Work Iambic Pentameter Poems

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


Painter's Last Walk by Evie CW
A Painter's Last Walk

Now you're all doing the last of the artful long endless walks
Does anyone ever know how much work while paintings do talks?

The...

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Categories: appreciation, art, passion, perspective,

Premium MemberFridays by Janice Canerdy
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 MemberDeath by Agnes Krampe
I had my slice of life, and it was blessed.
I had my share of happiness and love –
Perhaps a larger share than most. I knew
The...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberIt's Hard to be a Woman by Eileen Manassian
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,

Premium MemberImmortal Master Bach by Agnes Krampe
His music, written centuries ago,
is still beloved and performed today:
cantatas, fugues, concertos, preludes, and
the mass in B – perhaps the greatest piece
of choral music ever...

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Categories: music,

The Disenchanted Cottage by Yvonne Uzzell
The Disenchanted Cottage

There was a clearing in the wood where once a charming cottage stood.
It was a dark and dismal land, a barren place of...

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Categories: family, mystery,

The Work: Summer Solstice, Avebury by Gail Foster
Across the land this morn, a roll of light 
Gave birth to shadows, cast from chalky hills
The larks ascended, sang away the night
Vibrated sky to...

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Categories: love, mystery, mythology, nature,

Way Back When by Yvonne Uzzell
‘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,

Wally Weasel Loves to Paint by Yvonne Uzzell
 

Wally Weasel Loves to Paint

Wally Weasel loves to paint, and paints himself a lot.
Some paint goes on the canvas, but most of it does...

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Categories: children,

The Last Dark Magic of the Keys by Gail Foster
The time is now, you said, let it be done 
I come to cause you one last piece of pain
You chose a day in summer...

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Categories: love, magic, power, psychological,

Terror, Violence, and The Truth by Cynthia Buhain-Baello
The root cause of Terror is simply Hate,
The lust to control the world with Power.
Denial of this fact will not negate
Its existence, its evident goal...

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Categories: religion, truth, violence,

Goodbye, Cruel Colleague by Tom Quigley
Appearance was your entire routine.
But truth is found if one looks deep enough.
A walking good first impression machine,
Yet something else when we cut through the...

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Categories: betrayal, evil, social, trust,

Premium MemberThe Painting by Sandra Haight
The Painting

A painted picture, work of art, of life,
suspended on a wall for all to see.
A sense-filled concept, so confined, compact,
divided from the busy world...

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Categories: art, life,

Premium MemberPop's Death by Jerrell Jones
He died so many years from old  Blue Ridge
That all we knew of roots were faded names
Renewed in happy tales and banjo songs
He carried...

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Categories: dad, death,

Strangers by Del Higgs
 Warning, this poem is dark. It is inspired by the  Canterbury Tales by Geoffrey Chaucer.

Gather around and hear of the strange day,
When three...

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Categories: dark,

The Devizing of a Plan by Gail Foster
A personal view of the Devizes Neighbourhood Plan
and the referendum on Thursday at the Town Hall

All careful plans of men may fail and fall
And falter,...

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Categories: community, england, environment, house,

On The Road To The Poorhouse by Charles Reese
Just having some fun

The taxes are coming but I am broke
No food to eat but some porridge and soup 
It seems that life right now...

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Categories: poverty,

The summer of my enlightenment by gary dye
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for John Steinbeck @ Annabel Lee@of course E.A.POE

Chickens; a roaring rooster
An old house filled with flys
and many bugs
Many Mexican neighbor
   Friend
no...

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Categories: baptism,

Fear Not, Death by L. J. Carber
Fear not death when it comes for you...
Death is not a monster, not even a master, but
a servant, having no more choice in the taking...

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Categories: allegory, death, faith, fear,

Premium MemberMy Father Was by Sandra Haight
My Father Was...
He Made the Stars Hush


A simple man was he, one child of ten
who lived and worked the farm with family.
But stardust fell on...

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Categories: dad, inspiration, life,