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Leisure Poems - Poems about Leisure

Leisure Poems - Examples of all types of poems about leisure 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 leisure.
Premium Member Singing
... Not gifted with bronze, silver or golden voice But singing karaoke is my choice It’s my number one favorite hobby While seated in my room or at my lobby. I oftentimes take my cute......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, cheer up,
Form: Rhyme

Nature Surprises
...Embrace by leisure Nature's beauty stuns me I awe with pleasure.......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, beauty, feelings, nature, perspective,
Form: Haiku
...When one is free from drudgery, Liberated from tiresome toil, In that little space of time, Leisure sows its seed in the soil. A minute to relax, Preceded by an hour of travail, A m......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ephemeral Mahogany Horse
...She gave it to me in nineteen eighty-five. It was a beautiful mahogany horse. Careless and clumsy, I dropped it on the floor. In a blow, its leg was broken by the force. I tried and failed to......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, happiness, horse,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member An Open Shut Case
...I was an experienced interior designer, whose specialty was outer doors, Ever opening to amber sunshine, as petals open, when vivid beams pour. Functionality and beauty were very vital, s......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, fantasy, flower, imagery, lost,
Form: Couplet

Preposterous Eros
...Preposterous Eros by Michael R. Burch “Preposterous Eros” – Patricia Falanga Preposterous Eros shot me in the buttocks, with a Devilish grin, spent all my money in a rush then left my heart......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, desire, love, love hurts,
Form: Epigram
Premium Member Bait
...Better to shun the bait than struggle in the snare Or else devour at leisure whilst you're there Feast as death approaches, close eyes, be unaware If baited is your fate perhaps embrace the lair ......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, conflict,
Form: Rhyme
... Faith drives toward triumphant crest Championing trust against doubt’s pest To conquer failures during test Healing pain’s grief with prayer-zest For souls to be joyously blest. Hope......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, blessing, christian, faith, god,
Form: Didactic
Premium Member fly away
...Peter had to fly, was that just last night? I have attachment issues. I hate saying goodbye - it always makes me cry an embarrassing tear or two. Holidays go so fast relativity’s been proven......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, boyfriend, humor, parents, paris,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member EPHEMERAL
...loneliness does not sleep    weariness grows shadows     of  fire   flame splashes sleep in a field  of reflections on a faded  sky light dreams caress & surprise me simplicity......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, inspiration, word play,
Form: Ekphrasis
Just a normal situation
...At home she wants entertainment some leisure a change will do you good Sometimes the sin of the flesh will not wash away against me staying with you Think of it as a process as a matter of fac......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
In My Darkest Hour
...In my darkest hour my thoughts wander, sometimes too far and sometimes just yonder. I find myself in total darkness, without a flame or word of kindness. Entrapped in space, where sorrow thrives,......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, anger, anxiety, confusion, dark,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A February Independence Day
...A February Independence Day It was a chilling winter day, When Jefferson had come to say “Lets all agree and make a vow, To claim our independence now!” But speaking up was fellow John, Who......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, america, fun, funny, history,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Overly Particular Contest Judges
...Not for the contest No more do I despair writing for contests with an off the wall theme Those that want me to create a nightmare from what was once a beautiful dream. No more do I c......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, conflict, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
...CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS Catullus LXXXV: 'Odi et Amo' loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch 1. I hate. I love. You ask, 'Why not refrain?' I wish I could explain. I can't, ......Read the rest...
Categories: leisure, books, boy, god, hate,
Form: Rhyme

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