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Dad Imagism Poems

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


THE NAIL ON THE WALL by simeon austin david pangu
A story about a young boy and his father,
The boy was smart, diligent but hot tempered,
When vexed he has no choice of words,
He is careless...

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Categories: addiction, anxiety, child, conflict,

dear parents by tyler raines
 To forgive is like taking a plunge into a nightmare. Its worse to hold a grunge but I  may find a temporary solution...

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Categories: change, dream, humanity, i



My grandfather's bicycle by Isaac Asante
"My grandfather's bicycle"

I still have the memories of my grandfather's old bicycle that was a always packed behind the house,it was blue in colour and...

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Categories: age, allusion,

Premium MemberSilver Lake by Sunlite Wanter
Silver Lake  

My lake shows its silver lights
And ruffled green, 
And white-capped eves,
On Silver Lake.  

In summertime away ago, 
Picnics were packed, 
Pallets...

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Categories: appreciation, nostalgia,

Small Servings by Paloma P
'I'm having the children for dinner',
she meant it quite literally
a combination of the old
woman in the shoe and
Red Riding Hood's wolf
she was a peach most...

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Categories: children, fantasy, hyperbole, imagination,

BLOOD BALLOON by SAMPRATYA PATHAK
Blue balloons with red,
Fear of closing eyes,
A growling dad,
The hostile place,
A terrified boy,

Blue balloons with red,
All desires womanized,
A thorny bed,
Finding skirts to chase,
Sex with a...

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Categories: allusion, desire, dream, emotions,

going through my fathers attic by christopher oneill
The torn Rawlings symbol,

old worn leather

faded light brown,

fingers coming apart.

In its web pocket, 

sits a ball, which is

almost as abused,

as the leather. 

Back then,

it was...

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Categories: age, baseball, change, childhood,

Premium MemberBlanketed with Joy by Richard Lamoureux
If only your blanket did not extend to my drive way
It was but an hour ago, I removed the thin sheet you provided
Now I must...

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Categories: happiness, hope, nature, me,

More Bittersweet Still by David O'Haolin Whalen
A Marine kneeling in front of a boy
A seven year old boy with hands extended
barely containing his sorrow
Presenting him with a folded flag
With quivering chin,...

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Categories: childhood, confusion, death, sad,

No room for Crybabies pt 2 by John Streeter
      Times had turned to worse after my dad left, and after their fight of many fights !
I hear him...

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Categories: inspirational, life, me,

After My Death by The PenFreak
i was just thinking, what if i die...
What if the clock stops, for this PenFreak guy...
What if the brightest sun, for me will be dark...
What...

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Categories: caregiving, faith, friendship, funeral,