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England Poems | Examples of England Poetry

England Poems - Examples of all types of england poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for england.
This Sceptic Aisle
I dained that I'd distress the Dutch, Refrain the French with such - and - such. 'Gainst Germans I'd my victory forge, Churchillian chants in Cheddar Gorge. Send Poles packing from our building site, Put the Belgians - bang -...Read More
Categories: death, divorce, england, fate,
Form: Rhyme

An Actor's Life
At three 'o clock this afternoon, A shaft of light pierced my room. Curtains flung back as I arise: An actor's life I do surmise! Working halls and live theatre, Singing songs in every meter. Playing Hamlet, then a clown, Each week...Read More
Categories: england, art, cute love, devotion,
Form: Rhyme
Verdant hills stretch before you The giant Peveril of time reaches up from its monstrous past Of broken earth and volcanic blast Surveying all below That glint and gleam in their trillion shades of green that crawl softly Silently with...Read More
Categories: age, earth, england, environment,
Form: Rhyme
The Glaciers Speak
The glaciers swept over the corridors of North America standing in the back yard of Alaska they carved out the great lakes in Alberta, British Columbia and Montana and, gazes at you from...Read More
Categories: england, america, business, community, deep,
Form: Narrative
Environmental Stench
The spirit of love was flowing in the air but all of a sudden it disappeared when the birds sitting on the fence spread filth on the cars parked in the garage. They say that...Read More
Categories: break up, business, england,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Autumn
A cold mist drifts across the ground, Bringing a musty smell From damp mulch where decay is found And few plants scarce...Read More
Categories: autumn, england,
Form: Rhyme
The smell of French bread baking, seeps through the kitchen roof and the women wearing aprons of assorted colors and fine knitted hat kneading stiff dough in big pudding pans. They kept moving for...Read More
Categories: butterfly, community, deep, england,
Form: Narrative
LONDON 1605 It’s Guy Fawkes And the foiled Gunpowder plot We will remember November Fifth Bonfire night Each year Bang! ...Read More
Categories: england, history, london,
Form: Ninette
The Jumpsuit
See them walking around the city in unbridled fashion that makes them feel jittery, soft and loose in their custom-made jumpsuit; they went shopping in high heels shoes wearing perfume that you could smell from...Read More
Categories: england, business, community, december, desire,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Spring Day In Derbyshire Dales
A SPRING DAY IN DERBYSHIRE DALES Sit with me a while, here on the soft green grass, that hides the Gentian Violet and the Daisy peeping through and watch how the soft cool wind lifts the...Read More
Categories: appreciation, day, england, innocence,
Form: Free verse
One Pot Soup
Winter is hiding around the bend and forcing its way towards the center, it is carrying a hundred thousand shovels in a boat and generators pile up to its throat. Hundreds of snow boots,...Read More
Categories: england, america, birth, blessing, destiny,
Form: Prose
There Is
There is death in time There is death in a controlled mind There is death in heart There is death when a loved one is apart There is death in love That death can make...Read More
Categories: africa, america, death, england,
Form: Free verse
My Default
I am so scared to fall for another again Completely terrified I don't want to be hurt like the last time Something I heard that always stuck with me, "You can't control how another hurts you, but you...Read More
Categories: deep, england, london, true
Form: Free verse
Where Must I Go
I got up at 1:00 am this morning just after the break of day, the overnight air had just begin to rise sending a multitude of diamonds flickering in the skies, it is the sort...Read More
Categories: england, america, body, books, city,
Form: Narrative
Not Quite English
Where are you really from? An all-too familiar question, One which I quite detest. Often looking for simple answer, This I cannot give, too awkward to tell the truth, I can only say, not quite English, not quite like you. My...Read More
Categories: england, holocaust, how i
Form: Free verse

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