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Booth Poems - Poems about Booth

Booth Poems - Examples of all types of poems about booth to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for booth.
The Deal 6
...Arlis was amazed steam was not coming off as he rode off in the rain burning with shame.Suzanne looked shell shocked by his long awaited arrival and sudden departure.And Francie looked at him hotly a......Read More
Categories: booth, conflict, history,
Form: Free verse



Lassie
...Sitting at McDonald's at a table up from an old guy in painter attire taking his lunch break. Wolfing down his food he talked on his phone all the while .As he commented about his day and asked abo......Read More
Categories: booth, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Strained to Hear More
...Bodies are always turning up in the bayou. I stopped scarfing down my sandwich. My ears perked up. I wondered what he meant. He must have been sitting behind me in the next booth. The waitress ......Read More
Categories: booth, life,
Form: Narrative
JILTED LOVER
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Categories: booth, depression, feelings, hurt, sad
Form: Acrostic
A Corner Booth and Eggs Benedict
...Villanelle L Milton Hankins Aug 18th, 2022 A Corner Booth and Eggs Benedict The mood needs to be just right Candles lit and flowers placed p......Read More
Categories: booth, appreciation, celebration, destiny, fate,
Form: Villanelle



Premium Member The Crime of the Clock
...The Crime of the Clock David J Walker Only now do I know The name of my youth Printed on tablets of stone A suspicious truth Laced in vermouth the creative slaves And the innocent nave......Read More
Categories: booth, allegory, time,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Last Chance Cafe
...I entered Last Chance Café feeling quite a bit leery. How would I get my life answers in a place this dreary? Welcome to Last Chance! The waitress said with mirth. She wore at least eleven hundred......Read More
Categories: booth, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Chants in a Breakfast Diner
... The door rings I look up then back to my eggs and hash browns. The door rings I look up nobody I know, my first time here why should I know anyone! Back to the eggs. Two sunny-side-u......Read More
Categories: booth, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Almost Accused of Murder
...It is not the kind of conversation that is exigent to the circumstances. When questioned, we could have feigned its importance, but why? It was a superfluous conversation, and no one should have as......Read More
Categories: booth, words,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Because I Got Involved - PART 1 of 2
...Ducking into Nell’s Cafe’ to grab a noon-hour snack, I noticed, sitting quietly in a distant corner booth, A little girl that checked the entire list of common features, including totally trusting e......Read More
Categories: booth, inspirational,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Too far gone
... Too far gone it seems, heart's deluded dreams, distanced from the truth, caged in ego's booth. The rot's sunk in deep, fears and desires seep, as a dark spiral, that has gone ......Read More
Categories: booth, spiritual,
Form: Jueju
Freedom Rings
...Freedom Holds The Key ( Dedicated To Americans (All Who Still Believe) Freedom is a precious gift Given from above Cherish it with all your heart And always share your love We are stil......Read More
Categories: booth, appreciation, birthday, celebration, dedication,
Form: Free verse
Trifolium pollinated courtesy bombus
...Trifolium pollinated courtesy bombus Before landscapers mow swaths across undulating waves of clover (the father/daughter team usually cut grass every Tuesday) bumblebees alight from one to an......Read More
Categories: booth, 12th grade, appreciation, beautiful,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Would it Seem Odd
...I am in a restaurant booth alone, reading. A happy voice uplifts. "Found a snake in my bed, just a little one. A garter snake". I stop reading and listen. They are in the next booth. Her friend......Read More
Categories: booth, 12th grade, women,
Form: Free verse
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...This hug gust aspiring writer..., albeit youth fool looking imp posse Hubble wordsmith, (i.e. the babbling dad) coon sitters hyperbole nsync as acceptable literary playfulness, no matter figurati......Read More
Categories: booth, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme

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