tabard Poems
Below are the all-time best Tabard poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of tabard poems written by PoetrySoup members
Saint George and the Dragon
When I spotted Saint George in a van,
I feared that his horse might be lame.
Or worse, in a Doggomeat can,
when hurt in some chivalric game.
A nod to the Jabberwock
tabard, appreciation, mystery, nonsense,
Along ta derry ga de hance
‘til dawn we sit, amid, astance.
And once the full moon rises on’t
Da mid awhorl doth all we want.
But soon ta...
Following the sunrays
Fables are told today
Only on past golden days
Love is what we’ll make today
Loneliness will be ashamed to stay.
Oasis as longs for rain,
Wacky me to get...
Rustle of lips
tabard, fantasy, hero, longing, love hurts, metaphor,
Paper rustle of your lips
is not needed to her really,
You're a knight, but your heart weeps,
You were brave, why are you thrilling?
You would strip...
The Milliner's Tale
tabard, imagery, literature, loss, mental illness,
Impaired by his tremors
And a troublesome cough,
He turned fur into felt
Before cooling things off.
He drooled once or twice
And grew cold in his bones,