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Polo Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Mohan Jedaro Tahira Parveen Free verse polo, bible, god, gothic, islamic,
Premium Member Poem Nocturnal Rhapsody millard lowe Prose Poetry polo, beauty, metaphor, moon, night,
Marco Polo Desires Richard Evans Free verse polo, soulmate,
Premium Member Poem IF YOU PULL A LONG FACE - Part XXXI T Wignesan Dramatic Monologue polo, anti bullying, cinco de
I JOHN CLUADE Eric Cover Dodoitsu polo, africa, allah, america, arabic,
Premium Member Poem PRINCESS LEIA AND HANS SOLO nette onclaud Clerihew polo, celebrity, humor,
Food shortage john scott Rhyme polo, analogy,
Blue Fire Christopher Goss Free verse polo, anger, dark, hurt, meaningful,
His Mercedes Benz Ibohal Kshetrimayum ABC polo, 8th grade, 9th grade,
Ran Into Elvis Jesus and Your Memory at Walmart Judge Burdon Free verse polo, lost love,
2012 darren risden Rhyme polo, sports,
Self Sabotaged Rosy Robin Carretti Dramatic Monologue polo, adventure, confidence, desire, destiny,
CRAZY Mick Talbot Blank verse polo, crazy, fun, summer,
Dirty Underwear Shaniki Smith Verse polo, lost love,
Silver Arrows, and Rickets Dave McGahan Concrete polo, 1st grade, analogy, appreciation,
Marco Polo andrea herrera I do not know? polo, anxiety, death, depression, farewell,
For 7 yr olds Susan Goldsmith Limerick polo, 2nd grade,
Premium Member Poem Elite Lament Greg Gaul Rhyme polo, class, culture, discrimination, loss,
Castles in the Sand Melissa Tracy Rhyme polo, childhood, crush, cute love,
Fashion at MOMA ilene bauer Rhyme polo, clothes,
Premium Member Poem Vagabond Ralph Sergi Free verse polo, travel,
Premium Member Poem PYPU Pull Yo Pants UP James Edward Lee Sr. Ballad polo, america, analogy, body, change,
Haywire Ghetto Pin Dew Free verse polo, dark, image, life, society,
My Pet Dragon Elijah Johnson Light Verse polo, child, fantasy, father son,
Premium Member Poem Their baby girl turned out exceptional connie pachecho Bio polo, beautiful, child, daughter, growing
Here's Some Ideas Daisy Thomas Free verse polo, angst, conflict, confusion, freedom,
momentarily Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, baseball, basketball, beach,
Premium Member Poem Grit And Guts On The Gridiron - 1 Justin Bordner Epic polo, america, sports, war,
Immensely Vast Chris Green Free verse polo, i am,
compatibility Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, animal,
ooooooio Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, beautiful,
la la di dah dah la Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, allusion, baptism,
Premium Member Poem By Blue Bell's Creek Lu Loo Rhyme polo, childhood, family, nature,
ink Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, analogy,
Gaurden Misti Himes Bio polo, slavery,
No Bedroom Clown Live Here Shaniki Smith Verse polo, love, love hurts,
My Bio Poem Shaniki Smith Bio polo, adventure,
sea shanty seeing shandy Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, america, bird,
genealogical genes grabbing golden geese Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, arabic, art, beautiful, bible,
No pants rick Trash Boat Free verse polo, abuse, adventure, africa, allusion,
plazas played platforms Taoi Chanan I do not know? polo, business,
Premium Member Poem Soul Stance River - 3 Justin Bordner Epic polo, adventure,
Premium Member Poem Bright Red Rhoda Monihan Heroic Couplets polo, appreciation, cheer up, color,
DEEP IN THE WATER christopher michaels Narrative polo, abuse, addiction, allusion, crazy,
Concord Massachusetts Passingways Ingrid Showalter Swift Free verse polo, funeral, garden, history, i
A PRAYER TO GOD njeri hunjeri Free verse polo, africa, children, god, growing
Premium Member Poem Round of Applause James Horn Couplet polo, humorous, sports,
Glimpse Herbert Siao Elegy polo, april, cry, emotions, eulogy,
Premium Member Poem GEMSTONES Muhammad Safa Thajudeen Light Verse polo, identity, judgement, life,
Dinner For Two Cupids Arrow Free verse polo, romantic,

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Polo Poem Example

Glimpse

It was like a whisper- 
My wife delivered the sad news- 
"Your grandfather was dead."- 
And so he was- 
Her eyes was awfully sad- 
Touched me gently on my back- 
He was old- 
The time I started to noticed him around- 
He was a relic- 
He talked about the war- 
The warring in the land- 
Dispute over religion- 
The greatness of the past Presidency- 
How Marcos summary killed young idealist- 
How my uncle survived the bullet- 
And wrote a letter to Imelda to help him- 
The hospital bill in exchange of his ideology-
How he comes on this land- 
Answered the migration call-
In the Southern Philippine-
He was young- 
He loves democracy-
He went to street and joined the protesters-
To end up injustices- 
He tilted the land- 
Grow coffee and Avocado- 
He sniffed the salty wind of the Celebes sea- 
As he stood at the cliff of Matutum- 
Sometimes they sale fruits in the public market- 
Those years of the early 60's- 
While my mother was just a kid- 
Then we came- 
My cousins and us- 
We sat at the table- 
Trembling in the dark of dawn- 
That was during our summer escapade-
While grandma prepared for us a hot milk- 
Then he walked near beside- 
Staring on us- 
Preached the narrative of his life- 
As I perceived- 
He was a learned man- 
Our pillar collapsed-
My knees gave up- 
I sat on a bench- 
My body drenched by my cold sweat-
My eyes drawn beyond the wall- 
Like I search things on the mirror-
Tears lined on my eye-
An innocent face- 
Stared back from the reflection of the clear pond- 
"Eat it..eat it..eat it..",my older cousin whimpered-
We wore straw hat- 
And a checkered polo-
And the place was cold- 
That morning, we went into a brook-
We forgot time went by-
It was already two in the afternoon-
"Let's go home!", I don't recall who said that-
We walked briskly- 
Hold a big salmon on our hand- 
We were afraid- 
The sky was slowly given up from the dark- 
The rain started to pour- 
Then we saw him-
He was there signaling us to halt- 
Tending his carabao- 
At six- 
We gathered on the sofa- 
Only the flickers of the light glows- 
He sat on the dark corner- 
Listened the radio transistor gibbers- 
The mountain loomed in silence- 
The radio announcer talked about the cold front- 
The wind outside whistled-
At school he asked on us sometimes- 
How things going on-
He bragged about it- 
To his neighbors-
On his house at Tieza- 
There was this book rack- 
I sat there often-
Read carefully-
Those stories about the Greeks- 
The Filipino contemporary authors- 
Because of that I love to stay in the library- 
Hand gripped the yellow mongol pencil- 
Scribbling some words on crumpled papers- 
And hid it somewhere-
At college he went to our house at Silway- 
He watched the television- 
I read silently the Doveglion- 
Near beside him- 
He was weak and knew his end was coming- 
I touched his head always- 
He breath weakly and coughed-
How I love my old man- 
My son likes to play beside him- 
He was on his death bed-
Then my wife- 
Was standing right in front on the workplace- 
She looked at me on the eye- 
And I knew the smile of there is something-
Isn't right-
I knew he was gone-

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