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Mixed Metaphor Poems - Poems about Mixed Metaphor

Mixed Metaphor Poems - Examples of all types of poems about mixed metaphor 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 mixed metaphor.

New Start
...Tomorrow it will be a new start she said as a vow to herself.No more broken promises and tomorrow's that never are to be realized. Today I plan.First thing new tennis shoes.Then shop for fuel.No l......Read More
Categories: mixed metaphor, motivation,
Form: Free verse



Venerated paternal puissant prophet
...Venerated paternal puissant prophet... His buzzfeeding spirit jump started and kindled eternally his uplifting karma, thus I present genuine psalm remembrance of things past hallelujah! Lemm......Read More
Categories: mixed metaphor, adventure, atheist, car, celebration,
Form: Rhyme
Venerated puissant prophet kindled karma hallelujah
...Venerated puissant prophet kindled karma - hallelujah! Higher power our prayer for vehicle addressed courtesy deliverance kindred lady luck, we (the missus and me) blessed, whereby each our exp......Read More
Categories: mixed metaphor, adventure, appreciation, car, father
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member McPoetry Soup
...Welcome to McPoetry Soup. May I take your order, please? Sure. Give me a McSonnet and a McSoda. What would you like on your McSonnet? Oh. How about a McMetaphor and a McSimile? Well, we'......Read More
Categories: mixed metaphor, food, word play,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Pillow Fight
...My handsome brown-skinned husband was once again velvet-voiced complaining just this morning while I was staring glaring at my overstuffed sock drawer, "You are so consistently ambivalent and......Read More
Categories: mixed metaphor, games, health, humor, husband,
Form: Free verse



Sirens
...(Victorian artist William Holman Hunt was both attracted and repelled by his models) Can we agree that, terrified of sex, Hunt couldn’t help but hunt it, seek it out? There doesn’t seem to be a......Read More
Categories: mixed metaphor, relationship,
Form: Sonnet