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Drink Poems | Examples of Drink Poetry

Drink Poems - Examples of all types of drink poetry to share and read.s, drinking. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for drink.

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Premium Member An Opened Moment
This opened moment viewed together through the mirrored glass; Reflections of tomorrows past with all the deigned and feigned And foreign feelings felt. This moment deep into the next will melt. Deep enough to fill the reservoirs...Read More
Categories: drink, adventure, appreciation, birth, care,
Form: Prose Poetry

Another Beer
I open the fridge, and what do I see here? Why did you buy another case of beer? You already have Bud, Coors, Miller, and Heineken. Now added to the list are some bottles of Molson. Our refrigerator doesn't...Read More
Categories: drink,
Form: Rhyme
The Man Who Ate Duck
There once was a man named Buck Who ate a morsel of duck He started to cough Then took a huge quaff Cause his wife forgot to pluck!...Read More
Categories: animal, bird, drink, fear,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Of Dear Bygones
I regale myself with recollections of faded friends, I see their olden shadows, as we ride horseback in summer's fields of timothy, and dreams, memories of dear bygones, ...Read More
Categories: age, dream, drink, friend,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Old Salt
I will tell you the tale of an Old Salt, The captain of the bad ship "Discarded Waste," All the ocean's troubles were all his fault, Green lobbyists treated him with distaste: "Stop throwing plastic litter overboard! Stop dumping your...Read More
Categories: abuse, drink, old, sea,
Form: Sonnet

Premium Member The Shame of Shamus O'Toole
There was a leprechaun, Shamus O'Toole On St. Patrick's Day he drank like a fool His pot o'gold, stolen Jaw broken and swollen Brawlin' o'er Guinness with Aiden O'Doul February 24, 2021 Limericks in honor of St. Patrick's Day Sponsored by: L...Read More
Categories: drink, holiday,
Form: Limerick
Tell him this
He thinks without drinks Life stinks Tell him this Without drinks he thinks...Read More
Categories: drink, life, perspective,
Form: Monorhyme
Walking into that bar
Walking into that bar > That nefarious den of > iniquity and evilness >> Twenty drinks too sober from Bad Craziness Rising ...Read More
Categories: drink, drug, magic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member What's So Special
What is a holiday for, do you think? Yes, you're absolutely right, it's to drink, Those sloshed on St. Patrick's Day Got tossed out on New Years Day, And like before, they'll end up in the clink....Read More
Categories: day, drink, holiday,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Green Beer
They're wearing out "The Wearing Of The Green," The beer is greener than it's ever been, And it seems St. Patrick's Day, Once again is underway, Sure and begorrah, what a lovely scene!...Read More
Categories: day, drink, green, holiday,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Green Beer
Fred wanted a St. Patty's green beer And ventured out for miles on his old steer Found a wild biker bar Ended up with a scar When he refused a brown lager, oh dear 2/21/2021 (edited 2/23/21) (Syllable counts 10 10...Read More
Categories: drink, fun, humor,
Form: Limerick
My Caffeine is Full of Beans
I've much to be grateful for mostly it would be the printing press millions of books came from it reading a book needs no change of dress You just pick up one of your choice sit down with a cup...Read More
Categories: books, drink, words,
Form: Rhyme
The Teen Who Wanted a Bash
There once was a teen named Ash Who wanted to have a bash He could almost buy A bottle of rye But he just shaved his moustache!...Read More
Categories: age, desire, drink, funny,
Form: Limerick
Of the dark, offered in the morning cup, and the chill of salted caramel cream, spooning after an impervious dream and clink-clink spell of alarum abrupt, comes the ceramic to sip, birdsong up. Fruity-caffeine drips into the bloodstream. Imagery from a...Read More
Categories: drink, morning, sensual,
Form: Italian Sonnet
The Connoisseur of Liquor
There once was a great connoisseur Who was a critic of liquor But his words meant less If he drank in excess Then each word of his was a slur! ...Read More
Categories: addiction, conflict, desire, drink,
Form: Limerick

Specific Types of Drink Poems

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