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Rangy Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Soften, Spring Gregory R Barden Rhyme Rhyme rangy, appreciation, nature, spring,
Premium Member Poem The Surge, Life Gregory R Barden Sonnet Sonnet rangy, appreciation, beauty, environment, life,
Premium Member Poem Asian Epicurean Quest Geoffrey Brewer Prose Poetry Prose Poetry rangy, food,
Pickled scenery S.zaynab Kamoonpuri Triolet Triolet rangy, allah, nature, social,
Premium Member Poem He's of Zero Worth Cona Adams Quatrain Quatrain rangy, animal, cat, pets,
Yet 3 more Excerpts from The Lost Book of Tuberlantis Potato ofTerror Ballad Ballad rangy, crazy, deep, gothic, humor,
Why wake Lebo Bopalamo Light Verse Light Verse rangy, emotions, love,
Cowboy Legacy Tirzah Conway Cowboy Cowboy rangy, adventure, animals, childhood, cowboy-western,
Premium Member Poem Cowboy Christmas Robert L. Hinshaw Rhyme Rhyme rangy, cowboy-western, holidaychristmas, christmas,
Premium Member Poem The Diary Of Lord Kellington (6) Paula Swanson Narrative Narrative rangy, death
Reflections of September Laura Mckenzie Rhyme Rhyme rangy, animals, nature, time
The Song About Kayla Camille Beck I do not know? I do not know? rangy, friendship, hope, inspirational, sports,
Travelers Itch samantha jepson Bio Bio rangy, family, friendship, happiness, husband,
Mustang Band harold miller Cowboy Cowboy rangy, adventure, animals, cowboy-western, history,

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Rangy Poem Example

He's of Zero Worth

(I'd Pay a Million)

He's an ordinary gray, long and lean,
relieved by ashen whiskers and chin.
A perfect white 'V' marks his breast
and one snowy paw mocks the rest.

What is he worth to this old friend
when dozens can be had of his kind?
Some are more worthy of love and trust
and others are spared his hoary crust.

But daily I treasure his sweet purr
and gently stroke his ordinary fur.
I rest my eyes on his rangy form
and rue the day when he'll be gone.





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