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Hardwood Poems - Poems about Hardwood

Hardwood Poems - Examples of all types of poems about hardwood 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 hardwood.
Premium Member If It Were The Last Dance
... A Tale of The Last Dance It was the last dance ever Orders from the Kingdom Co......Read More
Categories: hardwood, dance,
Form: Rhyme

How to Feel When Your House Burns Down
...How to Feel When Your House Burns Down The home you are raised in is a mother tongue. I was four when it was built, an age when innocence turns river water and all that lives within to blood. Fi......Read More
Categories: hardwood, fear, fire, longing, loss,
Form: Sestina
two of cups
...Reading Thomas More at a bar in Prospect Park, when she said “Do you have an extra pen?” That tarot reading didn’t last long I don’t even particularly believe in that kind of witchcraft but ......Read More
Categories: hardwood, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Where I stood
...Immeasurable is the growth possible in being understood An acorn takes decades to produce usable hardwood A pupil of hard lessons am I, just as anyone else should Professors in my life range from ......Read More
Categories: hardwood, care, metaphor, strength, tree,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member it's all downhill
...PS Muse inspiration: Corey Bryan it's all downhill, Dilly Dally Come take a stride with me, a to b Actually, let me make that more tempting Let's be onions rolling down the hill Or ......Read More
Categories: hardwood, word play,
Form: Rhyme

to be a root vegetable
...have you ever wondered what life could be if you never had to sweep another hardwood floor? never had to fold another fitted sheet? i had a dream where i was a carrot; wrapped in loamy l......Read More
Categories: hardwood, food, fun,
Form: Free verse
notes on my parents
...My parents have been married for thirty years at least. Probably more than that but I don’t want you to think I’m being hyperbolic. There’s a lot you can learn in that amount of time. My father has......Read More
Categories: hardwood, father, love, mother,
Form: Free verse
for my father
...When I think of my father my heart starts beating in time with his 7 A.M. footsteps on hardwood floors. His image rests in the second chamber of my heart. If I could shrink you down and put y......Read More
Categories: hardwood, love, parents,
Form: Free verse
the last mimzy
...When she was in the second grade the clouds were ivory castles in the sky & bugs were for collecting instead of stomping & fireflies were lighthouses for bees, her wizened maths and grammar teac......Read More
Categories: hardwood, childhood, imagination, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
...A man once laughed at a clown Who turned his whole world upside down Red noses took over his door Even covering his nice hardwood floor So, the man tried to clean On, boy was that clown mean Ma......Read More
Categories: hardwood, conflict,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fleeing Unseeing
...Last night I dreamt of them Fleeing under the cover of darkness Liars, adulterers, murderers and thieves Terrified of the monsters on their heels They flew into an abandoned house and began push......Read More
Categories: hardwood, evil, horror, imagination, magic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Give Me My Illusions
...It gives me comfort to believe the ivory billed woodpecker exists Somewhere in dense swampland in the bowels of Louisiana Where people do not often go, for it is a beauty. Largest woodpecker in th......Read More
Categories: hardwood, bird,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member THE FALL
...With apologies to Albert Camus I once was a circus strongman, Sovereign of midway spectacles. I wore a leopard-skin loincloth And a lion-claw necklace. My club was seasoned hardwood. I proudl......Read More
Categories: hardwood, allegory, life,
Form: Burlesque
..."From deep within my heart I always catch the scent Of my beloved. How can I help but follow the fragrance? ~ Rumi There is something in you that I see that churns the calmness of my mind'......Read More
Categories: hardwood, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member reticence
...‘tap, tap, tap’ your petite knuckles gently attacking my door - I envision their French-painted nails dancing in the shine of the hallway light like a row of bishops bowing to the Pope (your......Read More
Categories: hardwood, break up,
Form: Free verse

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