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Homonyms Poems - Poems about Homonyms

Homonyms Poems - Examples of all types of poems about homonyms 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 homonyms.
Premium Member I Didn't Know That
..."I Didn't Know That" I didn’t know that A Be couldn’t sting Or that a Bee was not a B. I’m confused. I didn’t know that I should No better Or that Know was not a No. I’m confused. I ......Read More
Categories: homonyms, confusion, funny, language, light,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Musks
... *Image of Elon Musk & Brut by Wiki & Unilever. The Musks Homonyms, closeness or likeness, name or smell, be all there, creates vanishing impetus, Twit byes and scents to air. ......Read More
Categories: homonyms, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Likeness ssenekiL: Part 2
... *Image of Many Meanings by KWC. Likeness ssenekiL: Part 2 (HOMONYMS: Homophones & Homographs) The batter's foul ball killed a fowl that later caused a foul......Read More
Categories: homonyms, word play,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Likeness ssenekiL: Part 1
... *Image of Many Meanings by KWC. Likeness ssenekiL: Part 1 (HOMONYMS: Homophones & Homographs) He'll heal his heel. They sow so they sew...Read More
Categories: homonyms, word play,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Heeling Mephistopheles
... "Heeling Mephistopheles" murdering crows flies in on the bow of a Stradivarius strange webs cleared from the mind of Machiavellian insolence insisting life......Read More
Categories: homonyms, muse,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member What are words - A Florilegium poem
...What are words other than coffin nails be? Who does it belong to when it rails me? An empty vessel at best that bails thee. Lend me your ear and draw your heart near; my words might seer, but h......Read More
Categories: homonyms, analogy, emotions, literature, metaphor,
Form: Other
Premium Member Brocken spectre - A Florilegium poem
...The root word for religion is not kind – Latin verb that means to tie or to bind – as it tends to play tricks on anyone’s mind. For some, the edicts lash; they merc......Read More
Categories: homonyms, introspection, poetry, religion,
Form: Other
Premium Member A Litany of Poetry Devices
... The truthful liar mesmerized no one Even his most fervent followers fell short. We watched his interchanges which seemed crazy, And his bragging and grandiose plans abort. His love seemed wr......Read More
Categories: homonyms, poems, poetess, poetry, poets,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Beautiful Sunny Day - Poetic Devices
... 1. Today, the weather feels like heaven's bliss! 2. The balmy breeze and beautiful soft blue 3. of sky above so makes m......Read More
Categories: homonyms, beautiful, day,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member We Are Poems
... WE ARE POEMS We are poems by design, clever rhythmic sounding rhymes. Doing exactly what we do, lengthy wit or wise Haiku. Sometimes we are homonyms or beautiful sounds of synonyms. ......Read More
Categories: homonyms, poems, poetess, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Welcome to the Feast
...A hearty welcome to the feast. I’m your host, the rhyming beast. Great dishes I’ve prepared for you. Please try each one on the menu. Start out with the parodoxes in these pizza looking boxes. ......Read More
Categories: homonyms, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Homonyms
...Homonyms are words with Two meanings that we know, Words like gross and match and light, And pile and park and row, Your boat out deep into the river But be careful what you drink, Because ......Read More
Categories: homonyms, 9th grade, humorous, poetry,
Form: Quatrain
... HIC, A HIC, TYBURN ~~~~~~~~~~~ Windy, Windy, Whiney, Winey. A day down a windy, windy road, okay, me a whiney, winey toad! ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Homonyms: ......Read More
Categories: homonyms, wind, wine,
Form: Tyburn
...I admit it. I’m a Lexophile. I’m likely on some list! If there’s a play on words somewhere, I really can’t resist. A twist of phrase, a brutal pun, or the turn of a sonnet fine, Will fill my soul......Read More
Categories: homonyms, humorous, word play,
Form: Light Verse
... They’re having their tea over there, To have two cups too, We’re going to wear our cloths, where? I don’t really mean to be mean, So tear your tear away, Aren’t homophones and homonyms, A fun......Read More
Categories: homonyms, confusion,
Form: Light Verse

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