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Best Tailor Poems

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


Premium Member Clyde The Tailor
There was once a village tailor named Clyde

   Who was known for his misfits though he tried.

      He...

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Categories: tailor, humorous,
Form: Limerick



From There To Here.
As you ponder each turn that has landed you here,
taut tempo will quicken and frail futures loom near.
Take one somber moment, step away from the...

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Categories: tailor, introspection, life, philosophytime,
Form: Quatrain
created this smile for you
I created this smile for you
Tailor made to make you blush
Tailor made to make you have a youthful crush
When embarrassed, it comes just to make...

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Categories: tailor, lovesmile,
Form: Rhyme
Who's Who
Who's who in the New York Zoo? 
Said the clown with a funny face.
Many different cultures.
Within the human race.
Who's who in the New York Zoo?...

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Categories: tailor, city, culture, new york,
Form: Free verse
Looking For Old Souls
People watching today at the optometrist                   ...

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Categories: tailor, introspection,
Form: Free verse



nature of things
Life is dying in a soul;
And the soul is the vault of life 
Hope is killed by a goal;
And the goal is holding the knife.

What’s...

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Categories: tailor, depression, philosophylife, sleep,
Form: I do not know?
Missing The Fun

One late evening
In front of the mirror
Finding myself talking to me
I said - 
Do not be fussy
I know the shadows are lengthening 
The night approaches...

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Categories: tailor, dream,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member for you the life
good morning of day
tailor birds chirping out my window
mild breeze flowing

dawn of the white diamond
golden sunshine from the far sky
a piece of your smiling

fair and...

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Categories: tailor, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Today There Are No Eyes On Me
Today there are no eyes on me,
a puzzling curiosity!
Whilst riding through the town most days
so many eyes are wont to gaze -

admirers of my fine...

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© John Watt  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, history, horse,
Form: Rhyme
True Neighbor
Many days have we lived together,
O John, the chief cook!
I am weary of hunger,
And you have food and water.
Are you truly my neighbor?
Then give me...

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© Tesem Agee  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, best friend, brother, caregiving, christian, friendship,
Form: Pastoral
Premium Member Spontaneity
Why should the mimic apologize? 
Where are the cupboards?
Where are the wages?
Where is the tailor? I had
no use for algebra, I knew it-
in as much...

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Categories: tailor, adventure, dream, fire, memory, people, places,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Translation of Dante's Hell CANTO XV
Now we along one of hard rims are brought;
And a thin spray on the  brook is fixed, 
So shield to rims and water is...

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Categories: tailor, fantasy,
Form: Terza Rima
The Dressmaker
The Dressmaker

A woman with overflowing kindness, patience and vigor
All- in-one: a dressmaker, sewer and a tailor
Devoted herself unselfishly to her family and neighbors
Her endurance and...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, dedication, endurance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Blind Date
Blind Date

Lonely for so long now
so excited I can't wait!
My best friend had set me up
with someone on a date.

I showed up a little early
to...

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Categories: tailor, allusion, crazy, fantasy, funny, humor, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
A long Night
Barking dogs echo beyond the doors of the pitch black night.Mysteries of the anxious dark buried deep in the heart of villains playing rock and...

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Categories: tailor, business, evil, heart, night, people, seasons,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Premium Member Unquotable quotes - I
Unquotable quotes - I

A friend in need is the goon who stokes your greed.
A journey of a thousand miles ends with the last broken step.
Don’t...

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© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, humor,
Form: Epigram
Bound to the street
Ragged and funny 
In dire need of money
I bruise the pot-holed streets of the city
Maiming the waste-filled alleys and dirty
Daily I play hide and seek...

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Categories: tailor, depression, sad, son, song-cry, history,
Form: Blank verse
tropical topical
Taming a tropical topical tree? Taking a trunk? Telling a tailor? Traversing a tale? Many ideas. Much like the ideological dramas of a beach front....

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Categories: tailor, absence, allah, angel, beach,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Functional Psychopaths
There are “functional psychopaths” among us,
different from their murderous counterparts
who use their detached, unflinching and charismatic personalities
to succeed in mainstream society,
and in some fields of...

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Categories: tailor, people,
Form: Rhyme
Santas' Gears
Christmas is in the air,
Santa is getting prepared,
Trying to fit into last years suit feels weird,
A little more weight that's what I feared,
Trying to get...

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Categories: tailor, fantasy, funny, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Loving The Night--SF
Darkness seems to grow so quickly
in the wooded garden of night.
Scattered breezes like fairy wings;
moonlight peeping towards the earth
dusting the trees in silhouette.
On the winds...

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© Deb Wilson  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, love, night, passion,
Form: Free verse
PANTS TOO LONG
PANTS TOO LONG*

I'm just a little short guy
and sometimes I don't fit
Not into society but 
into the clothes I buy, to wit:

Shirt sleeves come in...

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Categories: tailor, funny, clothes,
Form: Light Verse
Speaking in Tongues in Malaysia
Ho, ho, ho! 

There is this well written article, the link which I gladly give down below,
It is a most beautifully written anecdote of a...

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Categories: tailor, beauty, community, confusion, crazy, happy, humorous,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Long Live The Sillies Revisited


A skeleton walks into a bar and says
“Gimme a beer and a mop”
Show me where Joseph Stalin is buried
And I'll show you a communist plot

My...

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Categories: tailor, humorous,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member The tree
The tree
That “Britches” Sees 
1-21-2012

During the frigid night
Hoarfrost has embraced her branches
As a tight fitting tunic, 
Tailor made, just for her.

Night Wind’s chaffing bite 
Has...

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© Tom Wright  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, nature,
Form: Free verse