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Christmas Free Verse Poems

These Christmas Free Verse poems are examples of Free Verse poems about Christmas. These are the best examples of Free Verse Christmas poems written by international poets.


FRUITS

        

 FRUITS*** VEGETABLE KINGDOM

Sans absurd the avocado
is a friend of the rough pineapple
who is a friend of...

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Categories: allegory, allusion, extended metaphor,



Premium Member PLANE CRASHES FATE TAKES OVER
It was Christmas Eve and I was at the airport,
Not a soul in sight, almost deserted, it was 10.00 pm,
Only two hours before Christmas day,
Perhaps...

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Categories: love,

Christmas Trees At Smithfield Central Doctors
"...in spring, the most delicate feathery yellow of plumes and plumes and plumes and trees and bushes of wattle, as if angels had flown right...

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Categories: angst, beautiful, beauty, dark,

Predation
It creeps over beer stained carpets.
Last night I saw its hunchbacked shadow
rooting in the fridge for spreading cheese.

This morning it peers out of my front...

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Categories: poetry,

The Old Year
It creeps over beer stained carpets.
Last night I saw its hunchbacked shadow
rooting in the fridge for spreading cheese.

This morning it peers out of my front...

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Categories: poetry,



the acceptance of truth despite my inner wishes
she is taken now
i step aside
her heart is happy now
i move on with life
her hearing has greatly improved
i stop calling
hear vision has cleared perfectly
i quit...

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© Marty King  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: cool, friendship, growing up,

Christmas in Cincinnati Zoo
Fake pyrotechnics bloom inside plastic strips.
The night gets colder
as Christmas carols limp on.

I slip away from the dull concert
into the unlit zoo,
sure that among the...

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Categories: poetry,

Runner
Runner keep running. Turn away when colors turned to gray
No one can catch you. Or did I 
Runner keep running from what should have been
Have...

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Categories: angel,

Christmas Whenever
Snow sprays off crow wings.
Flurries drift like torn lace curtains
over the blacktop. 
The porch rocking chair
is draped like a madhouse ghost.

Nobody is going anywhere,
the side-roads...

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Categories: poetry,

The Glasgow Laird
The drunk hogs the path where the public walks
Then hogs the air with his nonsense talk
His breath smells of ale
His eyes look stale 
This Scottish...

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© Peter Hall  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: addiction, depression, sin,

Premium Member If you Then
If you cross your eyes like that
They will stay weird forever.
If you make fun of people
You won’t get Christmas gifts
If you step on a sidewalk...

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Categories: light,

Author's Notes
Dear 2020!

This Poem was Inspired by an Acknowledgment that this Past Year Was Difficult or Tough, That I Don't have All of the Answers, But...

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Categories: appreciation, basketball, conflict, football,

Premium Member The End
I don't know where or when it is going to end, 
I hope it is very soon. 
With the rapture and You,
I am going home...

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Categories: happy, heaven, home, love,

Grandma's Vase
Grandma’s Vase

I remember the old yellow vase
that grandma kept on the kitchen table
she filled it each day with flowers she cut
from the beds in the...

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Categories: family, grandmother,

Premium Member BEFORE THE SUN GOES DOWN







Before the sun goes down

Behind the mountains of the temporal,

And onto the valley of the eternal,

My soul feels like singing 

The sorrows and joys of...

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Categories: life, poetry, sunset,