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Homophone Poems - Poems about Homophone

Homophone Poems - Examples of all types of poems about homophone 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 homophone.
Premium Member The Vision More Rare
..."The opposite worldviews of Reality and romance attract not -- the base of the former being Facts." -- epistemology, the scientific theory of Knowledge, as opposed to "just a theory" * ......Read More
Categories: homophone, pain,
Form: Sonnet

Loved By Him
... Life is wonderful when you're by faith led, Giving you hope when heart's heavy as lead; Trust in God, He knows the count of your hair, Let Him guide, don't be a fidgety hare; Lean on ......Read More
Categories: homophone, faith, god, love,
Form: Couplet
A Parody of Homophones
...Come sale with me my suite suite rows, Wheel flea together in corn rose, I am your mussel soleful night, Who byes you flours every knight. Let’s sing suite melodies til’ horse, Astride our whe......Read More
Categories: homophone, fun, funny love, humor,
Form: Quatrain
Homophone Love
...Each night I told you, “Dinner is served sharply at eight.” But it was my heart on which you dined, that you ate. I was never first, was never your number one, just another bedpost notch, a trophy......Read More
Categories: homophone, analogy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Homophone Me
...There once was a robin who flew somewhat strangely down my chimney flue. When I asked if she missed due to morn's heavy mist, she said, "That, plus I'm fighting the flu". Unhappy with how much......Read More
Categories: homophone, humor, words,
Form: Limerick

Premium Member In the End
..."There is nothing to fear, except the persistent refusal to find out the truth." Dorothy Thompson In the middle of the dark night Even in his heart, fear gripped the knight There......Read More
Categories: homophone, imagination,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Triplet
...TRIPLET Which I wish to TELL is fact not at all TALE. ‘Comet grows a TAIL’. ‘Ship or boat to SAIL.’ ......Read More
Categories: homophone, 7th grade, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Life's Light
... My thoughts have been laid bare Sometimes prickly as an old bear My dreams have been made right It is their joy of which I often write My feelings are always on board Never late ......Read More
Categories: homophone, appreciation, christian, hope, inspirational,
Form: Couplet
The Fate
...It was another lonely night Since she was waiting for a knight Her back was leaning on a board She was so idle and so bored But she was hopeful about her fate She did not want to lose her......Read More
Categories: homophone, fun, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Newbie Hunter
...A newbie hunter told his bride he would go out all on his own to catch a deer. He said, “I’ll be close by in the deep wood.” She said, “Goodbye. I wish you luck, my dear.” He looked about and f......Read More
Categories: homophone, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Bone To Pick
... Humorous? This could be one; rhyming rules are numerous, jumping through hoops nearly fun as bumping your humerus… An Ae Freislighe, an Irish quatrain with abab and 2-sy......Read More
Categories: homophone, humorous, writing,
Form: Other
A Knight's One Night
Categories: homophone, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Painting the Seasons
...Spring soothes with a gentle rain With blushing blooms we once knew Fragrant flowers will then reign and everything becomes new Summer bakes with sizzling days Many enjoy time at the bea......Read More
Categories: homophone, seasons, snow,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member An Innocent Fatherless Boy
...A young lady was wickedly chased by a man with intentions not holy. Though once so incredibly chaste, her innocence now was not wholly. He cleverly seduced with a carrot, this man; self-describe......Read More
Categories: homophone, betrayal, lust,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Meandering Ode
...Old Bald Frog and a toad named Ander saw Sally wander down by the road. Said Frog, "Now Sally, me and Ander been wondering where you do meander?" Now, Ander was a three-toed toad, had four befor......Read More
Categories: homophone, nursery rhyme,
Form: Ode

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