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Continental Poems - Poems about Continental

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...thousands of men and women gathered to cast the last glimpse of the railway track at the eastern part of the Indian Continental, to become the witness of the track's last communication. An emotional moment, when the train ran for ......Read More
Categories: continental, analogy, farewell, history, remembrance
Form: Rhyme

...ommodations! Swimming pools! Steam and cool closures! Squash! Parlors of massage! Cuisines France, Italy, Turk - each continental package...! Tentative-tried, technicalities tallied, testified, When Weather-seasonal-temperature tests......Read More
Categories: continental, adventure, beauty, boat, fear,
Form: Rhyme
She arrived in June
...and, it’s not so proud anymore Why do I stay here ? , I’m not at all sure I dream of Paris, Provence and New York Continental salads and fancy wine corks But I follow the crowds and I go the right way I am xxxxxx and I will have ‘m......Read More
Categories: continental, life,
Form: Bio
Premium Member Continental Giant Rabbit II
...Continental giant rabbit named Lewis, an urban legend? Oh no, he confidently walks down the street real slow, some m......Read More
Categories: continental, 5th grade, animal, anti
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Yankee Doodle Dandy
...eral Cornwallis’s (commander of the British forces) officers surrendered to General George Washington (commander of the Continental Army) at Yorktown, Virginia on October 19, 1781, the retreating defeated British troops were met by an Ameri......Read More
Categories: continental, america, independence day, patriotic,
Form: Verse

Think of elsewhere
...Think of elsewhere where the day has grown old perhaps with a remembrance of what has trespassed concerning what n......Read More
Categories: continental, adventure,
Form: Free verse
Haiku's temple 128
...Ah!, my dear:-, what is full moon?.......Read More
Categories: continental, adventure, africa,
Form: Haiku
The last 4 years and the coming decade 2
...s co-established for united research and development, more and more trading and financial hubs and bodies set for cross-continental transactions through systematized logistic and settlement networks. In addition, U.S. has military bases and......Read More
Categories: continental, america, international, introspection, political,
Form: Prose
Mental Hell and Shell of Myself
...4/7/21 " (Chorus) Hanging out at the continental shelf I've been living in a mental hell I'm now just a shell of myself Realize the importance of dental h......Read More
Categories: continental, dark, deep, life, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Ode rich
...hat if life is a journey of mission at times, I did keep my pace leaping up against tis wears. There is a country and continental defaulters too, how bitter is pain and how bitter is rot, if upon twas barbaric, now is thus given to, an......Read More
Categories: continental, joy, nature,
Form: Ode
Premium Member 'Continental Drift' - The Metaphor
...'Continental Drift' - The Metaphor In the seventies (1), few people dreamed ‘it’ was true, guessed by sc......Read More
Categories: continental, faith, science,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member It's A Wrap
...rapping, grinding bells planets embrace, 'Earth' and 'Thea' create a moon encircling orbs and tidal swells the continental drifter cloaked, instant trouble d-n-a, replicating cells surviving the random, the evolving cocoon ......Read More
Categories: continental, analogy, birth, change, clothes,
Form: Verse
Hawaiian Pineapple
...may come from Central America. Some come from Southeast Asia. So, if you live in Alaska, or any of the states in the continental forty-eight, I have to tell you something that won't sound great. No, you can't find Hawaiian pineapples o......Read More
Categories: continental, business, food, fruit,
Form: Rhyme
old settler tradition
...transition I live near Trace Creek on native territory and the precious land was guarded strongly by their glory The continental war was on trace creek and the British lost that battle the old settlers earned the military land grants a......Read More
Categories: continental, adventure,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Favorite Presidents
...alive to see it. Love, Anne 5 Sept. 1774 Hear Ye Hear Ye on this 5th day of September 1774, We the people of the Continental Congress proclaim Peyton Randolph as our first President. 12 Sept. 1774 Peyton, Your presence in the Re......Read More
Categories: continental, appreciation, death of a
Form: Free verse

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