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Handlebars Poems - Poems about Handlebars

Handlebars Poems - Examples of all types of poems about handlebars 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 handlebars.
Premium Member The Tip
... At the end of the river's exhausted reach where swamp firmed into solid ground, there was a place the locals used as a tip. Broken, worn out stuff from clean outs, hoarded household effects......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, childhood, loss, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Without Handlebars
...Come out, come out, taste the bouquet! Flowers smell better tossed with stars; Tonight the fairies will come out to play; Riding the sky without handlebars the Fey’s toadstools delicately ring......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, dream, emotions, flower, stars,
Form: Terza Rima
Premium Member Repost today in honor of my 44th wedding anniversary
...Memorized His T-Shirt Your eyes I’d memorize, emotive brown. I think you memorized those lines, oh you… Tinged pink, the peaks of youth, don’t let me down. You knelt at my curve......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My New Year's Resolution
...My New Year's resolution For twenty twenty-four Is the same old resolution That I made ten times before I vowed to stop eating junk food Like candy and all kinds of chips So, that I c......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Call and Response Poetry Spares
...I quite enjoyed writing these two line poems for the Bantu contest - the idea of the call and response with two different statements but the same sensory response to each line. A bit like a game of M......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, imagination,
Form: Imagism

The Man Who Hung the Stars
... March 19, 2023, is a day I will never forget, You see, that is the day that my Daddy left. Not in the way you may think. For he had gone to Heaven in a blink. ......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, dad, death, family, goodbye,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Movember
...Start to shape a moustache this time of year, handlebars, pencils, or lines from ear to ear, funny grins for volunteers, and charities will remember, a tidy growth every November......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, allusion, giving, hair,
Form: Nonet
She Knew All the Moves
...she knew all the moves Queen's Gambit Sicilian Defense Bura's Desperado Sacrifice with her arms wrapping me we barreled the freeway racing headlong into the wind balanced on two wheels below ......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, love,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member Book of Scars Rondelet
...A book of scars tells the tale of a lively past; A book of scars falling off of my handlebars opens leaving me an outcast; Still, I am who I am if asked; A book of scars.......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, emotions, feelings,
Form: Other
Premium Member Memorized His T-Shirt
...Your eyes I’d memorize, emotive brown. I think you memorized those lines, oh you… Tinged pink, the peaks of youth, don’t let me down. You knelt at my curved knee to tie my shoe. ......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, adventure, love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Letting Go
...It is hard to let go Of the hand you are holding On the first day of school. Or the handlebars of a bike To ride “no-hands”. The wall at the roller rink. The bar of the roller co......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, absence, loss,
Form: Free verse
Dont Call It Anything
...Don't Call it Anything So you write something and call it a poem. Because its is free verse it could also be mistaken for a shopping list, or a set of instructions for assembling a bookshe......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, poetry,
Form: Free verse
A Conversation With Amos On a Bench By the Limerick Bandstand
..."Howdy Amos”, “Howdy Seth” as Amos points to the empty seat Next to him on the bench by the Limerick Town Bandstand. Amos t’aint much for words but he’s a pretty good pointer. “Whatcha doing, Amo......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, nostalgia,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Miracle of Memories
...My breath once scattered seeds of dandelions. I stared in moments lost to grains of sand. Walked among the nighttime stars in wonder; Held golden leaves within my youthful hand. Watched a shoestr......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, adventure, blessing, celebration, happiness,
Form: Rhyme
Dark Child Slam
...Children in the dark Of bitter memoir Are but a spoke in a wheel On a cycle To round and round go But for feet off the pedals Hands off the handlebars Wind in face There happy......Read the rest...
Categories: handlebars, slam,
Form: Free verse

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