Get Your Premium Membership

Past Poems - Poems about Past

Past Poems - Examples of all types of poems about past 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 past.
true love known
...true love known By Michelle Morris 08/02/2022 in these silent moments when we transcend the here and now our souls fly ever higher towards love and light so pure in the echoes of the past ......Read More
Categories: past, light, love, meaningful, relationship,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Wet Dew
... wet dew~what the sun kisses each morning Date Written: 6/8/2023......Read More
Categories: past, beauty, day, kiss, morning,
Form: Monoku
Half way there
...Five half-lives approach zero Takes calculus to reach anew Then the moment begins again The exhausting cycle with one end Only fools think we’re binary Take a lifetime to get over zero It tak......Read More
Categories: past, endurance, hope, life, math,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Echoes of Imperfection
... Gather around, my friends, and hear my tale, Of scarred and broken forms that prevail. Lipped with whispers of imperfections, Unfolding with each passing reflection. Feel the aw......Read More
Categories: past, analogy, appreciation, bereavement, character,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member pebbles crunching
...pebbles crunching, snap red shirt, red and yellow koi, florals and forest ill-fated past bids goodbye hello garden paradise ......Read More
Categories: past, garden,
Form: Tanka

Premium Member Criminal Minds
...The guy who had long hair, now looks worse with short, one chap looks so serious all the time, more than he ought; strange that people like watching murder as tho' it's normal, personally, I prefe......Read More
Categories: past, america, culture, fantasy,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Dusting of Spring Time
... Dusting of Spring Time In the dusting of the spring time sweet scented thoughts of yesterday knocked my remembrances ......Read More
Categories: past, appreciation, spring,
Form: Sonnet
A Farmer's Plight
...A Farmer’s Plight The field is ready The work is done Toiling in the soil Under the sun. We wait now for the monsoon rain To end our hunger and our pain. Loans, in part will be paid When we ......Read More
Categories: past, animal, girl, sad,
Form: Ballad
My Lips Know No Other
... I stand at the window, waiting again to behold thee whose words I thought were loyal to me if hearts could be seen, mine would have been on display at the museum the shattered heart of a......Read More
Categories: past, africa, allusion, art, courage,
Form: Free verse
Speed Demons
...I live for that feeling of complete weightlessness, when we speed down back roads lined with corn fields and rolling grasslands that stretch all the way to the foot of the mountains. I would......Read More
Categories: past, beautiful,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Life Should Optimize
... How much beyond inviting life could be. Yes, I am aware of how I only set traps for me. To be able to outlive those who are brief in life. Its issues grow ever worse, as does our s......Read More
Categories: past, analogy, appreciation, beauty, bereavement,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tribute to Harry Horsman
... Farewell seems so final, like death. How does one say~goodbye, not easy for family and friends. A writer wil......Read More
Categories: past, friend, poems, tribute, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Sitka Sunset
... A day in Alaska is like no other, breath taking landscape Snow topped mountains where eagles live, bears and moose roam free. A Sitka sunset is magical, as the blue skies change into a rainbow......Read More
Categories: past, day, magic, mountains, sky,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Rapture
...No one speaks of Rapture anymore What could one say short of singing and dancing graceful tandem play? Even evangelists seem less sure Rapture is a grace-filled promise of reward for vir......Read More
Categories: past, health, humor, integrity, passion,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member fast pass
... sans condoning or condemning ~ i stroll past the mother of all lines......Read More
Categories: past, allusion, deep, perspective,
Form: Monoku

Related Poems