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Best Taco Poems

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


Taco Shells
Taco shells are made of yellow corn meal.
They are tasty and crunchy, and usually a good deal.
You can stuff them with ground beef, chicken, or...

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Categories: taco, food, spanish,
Form: Light Verse



Taco Taco
Taco Taco
______________________

I like tacos ,
nice and crunchy
sometimes for supper
and even lunchy.

Filled with beef,
tomato, cheese and lettuce
mexican food
my tummies fetish.



8/16/14- Jessica Thompson


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Categories: taco, food, funny,
Form: Rhyme
Goodbye, My Pepe Taco
Ah, Pepe!   My Pepe-Taco !     My Little One!           ...

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Categories: taco, animals, loss, pets, blue, me,
Form: Epitaph
Taco (Totally randomness)
Tacos are a delight
I think I want one tonight
Something crunchy to eat
Nothing sugarly just hamburger meat

Not just one, I want a whole bunch
For breakfast, dinner,...

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© Jessica K  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taco,
Form: I do not know?
Burrito Taco
Burrito Taco

Spice me up right now 
My blankets burrito me
Sizzlin' on the pan 

- A Senryu written by J W Earnings aka me...

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Categories: taco, desire, fun,
Form: Senryu



Premium Member Food Inglorious Food
Be it known as convenience food, junk food or munchies;
whether spicy, melt-in-your-mouth soft, or crunchy,
food, inglorious food, seduces with ease
and ensnares with the emptiest of...

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Categories: taco, food,
Form: Couplet
Yo Parents So Strict
My curfew according to my mom is, “before the sun goes down!”
She never gives me the time to meet with friends and hang around
My dad...

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© Anna Lee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taco, childhood, humor, metaphor, mom, satire, teenage,
Form: Free verse
Lost myself in Mexico
Well, I jumped across the earth to the other side
and found myself in a place called Mexico
I wanted to home so I told them lies
about...

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Categories: taco, adventurehome, home,
Form: Free verse
ROCKY
each of us is naked inside our clothes left as a tender rose as you suppose
an untimely gift so you get my drift in a...

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Categories: taco, appreciation, art, rap,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Eating Tacos


Ever try eating a Soft Taco Supreme
And not appear like a glutton
With stuff squirting out all over yourself
Down to your old bellybutton

It's all about this...

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Categories: taco, food, humor,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member A Dream With Dragon
I had a Dream with Dragon in it, yes, just this morning, yes, today!
And the Dreams that linger, that I recall, are usually bad, I’m...

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Categories: taco, adventure, dream, fun, funny, humor, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Basic Fun
Time has changed my life in many ways
I never eat fast food, yet seek out a quiet place
but, the best date I have had in...

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Categories: taco, happiness, fun, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Dieting
Dieting

sure enough
lost five pounds the first week
no money back
no money back the next 51 either
dr.slim getting rich

cold turkey
the only way to go on a diet
yes...

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Categories: taco, humorous,
Form: Tanka
Trinbago massive
Trinbago massive


A lady in America asking me
To tell her something bout Trinidad
She planning a vacation soon
And want to go there real bad

She wants to hear...

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Categories: taco, adventure, holiday, introspection, nature, beautiful, beautiful,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Ode To Junk Food
I doff my fedora to the feller who invented pertater chips!
That genius developed the ideal thingy in which to immerse our dips!
How could we survive...

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Categories: taco, food
Form: Rhyme
What would Jesus buy?
I don't drain my bank account each and every Christmas
Only the ones who are close to me are on my short list
I get bombarded by...

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Categories: taco, holidayme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member To Gregory Pardlo, Pulitzer Prize Winner
As soon as I heard 
You were the First African American Male
To win the Pulitzer prize for Poetry
I wanted to run out and celebrate
I wanted...

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© Poet M.e.  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taco, assonance, black african american, books, muse,
Form: Rhyme
I'm Pajammin'
It all started in kindergarten with cowboys on them
Next came Smokey and the Bandit's Trans Am
Collected a pair Doris Day once wore
Took a pair from...

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Categories: taco, funnynight, night, time, kindergarten,
Form: I do not know?
Springtime
Snowy white grounds fade with the sun
Time to go out and find all the fun
The playground is busy with everyone out
The flowers all pretty are...

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Categories: taco, innocence, spring, weather,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Sonora Dinamita
Explosive bailando
Curves and smiles
Killing the hearts of the naive
Enticing embraces entwined Mexican graces

Acambaroooooooooooooo
Vive los mortes
Vive los suenos
Vive los ninos

Did they die in peace
Or for a...

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Categories: taco, art, beauty, death, international, loss, obituary,
Form: Free verse
one of THOSE days
I woke up that morning in the usual way,
stretching and yawning, ready to start the day...
but for some reason today
feeling a sense of dread…
Because I...

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Categories: taco, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Joshua Tree
We went headlong into Joshua Tree,
      the four of us.

Flower maps, Del Taco stops, cigarette butts, and Steel Kettle
 ...

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Categories: taco, adventure, nature, placesvoice, voice,
Form: Free verse
Balloons, Cats, Drinks Except the Curry
better to be back in black
said Brett Boe
Coca-Cola for coy cat
replied Carla Coe
draw the duck down in dew
whispered Donna Doe
fries feed feisty firebugs
claims Frankie Foe
good...

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Categories: taco, surreal, word play,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Can You Trump That
A narcissist named Donald Trump
Could make his thoughts hop, skip and jump
    While he grabbed female glands
    With his...

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© Roy Jerden  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: taco, political,
Form: Limerick
Written In Beige
Written In Beige

Against the bleak bank wall he leans
as the sidewalk moves sideways
across his tangential thoughts.
People pass, the dull parade,
the money-grubbers and hoarders
in their shiny...

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Categories: taco, identity, metaphor, tribute,
Form: Ekphrasis