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Home Iambic Pentameter Poems

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

Is it ok for Miss Lizzy to talk
about the taboo

truth What sexuality really means
to a woman like

me and love sex as much as men that...

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Categories: society,

A Walk to St Mary's Church
A restless night, another hum-drum day,
Resolve to take a pleasurable walk;
I make my way towards St Mary’s church.
Across the street, a sixteenth century home –

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© Mike Jones  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: history, journey, travel,

Years of Hurt
Whilst the majority of domestic violence perpetrators are men I am fully aware that men are sometimes victims as well, therefore this poem is written...

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Categories: abuse, anger, fear, football,

The mill wheel would not turn until the spring,
the ice, springtime, thawing, now showing bling.
The mill, now in motion, mill pond, full spate!
Hark, the grinders...

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Categories: spring,

Premium Member One Nine and Sixteen - The Attic
The Attic

Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust
     in this old attic of dear grandma's home.
So dark, a lighted candle is a...

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Categories: death, grandparents, memory,

Premium Member True Fate
How much of fate is shaped for us at birth-
   how much is figured to be circumstance?
A story now I share with you...

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Categories: fate,

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 A Middle-Aged Man's Monologue


	At twenty-one, I knew I had to leave
	the little one-HORSE town where I was born.
	I well REMEMBER BUILDING up the nerve
	to tell my folks goodbye....

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Categories: feelings, home, wisdom,

A Personal Death
Although the smell unpleasant to inhale,
the blood no longer dripped from open wounds;
the nurse, accustomed to the sight of death,
remained unmoved as Grandma slipped away:

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© jack horne  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: death,


Fears of age allay
Growing older with each day
Comforted by an endless array
Of memories on display

Accept all the years
Of laughter and tears
Each passage becomes a pursuit

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Categories: appreciation, celebration, death, inspirational,

Premium Member The Dead and Dying
Disjointed beings beg the questions – still
an ashen horse delivers what is owed.
Decisions kneel before compassion’s will,
to stop and help a turtle cross the road.


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Categories: christian, death, faith, loss,

Premium Member FOREST GIRL
I'd walk down through the forest in the rain
to see the girl in green and feel her pain
uncertain of her...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: confusion, culture, nature,

Premium Member It's Hard to be a Woman
It's hard to be a woman, I confess
Must care about your looks, your walk, your dress
you're told time and again, you're meant to please
and so...

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Categories: truth, woman,

Jewel in the Crown

The cable car proceeds, its old motif
on slender wire eyed by waiting queue -
So much it seems depends on thin belief -
We flew upon anonymous...

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© Sneha RV  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: beauty, family, mother, mothers

Premium Member When God Created You
When God created you, the heavens rang
A symphony of praise and jubilee
Celestial ones with rapture danced and sang
And rainbow hues burst forth with joyous glee


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Categories: daughter, feelings, love,

Premium Member Foreign Exchange Students

		The high-school kids who came from foreign lands
		to spend one year at my small school inspired
		us teachers. Their adaptability
		amazed me. It was clear they most...

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Categories: education, inspiration,

Premium Member STONE - Mademoiselle L'Vampyre
From out of all the darkest nights we've ever known
her heart as black as all the sins that man has shown
she came...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, addiction, beautiful, horror,

Premium Member Forest Girl
I'd walk down through the forest in the rain
to see the girl in green and feel her pain
uncertain of her...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: absence, nature,

Premium Member Monsieur L'Vampyre and the Dark Lady
Just south of Paris, lives the soul of me,
at my chateau, where few will ever see,
I'm compensated...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: horror, paris, passion,

The Poetry Store
I’m looking for a simple rhyme that works
in something complicated, dry, and deep.
A masterpiece without too many qwerks.
Something alive and tart that I might keep.


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© Jim Howe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, language, poetry, simple,