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Baby Imagism Poems

These Baby Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Baby. These are the best examples of Imagism Baby poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Liberated

Pre-dawn morn
snow blankets the ground
under its cover
fast asleep...
Well, hello, Mr. Sun
and welcome!
Smile, sparkle and shine
on spotless white lawns...
Aha! The first tear in the fabric
a clump...

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Categories: freedom, green, snow, winter,



Premium Member Studying Grandma
Her skin was baby soft.
Almost transparent.
Blue veins smiled.
Gossamer layers of freckles.

Her face watched me studying her hands.
I felt like I had been caught smoking.
You have...

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Categories: grandmother, memory, nostalgia,

Premium Member Summer Completion
lavender ideas
gentling summer’s gentle rain

baby blue feelings
wafting into dreams of hope

soft baby pink 
showing her power

lightest green moth
floating on a faerie’s wing

sunlight yellow
completing the rainbow


...

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Categories: magic, summer,

Premium Member I Love You, Friday
I Love You, Friday

This is one of God’s exquisite days,
Like a spilled bag of twinkling pastel jewels,
A sweet breeze as if from a child blowing...

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Categories: appreciation, imagery, summer,

When impossibilities happen
Cockroach sat on heap of dung
Cock sat on the cockroach
Fox sat on the cock
Cheetah sat on the fox
Antelope sat on cheetah
King sat on slave-man
Baby came,...

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Categories: humanity, metaphor, satire,



Baby and its toe
Baby’s toe wakes up worried
Shall I carry this big baby?
Always eating lavishly
Drinking and splashing
Biting and spitting anything
Filling stomach to the top
Everything on earth is there
All...

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Categories: baby, satire, violence,

Innocent Me
Oh Heavenly Father in the sky!
Why do you live high?
I am bore from this busy world,
Only rush rush rush..
Let me not roam in this hustling...

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Categories: baby, kid,

Never To Old For The Sandman
Never To Old For The Sandman!

Ah...respite relished sleeping like a baby,
variations on theme I iterate
impossible to stave of sleepiness,
nor advantageous to struggle against weight
of heavy...

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Categories: 10th grade, 4th grade,

Premium Member Changing Of The Guardians
Father time’s a weary aging relic; 
he’s earned another blissful sleep.  

New Years Eve heralds another birth, Baby New Year, 
a fresh bell, comes...

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Categories: baby, future, holiday, hope,

Premium Member Heart of Glass


Be careful! Grab it with both hands, baby...

Lest it s
           l
    ...

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Categories: creation, heart, imagery,

Again and Again
Still happened again?
Or I'm the one who can't explain?
I've tried baby, can't you see?
Is it true you liked to unite like a bee?
Or you will...

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Categories: 11th grade,

Imagination
A baby in a dream recognized by a smile
A kids playground at square inch
A pre-teen ac-knowledge with knowledge of what's to come
A teen wonders inside...

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Categories: age, childhood, children, for

Think Spring
Now, unlike my usually trenchant literary librettos, i regale the unknown (tum me) reader for savoir faire articulation, elocution, and indomitable tour de force proffered...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Biological clock patented before Seth Thomas Design
fertilization upon ovule 
   via spermatozoa automatically 
   gearing linkedin anticipated birth 
especially upon confirmation conception 
   did sex...

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Categories: abortion, destiny, identity, memory,

Fresh Clay
I'm what you may call fresh clay....
We've all at some time passed this way.

I'm cold, moist, soft and tender, just waiting 
to be held
If I'm...

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Categories: allegory, baby, caregiving, children,

Premium Member MOLAR AND THE TOOTH FAIRY
    MOLAR AND THE TOOTH FAIRY
It's like I was sucking on a Sugar Baby
caramel delicacy oozing
between my bicuspids and incisors,
sweetness of the...

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© Vee Bdosa  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, age, assonance, betrayal,

LOST IN THE THICK, DARK FOREST
The owls hoot nearby;

The screech-owl calls;

The wolves howl in the distance;

The beetles tap and tap in an endless charade

The cicada seems like it won’t give...

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Categories: imagination, lost,

During my Birthday
during my birthday
many visitors came
a dog without a tail
a girl without breasts
a snake that bites not
cat without eyes, ears
a bird with no wings
driver without vehicle
baby...

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Categories: history, satire,

The Looking Glass
I'm lookin' @ you, 
through the glass..

How long can these
feelin's last!? 

I'd love to tap it..
'n say; 

"HELLO!"

"God, I've missed you!"
(You should know. )

"Yes, I've...

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Categories: absence, angel, baby, birth,

SWEET VOICE
SHES THE QUEEN OF SMOOTH
SHE KNOWS HOW TO PLAY WITH HER VOICE
HER FACE WAS ROUNDISH
WHEN SHES SMILING SHE WAS LIKE A NEW BORN BABY 
THE...

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Categories: africa,