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Ironing Poems - Poems about Ironing

Ironing Poems - Examples of all types of poems about ironing 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 ironing.
Work in progress 11
...I guess it is time to tell how this leg of the journey concluded.One day I was hanging out upstairs.Yeah I know,after all that talk about the weird sounds coming from up there and actually seeing m......Read More
Categories: ironing, break up,
Form: Free verse

Presidents Holiday
...Laundry billowing in the wind Drove my mother around the bend She'd greet with scorn Each Monday morn But with ironing done, she grinned!......Read More
Categories: ironing, culture,
Form: Limerick
Morning Paranoia
...It's another chilly morning, As you wake up while yawning, Breakfast is ready in the dinning, After some exercise and training, Dress up and get ready for learning. There is no time for clothe......Read More
Categories: ironing, adventure, allusion, analogy, character,
Form: Rhyme
When children's back to their school
...When schools re open When children's back to thier schools Parents busy in making thier ward ready Ironing the school uniform.preparing break fast Oh! What a duty to be done as a parent Requesti......Read More
Categories: ironing, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Today is Not the Day
...Sandra is not excited about her hair She is feeling frumpy these days She cannot reach her toes And she is not happy about it We are going to have a baby! Her husband tells everybody They im......Read More
Categories: ironing, parents,
Form: Prose Poetry

Butter girl
...Butter Girl Hey butter girl! You’re barmy in here there. By that; in my pretty, little brown-heart; Black boy’s heart. Or brown if you will! Succumbed by taunting heat, how come you’re taunt ? ......Read More
Categories: ironing, africa, black love, cute
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member A Transformation
... rough coarse, harsh, creasing, wrinkling, crumpling vandal, hooligan, uniformity, evenness, furbishing, steamrolling, iron......Read More
Categories: ironing, creation, poetry, words,
Form: Diamante
I Have That Sunday Feeling
...I have that Sunday feeling you know the one I mean, I should be up and dressed by now but I’m really not that keen. I have that Sunday feeling that comes before a tiring week it’s even too......Read More
Categories: ironing, day,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mert and Bert
...Bert was the head convent An arrogant cocky little squirt His belligerent feelings were often hurt Because he was rude and often curt. His wife was tidy, neat and pert. Her talent was ironing ......Read More
Categories: ironing, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Monorhyme
My Limited Perfection
...In rhyme, I’m a perfectionist; In other things, I’m not. You’d think I’d treat all things the same But rhyme is what I’ve got. For patience is a virtue which I really don’t possess. I’ll rush......Read More
Categories: ironing, introspection, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ironing the Sheets
...Life brings mysteries to us like stars we can’t touch, much less dream to migrate to (with planets like ours?) where more life might exist! Evolution’s ‘God’s Law!’ Life’s predestined to tease tho......Read More
Categories: ironing, life, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member male periodic table rules
... don’t walk on tin ice beware of ironing boards silence is golden......Read More
Categories: ironing, allusion, humor, mystery, woman,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Birth Dispute
...The perpetual calendar must be wrong! It says I was born on December 5, 1941… a Friday, But that can’t be, for Mama washed clothes and hung them out on the line the morning o......Read More
Categories: ironing, birth, humor,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
...Making new clothes Sewing chilies Ironing out problems today Tonight washing tears away Cooking up a quarrel Fomenting confusion And building discord Come and see how Things can change In ......Read More
Categories: ironing, anti bullying, betrayal, care,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Just Desserts
...Just Desserts How do I compare thee to a trifle Soft as a jelly and quite an eyeful Merry as sherry, in for good measure Joy filled as the table's crown jewel ......Read More
Categories: ironing, appreciation, food, fun,
Form: Rhyme

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