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Bore Poems - Poems about Bore

Bore Poems - Examples of all types of poems about bore 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 bore.
Premium Member Circling Vultures
...or A Midsummer Night's Macbethical-Hamletical-Othelloical-King Learical Mock Epic by the anonymous American Bard "Lord, what fools these wannabe bards be!" ......Read More
Categories: bore, truth,
Form: Lyric



Pretty Polly
...Say goodbye to Pretty Polly The lass from the Co-op store She went and joined the Army And they sent her off to War Off to far Afghanistan To set the people free Pretty Polly’s was blown up ......Read More
Categories: bore, anger, conflict, memorial, military,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sadly I Can't Remember
...Sadly, I can't remember the last words she spoke to me before passing last December in quiet reverie. We visited with open hearts as she bore her very soul yet never pressing from her sweet ......Read More
Categories: bore, death, memory, mother son,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fancy Conquers All
...or A Midsummer Night's Macbethical-Hamletical-Othelloical-King Learical Mock Epic by the anonymous American Bard "Lord, what fools these wannabe bards be!" ......Read More
Categories: bore, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member And That Was When Part 6
...And That Was When Part 6 And so you often enjoyed The long strange years imprisoned In Life and Time, Especially the new ones you brought in, To relive the perfection you once knew. And th......Read More
Categories: bore, death, deep, introspection, psychological,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member And That Was When Part 5
... And That Was When Part 5 You slowly woke, The time that went before receding Like the tide drawing back from the shore To a new world of confu......Read More
Categories: bore, death, deep, visionary,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member winters
... weekends too i get up early put my clothes on in the black cold and with arthritic hands that hurt my mother care for in her final years her being senile yet a child again some seventy odd y......Read More
Categories: bore, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Thoughts I've Been Pondering
...Several things I've been pondering for a while, None of them have given me reason to smile. but I'll only reference two of them for now... Those I've included leave me with furrowed brow. ......Read More
Categories: bore, perspective,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member immaculate
... Cover this stained façade with my tears Streaking in rust down this immortal skin I see the ravens fire rise rocket into the dark sky Thunder resounds at its dark core Rusted as feudal ......Read More
Categories: bore, allegory, allusion, animal, art,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member On His 10th Birthday
...Child of sun and light - child of isle and sea, the moon and stars to my earthly travail - his the taken road, the unmapped journey, his the unwritten Oscarian tale! When beyond Olympus t......Read More
Categories: bore, birthday, son,
Form: Sonnet
ABC of my life in art
...ABC of my life in art Zealous is how I'll describe myself saying, You never truly know your limits till you set them. Xenial they'd say over the years I started poetry Writing yet no one cares......Read More
Categories: bore, emotions, growing up, history,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Dictum Dichotomy
...Amulet graced by gems clad for stratum prow tawny glyphs margin of witticism & quagmire extravagant dictum trivialize shores trails summer ousted & waves of wrangles sundered t......Read More
Categories: bore, analogy, dedication, humanity, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Vultures Circling
...or A Midsummer Night's Macbethical-Hamletical-Othelloical-King Learical Mock Epic by the anonymous American Bard "Lord, what fools these wannabe bards be!" ......Read More
Categories: bore, truth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lexington and Concord I
...Beneath the balance due to persevere, the taste of freedom bears a levy’s yoke, the sweeter spoils that feed a new frontier, upon the price of independence, choke. The sorghum syrups, rendered i......Read More
Categories: bore, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Lexington and Concord II
...Their burdens shared combined in due accord and thus, a resolution came to be A delegation gathered in concord to unify dissention through decree. No more shall be your ordinance obeyed for taxe......Read More
Categories: bore, war,
Form: Crown of Sonnets

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