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Nostalgia Iambic Pentameter Poems

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

Beware of death
He creeps in like a thief unseen when dark
and steals the soul when fast asleep or sad,
His time can't be measured by heart or eyes,

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Categories: death, nostalgia,

The Old House Beside the R oad
The Old House Beside the Road

There is an old, ramshackle house that stands there by the road.
This house once had a family, with many stories...

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Categories: family, nostalgia,

The Old Lamplighters
The Old Lamplighters

Lamplighters walked the streets of yore,
But they aren’t needed anymore.
Electric lights sent them away.
These newer lights held dark at bay.

These men had made...

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Categories: family, nostalgia,

Way Back When
‘Way Back When

I often wish for days of old and things I learned from stories told
when old folks sat around the room and swept their...

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Categories: family, nostalgia,

Premium Member Leaf Among Leaves
Entombed between the pages
Of a tome,
A touch of leaf once green
Went flat and brown;

It bled its image into other leaves;
And time, which sheds all tales

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Categories: change, nostalgia,

Your own erin isle
At some Sweet Point in Your Youth
Through Travel Guides beguiled
Searching for Existential Truth
You dreamt of Erin Isles

You longed a quite, simple life
Away form Hectic Glances

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Categories: green, imagination, ireland, nature,

Premium Member THE THRONE
       THE THRONE          
In days gone by, as I recall...

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Categories: adventure, allegory, angst, black

Reality's Fear
Should I abandon reality's fear?
Open the sky and unlock it clear?
My little gold keys are all I can hear.
Imagination is a dimension,
That twists and warps...

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Categories: confusion, introspection, nostalgia, philosophy

I fell in love when I saw you,
the right words just couldn't be found;
I waited too long so I lost you,
my fears kept holding me...

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Categories: imagination, loss, love, nostalgia,

Selfish employment
Once I was an alien
because of family ties
Once I was a sailor man
Told recruitment lies
Now I am a veteran
with socialized security
A part time postal carrier

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Categories: introspection, nostalgia, on work