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Fold Poems - Poems about Fold

Fold Poems - Examples of all types of poems about fold 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 fold.
Love Will Lead You Back
...Love back to its fold Seagull fly back where it nest Seabreeze blows it hold. ......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, bird, destiny, love, sea,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member From the Felt
..."Lee, you awake?" Yeah, sorry. "Where were you?" Nowhere, my call? Fold. Looking around the table, I couldn't have drifted that long, Wouldn't have known from the stares, whatever the faces. The......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, care, dance, fire, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Case of the Missing Socks
... Dear Curious Youth And inquisitive Sleuth I present to you a quandary A baffling report An enigma of sort Whenever I do my laundry It’s quite odd enough That some certa......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, funny, missing, mystery,
Form: Rhyme
Adventures of the Wandering Sock
...In the depths of the laundry pile, where chaos reigns supreme, Lies the mystery of the missing sock, a perplexing, absurd scheme. One by one, they enter the wash, a pair so neat and fine, But some......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Masons and Muses
...the untimely measures gathered beneath solid structure as hands fold the numeral gestures gravely carved throughout the roman empire while the daintiness of quiet muse's reciting playful tune......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, analogy, art, culture, language,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member I saw God, but now what poetry contest
..."Yes, I affirm, I have seen God But He appeared and then disappeared This knowing that transcends mind, left me awed But until what’s imbibed is assimilated, by fears I’m seared" He's omniprese......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Creek in the sheets
...My heart begins to sink As my skin begins to quiver I've been swept to the brink By regrets flowing like a river So what am I to think As the cold world let's me shiver Stains mark like ink ......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, funny, simple,
Form: Rhyme
Better Than Best
...I didn’t stay young but I never got old My cards often weak when watching you fold I sailed into weather the saltiest balked And bit off big pieces while walking my talk I painted with brus......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, character,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Maybe
...Maybe she really loves me maybe not Maybe I could like her maybe I ought not Maybe she is a passing fancy maybe she's for real Maybe I should fold now maybe I should deal When young you date a ......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, love, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wounded Sigh
... like a butterfly with my pretty wings wounded ~ I try to flutter When my soul is bruised and beaten down, and my heart injured, scarred and bleeding: I fold what's l......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, introspection,
Form: Verse
The Mountain People
...Daylight breaks through the gate and a bright light shine intensely on my face from a distance. I wasn’t sure what was going on, but I fold one arm and held on tightly to the other arm. I knew it was......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, best friend, books, business,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Angel Rolled The Stone Away
...Scripture references Matthew 27:62-28: 15 John 20: 7-9 Why did the angel roll the stone away? Not so Jesus could get out. He had already gone from man's tomb. ......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, faith,
Form: Free verse
Addiction V
...Let the battle begin I've got no support Im dead from it all Im just a zombie Don't show your hand Unless your ready to fold I don't bluff on positivity I will not raise my bet Since ......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, addiction,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Submisive Loser Dominant Victors Shower Of Rage
...The Naked brazen placid blue Meets its foe the dark forbidding nemeses Who unleashes his growing anger and fury Obliterating and defeating his enemy Proclaims a victory and unrolls his miserable ......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, anger, birth, conflict, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Veiled
..."Lizzie Borden took an axe, gave her mother forty whacks, when she saw what she had done, gave her father forty-one, she washed herself from a watered pail, she claimed their lies an......Read the rest...
Categories: fold, allusion, analogy, evil, father
Form: Narrative

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