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Hello Poems

Hello Poems. Read and share great examples of poetry about hello. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets on PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for hello.

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Saving herself for the right man in her life
as she prays always from day to night
God, please send me the right man that is right for me
as I seek your grace and seeks destiny
one day soon the right man shall...Read More
Categories: hello, blessing, christian, faith, friendship, marriage, true love,
Form: Free verse

Life, The Great Fight

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Categories: hello, courage, death, life,
Form: Verse
Premium Member An Early Winter Morning
An Early Winter Morning

The freezing
winter morning
greeted us
with its chilling hello;

Above, a glowing full moon
reflected the coming heat 
of the day—the sun’s
golden shadow at the horizon;

What a way 
cosmic nature imitates 
earthy life—full moon hanging 
around—waiting for old man sun 
to...Read More
Categories: hello, analogy, metaphor, moon, morning, sun, winter, word
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A Beautiful Hallows Eve
the trees smiled a hello to the October moon
round and clever, sweetly formed, and forever ready
She peeked in on them with her open heart,
giving them her best self, knowing them cosmically
they seemed less alone now, less fearful, more confident
A wolf’s...Read More
Categories: hello, moon, october,
Form: Blank verse
Teeter totter
Teeter totter

This is my voice, writing from within too without
For a long time, I wasn't listening to my soul.
I was wearing shoes to protect 
From the stones and the mud and the bugs in the grass.
I was afraid of feeling...Read More
Categories: hello, love,
Form: I do not know?

Premium Member neighbors
breeze whispers hello

magnolia blush sighs greeting

            ~~ morning awakens


Peace people; chill then pause. Proceed intentionally....Read More
Categories: hello, joy, morning, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Butterfly Girl
She arrived at the garage sale 
wearing a feathered headdress 
She wore a rainbow tutu
Her tights matched her faerie wings

She said hello to all of us
Delighted with everything
We gave her more than she bought
Loving her enthusiastic thank yous

...Read More
Categories: hello, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th grade,
Form: Free verse
Hello friends and future friends. I hope my 
choice of my poetic form is totally absurd. 
I don't even know what an Epithalamium is; 
so if you are looking for this form, I'm sorry 
to disappoint. I haven't posted in...Read More
Categories: hello, muse,
Form: Epithalamium
Hello my brothers
Hello my sisters
We who are strong must be considerate 
We who are strong must be
of those who are sensitive 
of those who are sensitive 
bout things like this.
The strong should always
Bare the affirmatives of the weak
And in...Read More
Categories: hello, analogy, appreciation, blessing, engagement, humanity,
Form: Lyric
Wish to see

Looked back to him;
Looking at me with a smile…

Mind says don’t ignore;
It’s starting of something great.
This is the moment of truth….

Let the small talk begins;
Who knows it may bring happiness…
No judging …. Let’s know more;

Wish to see how he speaks;
What’s...Read More
Categories: hello, truth,
Form: Verse
The day has run its course
The sun and moon
Change shifts as stars
Illuminate the sky.
Deep in thought as I
Comfortably rest,
My holographic world
Takes hold as
Hypothalamus gears downshift
To easy rider smooth
Cruise mode and I drift
Off to sleep.
My spirit rises freely as
I look back...Read More
Categories: hello, dream, feelings, sleep, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ART OF FALLING

Art of falling atop roses,
Bedroom scented with vanilla...
Come Sweetheart! That’s for later,
Dear! Romance me with terms of
Endearment, sudden
Fear of falling in love all over again.
Gaiety of candlelight...I’m your sprite,
“Hello, over here…,” 
I wiggle my fingers coquettishly.
Just you wait for dessert..wink.
Keep...Read More
Categories: hello, sensual,
Form: Abecedarian
Premium Member Winter Walk
I walk the garden run
   in the icy chill of winter sun,
 where flowers once bloomed in their colorful glow
   but now sleep silently beneath the snow;
clear and ever on the move alone
   the...Read More
Categories: hello, winter, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Free Verse
Ernilando L. Tugaff

Hello Cupid, how are you?
Did you bring your bow and arrow?
How is the mischievous and winged child of love?
Be careful as you pierce one's heart to fall in love.

