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Midnight Poems - Poems about Midnight

Midnight Poems - Examples of all types of poems about midnight 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 midnight.
...One minute to midnight On The Nuclear Threat Clock The world suddenly started To reel with shock. Nineteen hundred and sixty two, Khrushchev shared, Fidel Castro dared, John F Kennedy decla......Read More
Categories: midnight, anniversary, international, political,
Form: Rhyme

Up To Here With Christmas
...I'm up to here with Christmas My cheer is wearing thin I'm close to going crazy And I'm wearing a fixed grin I said this year would be different I said I would be organised We would keep t......Read More
Categories: midnight, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Little Christmas Poem
...Carols chiming on the village green Light snow adding to the atmosphere, Bustling shoppers complete the scene It’s easy to see the holiday is here, With children laughing, anticipating A midnigh......Read More
Categories: midnight, christmas, fun, sports, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Christmas Meaning
... "For to us a Child is born, to us a Son is given . . . " Isaiah 9:6-7 Christmas is such a wonderful time of the year ......Read More
Categories: midnight, christmas,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Loco motives
... ruthless proportions midnight feast on emotions rebirth from curses......Read More
Categories: midnight, crazy, dream, fate, freedom,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member A December Memento
...A surprise snow coaxed night to rare twilight snowflakes found leaves in quiet midnight air I will forever remember this sight: fallen snow--a gentle Christmas prayer-- and a hush almost too love......Read More
Categories: midnight, adventure, beautiful, christmas, color,
Form: Quintain (English)
Premium Member Mystique of the Mojave
...A white wash of striated clouds stretch expansively across the arid desert sky where Joshua trees commune lifting up crooked cacti like arms towards the searing sun. Massive layers of brown......Read More
Categories: midnight, earth, nature,
Form: Free verse
Body Without A Soul In Me
...Nice to meet you Glad to have known you Keeping me clean all the time Keeping me alive for a lifetime. You dress me with everything Buying me expensive of anything You even put make ups on me......Read More
Categories: midnight, fantasy, feelings, grief, happiness,
Form: Narrative
Star Fall
...flamed chariot races across bold midnight tomorrow dreams ......Read More
Categories: midnight, dream, future,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Serendipitous Holiday
... Melt the frost from my winter-loving heart. A mood storm fueled by the vibe of charm. Petals under mistletoe promise by the blurt. Winter's stillness engulfed me as a swarm. A moo......Read More
Categories: midnight, analogy, appreciation, hope, new
Form: Pantoum
... Little by little by little by far, high above I followed a bright shining star, something special in the air no doubt a galactic affair, symbols, trumpets, resounding on Earth a special occa......Read More
Categories: midnight, god,
Form: Free verse
Troubled Waters
...recalcitrant storm dawn harbingers each session obstinate midnight November 28, 2022. A Brian Strand Premiere No. 53 Poetry Contest, Brian Strand.......Read More
Categories: midnight, dark, deep, storm,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Christmas Eve
..."Twas the night before Christmas". House is crowded, noisy, and warm. No wise Men from the east; but our children and their Children are gathered for gifts and a gumbo feast. "Twas the night be......Read More
Categories: midnight, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Ham And Cheese On A Bun
... Twas the night before Christmas, and I couldn't sleep, so I left my bed; without so much as a peep. And headed to the kitchen for something to eat, buck naked, except for the slippers on......Read More
Categories: midnight, anxiety, christmas, eve, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My New Year Resolution
... "We have more ability than willpower, and it is often an excuse to ourselves that we imagine that things are impossible". Francois de La Rochefoucauld <>...Read More
Categories: midnight, analogy, appreciation, dream, new
Form: Rhyme

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