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Best Tailpipe Poems

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


CARS
As just-hitched kids, we drove 
a Model T Ford with a crank 
for the engine, and a running 
board.  My big brother sold us...

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© Nola Perez  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailpipe,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Snazziest Wheels In Town
The very first automobile that I ever owned,
Was a 1937 Ford sedan that was many times preowned!
I bought it when I was a junior in...

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Categories: tailpipe, funny, teen, me, me, high school,
Form: Rhyme
While Waiting for a Stoplight
litter of leaves by the side of the road,
yellowing paper, soggy with last night’s
beer, spilled from a bottle thrown
from a car and smashed in the...

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Categories: tailpipe, life, on work and working, places,
Form: Free verse
A Fatal Mistake
A father went to clean his car,
All covered up in snow.
For company, he had his son,
Eleven years, in tow.

The temperature was freezing
So the dad thought...

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Categories: tailpipe, life, sad, father, father,
Form: Rhyme
long may she run
you tell me that I need blue jeans
cause the tailpipe gets so hot
you say I need to wear leather boots
in case we should go down
you...

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© Jo Bien  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailpipe, loveme, me,
Form: Free verse



In love with a Rolls-Royce
(This is a fictional poem)

A man fell in love with his brand new Rolls-Royce.
But he soon made a very bad choice.
He thought kissing a car...

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Categories: tailpipe, art, funny, on writing and words,
Form: I do not know?
Mistletoe Lane
I used to get mistletoe 
Each and every year
Lost the man who brought to me
But I knew it had to be near.

Load up the kids
In...

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Categories: tailpipe, family, places, seasons,
Form: Bio
American Idle
The lazy consciences
of the long yawn, credulity class
work so hard
to be an American Idle

“Care less” is their toga motto

You gotta have Roman candle aspiration
Pleb effigy...

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Categories: tailpipe, allegory, metaphor, philosophy, work,
Form: Epic