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Convertible Car Poems

These Convertible Car poems are examples of Car poems about Convertible. These are the best examples of Car Convertible poems written by international poets.


Premium Member '67 Dreams
I once thought
we would leave Brooklyn
and travel across America
in a chariot.
An awesome, red,
'67 Lincoln convertible, 
with suicide doors.
Radio blasting Jefferson Airplane.
Hair blowing in the wind.
Soaking up the...

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Categories: car, adventure, imagery,



Premium Member Highway One, California

 
Highway One California

Lovely and so cooling, was driving my 
1956 Chevy Bel-Aire ragtop!
Its whitewall tires, its heavenly hubcaps.
Just stunningly gleaming!
That magnificent red and white convertible!
With joys, so profoundly thrilling!


June...

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Categories: car, happiness,

Premium Member Shaking Like a Hummingbird
I was sixteen and a half when my Uncle Bill came
To visit
From Arizona

He was shocked I did not have my license.
She has no car, my...

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Categories: car,

Premium Member red


red convertible
zipping down the highway
sun in the breeze



posted on April 19, 2019...

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Categories: car, freedom, power, red,

Car
Car                       classic
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Categories: car,



Premium Member in convertible


in convertible
hair flying
fleeting summer days



posted on July 15, 2018...

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Categories: car, day, hair, summer,

Premium Member Four boys, One Convertible
Four boys, 
A tan convertible
A warm summers day 
1968

Four boys 
Drove to Missouri
For Fireworks 
Across the state line

One boy 
Threw his cigarette
In the air, it...

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Categories: car, life,

Cubicle to Convertible

Thirty years
stuck in a basement corner cubicle
Now retirement is on a countdown approach
Seems all you can do lately
is dream about that burnt gold convertible
Going from...

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Categories: car, freedom, jobs, space,

Premium Member My Little Red Corvette
Sugar drops and colored gumballs,
An open skyline, an open convertible, and a white ragtop!
Black Perrelis, red caps, and spoked mag-frames,
Pacific Coast Highway, and her stairway...

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© Thomas Hsi  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: adventure, car, for him,

The first poem
The first poem

I am a woman in mid life now.
finding myself pensive and reflective.
Working in my flower garden
on a sunny Sunday morning.
Then a poem pulls...

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© Jude Kyrie  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: age, beautiful, car, life,

Premium Member A Lifetime of Cars
I did not learn to drive until my twenties.
My two poor kids I hauled inside a wagon!
That wagon creaked when filled with groceries!
Fed up, I...

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Categories: car,

Into The Sunset
I have the need to feel free
like I've got nothing to lose,
I just want to get into my
blue convertible and cruise.

I'm growing tired and bored
of...

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Categories: car, freedom, sky, summer,

The Hooptie King
My Dad gave us a car that was
Clean, clean, clean
Yeah it was old but it drove
Like a Cadillac and had a shine like over pressed...

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© Lara Wash  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: car, dad,

Electricity Car-show me the funny part two
I bought a used electric car, and not coz I’ve gone green
For there were better reasons for obtaining that machine.

I figured weekday mornings I could...

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Categories: humorous, car, green, cousin,