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Hurried Poems - Poems about Hurried

Hurried Poems - Examples of all types of poems about hurried 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 hurried.
The Return Gift - Nursery Rhyme
...Chinnu, the chipmunk got a gift, a corn, from her best friend, Hugo, the hippo. She planned to eat the tasty corn soon, and meet Hugo the next afternoon to give him a large pear that she’d st......Read More
Categories: hurried, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme

Had my eye on her for a while
...There's a pretty little filly, had my eyes on for a while. She walks like a true lady, with eyes that beguile. I saw her first one morning, running to keep fit I was interested straight away, my h......Read More
Categories: hurried, race,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hero
...I had helped them form their basketball team TBC, (Stood for The Basketball Crew) Uniforms and registry. A group of eager ten-year-olds all in it for fun. All extra happy because that day ......Read More
Categories: hurried, baseball,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Deep IV
...The Most Ancient of Days The Most Ancient of Days woke suddenly… eyes wide open Sweating he sat up, got up, and began pacing the floor. ‘Unbelievable’ he muttered As he paced back and forth ......Read More
Categories: hurried, adventure, change, conflict, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Cemetery
...Snow fell lightly that February day. So many mourners hurried fast away. I was well dressed. I did not mind the snow, And though the north wind blew, I felt aglow. 'T was a long time since a......Read More
Categories: hurried, death, emotions,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member Blue Light Special in Aisle Three
...valentines shopper, there is a blue light special in Aisle Three Gloria had no idea what this announcement could be. but she raced to three to see toilet paper on sale for $1.95. she tossed in two......Read More
Categories: hurried, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
When You Can't Sleep
... When you can't sleep let your mind crawl into a body that has wings. A bird would be best, one lifted high on a slow turn, wheeling way above the earth, riding a wind being warmed by a risin......Read More
Categories: hurried, bird, sleep,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Death
..." The distance traveled, the lifetime spent hurried times unraveled without lament "...Poet As each sun sets I'm a day closer to death I find these days are a more precious breath The da......Read More
Categories: hurried, death,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Tom And Terry - At Milton Creek
...[My recent poem ‘The Dimly Lit House’ received a Comment from Charles Messina that it could be a Tom and Jerry episode… what can I say? Something went ‘Ping!’] * Milto......Read More
Categories: hurried, cat, western,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ignoring Schism
... The schism is forgotten on this day. Our insanity is hurried by the sun's sway. We stroll on the rocks without a coast. Clouds hurriedly come into view impost. When it rains, it......Read More
Categories: hurried, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member I shoulda seen it comin
...I rushed home from the office, my breath I could not catch. Hurried to log onto the internet to see if I had a match. You see I was tired of being alone, my single days are not fun. Dating wasn’t ......Read More
Categories: hurried, internet, loneliness,
Form: Rhyme
Sun Worship
... The breeze, gentle, caresses vulnerable skin As the sun, golden, penetrates exposed breast She surrenders, gladly, all held tight within Face soft aglow, with ease, clad in sunlight cr......Read More
Categories: hurried, sun, wind,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I am at Peace
...The yellow lambent moon sent its rays across the shimmering sea. A balmy breeze moved the waves in a rolling fashion towards the beach. Crabs hurried and dived into the foam. Distant horns soun......Read More
Categories: hurried, love, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member An Ear To Listen
... An ear to listen But do you hear All these philosophers speaking Here and there Rushed hurried A writen word spoken Ingrained perhaps A rusted wheel broken Sweet knowledge O wisdom......Read More
Categories: hurried, devotion, god, humanity, literature,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Stared down by the Shoebill Stork
...I was standing next to an African swamp the other day When the wing span of a dynamo spread a shadow my way It covered my body length, and I was lying down flat. I said to my husband “What do you ......Read More
Categories: hurried, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Quatrain

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