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Monotony Poems - Poems about Monotony

Monotony Poems - Examples of all types of poems about monotony 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 monotony.
Ink and Imagination Ephemera
... In the heart of the city, where stories unfurl, Stands a bookstore, my haven in a whirl. Shelves adorned with tales that swirl, Each book a treasure, each page a pearl. I, the guardian of......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Great American Make-Believe
...Suburban resident pretense, a bleak uniformity. I grew up among the repetitious homes, isolated alienated, I wandered the conformity, the endless square yards, the dull feckless syndrome. Repug......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, america, anxiety, community, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member ComPassion's Braver Angels
...Impressive values, like love, claim resources that liberally breed ecological natural physically happy health and conservatively feed emotional spiritual mentally glad wealth. Oppressive ......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, anxiety, earth day, health,
Form: Parallelismus Membrorum
Premium Member An Awful Surprise
...Some Mimosa trees are still bare, such a deep sadness they declare; lethargy is another form of bitter sobriety... when sorrow looms amid spectacular beauty! Luke after school assumes it's some......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, beauty, change, color, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member the immediate
...It’s monsoon season here in New Haven, gone, are the banked, fluorescent colors of sunset. This feeling hit me, like a rogue wave. “We have to go out tonight,” I announced, to no one in particul......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, fun, girlfriend, humor, school,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Stop By And Watch me Smile
...Turn away from monotony, kick off what is boring, go to calmer places and meet Miss Harmony; over there folks sing, they have better days! Stop and watch me smile, and this smile spreads fo......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, absence, appreciation, celebration, freedom,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Unlikely Noisy And Vibrant Mornings
...Unlikely noisy and vibrant mornings everything was serene, celestial and calm, so ideal for a spring's afternoon psalm... when there should have been mourning sounds! Sunrise had more brillianc......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, anniversary, best friend, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Veil of Time
... The Veil of Time The awakening reliant sun, half dressed salutes the morning dew, Blazing its magnificence, a trail vaporous in its wake, A scatteri......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, desire, england, feelings, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Awaking from Stupor
...Line of enquiry. It’s not desire per say but the clinging ~ that stifles soul and stops heart from singing enlivening silence sets our soul free ~ vibrant in the now, joyful and carefree”...Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
I'm Just A Brick
... I’m a brick and oh so lonely, sitting here a hundred years. Dry as dirt…oh if only I could shed a single tear. Here’s my story, forty stories, up way high above the ground. To the left and ......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, absence, angst, city, loneliness,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thoughts on Iowa and My Childhood City
... “And I remember Muscatine -still more pleasantly - for its summer sunset. I have never seen any on either side of the ocean that equaled them.” Samuel Clemens in his younger years when he wor......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, places, youth,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Happy Days of the year 2023
... Happy Days of the year 2023 Song of my lone life to sing in melancholic monotony. Christmas- meet of Granddaughter this year tuned the song in sweet symphony. H......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, christmas, happy,
Form: Sijo
Premium Member Something for Somebody
...My midsummer night’s fantasy? Lysander’s lady, Hermia. Now there’s a rare bird. I picture her barefoot in the mist-veiled night Wearing just a fairy garland and a gauzy flowing cloak. She’s a te......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, allegory, beauty, fairy,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Two Sides of the Same Coin
...Monogamy breeds monotony Duplicity breeds depravity Frivolity needs formality Hostility needs humanity......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, society,
Form: Rhyme
I'm Just a Brick
... I'm a brick and oh so lonely, sitting here a hundred years. Dry as dirt...oh if only I could shed a single tear. Here's my story, forty stories, up way high above the ground. To the left and ......Read the rest...
Categories: monotony, absence, age, depression, identity,
Form: Rhyme

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