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Monument Poems - Poems about Monument

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Premium Member A Monument to Air
...ght, particles, rainbows, scents There is Not a life that You the Air do not sustain Forgetful us, we never built a Monument to Air. ......Read More
Categories: monument, nature,
Form: Concrete

Juvenilia: Early Poems X
...Juvenilia: Early Poems X These are early poems written in my teens and twenties. Regret by Michael R. Burch R......Read More
Categories: monument, age, child, children, dream,
Form: Rhyme
Monument Valley
...mystery ancient, each look inspired The sand the measure of all between What’s in my soul —and unforeseen (Monument Valley Utah: September, 2021) ......Read More
Categories: monument, voyage,
Form: Rhyme
...a journey of profound exploration I create a future out of hope And leave behind my legacy: A building, a tower, a monument Or a tearful epitaph Engraved on the headstone Of what might have been, Yes, we have lands to explore M......Read More
Categories: monument, future, introspection, life, remember,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member RED RINGS
...d Always down The Avenue. Every day they went there, Not only for the rings. Sometimes they stood by the monument And looked at the rare birds. "Arith, what is the name of that rare bird?" Jenna knew he would not answer.......Read More
Categories: monument, fantasy,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Pagoda
...r flows where zeal on fire creates a space to live and love the human race. * stupa: A Buddhist commemorative monument usually housing sacred relics associated with the Buddha or other saintly persons. ......Read More
Categories: monument, life, love, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Marvelous Mickey Mouse
...Mickey Mouse! Maestro of entertainment! Monument of fun, frolic, sports, and games Masters many in mental management Molding and making minds gain grandeur ai......Read More
Categories: monument, 5th grade, allegory, analogy,
Form: Pantoum
Holding Back Tears
...strong, men are intelligent they command every element. But my father is the polar opposite he’s my mother’s special monument. But my father suffers in silence as my mother uses her violence. Men aren’t always brave, that’s stereotypi......Read More
Categories: monument, abuse, child abuse, mother
Form: Free verse
...Monument shall be my image, A book shall be my memory Not how many pages I inked, But how impactful is it to the worl......Read More
Categories: monument, appreciation, books, caregiving, desire,
Form: Free verse
...alive... ! Peace, peace... I don't desire you colossal monument... Dead nature... dead in life... !......Read More
Categories: monument, allegory, allusion, appreciation, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Poem Thai I have Updated
...ith their alibis found a perfect place where they did race into space while we set the pace people did approve monument we must remove never to return did start and begin voting via a drive in through the thick and thin wh......Read More
Categories: monument, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Future is Now
...bsess Gender-neutral bathrooms: Oy, what a mess Not to mention 'taking a knee' or critical race theory All the monument-toppling just makes wise hearts weary The day draws nigh for the green and yellow men ~ Exchange your do......Read More
Categories: monument, america, future, strength, world,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member HICK PHONICS
...eel. Usage: "Gee I hope that brother of mine from Jawjah don't git a flat tar in my pick up." Tire - Noun - A tall monument. Usage: "Lord willin' and the creek don't rise I hope to see that Eiffel Tire in Paris someday." Retard - Ve......Read More
Categories: monument, funny,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Where Have All the Heroes Gone
... Looking to topple a monument ~ All that they found was cracked cement......Read More
Categories: monument, hero, irony, satire,
Form: Crystalline
Doors of perception
...ostly hidden to keep elusions not forbidden Doors that shape shift to ones liking inherited desire so very inviting Monument entrance royal fanfare for the narcissist and all its care Procrastinated sand castle melt instant illusion ......Read More
Categories: monument, perspective,
Form: Ballade

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