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Pubs Poems - Poems about Pubs

Pubs Poems - Examples of all types of poems about pubs 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 pubs.
a Goa restaurant
...The Goa restaurant was in a quiet neighbourhood a place with small shops selling domestic wares of the things needed for everyday use a place I would like to live instead of in a tower block on ......Read More
Categories: pubs, beautiful, color, devotion,
Form: Blank verse

Know it All Tshirt Maker Day Job
...Been there Seen it Heard it Done it all before As I Work as a t-shirt maker during the day Am on each and ever social media platform known to man existing out there on the intern......Read More
Categories: pubs, humorous,
Form: Free verse
Dad leaves six to face life
...Harold died leaving six behind, Whom few close families might mind By being to them honestly kind. They'd cross them in streets like the blind! Harold's son by slight buffoon, As he does self ......Read More
Categories: pubs, care, change, cry, death,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Longing
...That time of year a longing occurs A Country, far away, waits to welcome me A challenging journey awaits Back in time as time lords partake The clocks of the World tick away the hours Arrive q......Read More
Categories: pubs, desire, friendship,
Form: Free verse
In the Pubs
...Never bare your soul, otherwise, you will most probably have created your own black hole ......Read More
Categories: pubs, pain,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Watch your Ps and Qs
... You’ve probably said it with good intent yet without a clue as to what it meant? Well, dear reader, relax. Thanks to my research you can now bid a final goodbye to many years of blissful ig......Read More
Categories: pubs, humor,
Form: Light Verse
Some things I Like
...Once upon a time Late into a beer festival I saw a drink called Dark Stormy Sea of Amnesia (8%) When placed onto the table I watched as it swished and swirled Stormy waves settling within thic......Read More
Categories: pubs, drink,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member I Wish I Were Irish
...I Wish I Were Irish For the gift of gab, the blarney stone I’d kiss Upside down by ankles dangling, I’d do this A story-teller I’d surely be Risking life and limb ‘tis me To spew flattery amo......Read More
Categories: pubs, humor,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Irish Pub on St Paddys Day
...If you are going to frequent a pub today Make it in Cork, though it be far away Make it Murphy’s, for it is St. Paddy’s day And while you are there, you had better pray. The Irish are wild, nev......Read More
Categories: pubs, march,
Form: Monorhyme
Sock Drawer Poets
...Sock drawer poets they called us, All our scribblings secreted away, Composed then filed unread, Hidden from the light of day. And then along came the Tablet And universal broadband, Fast Inter......Read More
Categories: pubs, poems, poetry, spoken word,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sydney Opera House
...Jorn Utzon received the Pritzker Architecture Prize for his masterpiece Sydney Opera House is famous the world over, maybe in space too Her shells are recognizable by millions, even I, who have nev......Read More
Categories: pubs, travel,
Form: Prose
Creditor and debtor converse
...Paul wants to his debts pay by installments Red-eyed Mark holds not back raw sentiments. “The cash you plan to release me piecemeal I could lavish in some delicious meal, Kitchens crossing the......Read More
Categories: pubs, business, conflict, money, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Fiddler and The Frog
...It all began as normal The fiddler's practice session. Lively rousing tunes Were his prime obsession. A frog leapt suddenly with a croak On the final rise of the bow. " Keep playing! We'll co......Read More
Categories: pubs, fun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Parents Love
... Thirty two years ago today Our family was complete With the arrival of a baby boy Overdue, nine pounds, perfect and sweet The purest love we had ever known The day our whirlwind child arriv......Read More
Categories: pubs, childhood, parents, pride,
Form: Rhyme
The Bold Wind
...I feel the wind passing through my hair blowing a sweet aroma in the atmosphere; the birds in the trees are flying around with glee and the scent of the fish blowing from the sea caresses my face. ......Read More
Categories: pubs, appreciation, boat, community, passion,
Form: Free verse

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