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Brick Poems - Poems about Brick

Brick Poems - Examples of all types of poems about brick 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 brick.
Premium Member Into The Divine Light
... When the lemony balm of Sun arises, it's time to bring forth gratitude we are given sight in order to see with our hearts the beauty of life we are given hearts to feel the love that is given......Read More
Categories: brick, appreciation, faith,
Form: Free verse

...The city is dotted in little wooded sanctuaries. One on the corner of Forsyth and Luckie, a pair of twins on Hill St. If you’re lucky sometimes you can glimpse a group of four or more. I know of one......Read More
Categories: brick, city, nature,
Form: Prose Poetry
Second To Last Place
...No one remembers Second to last place No one recalls That name or that face If you ask who came first The crowd yells and cheers If you ask who came last The crowd boos and jeers But the ......Read More
Categories: brick, loneliness,
Form: Rhyme
Man Lying on a Wall - Lowry
...Inspired by the painting by LS Lowry Man Lying on a Wall. The poem makes the most sense when viewed with the painting. I wasn't believed When I told of what I saw Quite simply A man lyi......Read More
Categories: brick, art,
Form: Ekphrasis
...I FEEL NO BILLOW: Obvious smile covering enormous of feelings. Shadows on the wall tells 'bout what could be happening. Self-isolation mobilised for a painstaking decision. Children of destitut......Read More
Categories: brick, beautiful, family, trust,
Form: Lyric

I Ate a Piece of Toast and other tall tales
...Attempting imagery after googling it once This was supposed to be the blurb But it's becoming the poem My measure of success Is getting it right, with minimal effort Because when I try And no......Read More
Categories: brick, writing,
Form: Free verse
They Hide You From Yourself
...Religious dogma, be it any faith, any handed down belief, any once sincere doctrine now has but one purpose and that is to hide God from yourself. By doing so it controls your freedom ......Read More
Categories: brick, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...I looked it up on Google, Read the turgid prose, Did the questionnaire Was very quickly diagnosed. So many things now Suddenly fell into place After a lifetime's experience Of constantly losin......Read More
Categories: brick, happiness, humor, philosophy, psychological,
Form: Rhyme
The prisoner
... Here I reside inside my head where Devil and Demons fear to tread. My imagination is my sanctuary from a world I do not wish to see. Sheltered from a setting repugnant to me. Outside I am in......Read More
Categories: brick, community, conflict, courage, environment,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member To Satisfy an Itch
..."That dog's a menace to the community. I'm taking her to the sheriff to make sure she's destroyed." -- Miss Almira Gulch, a citizen taxed, speaking of a pet ow......Read More
Categories: brick, pain,
Form: Rhyme
Changing Gears
... Sam sung: "A Change Is Gonna Come." So many since then. The politics of pain and gain, all the smashed windows, the struck dumb widows. Mind-works unearthing the terminal. The young riddled ......Read More
Categories: brick, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member 23 Po: The Centre Cannot Hold
...each conversation progressed adding both flourishes and foundation to the architecture of the edifice in which we hoped to eventually light a hearth weather the night's storms from some protru......Read More
Categories: brick, divorce, heartbreak, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Little Gray Filly-Nursery Rhyme
...On a stormy night a baby horse was born. It took many tries to stand on her own. Her mother warmed her and by the morn she could walk in the stable all alone. How proud of her daughter was moth......Read More
Categories: brick, baby, horse,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member DANCE and PRANCE Nursery Rhyme
... DANCE and PRANCE Nursery Rhyme Wearing shiny coat of red terylene Cat sat on brick wall playing violin. Pretty perfect tune, typical feline. Music rhythmic on high pitc......Read More
Categories: brick, 4th grade, animal, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
pieces of me
...Sliding another coffin nail out of sky-blue cardboard, lending yet another piece of myself to a stranger. If giving a gift is giving part of yourself you can find me in the lungs of street perfo......Read More
Categories: brick, life,
Form: Free verse

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