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Column Poems - Poems about Column

Column Poems - Examples of all types of poems about column 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 column.
Eunuch Encouragements
... Elephant trunk palms column, canopy claps hands Undergrowth glad heart shape leaves spiral Navigator vines map branches, brace boa banyan Utile duenna diary with my duties conspi......Read More
Categories: column, angel, anniversary, blessing, friendship,
Form: Quintain (Sicilian)

Premium Member One Of The Lucky Ones
... Hope I'm not putting a big hex on myself But till now I've had no serious medical problems Don't know how many can say that at eighty-seventy But you can place me in the “fortunate” ......Read More
Categories: column, happy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member She is Jobless
...She has no job Professes to not care Has taught school for six years I do not care what job I get she says Anything but teaching. I never want to do this again. She was our teacher of the yea......Read More
Categories: column, women,
Form: Free verse
This Morning
...I watched one day running into another day with the hope that wisdom would come alive and buried this unsettled feeling that has no significant meaning but the morning kept playing music in my stomac......Read More
Categories: column, business, courage, creation, emotions,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
My Heart
... My Heart I am a glass half full Sometimes sloshing over the edge A temple for fireflies, sand dunes Water by nature, that cuts deeply Beneath the reeds, flowing fast Rapids, sometimes......Read More
Categories: column, nature, ocean, self,
Form: Free verse

Stripped of verbs
...Stripped of verbs last night i slept with myself i hugged and kissed before sleep. In the middle of the night I was pushing myself off the bed, There was no room and I wanted to step aside. Fr......Read More
Categories: column, deep, faith, inspirational, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Surfacing of Thoughts - A PALINODE
...A sluggish mind is more inclined To grasp a truth firmly in hasp It bubbles in surface troubles Where time is tarnished with the grime Holding breath unto very death Of the thought th......Read More
Categories: column, satire,
Form: Rhyme
...He wrote a big sign pointed to the sky Aimed at space ships just passing by; All Alien life forms catered for, it said, Full English B& B with King Sized Bed. He didn’t think about it any more U......Read More
Categories: column, fantasy, humorous, science fiction,
Form: Rhyme
Captain Hook,
...I know, you've got scars that can be seen with an open eye, and yet, when I look at your long curls like stalactites, I wonder why don't you tell me more, I know for sure, you"ll have fun seeing m......Read More
Categories: column, encouraging, growth,
Form: Free verse
Both Feet Caught in a Bra
...Removed bats from campus Pets who eat grass of Pampas Goodbye them will miss Bats are Republicans on odd meditate disturb people about culture upset apple cart Once were supporting when......Read More
Categories: column, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Binary Math Rules
...Binary Math Rules. Let me tell you a tale, my friend, Of ones and zeros that never end. A world of binary, simple and true, With rules to help guide you. First, addition is easy as can be, ......Read More
Categories: column, 12th grade, graduate, graduation,
Form: Narrative
Musk Hibiscus
... Sugar paper petals rippable Hibiscus Musk sap via jungle civet melts to jelly Turkish Delight icing, licked clean fingers Rubber soft texture entices tongues joyfully ......Read More
Categories: column, change, color, environment, gender,
Form: Rhyme
Both Mother and Daughter 2 No Heavenly End Gods Love
...Once upon a time there lived a young girl Who eventually was to grow up inevitably later into a young women And when she did all she ever wanted and dreamed of endlessly then was to have ......Read More
Categories: column, death, lost love, sad,
Form: Free verse
...I AM WATCHING YOU I work for a national tabloid, Paid to dig for dirt. I wash dirty laundry in public. I’m not fussy who I hurt “Hollywood star dating shop girl” “Actor’s n......Read More
Categories: column, political,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Why Did I Wear this Short Shirt
...deadly college campus at night only thing moving are leaves pick up pace, skirt brushing my legs feeling highly vulnerable drop a Kleenex but keep walking of course hypervigilant now have they ......Read More
Categories: column, fear, feelings,
Form: Free verse

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