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Bottom Poems - Poems about Bottom

Bottom Poems - Examples of all types of poems about bottom 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 bottom.
From Tide Rolled Over on Side Horn Haik
...when how hard I tried there was changing of the tide bod I have spied what I heard some say body had been washed away on bottom now does lay......Read More
Categories: bottom, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku

The Naked Truth
...You have spent a decade and a half in a foreign land looking for something that you couldn’t understand; you have worn the vest and the gown and use the weak to spread rumours in the street. And......Read More
Categories: bottom, betrayal, birth, business, heartbreak,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member BELLS
... From the smallest of handbells to bells that are heavy, bells of all types make a large bevy. Small bells are often the tinkling kind like decorative ones in some stores we find. There are ......Read More
Categories: bottom, analogy,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Immensities
... "The Immensities" I shut out the world and inside me the deep azurine blue jumbled pieces of unread hues between the boundaries of the lost world within me......Read More
Categories: bottom, muse,
Form: Narrative
My Valley
...My Valley Tucked away in the north-central part of the state, about ten miles or so from where the clear and slow-moving water of the Grand River mixes with the quickly rolling mud of the Missouri......Read More
Categories: bottom, poetry,
Form: Haibun

Bottom of Pile on Trial Horn Haiku
...When bottom of pile there are those who are on trial this has been our style ......Read More
Categories: bottom, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
At The End
...the rusty necklace which was thrown into the sea the wilted roses that lose the petals each day the torn bouquet wrapper in the dustbin a dusty photo at the bottom of the pile the foolish d......Read More
Categories: bottom, appreciation, blessing, depression, fate,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Gratitude
...("Citadel of Light Merit Badge" #67, 2016, original pen and ink) Gratitude The first noble truth of this world is that life is full of suffering - even when we think it’s pleasurable –......Read More
Categories: bottom, appreciation, life, psychological, spiritual,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member wet pavement
...rain dust and oil mixed carried on bottom of shoes tracked all through the house......Read More
Categories: bottom, rain,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Face-To-Face -SHM
...We live in a technological time where magic is more plausible than not. All seems possible in this paradigm, including self-expression and free thought. We've traveled to the bottom of the sea ......Read More
Categories: bottom, anxiety, change, computer, feelings,
Form: Sonnet
...Are they electric curtains Or simply strobe lights? Shining beams upon The bottom crimson creases. Who knows because regardless, Two beautiful voices Continue to awe us. An audience so appreci......Read More
Categories: bottom, music,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Emmas Smile
...Emma’s Smile He picked her up the other day And from the window, peeking out of the blinds, I watched them traipse down the driveway Practically skipping, arms around each other, Happiness b......Read More
Categories: bottom, daughter, first love,
Form: Free verse
...Eternity is like a puddle. That is muddy. Sometimes, we are frozen. We are frozen pebbles at the bottom of a puddle. Sometimes, pebbles get washed. Sometimes, pebbles get washed away. ......Read More
Categories: bottom, desire, fate,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Pipe Lines of Kaimu: Much Ado About Poi
...Welcome to a typical 'Luau' spread. The first thing that is best to learn is the Hawaiian word, 'ono', which means, delicious. It's a word bandied about before and after food goes in your mou......Read More
Categories: bottom, allusion, analogy, appreciation, culture,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Eyecandy
...I’m not afraid of rejection I’m afraid of the phoenix that will rise from my spine with the threat of treason Suppress the flame and walk away Use your once tempted fingers to point yourself in......Read More
Categories: bottom, anger, emotions, extended metaphor,
Form: Free verse

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