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Friends Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Friends Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Friends. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Friends poems written by international poets.

Premium Member It's Party Time

It's party time again, my furry friends!
   Come see the pretty table set for you!
With cups and saucers, teapot- my call sends

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Categories: fun, girl, pets,

Premium Member A Special Birthday
June twelfth, two thousand twelve, a special date
     when all our family had gathered near
to offer tribute and to celebrate,

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Categories: birthday, husband, tribute,

My Virginia Military Institute Poem
To be on a positive note about VMI here is my VMI Poem. 
Pat Boone was in the VMI movie. Sometimes when you
criticize something it...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, analogy,

Am a Wise Old Sage
Traveler in basement they did store;
We will not see him around anymore;
Heard that his life had safely ended,
Which is what supports all intended.

Horses still will...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: history,

God Created Unity and Infinity
God Created Unity and Infinity
God made ships including sea and shore;
Our family and friends who we do adore;
Wonderful wife that children would yield;
Friendly farm...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: allegory, analogy,

A dried leaf
The dried leafs, After all Beauty gone
Some mature roots immature roots all gone
Like mundane world I Ooze before I lift
The faded dancing leaf on Breeze...

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© Hans Boyka  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: 7th grade, absence, abuse,

My Covid Hope
Corona and Covid disrupted this year.
Leaving the world confounded; paralyzed with fear.
Lives lost in droves;too much sorrow to count.
Everyone shrouded under storm clouds of doubt.

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Categories: anxiety, blessing, encouraging, feelings,

Premium Member A Sneeze to Spring
It started with a sniffle one March morn’
When on my car that telltale film appeared
And I knew well this coat it had not worn
For overnight...

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Categories: seasons, spring,

Final Kiss
"What a cruel thing is war: to separate and destroy families and friends, and mar the purest joys and happiness God has granted us in...

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Categories: goodbye, love, war,

Premium Member Her Wedding Day
Her Wedding Day

The spiral staircase made her high heels sing,
while from afar, she heard the church bells ring.
Today, they'd pledge their marriage vows so true;

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Categories: wedding,

Premium Member Fridays
When I was young, my weekends started with
an after-supper bonus Friday nights—
soft drinks and candy bars. We watched one of
three channels while we relished these...

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Categories: career, family, time,

Premium Member Formidable Thoughts
So brittle is our finite life's short stretch.
   Demurely, we spend out our early years.
Immutable at first, we're glad to sketch

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Categories: death, life,

Undo and Redo
If I could go back,
and knew what I know,
I’d change a few things,
and shake up the flow.
I might go to class,
be where I should be,

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Categories: allegory, analogy, old, school,

Premium Member Blue Daisy
Lay forth in front of me my will and soul
To speak of such things to occur are told
I, therefore seek refuge amongst the wild 

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© White Wolf  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: lost love,

Fenced in Grief
A greasy, thin mop of blazing red fire,
Milky complexion with looks so sickly.
Need of hobbies and human friends so dire.
With head low, he walks with...

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Categories: depression, grief, hurt, mental