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Hoards Poems - Poems about Hoards

Hoards Poems - Examples of all types of poems about hoards 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 hoards.
Voice of the Raiders
...Word-hoards fall from mouth-cups out along roads, out along seas: faith migrates; sayings run away; verbs escape; nouns meander as memes in other tongues. Invaders’ words intrude on empires, s......Read More
Categories: hoards, words,
Form: Free verse



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...My poor old body is sagging, My arthritic feet are dragging My skin is dry, and my mouth What has not gone west It has now gone south My memory is fading fast I think I am living in the past, ......Read More
Categories: hoards, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Far Beyond Hereafter Part One
...Team leader Renee peered out of her faux gold window around a pulsing Friday noon. “Almost like we’re puppets of each other down there. Maybe everywhere?” Albert, her partner and co-worker were......Read More
Categories: hoards, city, color, dream, humor,
Form: Prose
October Evening
...October evening, gold and gray Storm clouds gather up above Winds will whisper, trees will sway With barn owls and with mourning doves October evening, gray and gold Soon the lantern shall be ......Read More
Categories: hoards, autumn, halloween, nature, october,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ants Ants Ants
...In every crevice where I look Every cranny, every nook Creeping, crawling in their hoards It’s my world they head towards Swarming over every leaf Numbers that defy belief Out of holes, from......Read More
Categories: hoards, angst, humorous, insect,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member War Whores
...The bedrock of war is the ego of greed. When flocks of takers swoop down on the meek. Savage hearted beings are born every second. Leading their flock to the twin summits of.. hopelessness and......Read More
Categories: hoards, animal, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member August - Flaming August
...Ants in their hoards creeping, crawling Ugly bugs swarm round their nest Grubs eat my veg without warning Under ground, moles are a pest So okay, at least I won......Read More
Categories: hoards, august,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member The Elephantipede
... The Elephantipede ( as introduced in ‘The Tigerilla’. Have you ever heard about the elephantipede A very mixed up creature which it’s commonly agreed If mother nature tried ......Read More
Categories: hoards, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Face of the City
...(This is the image of a semi urban city of India) The glow of a late Autumn Sunset, Gleams over the dense city streets. Rushing wheels and honking horns, Halt awhile for the traffic signs. T......Read More
Categories: hoards, city, community, moving on,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dragons
...Dragons are fabled beasts of myth and lore, and yet, some say they lived in the far past. And they were noble creatures at their core; or so said every mage I've ever asked. They slept up......Read More
Categories: hoards, animal, fantasy, feelings, hyperbole,
Form: Sonnet
Sent Sun
...I’m the patient while these words are like my doctor/ Find the grace and style to please hoards jarred like nectar/ Wined by the taste and trial to ease an orange barred sector/ I’m defined by the......Read More
Categories: hoards, art, beautiful, cheer up,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Muse In Default
...Far from the din of madding crowd, Away from the bustle of city life I withdrew into a solitary spot, To turn my thoughts into dazzling verse. Shelley and Shakespeare came in view, Emily and Eli......Read More
Categories: hoards, inspiration, muse, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To Garrison
...To some, a Garrison is a strong fort (Or troops encamped inside, an armed cohort). Or thoughts might turn to a centurion: A leader of the many soon to come. To Gwen and Garrett, he's the first-......Read More
Categories: hoards, birthday, grandson,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Cornish Hen
... Stuffed Cornish game hen for the hoards of kin: we’ll eat till we’re stuffed, then do it again. ......Read More
Categories: hoards, family, food, thanksgiving,
Form: Rubai
Proletarians To the Fore
...Arm to arm, sinews clutch One another, makes friend and crutch; One crimson call, which guidance brought The feeble, stern: the working lot To stand much greater, taller, strong Filled with hope......Read More
Categories: hoards, class, work,
Form: Free verse

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