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Noting Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem The 911 Call PAT Adams Quatrain Quatrain noting, character, confusion, humorous,
Premium Member Poem I Did Not Anticipate Aging in Advance Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse noting, age,
Premium Member Poem Faith As A Crutch Duncan R. M. Ferguson Lyric Lyric noting, faith, hope, introspection, perspective,
Premium Member Poem Shrieking and Wailing Caren Krutsinger Free verse Free verse noting, 10th grade, 11th grade,
The Ladies Room Rhona McFerran Rhyme Rhyme noting, community, people, perspective, places,
The soul Errand and other poems Saheed Ridwan Ballad Ballad noting, africa, beautiful, beauty, child,
Premium Member Poem ShotGun Journey Gerald Dillenbeck Free verse Free verse noting, age, analogy, health, imagery,
my kitty patrick Denis kandawire Alliteration Alliteration noting, allusion, anger, blessing, boy,
Every grain of sand Chris Green Rhyme Rhyme noting, good night,
Premium Member Poem Universalists and Unitarians Gerald Dillenbeck Political Verse Political Verse noting, caregiving, earth, environment, freedom,
Rainy Summers Eve Charlie Baker Enclosed Rhyme Enclosed Rhyme noting, imagery, inspiration, rain,
Premium Member Poem CONSIDER Leon Enriquez Couplet Couplet noting, change,
Premium Member Poem Your Abandon CayCay Jennings Rhyme Rhyme noting, abuse, angst, betrayal, conflict,
OH YES I CAN SEE Mick Talbot Verse Verse noting, nature,
Three Newest Pieces By Mario Vitale Mario Vitale Prose Poetry Prose Poetry noting, anxiety, art,
Premium Member Poem They Become Paris-Maree Boreham Free verse Free verse noting, depression,
Premium Member Poem Clara Emile Pinet Rhyme Rhyme noting, 8th grade, angst, anxiety,
Premium Member Poem If We Live And Love, We Want Not To Say Goodbye Robert Lindley Sonnet Sonnet noting, art, heart, life, love,
Premium Member Poem Friendship of the Kindest Kind Gershon Wolf Rhyme Rhyme noting, family, friendship, holiday, loneliness,
Premium Member Poem NOTHING James Edward Lee Sr. Acrostic Acrostic noting, analogy, word play,
Natures guardians fauxcroft wade Dramatic Verse Dramatic Verse noting, adventure, humanity, inspirational, nature,
Premium Member Poem A Baby Gershon Wolf Rhyme Rhyme noting, appreciation, baby, growth,
Light On the Devil's Chord - Day 35 Laura Breidenthal Epic Epic noting, dark, deep, fear, fire,
Premium Member Poem WISHING FOR LONGER TIME nette onclaud Free verse Free verse noting, absence, childhood, memory,
the truth does not make sense jake aller Free verse Free verse noting, truth,
Young G Mario Vitale Free verse Free verse noting, africa,
Love Letter Kristina Whitmore Free verse Free verse noting, analogy, love, passion, perspective,
Gothic Heart Mario Vitale Free verse Free verse noting, art, autumn,
Premium Member Poem Depression Doesn't Live Here Anymore James Edward Lee Sr. Lyric Lyric noting, adventure, analogy, bereavement, blue,
Human Nature Doesn't Change - IV David Welch Rhyme Rhyme noting, betrayal, growth, how i
Premium Member Poem You're Not That Hard To Find James Edward Lee Sr. Lyric Lyric noting, absence, anxiety, appreciation, assonance,
halloween sonnet cheyanne lewis Sonnet Sonnet noting, halloween,
Premium Member Poem A Red Rose Yearning For The Wild connie pachecho Personification Personification noting, flower, nature, nursery rhyme,
Simple Truths Patience Jones ABC ABC noting, anxiety, depression, health, truth,
Premium Member Poem You're BLACK James Edward Lee Sr. Rhyme Rhyme noting, abuse, america, betrayal, black
Premium Member Poem Le Squirrel Sat For Le Painter connie pachecho Personification Personification noting, art, betrayal, parody,
Dark Gothic Heart Mario Vitale Free verse Free verse noting, beauty,
Premium Member Poem Prayer James Edward Lee Sr. Lyric Lyric noting, analogy, appreciation, assonance, confidence,
Premium Member Poem If I Could Write A Song To God James Edward Lee Sr. Free verse Free verse noting, appreciation, blessing, christian, god,
Nothing like a hard working man concetta hardnett ABC ABC noting, art,
Cigarette Smoke My Christmas Story Alfred Berggren Free verse Free verse noting, sorry,
SOWING A SEED THAT LIVES FOREVER Ediruma Edward Eric ABC ABC noting, appreciation, confidence, courage, freedom,
Let It Go Joel Lee Rhyme Rhyme noting, life,
Time Bade Khunt Free verse Free verse noting, time,
Premium Member Poem he friend me on fb connie pachecho Free verse Free verse noting, anxiety, boyfriend, break up,
Fainne Chladaigh Angeline Haikutwinkle Free verse Free verse noting, beautiful, philosophy, symbolism,
Keep Dalton Ogletree Rhyme Rhyme noting, old, poetry, rap, words,
The day you became nothing but a memory Weydene Winster Dramatic monologue Dramatic monologue noting, absence, birth, care, depression,
Point of view Jonathan Rodriguez I do not know? I do not know? noting, dark, death, depression, emo,
Tarit Stanley Carter Free verse Free verse noting, growing up, little sister,

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Noting Poem Example

Math Teacher

She was known as "Miss Knuckle Rapper"—
My old-maid math teacher in sixth grade.
She was well-groomed, but hardly dapper
And unrelentingly strict, stern, and staid.

"You WILL master fractions," she pronounced,
Smacking her desk with a ruler of wood.
The desk wasn't all on which she pounced,
She'd rap our knuckles if she felt she should.

"Lay your hands on your desks, nice and flat,"
She ordered pupils who had somehow erred.
The ruler struck their knuckles with a splat.
It was the discipline she faithfully preferred.

But there was more to the Rapper, I know it.
Leading her students to learn was her passion.
The ruler was a prop to grandstand her grit.
She cared for us all, but only in her fashion.

At making math practical she was a star,
Noting that knowing numbers was a "must."
"I'm sorry to say it but you won't go far,
Unless you learn math from one you trust."

By school year's end I had come to know
My teacher was driven by admirable actions.
She ruled to prep us for what life would bestow,
Including the mastering of fractions.

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