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Rochester Poems - Poems about Rochester

Rochester Poems - Examples of all types of poems about rochester 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 rochester.
Premium Member Lucky Lovely Elephant
...Lucky lovely elephant with a tuft of green Created by a master artisan, that is easily seen. With trunk upraised, in the luckiest of elephant ways. We congregate around him, to give him some prais......Read More
Categories: rochester, animal,
Form: Couplet

The World I Should Enjoy
...His wisdom did his happiness destroy, Aiming to know that world he should enjoy; And wit was his vain, frivolous pretense Of pleasing others, at his own expense - John Wilmot, 2nd......Read More
Categories: rochester, angst, fate, places, poverty,
Form: Free verse
... I remember when I first saw you. Do you? Stood at the window in the sun, all white light and soft edges. Your hands in your pockets. You stood as if ready to take on the world. Do you remember?......Read More
Categories: rochester, desire, lost,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Gods Like Men
... “Gods Like Men” you the small men who war like gods mystery that never was in a likeness formed through the mirrors of the so......Read More
Categories: rochester, dark, light, star,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Invisible
... "Invisible" Trapped within 4 Walls A ghost escapes it's prison through unlocked door beyond freefall a bird now soars......Read More
Categories: rochester, imagery, psychological, symbolism,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Broken Mirrors of Blue and Green
... "Broken Mirrors of Blue and Green" There, in the cracked reflection, broken mirrors shadow shades of blue and green There, the tru......Read More
Categories: rochester, blue, green, mirror, psychological,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member The Dilettante Diaries: The Dream
... We went to sleep for but a little while I met you in my dreams. You delivered to me all your stories all throughout the little while all throughout the years. Th......Read More
Categories: rochester, angel, birth, daughter, death,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member The Day the Muse Kicked Clyde
...Why did mares eat oats? Mares ate goats! And did does eat oats? Nah! Dose oats never don' be eaten! And how did little lambs eat ivy? Little lambsy divy is what it is! Just like Louie did......Read More
Categories: rochester, muse, music, nonsense, nostalgia,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member In Memory of You
...I didn't have a chance to say goodbye, to let you know how dear you are to me and though my chance is gone, I still will try the sadness that I feel won't let me be You were a gentleman and car......Read More
Categories: rochester, death of a friend,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
Premium Member The Swoon Hypothesis - Part 2
... "The Swoon Hypothesis" - Part 2 Arimathea stands next to you and I on the deck, soon we are back in Nazareth, you press into my palm, “A very rare Dubunni coin” you say......Read More
Categories: rochester, imagery, jesus, love,
Form: Free verse
When I Tried To Read Jane Eyre
...I’ve gone through some boring times, they’re inevitable in life, luckily, I can truly say, that I’ve never faced real strife. In fact the only moment I ever felt great despair, was as a teen in......Read More
Categories: rochester, books, high school, how
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Legendary Lovers
...Now Adam and his beauteous Eve A love like ours could not conceive And Cleo and her Anthony Could not compare to you and me Sweet Juliette and Romeo, our kind of love could never know ......Read More
Categories: rochester, love, relationship,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Jane Eyre Crown
...This is a Crown of Sonnets I wrote about one of my favorite books and movies (the version in 1943 with Liz Taylor, who was only 11 had a small role, Joan Fontaine and Orson Welles is the best - John ......Read More
Categories: rochester, life,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
The Legend of Talos, Sero and Jack
... Legend has it that six hundred years ago, lived a creature of the wild. His name was Talos. He held the strength of a bear yet wore the coat of a fox. He was deep orange in color and ha......Read More
Categories: rochester, children, courage, myth,
Form: Narrative
Bad Day At The Rochester Fair
...It was an early fall day, some decades ago, When three of my boys were still young. Looking forward that year to the Rochester Fair, An event that was always good fun. A promise from me I woul......Read More
Categories: rochester, angst, fun, humorous, kid,
Form: Narrative

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