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Escapes Poems - Poems about Escapes

Escapes Poems - Examples of all types of poems about escapes 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 escapes.
Premium Member Why Are There Wars
... Why are there wars Is there a reason for death and destruction The reason escapes me now Is it to prove superiority Why are there different races and cultures That were disgraced a......Read More
Categories: escapes, war,
Form: Free verse



Sweet you existed
...On such longs days Before the sun rises As it peaks at noonish To stars racing the moon To set again for tommorow My clouded mind escapes Ventures into daydreams Sweet you To let my mind wand......Read More
Categories: escapes, allusion, blessing, creation, dream,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Eight Bottles of Water
...Stay hydrated for health and weight daily drink bottles of water around eight Help stay off hunger and keep you slim but you better keep a nightlight when The urge will surge for a liquid purge......Read More
Categories: escapes, health, humorous, water,
Form: Rhyme
Hummingbird
...As I gaze into the morn A flawless fleck catches my eye. It is a simple hummingbird So complex as it flits and flies, Searching for its next meal– Something simple and sweet. The awe with wh......Read More
Categories: escapes, bird, nature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Night Burn
... Live embers on a fire, a dark and breathless wood: a conflagration for a mind in need of rest. All the possibilities, all the things that could; a tossing, sleepless night, trapp......Read More
Categories: escapes, angst, sleep,
Form: Alexandrine



Premium Member TIME
... TIME neither friend nor foe I lose track of it when I'm writing poems for it oft escapes my thoughts "spanning past, present, and future" (Clarity Pyramid) 06/02/2022 ......Read More
Categories: escapes, how i feel, image,
Form: Verse
Reflections
...We see in many ways as the great bard said, “Eyes windows to the soul” looking out and looking in I draw the drapes back for all to see, my own reflection in their eyes as well – on the ou......Read More
Categories: escapes, feelings, humanity, inspirational, perspective,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Asking The Way Part One
...The road to my hometown was a long, and arduous one. I loved the walk ,and the privacy it gave me. My mind was awash with thoughts of confusion on foot of my favourite author’s pre......Read More
Categories: escapes, age, art, death, deep,
Form: Prose
Helps to Pass the Time away
... Some moment dreaming the middle of a day Some hopeful dreamt touched spiritness In sometime of a while you spent Some place of a time when you touched The fleeting ghosts in rightful pursuits......Read More
Categories: escapes, dream, happiness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Garden Sanctuary
...“A garden to walk in and immensity to dream in–what more could he ask? A few flowers at his feet and above him the stars.” ......Read More
Categories: escapes, flower, garden,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member Doggerel
... The eyes would rather not engage the world. Cotton mouth, parched, and aware of a thirst. The muscles, lobbying to remain curled. Feet swing to the floor, prepared for the worst. Stif......Read More
Categories: escapes, morning,
Form: Sonnet
What Fascinates Me
...Comfortable silence Conversations made by our eyes Bodies that intertwine like souls who've met before our time Long loving laughter that feels up a room Time stands still just to wa......Read More
Categories: escapes, love,
Form: Free verse
A Back Seat with a View
...Time to load up the family Dodge and hit the open road. Our backs to California, the wheels rolling east towards the deep south. Arriving by plane wasn’t an option, the car was our only transp......Read More
Categories: escapes, adventure, car, childhood, family,
Form: Pantoum
Marie of Ecosse
...Sound of a song softly sung rose in the air and through windows Barred to let air and light in and little else. A lament sung in Gaelic tongue foreign to ears used to French, But its meaning under......Read More
Categories: escapes, abuse, anger, conflict, fear,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Ukrainian Horror
...To hunt with a full stomach To bite into the neck of the smaller Without hunger Fangs clamped to the back of her neck Her face Devoured crumpled paper Spit up Re-smoothed to creases Eyes no......Read More
Categories: escapes, cat, death, evil, grief,
Form: Free verse

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