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Best Tablecloths Poems

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


Premium Member Can you believe that a poet would write this

What do you do with a fried lemon sandwich
when lavender leaves have messed up its hair
How to you cut it in two equal pieces
while no...

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Categories: tablecloths, humorous, love,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member No one else exists

No one else exists 

A crowded city street
strolling a narrow sidewalk,
your hand in mine
Pastel neon lights paint the buildings
in soothing colors,
softening sharp edges,
creating a wonderland...

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Categories: tablecloths, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Without Hue
Without Hue

WHITE
a sign in all caps meaning
forbidden
first class
clean and more importantly correct.
Bedsheets and tablecloths
flowing in the night 
with madness most great
slowly blanketing the world’s peoples
in...

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Categories: tablecloths, color, race,
Form: Free verse
My Monster
My Monster

Every week on Good Friday I get restless
Palpitations rise for my week end disasters
A monster boldly barges into my silent abode
Depriving me of my...

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Categories: tablecloths, art, child, color, nursery rhyme, onomatopoeia,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member The Original Ozark Cafe
  (in John Deere green)

The décor paid tribute to an American icon,
a way of life that built this land.
Did the owner's ancestors farm nearby,
his...

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© Cona Adams  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tablecloths, america, farm, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative



Granny's Legacy
Her home was my escape
It was an awesome retreat
Full of wonders and surprises
Green glass and old lace
Cut glass and fireplace
A real ticking clock
Fresh laid eggs...

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Categories: tablecloths, family, grandmother, inspiration, inspirational, memory,
Form: Free verse
Pom-pom man
Glimpses I caught between the swishing traffic 
on that sidewalk in cold rain and colder wind 
and a cast-off Cleveland Browns windbreaker: a man 
tottering...

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Categories: tablecloths, imagination, visionary,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member A Bunch Of Silly Trivia


At the closest point, Russia and the U.S.
Are less than two miles apart
If an altercation breaks out between them
Using bikes instead of tanks would be...

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Categories: tablecloths, silly,
Form: Rhyme
Time To Clean House
It's been covered 
by that christmas tablecloth 
for years.
You remember... 
the one with the large poinsettia pattern 
directly in the middle, 
with the cranberry stains...

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© Mary Nagy  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tablecloths, hope, inspirational, life, nature, nostalgia, people,
Form: Free verse
Our Saviour
Lacy tablecloths
Sweet music
Red ornamental vestments
Gold tapers flickering
Red bound book
A sip of wine
White cowl on red
Bowed heads, folded hands
Ruby wine sipped from chalice
Folded white linen napkin
Genuflecting...

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Categories: tablecloths, allegory, devotion, faith, inspirational, introspection, philosophy,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Last Vestiges Of Light
Gilded rays electroplate the Moon
intensifying Her golden glow.
And She simmers like a gold doubloon
in a creek where rippled waters flow.

When sunbeams form Her halo it's...

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Categories: tablecloths, beautiful, dark, imagery, imagination, night,
Form: Quatrain
Wrinkly
When wrinkles settle in the skin
There's not much you can do,
For even Botox rarely makes
Your skin look smooth and new.

But when your clothes or tablecloths
Get...

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Categories: tablecloths, clothes, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member HERE COME THE HUNGARIANS
HERE COMES THE HUNGARIANS

A sign hangs like a star upon a building:
“HERE COME THE HUNGARIANS”
Delicious dishes that will please
The American and European palate.

My sisters on...

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Categories: tablecloths, food,
Form: Free verse
Funny Kids Love Lucy
Funny Kids Love Lucy

A few inches pup lay comfortably in
In my tiny daughter's palm
Wooly and cuddled a sweet polka dot
A  gift from my sister...

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Categories: tablecloths, best friend, dog, children, girl, happiness,
Form: Light Verse
An Afternoon at the Art Gallery
Buildings reflecting buildings; surrounded
by a dull murmur of conversation
held over neutral jazz easily ignored;
the din punctuated by angry horns

Dappled sunlight peeking
past the towering concrete giants
as...

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Categories: tablecloths, introspection, people, places
Form: Free verse
Saturday Story
Cabbage grew ears in a silver basin. How rare! Wow! Exclusive is extremely experienced erotic erogenous errors but tremors can often be counted in the...

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Categories: tablecloths, allegory, allusion, animal, anniversary,
Form: I do not know?
Black Lace


The drinks were brought before us,
The rusty pretzels dangle,
Tonight we were exquisitely attired,
Long silk threads and spangles!

Tablecloths in toasty ecru,
Flowers floating in water,
Candle holders lending...

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Categories: tablecloths, appreciation, beauty, celebration, night, sensual,
Form: Quatrain
The Five and Ten
When I was growing up in Brooklyn,
Which was way back when,
We’d always get just what we needed
In the Five and Ten:

Cosmetics, stockings, pots and pans,
Greeting...

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Categories: tablecloths, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SOLOGOMY
SOLOGOMY

singleness took the lonely road
she’s gathering snow white roses
and dyed her flesh vanilla cream
she invites chocolate-dipped berries
and decorates with dove-white tablecloths
she wears a sparkling diamond
almost...

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Categories: tablecloths, confusion,
Form: Free verse
My Grandma's Tablecloth
My grandma did embroidery
And several things she did for me.
Her tablecloths (I have a few)
On holidays must get their due.

Each cross-stitch, sewn by her own...

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Categories: tablecloths, grandmother,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Holy Gust
Fresh from Pentecost, our celebration
moved to lunch in the Rectory garden,
with views to the coast, for inspiration.
Spread on tablecloths we'd hardly begun
the quiche, ham, tomatoes,...

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Categories: tablecloths, humor, religion, wind,
Form: Sonnet
Visitors
How can a house be cold in summer's love
Yet gardens grow and puddles disappear
Inside the walls of frost which I speak of
I live unconscious of...

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Categories: tablecloths, confusion, death, mystery, memory, cry, memory,
Form: Rhyme royal
The combustion of combinations
the combustion of combinations of created

An angle of a candle in a demi flux should not be mistaken for tooth floss, cherry pickers, or ironing...

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Categories: tablecloths, adventure, , cute,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Some Trivia

At the closest point, Russia and the U.S.
Are less than two miles apart
If an altercation breaks out between them
Using bikes instead of tanks would be...

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Categories: tablecloths, fun,
Form: Rhyme
NEWS
An antelope chats to a bean burger on the destination for the butter beans on the train. But trainers were not allowed in a hallowed...

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Categories: tablecloths, abuse, allah, angel, anger,
Form: I do not know?