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Partridge Poems

Partridge Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of partridge poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for partridge.

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Premium Member Anorakorama
The Flashing Blade
Mister Ed
Bagpuss and Hector's House.

The Double Deckers
The Herbs and Dangermouse.

Out Of Town
Jackanory and
Thunderbirds (Are Go!)

The Tomorrow People
Catweazle and
The Tomfoolery Show.  (What do you mean, you don't remember this??...OK..substitute The Phil Silvers' Show then..)

The Flaxton Boys
The Prisoner and
The...Read More
Categories: partridge, memory,
Form: Rhyme

Faces to my disorder
Grace is a forgotten sensation from the depths of green.
All I have is this cracked mirror, painted with sunflowers.
Calamity, my only friend, and yet I am the only one painted yellow.
Often the prayer of the ignorant outmatches the fool, but...Read More
Categories: partridge, angel, betrayal, bullying, cancer, destiny,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Wake Up Little Snoozy - Collaboration
Early mornings, how I hate them!
("Tumble out of bed and stumble to the kitchen..."),
("We're not gonna sit in silence..."),
But I did love them
("I think I love you"...)
Up early, raring to go
("Those were the days, my friend..."),
Yeah, that was then,
This is...Read More
Categories: partridge, confusion, friend, morning, moving on,
Form: Free verse
Harrison Park
Harrison Park is large
It has a trailer park
The people camp out
They spend their summer
In this park is a restaurant
All the food is home made
This place is always packed
They are enjoying their meal

The park has visitors
Rain or shine people come
To...Read More
Categories: partridge, animal, bird, summer, time, together,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Partridge Charlieku 3-3-3
fallen snow
three rolled balls
snowman grins

at partridge
perched on a
Christmas tree

joined waiting
turtle doves
out the cold 


Poetry Contest: Charlieku 3-3-3 
Sponsored by: Charles Messina...Read More
Categories: partridge, bird, christmas, snow, tree,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member Anthem for a Veggie
Anthem for a Veggie

Never gonna roast no chicken
Never gonna braise no steak
Never gonna grill no lamb chop
Eating meat, I’ll not partake.

Never gonna fry no sausage
Never gonna boil no ham
Never gonna barbecue burger
Feast only of the fields and Yam.

Won’t feast on...Read More
Categories: partridge, animal, food, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member partridge

partridge family
traveling band
a tv road show

posted on July 2, 2018...Read More
Categories: partridge, celebrity, family, growing up, music, passion, travel,
Form: Senryu
Premium Member in autumn forest

in autumn forest
a partridge taking flight
dad’s old hunting hat

posted on June 2, 2018...Read More
Categories: partridge, autumn, bird, death, father, life,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Monoku
tales of the Iroquois twitter, afowl — partridge drumming hostile beats


Wow me with a one liner
Silent One - sponsor More
Categories: partridge, bird, hate, nature, racism,
Form: Monoku
Prayed Positioned on a Perch
To church we had hurried and did go,
When outside God would let it snow;
He said if you can;
Make me a snowman;
Put my Son's face on and see it glow.

Did Drink Wine

We prayed to God with all our might;
Church choir came...Read More
Categories: partridge, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Hanging Bridge
C-oal clouds and rain Friday 
A-re both nowhere in view; 
N-ight chill has disappeared, 
D-arkness departs from 

S-un twenty-seventh January 
A-ims to brighten the day; 
L-et Thursday haze vanish, 
V-ile weather fades away. 
A-llow the morn to break, 
D-awn...Read More
Categories: partridge, birthday,
Form: Acrostic
Fruity fruits use flambes flamboyantly
Go and play golf with a melon ball. Go on. It's great. No don't cut it into segments. How on earth are you going to hit it with the club if you do that? Right, now that is understood line...Read More
Categories: partridge, absence,
Form: I do not know?
Getting caught in a net on a motorway
Oh look a tantric tangerine slice is walking in high heels with a melon man. Moody mouldy men make monetary meals. And who can eat a coin with a note anyway? Swilled down with a cup of golden nugget juice?...Read More
Categories: partridge, autumn, beautiful,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member I am the Cat
I am the cat that lapped the cream,
Mother forgot to put back in the fridge;
Now I am sleepy and happy to dream,
Of chicken, cheese and baked partridge!

