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Chapbooks Poems - Poems about Chapbooks

Chapbooks Poems - Examples of all types of poems about chapbooks 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 chapbooks.

Premium Member I Write Because
...Actually, I do not know why I write a poem I started at a very early age and continued, When I was very young, I loved to show-em In adolescence I wrote when in a grim mood. Discove......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, me, passion, poetry, writing,
Form: Quatrain



Premium Member Friends Like Lovely Flowers
... In the years since I came to PoetrySoup, I developed sweet friendships with two poets: Daver Austin and Matthew Amish. Their poems I visited so frequently that we even exchanged chapbooks with ea......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, friendship,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member The Messenger
...The Messenger I watched the clouds of afternoon Gather tempest force; Now, from a cozy shelter View October's raging storm; Watching through rain washed windows Golden oak trees quake Whi......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, autumn, october, storm,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Iceberg
...Iceberg Emanating from below the surface iceberg flotillas in frozen zone-- every shaft a shimmering face, immense, sharp and wind-blown. Obelisk splits arctic horizon--icy bone. Note: Thi......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, earth day, nature,
Form: Rhyme
See
...See by Michael R. Burch See how her hair has thinned: it doesn’t seem like hair at all, but like the airy moult of emus who outraced the wind and left soft plumage in their wake. See how her e......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, age, goodbye, life, loss,
Form: Sonnet



Morning on the Lower East Side
...Walked over to the local tea shop and had a blueberry and a jade green tea The owner and his wife - a nurse(!) were there The owner has some of my poetry chapbooks I traded the last one for a......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, poetry,
Form: Ballad
Various Stages of my Litereary Intresests
...Passed through a period of reading sports novels Passed through a Dreiser, Farrell, Malamud, Baldwin period I am great at dropping names, aren't I ? I've read a lot of poetry and have publis......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, feelings, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
At a Poetry Reading in Brooklyn
...The poets begin to arrive at the diner where readings have been held for over thirty years Men and women young and not so young gather to share their words The readers(incl......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, appreciation, poetry, poets,
Form: Ballad
Writing Workshop
...We were beginning to gather at the "Shut up and Write" workshop on Broadway I brought a couple of chapbooks of my poetry and an article published in a collectibles jo......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, write, writing,
Form: Concrete
Premium Member A Contest Win of Friendship
...A fledgling poet round two thousand three, I found some friends who mentored me; they led me to a site called Shadow Poetry. By mental challenges there, I was fed. I learned to better......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, friend, places, writing,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member JOURNEY COMPANIONS: THE FRIEND SONNETS PART II
... HEROES Near somber guards, units of children heap dead leaves, naive to any else fallen. Friend, you chuckle, but your posture speaks of duty on this day of contradictions. Firefighters b......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, friend, hero, places, poetry,
Form: Sonnet
beyond poetry
...This goes far beyond poetry here I go... snippets of thoughts to words to poetry to hearts touching to smiles reaching eyes I am grateful, I am blessed, for the friendships forme......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, dedication, friendship, thank youpoetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A: FIVE
...Chapbooks by design- arty posters with illustrations so sublimeWiliam H Bradley (1868-1962) of US Art Nouveau fame http://www.willbradley.com http://www.willbradley.comhttp://www.nga.gov/fe......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, art
Form: ekphrasis
the poets
...Poets are real vampires. They will sink their fangs in your carotid artery If you don't buy their chapbooks; Poets are real vampires. They will suck your fresh tomato juice If you don't liste......Read More
Categories: chapbooks, funny
Form: I do not know?