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Dirt Poems - Poems about Dirt

Dirt Poems - Examples of all types of poems about dirt 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 dirt.
Premium Member Austrians say their peace
...When are you far right.? If for peace you call' Where is far left..? Right now it takes my breath.' Can't some democrats be Christian.? Who decides On what, is what.? Like even stevens..We don"t h......Read More
Categories: dirt, 2nd grade, anxiety, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme

Drowning In Your Absence
...How did this happen? I wonder. How the water Could have Dragged you under Is yet another Blinding secret But it would still work to Bind, so we’d keep it Nothing held The weakened connecti......Read More
Categories: dirt, absence, beautiful, deep, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Another Nashville No No
...A Nashville No No weapons strategy turned into a travesty then a tragedy from window would shoot she was a cake full of fruit never gave a hoot heard that she fasted way into school had......Read More
Categories: dirt, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Mirror on the Wall
...Revived Treasured Safety abide by Security Meditation. Sing Pray serves height weight night light expresses the test! Do not borrow sorrow moans and groans or any strain or shame if you must we......Read More
Categories: dirt, adventure, appreciation, beauty, cheer
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member THE VISITOR
...He pushed at the open door no sound just darkness inside. Dust filtered his nostrils, a mustiness of lost years inhabited his senses. A loose floorboard creaked in the stairwell, t......Read More
Categories: dirt, family,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Premium Member A Sweet Spring Song For Baby Grandson
...Welcome Home Welcome to Earth Where nobody is perfect And nothing is always correct. Welcome Home Welcome to Earth Where people laugh and talk Where people cry and walk Where people hate an......Read More
Categories: dirt, birth, birthday, earth, future,
Form: Rhyme
...I thought I knew what love was, What it meant, how it felt, and how to contain it without absorption But I could’ve never been more wrong The idea was foreign to me until our paths crossed, ......Read More
Categories: dirt, husband, i love you,
Form: Free verse
Headstrong at headframes
...headstrong at the headframes. under the stars. with fire used to stay warm in the dark, warm in the snow. fire used to make love now burns in metal garbage cans we walk around, singing about......Read More
Categories: dirt, allegory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cotton Fields
... The devil’s dry fields dirt farm, not much yields damn sun one forlorn tree shields Texas battlefields the one recline that appeals low water reveals not done no reprieve day’s s......Read More
Categories: dirt, earth, environment, farm, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme
The Lord of Nothing
...I lay on the grass, checking out the sky, staring at the blue, then asking why. People looking up, to see what I see, seeing nothing they, look funny at me. All I was asking, is why I am here......Read More
Categories: dirt, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Living The Dream
...There are many pictures in my mind, From both memory and fantasy. Where they seldom overlap, Avoiding any redundancy. Causing me at times to wonder, Where my though......Read More
Categories: dirt, conflict, dream, fantasy, imagination,
Form: Quatrain
Too big
...Too many corners of my heart trying so hard to fill up searching in the dirt searching in the mud searching everywhere walking every path... You don't want to play you just want to bite y......Read More
Categories: dirt, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
...The city is dotted in little wooded sanctuaries. One on the corner of Forsyth and Luckie, a pair of twins on Hill St. If you’re lucky sometimes you can glimpse a group of four or more. I know of one......Read More
Categories: dirt, city, nature,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member No Intelligent Life Yet on Mars --
...or on Most of the Emerald Isles "It's hard never to have been green." -- countless puny Irish sp*rmatozoa tadpolelike wasted each w*nk * * * O, how sad is St. Paddy's on Mars -......Read More
Categories: dirt, pain,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Look at Her Boots
...The newbie was wearing boots- toe to over the knees With a mini skirt that was flipping in the breeze The boots are something some of the men said. In particular Dave, Don, Gary, Thomas and Ed. ......Read More
Categories: dirt, lust,
Form: Rhyme

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