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Harland Poems - Poems about Harland

Harland Poems - Examples of all types of poems about harland 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 harland.

...Global pride! Greatest story-theme worldwide! Oceanic! Voyage liner - Atlantic! British cruise ship! Titanic! Born in the yard of Harland and Wolf! Floated to venture! Who did ever dream of a dead......Read More
Categories: harland, adventure, beauty, boat, fear,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Colonel Harland David Sanders
...Colonel Harland David Sanders To people's palates he panders KFC sell great fried chicken So good, it’s really finger lickin! Celebrity or Famous Person Clerihew Poetry Contest S......Read More
Categories: harland, business, food, fun,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member On His Way To the Good Home
...Harland had had enough Twenty-three years of racing Twelve years of giving children rides on his back. Today his master said there would be no more rides. They were giving him a good home. He fed......Read More
Categories: harland, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Personification
Premium Member My Great Grandma Mccormick
...My great grandmother had about 49 children, so she also, probably never slept at night. They were a large happy-go-lucky farm family, so somebody had to do those great big chores, right? My own gra......Read More
Categories: harland, grandmother, grandparents, heaven,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Colonel Harland Sanders
...COLONEL HARLAND SANDERS BY James Edward Lee Sr. COLONEL HARLAND SANDERSMade seasoned pressured-fried chicken Made in his restaurant original or crispy Served with a bisket and not Dunkin Donu......Read More
Categories: harland, appreciation, food,
Form: Clerihew

Premium Member Rms Titanic
...Built by Harland and Wolff in the shipyard's of Belfast A luxurious giant ship that they built to last An Olympic class liner of the White Star Line No expense was spared; she was grand and......Read More
Categories: harland, natural disasters,
Form: Narrative