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Essex Poems | Examples of Essex Poetry

Essex Poems. Below are examples of poems about essex. This list of poetry about essex is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of essex poetry. This list of works about essex is a great resource for examples of essex poems and show how to write poems about essex. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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Premium Member Poem England - gleaming in the distance Ian Love Narrative essex, conflict, destiny, england, history,
Premium Member Poem Let Your Imagination Take Flight Edward Ibeh Prose essex, poetry, wisdom, write,
The USS Ticonderoga Jerome Malenfant Rhyme essex, history, world war ii,
Suffolk Day STANLEY Harris I do not know? essex, celebration, encouraging, fun, happiness,
Premium Member Poem Pint Will Raise James Horn Limerick essex, appreciation,
Alzheimer Carlo Lazzari Dramatic Verse essex, age, confusion, death, life,
Premium Member Poem The Ever Shifting Patern of Life James Horn Couplet essex, allegory, analogy, encouraging,
Premium Member Poem Community Funom Makama Acrostic essex, community, relationship, society,
Premium Member Poem Can Hardly Wait James Horn Couplet essex, best friend, inspirational,
Premium Member Poem Soon Bound for British Isles James Horn Couplet essex, encouraging, inspirational,

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Beloved Great Britain
by James Horn
Beloved Great Britain

In background even if shade has become dim
The one who I pray to will always be Him
And asked God for a errorless, perfect...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, allegory, analogy, travel,

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Snowball for Peace
by James Horn
Hope you don't give me holy !*/+%@#&!
If this whole thing happens to be HTML;
It seems like I still have to learn a lot,
And as usual...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, allegory, analogy, peace,

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You Are Yiddish
by James Horn
For breakfast British have a bowl of shreddy

And at lunch like beer hearty and heady

Had salad of Waldorf while out wondering

About lightening with all the...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, humorous,

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I'll Never Understand Humans
by Richard D Seal
                    I’ll Never Understand Humans ...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, dog, feelings,

Brick City's Homeless
by JustcallMe Britt
I am a high school graduate and a former college student
I have no children
No drug or alcohol addiction
nor do I have a home
I am one...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, introspection, journey, me, me,

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New Jersey
by Seren Roberts
What does it mean to me
New Jersey
It means smell and warmth
iI…….  oops wrong sort of Jersey
Here we go start again …….

Was the home of...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, places, home, home,

ON THE NAMING OF A CHILD
by Paul Curtis
On the naming of a child
Certain protocols should be followed by the registrar

Protocol one

If the chosen name is Rainbow or Honey dew
Then firstly the parents...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, funnyparents, people, child, parents,

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Come With Me To 63
by Vince Suzadail Jr.
Come with me to nineteen sixty three
The year Pope John died and so did Kennedy
We saw Lawrence of Arabia with Peter O’Toole
Listened to It’s My...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, nostalgiababy, baby, blue, me,

The Aerodrome of Stowe Maries
by valerie bellefleur
Stow Maries.

  

Wings of war like paper butterflies

once floated down upon this grassy plain

war machines of moments gone

honeysuckle and wild rose

now cling to silent...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, losswar, war,

The Sharks and the Baracudas
by Gregory Golden
One calm summer night
I visited the city aquarium and
I noticed the sharks and the barracudas
Playing a lovely game of tennis
Yeah, the sharks and
The Barracudas are...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: essex, imagination, inspirational, philosophy,