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Games Poems

Games Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about games. This list of games poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Games Poems. These are examples of all types of games poems whether they are for adults or kids. Share and read poetry about video, board, strategy, cards games and more. They are fun and addicting to play and just as fun to write about in poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of games poetry. 

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Premium Member Wrong Time
Wind's rattling the window panes, storm's on its way,
Looks like there'll be a bit of rain,
Big black clouds in the sky today,
Wind's rattling the window panes.

Storm's set to ruin the best of the grain,
The harvest's not due till the end...Read More
Categories: games, rain, weather,
Form: Roundel

Premium Member CLABIASH

From some old country
This is the oddest card game
With rules to make your hair stand on end
No use trying to make sense of it
Just accept that it’s the way it is
Don’t bother asking too many questions
They call it Clabiash quite...Read More
Categories: conflict, family, fun, games, growing up, home,
Form: Free verse
Mirror stares at me
I’ve waited for a lifetime
Waited for smile like an end rhyme

I’ve listened a lot
Listened to voices that made me hot

I’ve lost enough
lost hope and mostly peace

I’ve climbed so high
Climbed Mountains and skies

I’ve played games
Games and won none

I’ve cried much
Much to...Read More
Categories: games, 12th grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 9th
Form: Couplet
My Friend Edwin
                                       ...Read More
Categories: games, adventure, america, friendship, sports,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Back Off

Beware of those who smile too much

Then invite themselves when uninvited,

Who proffer that unwanted touch

Whose every move is unrequited.

You feel discomfort in their presence

Shadows hide behind their eyes,

Evil lurks within their essence

However hard they feign disguise.

Let your instinct lead the...Read More
Categories: games, evil, fear, horror, scary,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Odd Self-
whistles there 

I’m hearing 
of hidden

I am He 
the Supreme Being 
to serve self

the delegation 
in crown creation

all parts of nature
the true savior each other
from birth to taste death

why these hide and seek odd games
if knowledge firms...Read More
Categories: games, self, vanity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member How Is It Goal In
Liverpool showed very early they have a goal 
How very cold? 
But the Londoners got off the couch 
And stood tall without a slouch 
They scored one really quick 
Giving the clock not much time to tick 
As the first...Read More
Categories: courage, games, money, red, soccer, sports, truth,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member My Poor White Dress
Today I was walking barefooted, 
After a heavy thunderstorm had passed thru,
I was wearing a beautiful white cotton dress. 

I suddenly stumbled upon a puddle,
A beautiful muddy puddle, I was instantly
drawn to its diameter and mysterious depths.

The top of the...Read More
Categories: games, april, childhood, creation, fun, growing up, mother,
Form: Free verse
Dick And Jane
When playing games, Dick was the winner.
Loss after loss made Jane simmer.
But she settled down
when in joy she found
they would be stars in a reading primer.

(Older U. S. members will "get" this.)...Read More
Categories: games, education, language, school,
Form: Limerick
Call Of Duty
Don't drop the Soap.
Don't step on the Roach.
You will pay the Price,
But you will return as a Ghost.

For these brave heroes of the 141,
One killed by a bomb, two from a gun,
The world stands outside of death's door,
With the looming...Read More
Categories: fantasy, games, military,
Form: Free verse
An announcement
Ladies and gents, girls and guys,
This poem is a clever disguise.

It is promotion for my sister's show
That she started on Youtube, so let's give it a go!

She posts videos about all sorts of games,
Mario, Pokemon, all Nintendo names.

Her filming set-up...Read More
Categories: games, sister,
Form: Couplet
Blessed with God’s wondrous goodness
my three siblings and I* were privileged 
to bask in our parents’ graciousness
gladly we indeed acknowledged.

