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Newspaper Poems - Poems about Newspaper

Newspaper Poems - Examples of all types of poems about newspaper 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 newspaper.
The Dancer
...Like an old cat stretching her limbs in the sunlight Warmth seeping through knots in her gnarled hands and sShe sits on a paisley chair in front of the East window welling in her stiff knees Pre......Read More
Categories: newspaper, age, dance, death,
Form: Free verse



What's Dead is Dead
... After checking the Sears and Roebuck and Montgomery Wards catalogs until their pages were torn and faded, we took one last look at the sales ads in the local newspaper, donned our socks and sandal,......Read More
Categories: newspaper, poetry,
Form: Haibun
I’ve Become My Father
...I look in a mirror and see the old man, I was told was there from fourteen years old. I’ve become my father, eyeglasses in every room so as not to waste precious time searching for them. Newsp......Read More
Categories: newspaper, age, father,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Proficient Reading Cow
...Herbert did not say much about his proficient reading cow. But she read at an eighth-grade level, none of us knew how. We saw her reading the newspaper and an encyclopedia too. Unlike other cows, ......Read More
Categories: newspaper, animal,
Form: Rhyme
Account for Things and Be Truthful
...Local newspaper needs a finance and poetry page. Successful people, Who are disliked by others, Must account for actions. My Americanized Horn Haiku. Usually no caps of punctuation. Those......Read More
Categories: newspaper, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku



God and Balm of Gilead
...when with God are in doubt of Him poems will be about how He can help us out when with God have been He will always let us in free from all sin when God is in each Psalm makes us peaceful ......Read More
Categories: newspaper, allegory,
Form: Haiku
In the autumn that trickles slowly, like the sand through an hourglass
...In the autumn that trickles slowly, like the sand through an hourglass, The frost of the morning laments on the deserted pavement, While the clock of the heart, with its ticking keeps measure, Cre......Read More
Categories: newspaper, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
if you go down to the park today
...If you go down to the park today, You will not find an educated tramp in your way, Wanting to pass the time of day. Park benches free of sleeping tramps all day, No newspapers with yesterday's ......Read More
Categories: newspaper, addiction, allusion, analogy, break
Form: Burlesque
Premium Member Please do not gawk at Christmas Display
...Oak Street had three car wrecks in one week After the mayor and his wife put out their Christmas display Santa and his reindeer, inflatables. Newspaper headline said Please do not go to Oak Str......Read More
Categories: newspaper, christmas,
Form: Free verse
Safe Place
...The large iron safe has an old-fashioned locking system, levers need to be pulled, dials twisted, knobs turned back and forth. It is a closet, a room to enter and lock behind you. It is tall......Read More
Categories: newspaper, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Gender Based Violence
...Please keep your voice down We don't want to wake up the kids It's already taken a toll on them That mum and dad are no more They don't understand how They'll live without you coming home Or ......Read More
Categories: newspaper, absence, abuse, family, life,
Form: Free verse
newspaper and frost
...a newspaper and frost The winter of 1947 was very cold, the country was exhausted, the German army that had given employment to civilians, had surrendered and taken the train home Mother was ......Read More
Categories: newspaper, anger, angst, best friend,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Collections
...Coins and watches keychains old newspaper clippings Necklaces and chains stamps baseballs cards and old pictures all thrown into one......Read More
Categories: newspaper, memory,
Form: List
Premium Member Changed Life
...CHANGED LIFE Just by chance once I got acquainted with a Bengali Writer and Novelist in a festival. I had special admiration about his writings ......Read More
Categories: newspaper, appreciation, memory,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Things of the Heart
...People sometimes tell me the heirlooms given to me hold no value over how my heart feels, but these things have memories, stories of where they've come from that tug at my heart. They’re scattered a......Read More
Categories: newspaper, family, happy, memory, perspective,
Form: Free verse

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