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Elevator Poems - Poems about Elevator

Elevator Poems - Examples of all types of poems about elevator 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 elevator.
Premium Member I shoulda seen it comin
...I rushed home from the office, my breath I could not catch. Hurried to log onto the internet to see if I had a match. You see I was tired of being alone, my single days are not fun. Dating wasn’t ......Read More
Categories: elevator, internet, loneliness,
Form: Rhyme

Elevator Man
...You told me you couldn't wait to leave You said you were staying here for work. Also mentioned you were going on vacation in two weeks. I asked where you were going you said anywhere but here. ......Read More
Categories: elevator, confusion, humanity, mystery,
Form: Free verse
Maybe life is nothing more than just Lottery After All So be Lucky
...Just maybe when it comes to life We all of us may well be nothing more than a number after all Patiently both spending and biding our time awaiting to see If in fact our very own particu......Read More
Categories: elevator, life,
Form: Free verse
ELEVATOR poetrix
... Elevator, stair to opposites for failure or success right way With or without scale......Read More
Categories: elevator, adventure, allegory, allusion, appreciation,
Form: Light Verse
...SOMETHING STRANGE Ground floor of the Engineering Building, the elevator shaft wrapped in a staircase, the entrance to each on opposite sides She was pretty, I thought, in a blue hair, torn......Read More
Categories: elevator, appreciation,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Remembrance for a choker in my deathbed
...Remembrance for a choker in my deathbed (Read-only version, a knick-knack too) Precious finger, the witnessing one, Count The forehead of a pious one, leaving a mark Glowing along days and......Read More
Categories: elevator, care,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member REVELATOR
...I am the link to the god all mighty The grand master of this world Dollar marks and social security carts I am the warrior of this waste The revelator of the word made to taste The most high,......Read More
Categories: elevator, allegory, allusion, analogy, anger,
Form: Rhyme
Categories: elevator, humanity, imagery, introspection, nature,
Form: Rhyme
a poem written while stuck in an elevator
...i am writing this poem in an elevator while stuck the light represents the darkness that i feel i guess i deserved to be literally abandoned by you i was not the best for you and your personal exp......Read More
Categories: elevator, blue, depression, loneliness, lost
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Baker's Dozen
...Thirteen is a baker’s dozen, Or a scary Friday night. Missing in an elevator, Or a 12-year-old’s delight. Rite of passage from a tweener, Cooler in so many ways. Does it bring a new demeanor?......Read More
Categories: elevator, birthday, blessing, granddaughter,
Form: Quatrain
...Last night, Lisa, Peter, Leeza and I were in her father’s 50th floor study watching New York City. It’s a corner room with glass walls from floor to ceiling. He likes to watch the city himself and ha......Read More
Categories: elevator, holiday, humor, new york,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Elevator Music
... That old time elevator music It's all so familiar to this old guy Makes me feel I'm near the end Aw... got another ten years or more Sinatra, Como, der Bingo, Elvis Holy doo doo ......Read More
Categories: elevator, music,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Poem
...A Poe-M (The morning I felt the sun in the mode of Lip sync, In feeling in me and my mom) How are you, my cello sun? I got a tremendous deal. Just in need to be blissful, in the best counse......Read More
Categories: elevator, motivation,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Time Was When
...Time was when I could jump a fence Take the staircase two at a clip, Now if there’s no elevator I wince Time was when I could jump a fence, I could race you from here to hence I had ......Read More
Categories: elevator, me, old, pride,
Form: Triolet
Premium Member What I See Now
...I thought the day was gray, but my grandchild said it was green. I listened to him explain it, and I changed my opinion. Because he made sense, and now I did not see gray; I saw green. The old ma......Read More
Categories: elevator, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse

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