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Milan Poems - Poems about Milan

Milan Poems - Examples of all types of poems about milan 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 milan.
Sojourn through Tarotspace
...SOJOURN THROUGH TAROTSPACE Let me tell you a story, Of a deck of cards, in all its glory. Well, some will say, what’s the big deal? To them my humble reply, come, conquer, and heal. The stor......Read More
Categories: milan, art, symbolism, teacher,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member Uneven Distribution
...A Lombardian young man nicknamed Stan; delivered Amazon stuff in his van. They didn’t pay very much being so out of touch; so he skedaddled back home to Milan.......Read More
Categories: milan, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Whose Do You Think This Was
...where did it come from? I asked my couisn. I found it over there in the chest. The chest had finally been opened! I stared at the velvet spider bag in her hand. It had probably been a distant rel......Read More
Categories: milan, light,
Form: Prose Poetry
Places of the World
...As Cervantes said: For sightseeing, Milan, to the sea, Lusitania... As I say: To work, São Paulo... ......Read More
Categories: milan, adventure, allusion, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Let There Be Limericks: Noblesse Oblige
...The King The king was quite old, but not senile, And his problems with sex were not penile. He could rut with the best, When put to the test, And got plenty of rest in between while. <......Read More
Categories: milan, humor,
Form: Limerick



Premium Member Uncle Marco and His Gilded Hat
... Uncle Marco of Milan lived far off He always sneezed and had a bad cough Everyone feared he had caught the virus They evaded him like poor Lazarus Though grown up, he was more like a......Read More
Categories: milan, anti bullying, cheer up,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Clerihew Caravaggio
...Michelangelo Merisi came from Caraaggio to be free with a history of hooliganism in Milan his art helped* redeem this sad epigram *https://www.wikiart.org/en/caravaggio/young-sick-bacchus......Read More
Categories: milan, art, people,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Tell Her You Saw Me
...Tell her you saw me ... Tell her I was out on the bluff at the Cape during a gale, much too close to the rocks. Tell her the surf was tormenting the ledges, its roar far too loud for me to hear......Read More
Categories: milan, allegory, heartbreak, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Clerihew Still Life
...xenia or rhyparography old words for still life,they be first modern one in Milan*,now on show painted by Merisi Caravaggio *https://en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Still_Life_with_Fruit_(Caravaggio)#......Read More
Categories: milan, art, tribute,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member I Think of Life With An Elegant Man
...I think of life with an elegant man. I see a man whose hands are silk to me. He's stunning in a suit (well-groomed is he). He loves to read and maybe plays Chopin. He whisks me off to Paris or Mi......Read More
Categories: milan, men,
Form: Italian Sonnet
Premium Member Clerihew Caravaggio
...Caravaggio born in 14th century Milan an artist & quite a fighting man remembered now for art& still life was clearly then ,in need of a wife......Read More
Categories: milan, art, word play,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Each Small Ornament Reminds Me of You
...I always considered you littered my home, Small knickknacks adorning overcrowded shelves. The marble statues you bought from lovely Rome, I leave them there, a memory of ourselves. And in gay P......Read More
Categories: milan, appreciation, memory,
Form: Rhyme
A Simple Woman and Me
...She was actually simple, a woman, simple, she just loved the best, simply... her common look was enchanted with all beauty... a brilliant splendid, a eternal diamond... Of the music......Read More
Categories: milan, allegory, extended metaphor, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
The Accordionist
...In the arcade of Milan The accordionist stands And though the cold bites into his hands The accordionist plays the best he can And his soul takes to the air like an eagle As he sings with his ......Read More
Categories: milan, lost love,
Form: Rhyme
Prospero
... To all I see, I bid a gracious hello. I am a magician by trade, and my name is Prospero. I was once Duke of Milan twelve years ago. However, I was deposed by my treacherous brother Anton......Read More
Categories: milan, literature, magic,
Form: Rhyme

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