Mother forgot to put back in the fridge,
Scraps of corned beef and edible leftovers,
Of...Read More
Categories: partridge, cat, humor, humorous,
Form: Pantoum
Queues for the moos in their shoes now 1 2 3 4 5
An overweight lollipop in a heavy winter coat can shiver even on the most warmest of days. For shivers shimmer shaken soldiering shakers and therefore a logical partridge cannot be ignored at lunch. Seal spoke of truth to a wry...Read More
Categories: partridge, basketball,
Form: I do not know?
travel all life
Travel all life

Roam all life long,
Pilgrimage shore to shore,
In this life and yon; who can tell
Where to!
Cinquains | 09.06.14 |  

From my book, Harvest of the Late season, published by Penguin (Partridge)...Read More
Categories: partridge, travel,
Form: Cinquain
The gift of tears
The gift of tears

A lot is lost—losses unheard,
Lost indeed, saved still price-less things
By women of this wanton world—
The stream of tears easy that spring;
A lot saved by men— things nigh weird—
Position and power and prestige,
High walls to hold women in...Read More
Categories: partridge, men, women,
Form: Sonnet
In the lap of storms
In the lap of storms

Slumped off we never sit, nor breathe easy
On hitting home shores, nor in content coo,
Nor crow, we struggled hard at stormy sea,
But shed sweat just as hard for new goals due.
And on kissing them, in fair...Read More
Categories: partridge, adventure,
Form: Sonnet
Blest to earn your pardon
Blest to earn your pardon

My green mood-maker, no grief to him grim,
Heralding breeze of good days wafting prone,
And with a heart to hear my woes, lost moan,
Brief though were his visits— my life’s sole dream;
And this time too I was...Read More
Categories: partridge, loneliness, longing,
Form: Sonnet
A duet sung alone
A duet sung alone

I know now how confusing was to find
That I loved my love walking one-way street,
Not knowing what her heart willed, not a bit,
Chaotic nigh, and yet of cuter kind,
For, silent came my love, clueless the same,
Though frost...Read More
Categories: partridge, cute, love,
Form: Sonnet
No use in shallows to swim
No use in shallows to swim

Li’le do we know how in this world to wind:
Name, forget fame, we fall for gems-jewels,
Knowing well, every shine shines for short spells,
Who heeds heart? Heads hanker for faults to find;
Who strains right from wrong,...Read More
Categories: partridge, adventure,
Form: Sonnet

Observing a street scene from point of high vantage 
Is a reminder of something really quite outlandish

The people seen below are all purposefully scurrying about
But in reality they seem like ants do they not?

So take this scene and apply it...Read More
Categories: partridge, analogy, confusion, fantasy, humorous, philosophy, simile, universe,
Form: Couplet
Rejoice the soul is alive
Rejoice, the soul is alive

Should the sight of star-spangled skies at night
Drench you deep with wonderment of a child,
And that of blue skies, with the same delight,
And if this unknown joy be no less wild;
If a blade of grass springing...Read More
Categories: partridge, innocence,
Form: Sonnet
Dusty snow globes should be cleaned upside down wearing a suit and tie
A portly partridge, a kale coloured koala and a lecherous lion were climbing up a snow covered precipice in a first gear shake. The beating of the engine spike of deathly chills and the iced tipped trees stood erect and...Read More
Categories: partridge, appreciation,
Form: I do not know?
There is a ten millimetre apple waving over there
Fully dropped partridge. Snowing in circles then? Interesting how a sparrow can use a spade but not a fork. And how amazing is it to whirl around and around in a barrel of sharks. Yes. It is to be said...Read More
Categories: partridge, angel,
Form: I do not know?