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Camp Poems - Poems about Camp

Camp Poems - Examples of all types of poems about camp 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 camp.
War Jargon
... Some say, “he took a life,” or many lives, some say it that way and do not call it what it is. Where would we take that life anyway, and it we took it away what would we do with it? Imag......Read More
Categories: camp, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Head In A Box
... I find that if I cut a lens-size hole in a cardboard box then place that box over my head at night, the stars form new constellations; strangely, they can jump time and space to shine within ......Read More
Categories: camp, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member THE DRILL
...THE DRILL Arrive with boots. The march early or late. The rose-fed cheeks. The eyes are green - new leaves. The cadence call. No turning back. Blank slate. New beginnings. In adventures, believ......Read More
Categories: camp, military,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member The Sole Thing of Real Value --
...and the Wisdom To Know It Prior to Graduating Kindergarten "Most adults -- and even a few intellectuals -- know their numbers, but they cannot add 1 + 1." -- Basic Wisdom 101 still she......Read More
Categories: camp, pain,
Form: Couplet
The Tragedy of Reginald King, Part II
...II. Now Reg was good at pressing flesh, always had a gift for the gab, in twenty minutes the locals treated him like the best friend they had. He bought some drinks, but not too much, did not......Read More
Categories: camp, history, lost, love, myth,
Form: Cowboy Poetry

With Those I Love
...Of all the moments I've lived through, There's one memory that always shines through. A day of pure joy and happiness, A day that fills me with nothing but gladness. It was a summer's day, warm......Read More
Categories: camp, family, friendship, friendship love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Do We Have a Deal
...Bike with me down roads that lead to somewhere Though we don't know where We'll set up camp in copses of trees at dusk Hidden out of view Alone just me and you A billion stars to light a path t......Read More
Categories: camp, adventure, cute love, for
Form: Rhyme
The Rental
...My mule is intelligent, and it loves me. perhaps it loves everybody, it's a rental. I need a shot of confidence. The mule rests its head on my shoulder. It's a well-travelled track but toda......Read More
Categories: camp, poetry,
Form: Free verse
...Hey lady, memaw. Boy do I have a lot of questions for you. Questions like what's your favorite color? Who's your favorite band? I know you love your rock music. I know you liked Freddy Mercury. Now i......Read More
Categories: camp, death, deep, family, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Onions
...The old church lay in ruins, left to languish in time. He was sitting on the grave talking to Sergeant R Johnston. Well, I suppose you want an update on the war. Let me see now, where do I begin. ......Read More
Categories: camp, death, humor, soldier,
Form: Free verse
Each Oggle deserves a hoggle
... In the dark of the night, when all are sleeping, out of sight, the Oggles come out to play. For they love to flirt, in the rubbish and the dirt, a curious courtial display. ......Read More
Categories: camp, analogy, anti bullying, care,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Arrival of the Crow Oldster
...He flew in from the east not ominous by itself, I will abide. however, our fierce opponents in battle were terrified. They had heard of the crow oldster, spread by my brothers. His wing span was t......Read More
Categories: camp, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Watching love affairs like spies
...Folks watching love affairs like spies, All the scenes picked: sugared pies. They capture the whole truth through lies, Before the end of it truth flies! But wait: why? Again, I ask 'why?' The......Read More
Categories: camp, allusion, evil, jealousy, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Part 1 Josiah Pritchards Letter to his Wife
... Valley Forge February, 1777 Dearest wife, if a darker hour were elsewhere, I would count my present plight far differently & be of a less dark mind. It is now near to midnight. A......Read More
Categories: camp, history,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Ode to our cat Tom
...I know I should apologise but I ponder at my fault I truly thought that every cat had abilities to vault Most other times he ran away when I backed out of the drive I mean it's only natural a cat'......Read More
Categories: camp, cat,
Form: Rhyme

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