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Monosyllables Poems

Monosyllables Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of monosyllables poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for monosyllables.

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Morse Code
I cry for help in Morse Code 
But you won’t see it unless you’re listening really hard. 
And you won’t hear it unless you’re watching really hard. 
You’ll see it when I suddenly stop smiling, or start talking in monosyllables.
You’ll...Read More
Categories: monosyllables, depression,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member I Loved You, John Wayne
		I loved you John Wayne!
		I wished you were my father
		or maybe an older brother 
		who’d tutor me to be tough
		when manners weren’t enough
		and toughness was needed
		that civility be heeded
		and not to brag or complain.
		O I loved you John Wayne!

		As soon...Read More
Categories: monosyllables, assonance, humorous,
Form: Light Verse
Pretty Petty little few odd long hours
If you need someone
I also needed one.
I felt then! Now you feel more of what I did.

Opt for me - like your coffee in the morning(7am)
Give a price while am princely priceless
 your attention got an auction I can only...Read More
Categories: monosyllables, absence, anxiety, beautiful, bird,
Form: Lyric
My big boy
With pride and pain
I watched him sleeping peacefully—
his head on the window of the airplane
pimples and their remnants on forehead
a discernible thin line of hair on upper lip
few strands hanging from the chin
shoulders shaping into a man’s
How I miss collecting...Read More
Categories: monosyllables, cinderella, mother son, boy,
Form: Free verse
Birth of an infant, a mom's victorious pain
From monosyllables to phrases to sentences
Speech takes the place of shouts and cries
Actions replaces the moans; coos and tries

From crawls to strollers, sturdy legs stood up
From dolls to cars, who could have thought
Later...Read More
Categories: monosyllables, feelings, growing up, imagery, inspiration, life,
Form: Verse

Dear Dactyl Of Adoration
I'll say them every day you know.
Those three well-known monosyllables...

When I'm curled up to your contours in the carriage of a train,

When I wake and I sense you before I've opened my eyes,

When we're staring skywards a long way from...Read More
Categories: monosyllables, devotion, hope, love,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member How He Speaks His Mind
What sibilant consonants
conjure his image: angular, Germanic,
uttering phrases and grunts, monosyllables
forcefully spat into air alive,
filled with his vivid verbal assaults!
No saccharine sentiment for him.
He lets fly with steamy staccato
streams of purposely purple prose,
unblemished by boorishly banal
concern for social civilities.
Squeamishness never...Read More
Categories: monosyllables, confusion, introspection, life, people,
Form: Free verse