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Middle Poems - Poems about Middle

Middle Poems - Examples of all types of poems about middle 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 middle.
Engament party
She who rest me Might I labor To understand Her evilness That she mocks My beliefs 66 burgers grilled rare ( mixture of chuck and brisket) 66 fried fish fillets battered and fried Onion and currant spread for burger Cucumber and relish tater...Read More
Categories: middle school,
Form: Ballad

Premium Member in the surreal solemnity of nature
in the surreal solemnity of nature a solemn ant colony passes in a funeral-like procession carrying bits of crumbs and one of their own… a lone ballooning spider ceases his kiting and hovers in mid-air… hanging from its button a chrysalis evicts its metamorphosed tenant… across the...Read More
Categories: middle, animal, extended metaphor, imagery,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Of Abandoned Trunks And The Children
Abandoned Trunks And The Children There laid the empty gray trunk; never to hold a thing again. There in the blood-wet soil, a sadden decaying lump. ...Read More
Categories: middle, analogy, high school, hyperbole,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member FYI
FYI Hate is of the mind… Love—of the womb of the heart— The heart can’t birth hate:- ...Read More
Categories: middle, allegory, hate, high school,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member A ONE BREATH KELOID MEMORY: Apropos Of 9-11-22
Today my flowing pen Streams screaming words Cascading to hungry eyes And thirsty ears of waves Of the oceans of minds Waiting to be sailed upon In the winds of whatever The day has decided to blow Into sleeping sails awaiting To be blown...Read More
Categories: middle, allegory, america, high school,
Form: Prose

Premium Member Georgia Guidestones
Categories: angst, middle school,
Form: Concrete
Premium Member She was Dying to Have High Heels
As soon as you are seventeen, her mother said. You can wear them to your graduation. She was thrilled the day she got to try them on. She tried to pirouette, but it was not graceful. You will get...Read More
Categories: middle school,
Form: Free verse
What does Lord descends to the lowest heaven in the last third of every night mean? 1.No country on the planet earth has a permanent day or permanent night. 2.The North Pole has midnight sun for 4...Read More
Categories: middle, allah, angel, books, god,
Form: Free verse
The Man…The Spirit His name was Dr. Martin Luther King; He was a peace-loving human being. HIM Preaching peace and love– A mountain top of a man:- Martin Luther King. THE HUMAN DOVE He came bearing a dream for humanity Teaching nonviolence, peace,...Read More
Categories: middle, black african american, high
Form: Alliteration
(Apropos Of A School-Day Happenstance) There she stood on the edge of the cliff of loneliness—her tiny eyes staring out into space. As I cautiously approached her, I softly asked if everything was ok. She replied that everything was fine; that...Read More
Categories: middle, allegory, girl, hyperbole, inspirational,
Form: Prose Poetry
Awakened from an afternoon nap, I arose and peeped out through the veranda window. My weary eyes suddenly burst wide open in utter amazement at what was being canvassed before them. There, sitting on the grass with folded legs...Read More
Categories: middle, child, high school, imagery,
Form: Prose Poetry
In the chilling waning Fall-waxing-Winter evening, I cautiously step out into graveyard-like silence— The earlier day and coming night seems deceiving:- A lone soaring avian appears to own the sky’s parlance. Would if you would, come and walk with...Read More
Categories: middle, blessing, high school, imagery,
Form: Prose Poetry
(Apropos Of Our Virtuous Queens) Sitting here in the beauty of the blackness of night my mind and its spirit are spiritually and geo-physically drawn up into the reflections of the full moon and companion constellations all surrounded by beautiful black holes filled with the...Read More
Categories: middle, appreciation, beauty, black african
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Paper Airplanes
Teacher said to choose a passion And explore where the wind takes us. I like paper airplanes and fire, I said, But what science starts with that? My mind filled with flights of failure, But my momma said, You'll still...Read More
Categories: middle school, mother, science,
Form: Other
Chance to Dance
Chance to Dance I could have been different if given the chance If you only said yes to just one dance I built up the courage to finally ask Just one dance, such an easy task The...Read More
Categories: middle, 8th grade, anti bullying,
Form: Ballad

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