Love prevailed in all corners of our home
may it be North, East, South or West*
securing us well inside haven-dome
where we share...Read More
Categories: games, appreciation, blessing, childhood, christian, family, god, true
Form: Quatrain
The world in my hands
The world in my hands

In the framework of a smartphone
The world is trapped
In a small vending machine
Despite not being a pet or a real person
Give and receive sorrow and joy day and night

In the framework of a smartphone
The world is...Read More
Categories: games, sympathy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Chilly Day At The Park

The sun came out but hid its heat;
While the wind remained at rest,
The chill kept moving about.

The array of trees—leafless
And leafy—stood as still as death;
Little children played mid-winter games.

Two old men sat at a park table;
Seriously they played their chess...Read More
Categories: games, allegory, cool, imagery, metaphor, pain, people, weather,
Form: Prose Poetry
Dancing Through the Years
These floors still hold echos
and they creak when I walk
and the room where you slept
still holds your every thought.
And I sit in my chair
in the room down the hall
remembering the laughter
in the pictures on the wall.

But you've gone and grown...Read More
Categories: games, daughter,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Adulterated
Such grief my friend marsupial
Child from wonder born
Fractured in a moments time
No fragment left adorns

Moments burned so carelessly
Confusion wrought a bramble wood
Muddled through another day
When you could, you understood

Madness to persistent lies
Around a corner unabated
Slice of joy to top the...Read More
Categories: games, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member What are Golfers not telling us
There’s a part of me that say’s I’m jealous
Another thinks my golfing friends just zealous,
Whilst I crave fresh air and healthy motion
They’re busy slathering on the lotion
Before they mount some little cart
That with intent they simply point to dart
At breakneck...Read More
Categories: friend, games, golf, happy, humor, perspective, sports,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Like a Game of Chess
A grand display the way you play 
      the game of love to hearts’ dismay;
   with shrewd foreplay you stalk your prey 
         expecting that...Read More
Categories: analogy, games, metaphor, sensual,
Form: Rhyme
Pitbull or Poodle
Guns blaze while bodies pile high
Somewhere you’d hope 
They’d be done with the lies
The ones that are talking
they don’t wear the vest
they’re just some more fodder
who hide with the rest
Don’t chain your soldiers
Those who hunt in the dark
Its them these...Read More
Categories: games, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In Step
A little boy takes three faltering steps,
At one year old he is learning to walk,
What a clever little fellow he is.

A young athlete receives a gold trophy,
Loud cheers are heard as he holds it aloft,
He has just won first prize...Read More
Categories: boy, child, games, sports,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member The Fact
The Fact(s)

It started with a poem. 
Penned in by mistake. 
Then it ended up in a letter, 
that later turned into an email. 
That was forwarded, 
not once but a thousand, 
and then ten million times. 

Then someone was asked,...Read More
Categories: allah, anti bullying, atheist, endurance, games, hero,
Form: Narrative
It's amazing how lazy people
make up excuses for themselves
it's never their fault 
when the work doesn't get done

The power of girls
lies in the back door of gossip
they gang up in teams
gossiping destroying reputations

but play the innocent when caught
it wasn't me
the...Read More
Categories: games, inspiration, international,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Fragile Supremacy
Does it always feel good to be King?
Or Queen?
PolyPathic Genius?
PolyPhonic Perfect Pitched Prophet?

White fragility,
like loneliness,
is the psychic
and economic
and disempowering risk we take

Each time and place
we consciously impress
subconsciously oppress
unconsciously suppress
anti-consciously repress
over-invested white male privileged opportunities

To recognize history as polycultural systems
and...Read More
Categories: earth, games, health, integrity, joy, peace, race,
Form: Political Verse
The Almond Tree

Whenever the time of the flowering almond trees arrived,
we climbed the tree and played among its branches
and so, among flowers and games,
we contemplated life from our childhood....Read More
Categories: games, childhood, spring,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member I am Addicted to Word Games
I am addicted
Addicted to word games
Playing others online
Who are also addicted
To word games

My mother loved
Playing Dabble
Her favorite word game
She had to beat the clock
And makes seven words
Out of thirty-two letters

Her legacy to me is
Keep your mind active
Learn something new every...Read More
Categories: games, word play,
Form: Free verse

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