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Dream House Poems

These Dream House poems are examples of House poems about Dream. These are the best examples of House Dream poems written by international poets.


There is no escape from the house of the dead
In a barren apocalyptic landscape,
under a withered, bare, and grossly malformed weeping willow tree.
Lies a lone stone which reads: There is no escape From the...

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Categories: house, black love, death, desire,



Premium Member The House Down The Road
A tad over three blocks down Merion Lane
on the left is, an idyllic Cape Cod.
I must've passed it a thousand times
my own picturesque, perfect, postcard...

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© Greg Gaul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: house, dream, home, image, lost

Our Dream
In our first years together we bought a caravan
The living conditions weren't ideal but we had a plan
We moved around a bit so the Council...

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Categories: house, child, devotion, dream, love,

This Old House
They've said, life is hidden in these walls
 with images of spirits that walk these halls,
bodies now ghosts that slipped away a lifetime or two...

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© DM Babbit  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: house, change, future, time,

Babyliss in Acid
You are a hole in my head —
when I look inside, I see a dentist's drill 
grinding sweetly against my hippocampus
and it must have hit...

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Categories: house, addiction, death, imagery, pain,



Premium Member Behind the Yellow Door

Looking out at the old oak  tree in my front yard today, I see myself as she is, stripped of all my former beauty...

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Categories: family, house, life,

Premium Member There For Me
Looking back, one thing comes clean-glass clear
you were always there for me subduing every fear.

I tried to do my duty, be a husband strong and...

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Categories: house, 12th grade, character, hope,

Premium Member Scenes From Childhood

"How sweet tom the heart are the scenes of my childhood.
Samuel Woodworth (1785 - 1842).


as a child I lived near a railway track,
when train travel...

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© Beth Evans  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: house, childhood, day, happy, heart,

Premium Member Dream Doctrine
I remember all my houses.
I relive all my homes.
I conjure, cottage conscious,
my dreamscape flickering poems.

I easily abide the dream doctrine.
I rub grainy textures, 
the memory...

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Categories: dream, extended metaphor, house,

Premium Member The House and Senate
The House and Senate
By Franklin Price
08/30/2020

What are the House and Senate?
Who are the people there?
Who sent them up to Washington?
Are they there for States to...

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Categories: house, america, political,

Relatively creaking
My house has got arthritis,
it is seventy years old,
and symptoms become noticeable
when the weather's turning cold.
The kitchen door starts moaning
as I go in and out,
the...

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© Viv Wigley  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: house,

The House Always Wins

Once there was a purpose
a dream of what might become
once there was a prophecy
given to someone
once there was a story
bold and sure within the tale
but...

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Categories: house, evil,

THE HOUSE OF MY DREAMS


    




 My dreamed house
was made with inspiration ...
 I changed clay bricks,
i used verses...
In place of cement,
poetry...
The doors were
borrowed from sonnets,
the...

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Categories: house, allegory, art, creation, dream,

Premium Member house cats
a window to a house cat
is like a lottery ticket to a poor man
they both know they're never going
to get to where they think they...

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Categories: house, life,

Premium Member I Zombie, Part XI: The Missing
The house is empty
Not a home now, just a house
Without you with me

Feels like a bad dream
From which I may not awake 
Forever it seems

Your...

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Categories: house, addiction, allusion, analogy, mental