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Radio Poems - Poems about Radio

Radio Poems - Examples of all types of poems about radio 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 radio.
Premium Member The eye of the storm
...Huge fluffy clouds began to form over Sanibel Island as the salted gulf splashed against the rocks around the lighthouse coastal waters rose up as a calming coolness carried this gentle warm ......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, beach, beautiful, creation, rainbow,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member BROWN EYED GIRL
... A couple who’d been married for a few years were sitting together listening to music one day… when Van Morrison’s Brown Eyed Girl…on the radio began to play. “It’s one of my favorite songs!” H......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, love,
Form: Rhyme
Seven hundred and Ten
...Seven hundred and ten days ago, but it seems like just yesterday because shock from that days grip is only now, starting to let go. I have been in slow motion since the words of your exit were sent. ......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, angel, beautiful, grief, heaven,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Skin of Terror
...Skin of Terror - Daniel Henry Rodgers (Lights slowly rise on a lone figure, MICHAEL, hunched over a steering wheel. His knuckles are white aga......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, horror, mental health, mental
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Noisy Korea Now My Home
... When I first came To South Korea in 1979 To do my Peace Corps duty In a rural country town, I thought that the old name Of Korea “the land of the morning calm” Was absurd. Korea was ......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, appreciation, emotions, travel,
Form: Bio

After Karaoke lingers streetlights shine stars man and woman sleeping in shadows the library’s closed an intimate voice on the radio as I drive home midnight the spell is cast midnight as I drive......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, appreciation, inspiration, music, night,
Form: Verse
Where my memory's go
...I had a moment to see Flashbacks Rewind, Rewind my memory I need these thoughts to breath Fireworks to help me feel Light my mind Keep me spinning on this timeline Moments ago, we touched h......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, bereavement, friendship love, loss,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Portal - part 2
... NOTE: Please read part 1 so this makes more sense As soon as her words enter my brain I feel the force of a million gees pressing against my body, but only for a nanosecond, then nothing. Absolu......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, fantasy, suicide,
Form: Haibun
...A bleached blonde sunset that arrogates my depression. I've outgrown the inability to smile at the joke with no punchline. Listening to the noise on the radio is enough to bring anyone to an emotio......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, depression, mental health,
Form: Free verse
a ship's cook
...A ship's cook  The sea is dark, clunky, and calm today slowly undulate  turns white where the ship's bow has plowed a furrow that stretches for miles. Gulls still follow us, shrieking and wai......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, absence, anti bullying, books,
Form: Blank verse
...Reservations for the VIP lounge in Menteri spend some time wiff my gal she asked me how I was doing I answered her very well packed my rags and went to her house her Father invited me in to chit......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, character, creation, money, music,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Paper chase Ephemera
... Tucked away right at the back of my husband’s bedside cabinet lies a brown leather wallet The money is long gone but to him it contains something far more precious ... My bus......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Packing School Lunches
...What scene would I want to find comfort in more than this one, an ordinary morning in the farmhouse kitchen, blue checked curtains swaying, wooden shelves with plates and jars, the radio softly ......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, children, farm, mother,
Form: Free verse
Along Came A Song
...Sometimes, we need music. That’s what makes us tick. As human beings. The precious songs we sing. Even when it’s serious… Our sadness, precarious. Even when we sing off tune. We embrace our co......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, music,
Form: Rhyme
Sunday Afternoons
...Monday blues are preceded by Sunday yellows And I have always hated these Sunday afternoons To me, they feel so lazy I watch as the world turns silent and still No noise except for the cr......Read the rest...
Categories: radio, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse

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