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Mobile Poems - Poems about Mobile

Mobile Poems - Examples of all types of poems about mobile 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 mobile.
The Red Dirt Road
...Follow the red dirt road. Take it slow, walk it, this is not an exploration nor a pilgrimage, it is a short tour around the beginning of an idea and its end. Move along past the few rural h......Read More
Categories: mobile, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Daisy Mobile is Coming
...The daisy mobile is coming! The daisy mobile is coming! Excitement mounts as I spy the yellow giant roll toward me. Up the hill she rises, showing off her florals and her fanciness. I smell pumpki......Read More
Categories: mobile, food,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member - Troll Love To Tease -
... Small trolls often create trouble The mythological creatures which is often mischievous ......Read More
Categories: mobile, cheer up, cute, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
The Internet
...As information is sourced, we knowledge add. Entertainment is accessed by each ipad. The cost of research is by the net reduced, whilst addiction to **** is by it induced. Banking transactions ......Read More
Categories: mobile, internet,
Form: Rhyme
...POEMS ABOUT POETS IX Fleet Tweet: Apologies to Shakespeare by Michael R. Burch a tweet by any other name would be as fleet! @mikerburch Fleet Tweet II: Further Apologies to Shakespea......Read More
Categories: mobile, poems, poetry, poets, write,
Form: Rhyme

The Paw-trod Path
...Along the paw-trod path Narrow and dainty through the gorse Where yellow flowers Lie dim like fallen stars in the mist Comes a silent visitor, hesitant It licks its lips A taste like vi......Read More
Categories: mobile, animal, anxiety, death, environment,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member World War 3 - Who Ordered Mushrooms
...Before: When no middle ground can be found amid rifts They’ll send in a few unsolicited gifts The east and the west shall politely decline each incoming gift with a two fingered sign It......Read More
Categories: mobile, war,
Form: Rhyme
Give every inmate a Roku TV
...Don’t each cell deserve a Roku TV? Inmates’ll serve their time in a breeze Watch in cells instead of making shanks They’ll forsake rec time for Hulu They’ll curse the sun’s glare on LEDs The o......Read More
Categories: mobile, friendship, hope, prison, society,
Form: Free verse
Nautilus shell
...The nautilus is listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act. The chambered nautilus (Nautilus pompilius) is a large, mobile cephalopod. They are called "living fossils" and have been ar......Read More
Categories: mobile, earth, earth day, environment,
Form: Free verse
Warm Your Heart
...Warm your heart with what’s left of summer, warm your heart and put on a thick skin for winter, open all the resorts and hotel all over the town and fill them with tourist where destiny is bound. ......Read More
Categories: mobile, adventure, blessing, care, celebration,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Pastels
...Nature flaunts a pallet of soft pastels She amply applies with an artist’s brush. And like pink sunsets, and coral conk shells, She transforms vivid inks, into a blush. Flowers disp......Read More
Categories: mobile, art, beautiful, color, image,
Form: Sonnet
Looking for a heart
...I am looking for a heart the kind that are hard to find lost in the abyss of this technological world. I am looking for a heart that are not metallic and mechanical turned virtual robotic sel......Read More
Categories: mobile, heart, life, people, world,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Two Percent
...My battery is 2% At the end of the day My life is expiring With too much to say Incomplete thoughts Kind words set for friends Inexplicable feelings.. Is this where it ends? The red lamps......Read More
Categories: mobile, break up, technology,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lamlash
...We fished off the pier in carefree days when girls wore tartan trews. In endless summer sun we’d laze when Tommy Steele was “Singing the Blues”. Now it’s saffron robes and no-take zones, maybe......Read More
Categories: mobile, change, holiday, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
First to Third Light in 30 Seconds
...night yet clings yet smothers the numb highway breathe the wheel sigh through the gears wave-ride rubber after-shocks follow the beam-eyed light into the blossoming gray adjusts to blackto......Read More
Categories: mobile, poetry,
Form: Free verse

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