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Handrail Poems - Poems about Handrail

Handrail Poems - Examples of all types of poems about handrail 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 handrail.
Premium Member Velvet Glove Compartment
...Age defiant was this spruce and spirited citizen slinking blithely past the burgundy red doors of her enigmatic country dwelling. As her olive skin neatly curved fingers slid over an intermittentl......Read More
Categories: handrail, adventure, age, birth, celebration,
Form: Prose

...A wild night tucked-up riding a storm in my bed. Late digested cheese and crackers are crumbs in my head that now tumble like rocks in a landslide. Spumy sprays of dawn crash upon my toss ......Read More
Categories: handrail, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Curse
...Beads of sweat roll down my back, Feeling sick I nearly yack. Body quivers, hands now shake Tremors of my bodily earthquake. Heard my name; I've been called Stairs handrail I tightly hold. I ......Read More
Categories: handrail, fear,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member All the More Poignant
...a baseball hides in shadows on the landing glove and bat nowhere to be seen a football perches oddly on the top step helmet and shoes sprawled across the handrail cries of 'nice cut,' 'home......Read More
Categories: handrail, baseball, football, memory, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Final Word - With Apologies To Edgar Allan Poe
...The man wore motley, so I whacked him... Hello, my charming neighbor; How you grace me with your wit. You’ve really got the spirit And I like your costume’s fit. What’s that? No, I’ve had pl......Read More
Categories: handrail, gothic, literature,
Form: Lyric

Premium Member Cautious Optimism
...Human foot-traffic is flowing along slightly faster than 2020, but most signs clearly read, "Please ......Read More
Categories: handrail, world,
Form: Verse
Scar, Revised
...I had seen the train leave the station I had said goodbye, for the last time A cold day in autumn, I decided to do some cleaning Putting summer away, preparing for winter I found a grey woolen ha......Read More
Categories: handrail, beautiful, cat, courage, fire,
Form: Free verse
The Turth About Childbirth
...It's claim To fame Is pain. Through this we gain An heir. There Is nothing like it to compare. To break the chain Of some thing this intense I need to completely Relax mentally, physically......Read More
Categories: handrail, adventure, appreciation, beauty, education,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Forever
...I am empty of tears nor will welcome again my wounded wonderings each night up the staircase to my despair drunk on the elixir of my pain love ended and we will go with it when I stare down th......Read More
Categories: handrail, sad,
Form: Free verse
A List of How I Feel Kahlo Inside
...There are at least two Fridas I think one might be me We both almost died Broken similarly Her spine collarbone ribs pelvis and a dislocated shoulder eleven fractures in her right leg he......Read More
Categories: handrail, art, body, me,
Form: List
Another Attempt To Conjecture How I Came Tubby Me
...This aggrieved papa of two progeny, (female) holed himself in a rigorously fortified fail safe impregnable invisible monastery barely room enough to exhale decades before their conception, w......Read More
Categories: handrail, baby, desire, education, fire,
Form: Bio
A Family That Gained Peace
...Long time ago; in an African land In a house whose walls with fine flannelette sheets Whose roof was well made A house whose floor was well tiled Lived a family that known no peace A family t......Read More
Categories: handrail, africa, character, conflict,
Form: ABC
Broken Sparrows
...The seasons passed beyond the glass doors I could see in detail each of their days As I wheeled my chair forward- No one day remained the same You can always find some difference Mirrored by cho......Read More
Categories: handrail, bird, blessing, friendship, happiness,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Never Again
...The staircase to a bedroom of lies creaks, with worn out balusters from the palms of lovers that shook the handrail as they climbed...trapped with a honey smile beneath eyes of desire offere......Read More
Categories: handrail, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Chasing the Seas
...Why I agreed, I’m not really sure Others had pressed me, gave me a brochure Ready or not, I’m off to Jamaica Look Mon, have fun, it’s a piece of cake-a Don’t worry, be happy is their favorite son......Read More
Categories: handrail, adventure, travel,
Form: Acrostic

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