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Idiom Poems - Poems about Idiom

Idiom Poems - Examples of all types of poems about idiom 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 idiom.

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Premium Member Believing In Luck run their course, I get up each morning putting luck in it’s place. * “let the chips fall where they may” is an idiom for accepting what occurs. Tom ......Read More
Categories: idiom, god, life,
Form: Lyric

karma incarnate
...ronies Cycle compromises Earth and Sky Nuisance nefarians Babel blessings Kingdoms of self Tetrahedron tongues Idiom intrigue Scythe of time Wakes within Primal pentagons Minutes of minuscules Frequent furtherings Amock ami......Read More
Categories: idiom, angst, eulogy, fate, identity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Resilient
...n the others have gone? “We will,” hissed the cockroaches “Don’t forget us,” squealed the rats Ah yes, the rats The idiom kings “Rat race” “Fight like cornered rats” “Like rats leaving a sinking ship” “Drown like rats” Except for t......Read More
Categories: idiom, animal, endurance, insect, inspirational,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member An Idiom
... An Idiom Haiku Tom 1-4-2020 So narrow minded, She can look through a keyhole, With both eyes at once. ......Read More
Categories: idiom, humorous,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Good Grief 12-9-2019 Many have uttered these words on some occasion, “Good Grief," cant that person do anything right? An idiom that inflicts an unintended abrasion, Just because It’s clever doesn’t diminish Its bite. ......Read More
Categories: idiom, words,
Form: Lyric

Premium Member Came to a Sticky End
...ter While taking the photo he took a header Off the edge of a cliff into oblivion "Came to a sticky end" the fitting idiom *** 12/04/2019 ......Read More
Categories: idiom, death, eulogy, irony, obituary,
Form: Epitaph
Triennial Year
...hink about it Like writing is as another deed Easy come, easy go Maybe an occasional phrase Or homonym, proverb or idiom You may use puns to confuse But I introduce vernacular as patois Still aiming for pathos, of course.......Read More
Categories: idiom, anniversary, creation, fantasy, fear,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Sheeple those who aggrieve. Those partaking are cowards, hiding behind a curtain. “what goes around, comes around,” an idiom that’s certain. ......Read More
Categories: idiom, abuse, bullying, character, computer,
Form: Lyric
...When my ship comes in Come hell or high water Hit the nail on the head Lead the Sheep to slaughter In ......Read More
Categories: idiom, betrayal, corruption, sin, word
Form: Rhyme
Icarus Falling
...domain of the blazing sun the dreams will burn in the stoked fire of hubris. If the unreserved arrogance unheeds the idiom : ‘don’t fly too close to the sun’, you'll scorch the wings of wax melting in tears, feel the burnt remains o......Read More
Categories: idiom, dream, life,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dollar Store
...l rises up to arrange high helium spheres. I hear her call, her a voice throaty with the smoke of love, a Mid-West idiom that passeth all understanding. ......Read More
Categories: idiom, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
...bituals of this new race, it's Holy Uniforms, ripped from. The rule of decency with an Iron Rod, a Tolkien folks idiom. Hybrid humanistic-Synod is the new Synagogue, of Satan. But there's no real setting Sun. No blight no Wight......Read More
Categories: idiom, beach, betrayal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Oversights
...e when reading And some errors have slipped by, Causing me to wonder, how much Did this edit-person try? First an idiom I noticed – “Chock it up” instead of “chalk.” Just to clarify, I Googled; I was justified to balk. Next, a ......Read More
Categories: idiom, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Aphorisms- Idiomatic expressions
... *Aphorisms/ Idiomatic expressions* (Short, pithy, instructive sayings passed down through the years) Composed: by Tom Wright 7/12......Read More
Categories: idiom, satire,
Form: Lyric
This Much is True
...ront porch, especially when there’s a constant storm around you” Of course I did what I always do I called him an idiom and cracked a joke about the Wizard of Oz (or some bull like that) But he had a point and I knew it I knew it......Read More
Categories: idiom, boyfriend, change, love, perspective,
Form: Prose

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