Get Your Premium Membership

Richmond Poems - Poems about Richmond

Richmond Poems - Examples of all types of poems about richmond 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 richmond.
Something For Gregg
...I was somewhere deep in Kansas on a Triumph 69’ When your song came on the jukebox and hit me from behind I was headed for a bad place and cared for nothing much When I heard the song ‘Melissa,......Read More
Categories: richmond, music, time, travel,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Golden Years In the Golden State
...driving our kids west . . . our past life vanishing in the rear view mirror I don’t recall many details about our move to California. My husband’s job had transferred him two states over to Cali......Read More
Categories: richmond, life,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Fifa
...It’s been a few months now Since you don’t greet me at the door Sleep on the couch next to me Still find your hairs in the couch Your crate is still in the laundry room Empty It’s quiet now......Read More
Categories: richmond, animal, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
Champions Hold Their Heads High
...Coach Carter: "Basketball is a privilege." Learning self-respect is a key to being better and achieving more. Sport makes a huge difference for people around the world, especially our younger gene......Read More
Categories: richmond, children, education, encouraging, growing
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Civil War Ii
...Civil War II Perhaps if civil war comes, it will be broken into scores of guerilla wars. This prolonged agony is a reason General Lee surrendered! The division in America—2024<......Read More
Categories: richmond, political,
Form: Rhyme

Buddy Was the Youngest and Bravest of Soldiers
...Buddy was the youngest and bravest of soldiers, he left Richmond Hill and his adolescent dreams; on European battlefields he fought and earned valor in Argonne and dominated the combat with gallan......Read More
Categories: richmond, america, death, endurance, for
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Nature
...Dear January. I don't deny that there are days of beauty; days of temperate tones and warm blue skies. I don't think I'm confused; so allow me a bit of muse. Perhaps it's me and my shortsight......Read More
Categories: richmond, january, winter,
Form: Personification
...Machiavellian schemes besmirch a murky mangrove calm A propeller breaks the tranquil glass over an underwater farm Neath the broken still, a peaceful giant stirs with alarm and no consolation is f......Read More
Categories: richmond, angst,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Welcome To Virginia
...Between Blue Ridge Mountains and Chesapeake Bay Almost eight and a half million people here do sashay, One of the original colonies, back in the settlers’ day, Part of the American Revolution, Vir......Read More
Categories: richmond, travel,
Form: Monorhyme
Passing Through
...I’m passing through a bad part of Richmond, a long trip almost over. Night rain drizzles wipers creak monotonously, the blacktop no longer flying but crawling over my eyes. On the edge of the ......Read More
Categories: richmond, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member O, Youth of Today
...Rev up your engines O, youth of today The challenge before you Is to find a smooth way To ease out the old and bring in the new Without transforming the world to a dark witch's brew ......Read More
Categories: richmond, change, inspiration, motivation, peace,
Form: Rhyme
When I Am Broke I Write a Poem
...When I am broke I write a poem I make myself the hero In my poem, nobody can stop me Out, I hop from my S-Class Benz Into my waiting Lamborgini to my private airstrip ......Read More
Categories: richmond, analogy, imagery, imagination,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member The Good Life
...Running the 95 from Jacksonville to Richmond On a Sunday afternoon in June The thermometer and the road signs read the same Sunny and hot, the miles were winding away When the gas tank and the ho......Read More
Categories: richmond, america, car, family, food,
Form: Narrative
Something For Gregg
...I was somewhere deep in Kansas, on a Triumph 69’ When your song came on the jukebox, and hit me from behind I was headed for a bad place, and cared for nothing much When I heard the song ......Read More
Categories: richmond, inspiration,
Form: Rhyme
Song of a Traveling Man
...I flop at truck stops hid by other sleeping truckers. I like the loneliness. Amarillo, Detroit, Tacoma, Richmond, places packed and stacked with the bad and the good. I scoot by paying no heed,......Read More
Categories: richmond, poems,
Form: Blank verse

Related Poems