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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.
Premium Member OF THE BEAUTY OF GOD
(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
The Brain - Homeschool Humour
We've all got a brain, you know Though it cannot quite be seen It stays imprisoned within our skulls To be heard, it's very keen It often finds it's way outdoors Through our toothed facial channel. It plans a detour, when...Read More
Categories: middle, children, education, funny, humor,
Form: Rhyme
unwanted
Hard lessons learned when brought into my home at the age of 3 ...Read More
Categories: middle school,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member COMPETITIVE DETERMINATION
Winning every race, you just may not; What’s important is giving all you got. In running the race, you must never give up; The will to go on, never let anything interrupt. ...Read More
Categories: middle, allegory, dedication, endurance, high
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Being a Boy Is a Trip
Being a country boy has advantages His mischief can be especially charming But, when a city boy barely damages His folks may find it all quite alarming. When a country boy is perturbed And gets involved in a mild kerfuffle His...Read More
Categories: middle, boy, growing up, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
EvEr LaStIng
I thought she had all the remedies As at first seemed like such a blast Perhaps on my part the insecurities Why things between...Read More
Categories: lost love, middle school,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A TRIBUTE TO OPAL LEE AND JUNETEENTH
Woke up this morning with freedom on my mind. I’m perpendicular to the blessed ground, well and alive— It’s Juneteenth and it’s break-out celebration time— It’s going to be a beautiful day God has allowed me to survive. Everywhere I’ve been,...Read More
Categories: middle, appreciation, black african american,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A BITTERSWEET HAIKU
BITTERSWEET… In bitter sorrow, We still sing Amazing Grace: Faith knows no souring… ...Read More
Categories: middle, analogy, black african american,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member An Animal Haiku Trilogy
Bumblebees buzzing... Erie irritating sounds: “Ouch”! bees also sting... Confined to his bowl, A fish, seemingly talking, Jumps! wiggling free... Penguins standing proud, Poised as if to soon take flight, Flap their wings…then…splash! ...Read More
Categories: middle, animal, fate, hyperbole, irony,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member NO CHANGE
Justice ...Read More
Categories: middle, allegory, america, analogy, black
Form: Free verse
Geography
Doing is Happening There are imaginary lines to mark locations in a map Horizontal parallel layti are latitude lines. Vertical khari lambi are longitude lines. Four directions to go The time is now. Note.Maps can only guide readers. Lesson.The marker of imagination...Read More
Categories: middle, art, class, earth, education,
Form: Imagism
Medieval Poems V
Medieval Poem V A Proverb from Winfred's Time anonymous Old English poem, circa 757-786 loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch 1. The procrastinator puts off purpose, never initiates anything marvelous, never succeeds, and dies alone. 2. The late-deed-doer delays glory-striving, never indulges daring dreams, never succeeds,...Read More
Categories: earth, england, love, middle
Form: Rhyme
Skate
Counting snakes at stake. Bringing a skate to roll straight out of my mind Counting doubts and thoughts. I wanna see it let out. Living the experience of being out of place Vivid colors of the day. Change my way and function along my colors of a young...Read More
Categories: middle, angst, beauty, color, emotions,
Form: Rhyme

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