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Nozzle Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Hosed Again Tom Wright Lyric Lyric nozzle, satire, water,
Water Play Bette Bavington Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, adventure, children, friendship, fun,
Butcher Tuwa Noor Prose Poetry Prose Poetry nozzle, peace,
Premium Member Poem Melted Crayons John lawless Free verse Free verse nozzle, childhood, color, growing up,
The Water Market Jack Ton Quatrain Quatrain nozzle, business,
WATER TANKA Anisha Dutta Tanka Tanka nozzle, how i feel, water,
Ultimate DIY tool Viv Wigley Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, humor,
Premium Member Poem Any Port In A Pinch Jack Ellison Limerick Limerick nozzle, dream,
Weebles Wobble DM Babbit Blitz Blitz nozzle, children, word play,
Premium Member Poem One Good Thing Doug Vinson Prose Prose nozzle, life, memory, poverty, work,
THE DAY I LAID EGG Sabbath De Yecouba Acrostic Acrostic nozzle, betrayal,
hippopotamus having hyperactivity Taoi Chanan I do not know? I do not know? nozzle, beauty,
My Steamy Dream cheryl hoffman Light Verse Light Verse nozzle, adventure, dream, humor,
The perfumed fantasy Prasenjit Banerjee Sonnet Sonnet nozzle, fantasy, imagery,
The Hour That Defines Us Cole Banner Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, adventure, character, conflict, dark,
Those successful Deepak Chalise Blank verse Blank verse nozzle, abuse, change, hurt,
Premium Member Poem Another Dawn, Another Day Robert Amure Verse Verse nozzle, bible, evil, faith, fear,
Sobbing of Mother Deepak Chalise Personification Personification nozzle, anxiety, deep, devotion, heartbroken,
Air Travel Mark Friedman Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, flying, humorous, travel, vacation,
Dear Mother Sabion Osore Free verse Free verse nozzle, appreciation, birth, mom,
THE WHITE LIE john chizoba vincent Blank verse Blank verse nozzle, abuse, age, art,
An Old Vintage Shotgun of Mine Akash Sagar Light Verse Light Verse nozzle, age, childhood, emotions, missing,
Premium Member Poem Whatever, Whatever, Whatever Jack Ellison Narrative Narrative nozzle, humorous,
Halloween,Halloween Richard Palmer Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, death, halloween, hilarious, horror,
Premium Member Poem Zapfhahn Gary Bateman Free verse Free verse nozzle, adventure, allegory, drink, fun,
Premium Member Poem Facade of Content Joe Flach Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, life,
Premium Member Poem The Father Day Gift From Dragon Carol Eastman Light Verse Light Verse nozzle, fantasy, fathers day, fun,
TRUMPET olusegun Arowolo Rictameter Rictameter nozzle, judgement, life,
My Secret Phobia Samia Ali Salama Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, funny, me, fear, me,
Phantom Mechanisms Rusted Dream Free verse Free verse nozzle, mystery, me, night, people,
Green Is The Colour Toheeb Tiamiyu Rhyme Rhyme nozzle, football,
Premium Member Poem The Urchin in Dr Radhakrishnan Road - Part One T Wignesan Free verse Free verse nozzle, life,
Poland Spring william white I do not know? I do not know? nozzle,
abacha patrick uanseru Didactic Didactic nozzle, introspection, nostalgia, time, voice,
My Garden Pool Norman Purvis Light Verse Light Verse nozzle, animals, nature, garden,
A Life in the Fire Tony Hanson I do not know? I do not know? nozzle, adventure, faith, inspirational, time,

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Nozzle Poem Example

Air Travel

AIR TRAVEL

When travelling by air, the first thing that you do,
Is gather all your stuff and pack your bags,
And especially when you travel by plane,
Make sure they are all equipped with luggage tags.

We usually print out our boarding passes,
About 24 hours before,
This way we avoid any extra airport lines,
And getting onto the plane, we’ll be assured.

Confirm that you scheduled a car service,
To get you there an hour before your flight,
You check in your luggage and go through security,
They scan with an x-ray whatever is not in plain sight.

You take off your shoes, and remove from your pockets,
Any objects, sometimes your belt or your watch,
You walk through a scanner, on rare occasions pat you down,
Just make sure they avoid your crotch.

Now you walk with your carry-on bags,
Sometimes a quarter mile to your respective gate,
You check the screen if your flight’s still on time,
Now all you have to do now is wait.

Finally you get on the line to board the plane,
The representative collects your pass,
Hopefully you will not sit next to someone,
Who spills over into your seat because of his big, fat ***.

You find your seat whether it’s assigned or not,
Depending on if you are on Jet Blue or Southwest,
You put your carry-ons in the overhead bins,
It won’t be until you land that you could truly rest.

The flight attendant prepares you for take-off,
She points out the location of the emergency doors,
She tells you to have all your stuff stored above, 
Or under the seat in front of you on the floor.

The “Fasten your seat belt” light goes on,
They demonstrate the use of the oxygen mask,
Trying to adjust that overhead air nozzle,
Can really be a challenging task.

You’re told to have your seatback in the upright position,
Have your snack table stowed away is what you hear,
The flight attendant says, “We’re cleared for take-off”,
The next thing you know is you’re up in the air.

You look in the seat pocket in front of you,
There’s a barf bag and a schematic of the plane,
Then you browse through the items in the Sky-mall catalog,
If I bought something from them, you might call me insane.

A lousy bag of peanuts and small cup of soda,
Is about the extent of the food that you will get,
So it’s a good idea to buy something to eat,
Before you are about to board the jet.

Your plane finally lands on the runway,
It’s the start of a much needed vacation,
You hope that when you go to find your bags,
You don’t discover that they arrived at another destination.



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