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Hello Poems | Examples of Hello Poetry

Hello Poems - Examples of all types of hello poetry to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous poem examples for hello.

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Premium Member Let Go
Let Go The last tiny leaf... waits at the end of the branch. Below, there are several feet to fall, and then there is a river; the Green. The cold of winter has long set in, and the...Read More
Categories: hello, addiction, appreciation, grief, heartbreak,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Pleased to Meet Your Acquaintance
Hello my name is Marilda McQueen. You were not invited. Please return to your ship. Politeness rules in this land of fools. Howdy do Marilda. I am Tom Twiddlepacker. I am taking over Earth and your...Read More
Categories: hello,
Form: Light Verse
On the 4th day of Feb
For several years now her incredible talent I looked upon with awe As gradually across the sea we felt a bond both her and me We felt a true affinity As if somehow we’d met before Over the years with laughter and tears Good friends...Read More
Categories: friendship, hello, poets, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
I come before you loud Whispers my breath I embrace you hard holding your tight From chest to chest So close to my skin to me You are my thoughts We are one we overcome The statics...Read More
Categories: analogy, appreciation, hello, humanity,
Form: Free verse
Soldiering On
The dead never get to say goodbye, as they charge across the line Finality left to those who live, still victimized by time The dead never get to say hello, a bust that’s now recast Their sacrifice a milepost —beyond the futurepast (Valley...Read More
Categories: death, goodbye, hello,
Form: Rhyme

Haiku's temple 55
Haiku moment:- oh! yes or no....Read More
Categories: adventure, hello, rainbow,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Be my hero
It doesn't take much to make a day matter Just a sweet smile or a simple hello can make a difference Because every minute of every hour somewhere out there...Read More
Categories: hello, smile,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member portions
Across the lakes Through frozen flakes They come in storm, Whose breath be warm To change a freeze Into a tenderness, To fall and splatter, With applause To somehow matter; Offer cause, Hard against the clotheslines of...Read More
Categories: birth, good morning, hello,
Form: Prose Poetry
Hello morning the seasons dawn rise up, rise up sun it's time for the Moon to sleep Sleep on, sleep on moon Till the dawn of dusk until the night Just dawn until then morning rise...Read More
Categories: hello, analogy, good morning, good
Form: Free verse
The Dancing Personification of Pizza
Hello my name is Pizza It's me you wants tuh eatsa You want with lotsa meatsa? The fave of the Tsaritza!...Read More
Categories: hello, dance, food, giggle, happy,
Form: Quatrain
hallows hopelessly hesitates a hearty hoarse "hello"~ 12/24/20 Written words by James Edward Lee Sr © 2020...Read More
Categories: analogy, hello, silence,
Form: Alliteration
Sky, why are thou angry so much? Growling at my soul this much I feel it's comfort as such I put my hand to feel the touch Pita pata rain drops to the ground Don't care it is squared or...Read More
Categories: emotions, happy, hello, how
Form: Rhyme
Christmas Neighbor
I passed my Christmas neighbor walking tarrying to all And nodded fast for certainty that he'd be reached for all That when we went to go our way we'd always have our love When everywhere we went that day was not for...Read More
Categories: hello, analogy, appreciation, blessing, character,
Form: Quatrain
That Walk
I watched her about a block or so away walking toward me her wheat blown hair wth silver strands tossed about by the brisk northern wind and that walk walk that only she knew with a quick gait bouncing from side to side I noticed her...Read More
Categories: friendship, hello, loss, love,
Form: Prose
It has bee a long time since I have written, Poetry for me must be "Inspirationally " smitten. I have been writing a short story or two, I fear that they are not yet...Read More
Categories: absence, confusion, hello, miss
Form: Couplet

Specific Types of Hello Poems

Definition | What is Hello in Poetry?