Please don't aim that to me
I am an old...Read More
Categories: beauty, heart, hello, hurt, mythology,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hello Tan, it's me, Dad
Hello Tan, it’s me, Dad
Memories flood my mind since you've been gone
Hearing your voice in my head lingers on
Fun times when we made lemon pound cake together
I could always confide in you, you made things better

Hello Tan, it’s me, Dad
I...Read More
Categories: hello, father, goodbye, grief,
Form: Rhyme
2019-nCoV another flu
Hello, guys! am I new to you?
Don't be scared I am  just a virus
I came to the human cycle recently 
As some Chinese eat wild animal 

Come on! Let's tell you something 
About my attitude toward people 
Even some...Read More
Categories: hello, allegory, care, engagement, farewell, health,
Form: Personification
Puffinus puffinus
Historical crooner, troll-like in burrows

your eerie cries are supernatural.


Lacking red, yellow and orange

but you shear the air to make up for it.


I walked a few steps around your island once. Got

so tired in a day with sandwiches and...Read More
Categories: hello, animal, environment, flying, inspirational, magic, ocean, world,
Form: Free verse
Special Needs Parent
A note to all the new parents of special needs babies?
Hello New Mom,
Congratulations, you are now part of a world where there is exquisite beauty.
Along with that beauty will come a hardship few can expound on. You are in the...Read More
Categories: hello, parents,
Form: Ballade
Award Won By My Lord
Award Won By My Lord

We would open envelope with a sword;
Read name receiving Academy Award;
Bible also read;
Good news spread;
Gave an Emmy graciously to my Lord.

Jim Horn

About Lord had made a movie show,
And to see everyone wanted to go;
Each scene saw,
Down...Read More
Categories: hello, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Unsolicited messages
I know that you got my message
So why did you not reply 
Please don't tell me you're busy 
Cause that is not an excuse
I wasn't checking but you were online
Probably texting another guy 
You saw my status don't deny 
And...Read More
Categories: hello, anxiety, betrayal, change, depression, feelings, for her,
Form: Free verse
Anti Establishmentarian - hashtags himself as antithetical
Anti Establishmentarian - hashtags himself as antithetical

I stand, (albeit figuratively) athwart
current mainstream popular opinions concluded
(i.e. swirling) within
metaphorical eddies storied Senate high court
case in point constituting acquittal regarding

good and plenti jinxed 
high crimes and misdemeanors
purportedly linkedin quid pro quo
president Donald John...Read More
Categories: hello, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, betrayal,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member Long Distance
Year 1968
2:00 AM
Very late
Ring Ring
It was the phone
I hesitate
Maybe it would stop
Ring Ring
I guess not
Leaving the bed
Shuffling to the living room
I answered the phone
Put the handset to my head
Came the voice of a little girl
Age about five
Sweet...Read More
Categories: hello, death, heaven, life, onomatopoeia, scary, spiritual,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Hold onto memories
Pink and orange colored streaks are in the sky
Black silhouettes of mountains surround me
As the night says hello and sun says goodbye
Another day passed, quality time with a friend
Time goes so fast, swallowed quickly by the air
It can never be...Read More
Categories: hello, appreciation, friendship, memory, time,
Form: Rhyme
Jim Crow's Demise
Hello. I was born after the Civil War. My name is Jim Crow.  I was not a real individual, but rather a caricature designed to berate, distort, and ridicule an entire race of people. I represented a system, behind...Read More
Categories: hello, america, history, race,
Form: Personification
Shadows of the Pysch

Why do I solemn seldom lie,
and stare upon the ceiling high?
While earth rotates within the sky,
I simply, softly, dryly cry.

The clock strikes twelve long daunting chimes,
shadows distort which once were mimes.
Silhouettes boast in dance and rhyme,
they pierce my thoughts, disrupt...Read More
Categories: hello, anxiety, fear, mental illness, pain, psychological,
Form: Rhyme Royal