Chee Poems | Examples of Chee Poetry

Chee Poems. Below are examples of poems about chee. This list of poetry about chee is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of chee poetry. This list of works about chee is a great resource for examples of chee poems and show how to write poems about chee. Definitions may be included where appropriate.


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Premium Member Poem The Birds Come In Caren Krutsinger Free verse chee, bird,
Premium Member Poem Apache Cry Leanne Lovejoy-Burton Free verse chee, courage, discrimination, freedom, identity,
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Premium Member Poem JUST FOR YOU 23 Leon Enriquez Quatrain chee, celebration,
Premium Member Poem A night in Venice John Hamilton Terza Rima chee, desire, night, passion, romantic,
Premium Member Poem A Swallows Tears Debbie Guzzi Sonnet chee, addiction, suicide,
Premium Member Poem Beauty of Birds Dear Heart a.k.a. Broken Wings Haibun chee, bird, nature,
Aaeen-e-jafa unka samjhe the na ham pahle Akhtar Muslimi Ghazal chee, urdu,
Nap Time Music Reason A. Poteet Free verse chee, sleep,
Griga Christmas cheer Lally Nunez Chant Royal chee, celebration, childhood, christmas,
Kim-chee Robert Pettit Sijo chee, food,

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Who dares to take this life from me,Knows no better: Parts Three and Four
by T Wignesan
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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: chee, political, rain, rain,

My Darling Pinkee
by Gary Fields


Profile:
Name: Pinkee
Alias: Alias the Pinkster
Likes: Game's, Sponge Bob, Dancing
Height: Midget
WT:  35 lbs.
Age: only four (04)
Education: Smart as a Whip
Claim to fame:  feel's no...

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Ode | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: chee, caregiving, childhood, family, children,

Watermelon Kim Chee
by Fritz Purdum
Summer meant my mother's watermelon kim chee
Hot and sweet a treat to eat with rice of white
From the white flesh of the melon rind a...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: chee, food

What Shall He Be Called, the Bastard Who Innocently Lies Wit
by Lorenz Lynn


Not every woman’s dream 
 	of procreation 

can be fulfilled;

not every woman dreams
	of procreation, 

her body thrilled.

But loved and lovers’ inclinations – 
	recreation
not 	re-creation –...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: chee, angst, death, faith, hope,