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Handheld Poems - Poems about Handheld

Handheld Poems - Examples of all types of poems about handheld 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 handheld.
My Dream Date
...Let us lose our hearts, within the heart of Nature, my love, Let Eros and Aphrodite protect us from above; These green leaves of the white jasmine trees whisper new romance, Their shy buds, bloome......Read More
Categories: handheld, love, romance,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Still Here
... *Image of The Old Shed by Pixabay. Still Here He was the tourist trade foremost embellisher, his Aloha shirts receptive then, and now respecting a closet. R......Read More
Categories: handheld, appreciation, dad, father son,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Please Hold
...Walked into a door frame and battered my shoulder Felt I’d done battle with some kind of boulder I thought I’d need more than a dollop of ointment So I rang the doctor to book an appointment T......Read More
Categories: handheld, anger, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
...Designed to provide quick information about unknown materials in critical situations,including chemicals and illicit materials.This handheld automated meter make the operation of MIRA XTR DS / MIRA D......Read More
Categories: handheld, addiction, books, drink, drug,
Form: Other
Premium Member Tale of The Night Movers
... *Image of Lovers Night by Pinterest. Tale of The Night Movers Hail, a phantom moon traversing its cloaked chambered recesses of her prevalent crown. Unspool gently and host ......Read More
Categories: handheld, extended metaphor, good night,
Form: Metrical Tale

Premium Member TO HEAVEN OR BUST
...How wonderful! God sees our worthless vessels, yet they carry his message and light into the world. O wonder! God moves our feet, directs our paths. Our minds must not hinder nor slack. They must ......Read More
Categories: handheld, christian,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Art of a Dying Man
...The Art of a Dying Man David J Walker The dam was broken and The man trying to save it Worked alone As we watched through the lens of an iPhone hoping to capture the moment of co......Read More
Categories: handheld, allegory, family,
Form: Rhyme
On being present
...It’s so easy to slip into the numbness, of this handheld drug, scroll myself away. Lately, I’ve slipped so far, so deep, into blissful emptiness, I’ve lost myself, my way. ......Read More
Categories: handheld, anxiety, drug, internet, introspection,
Form: Free verse
... Worship Waiting in the Hawaiian Hiking café for my breakfast burrito. 70’s music in the background to a mostly millennial crowd. Clueless to the tunes of my youth, they communica......Read More
Categories: handheld, america, perspective,
Form: Free verse
...I miss the electric hum of a landline. Some long nights I could hear it listening to itself as if plugged into several minds all at once. It was sound without daylight, night echo’s that lingered......Read More
Categories: handheld, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A MAN PROPOSES WILL YOU Marry Him-
...The price of Love Is Free Would you lay down your life for me Carousels and horses Miraculous wedding veils and choices Breathless kisses Handheld Misses Seldom call Struggl......Read More
Categories: handheld, analogy, appreciation, engagement, marriage,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Virtual Time
...Virtual Time David J Walker I made the mistake of Opening ever app on my iPhone carelessly falling in swallowed like the cell signals fueling this handheld object of everyone’s affection ......Read More
Categories: handheld, allegory,
Form: Rhyme
70's Teenager
... We knew how to be kids in the 70s, Playing outside every day, We made our fun with what we had, Skip rope, pogo stick, stilts even climbing a tree, We had no fear, if you got hurt you got up an......Read More
Categories: handheld, childhood, for teens, growing
Form: Free verse
Summer evening
...Lying on the fresh mown lawn, With buttercups aglow, Trying hard to stay awake, My eyelids saying no. Sun above me eating in, Perhaps I’ll get a tan, The temperature soaring, I sure need my h......Read More
Categories: handheld, summer,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ageless Summery
... Ageless Summery a porch screen riddled by fragmenting noon beacons ~~grandmas curtain hangs chairs rock as handheld fan waves midst squeaking floorboards ~~ic......Read More
Categories: handheld, grandparents, imagery, summer,
Form: Haiku

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