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Kitchen Poems - Poems about Kitchen

Kitchen Poems - Examples of all types of poems about kitchen 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 kitchen.
Premium Member Packing School Lunches
...What scene would I want to find comfort in more than this one, an ordinary morning in the farmhouse kitchen, blue checked curtains swaying, wooden shelves with plates and jars, the radio softly ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, children, farm, mother,
Form: Free verse



Holiday Prep
...Today I hit the kitchen With my apron neatly tied, Preparing many recipes My file did provide. For each year on the holiday, I measure, chop and mix, To make the dishes that tradition Taught......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, food, today,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mushroom Picking
... In the cool of an autumn morning my father and his friend, Jimmy Kerin, would go mushroom picking in paddocks way out past the last suburban fence. I would tag along not to pick but feel th......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, autumn, dad, memory, mother,
Form: Free verse
Dissociation
...Hands hovering above the sink. The sound of blinds shuttering doesn’t make me blink. The mirror catches all. A shining chasm on the wall. Across the threshold, into the sound. Sounds indistinct ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Call Them Spirits
...I call them spirits They contact me in a variety of ways I can smell one of them; he smells like Old Spice My father I can see one of them Also my father I also glimpse a native American spir......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, spiritual,
Form: Free verse



the forest man
...The forest man He had bought a cabin in the woods near a lake he planned to go there after his divorce with no demand on his time, life would be simpler first of all, he needed a dog, the one ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, anxiety, confusion, humor,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member What if it rains
...Whoopsie is a topsy turvy murvy lurvy swervy kind of gal I stopped by her teacup house yesterday because I am her pal What if it rains? I asked her, what do you do then, my friend? It never rains ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member backyard mud
...kitchen floor paw prints mud shaking on furniture two bad little dogs......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, animal,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Old Dog
... It was one of the coldest winters, yet the old dog never showed up at the kitchen door like he used to, whimpering to be let in for warmth and food. Where he spent his nights, or how ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, words,
Form: Free verse
My desire
...I need the kind of love, A love that is so colorful, has moments that can be hurtful, filled with joy. And a shoulder to cry. I need the kind of love, that help me face my dearest fears, and ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, beautiful, deep, first love,
Form: Rhyme
Functionally Depressed
...Functionally depressed Got to work each day Do what everyone wants you to do Say the things they want you to say Just to make it through another day Mask so good even a clown can’t tell You ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, depression,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Waitress
...It’s her and not the Waffle House That bids me come that way Not the food or awesome prices But her smile that feels like pay Her beauty has me blooming With stares and look and see And as she ......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, age, allegory, beauty,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Nursing Home memories - Room mates I
...Old Harry, Hungry Elder Harry was happy Excited to eat, like a child versus old Cookie was first stuffed, eagerly eating Following was rest of his dinner Pasta, was told First, sharp loud......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, age, character, engagement, food,
Form: Rhyme
I saw God But Now What
... Line Of Inquiry : "I saw God but now what" It was Easter and I was kneading bread on my kitchen counter. A nanosecond flash and God's face appeared on my backsplash,......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, appreciation, faith, god,
Form: Haibun
Her Adamant Face
...Adamant Face My mother used to say with an adamant face, "There is a place for everything and for everything a place!” My goodness, this house is a total disgrace" So every Tuesday at quarter pa......Read the rest...
Categories: kitchen, childhood, family, fun, my
Form: Rhyme

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