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Routine Poems - Poems about Routine

Routine Poems - Examples of all types of poems about routine 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 routine.
The Wonder's Of Quantum Physics
...In realms unseen by human eyes, Where mystic wonders truly lie, Quantum physics weaves its tale, A dance of particles, oh, so frail. Behold the world on a quantum stage, Where mysteries hide, ......Read More
Categories: routine, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Boat Jam
...boat jam in the early morn grandpa is in the middle of it standing on broken storm doors usual morning routine he waves to his friends they race to help......Read More
Categories: routine, boat,
Form: Free verse
About that event horizon pt I
...The give and take The push and pull The funny outtakes The cunning fakes The mental pirouettes your ballet dancers are all wet Baptised in the blood vessels of your mind surfing on the waves ......Read More
Categories: routine, analogy,
Form: Free verse
... God loves you and me, yes, us… indeed This illumines my awareness screen Reigning over every day routine Constantly prevailing beyond creed. Triumphantly facing challenges My soul ke......Read More
Categories: routine, blessing, christian, faith, god,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
old man time
...Grandfather stands tall true and erect his frame withered by old man time his hands move so slow but with that metronome beat once all but new ......Read More
Categories: routine, time,
Form: Free verse

She is a Poem of Eliot
...Every night at a pub, I see her, the girl with the blond hair and blue eyes, a beauty to behold. Her gaze draws me in, and I can’t help but steal glances. If you ask me what are the eyes They w......Read More
Categories: routine, art, beauty, break up,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member the butterfly
... I swirl and twirl, dip and leap and swing my arms in all directions and my salsa hips are oh la la la la and in my mind I am a fl......Read More
Categories: routine, fun,
Form: Free verse
...More frantic than ever - is it to hide? Could you sit face to face, gazing at truth? Some gear must be siezed up, deep down inside. The ghost-life you live is your purest proof. Do something - ......Read More
Categories: routine, angst,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Wish
...“and the birds twitter like whispering violins” I wish to hear the birds twitter like whispering violins, In the mild early summer morning sunrise. I wish to hear the whispers of play of violi......Read More
Categories: routine, hope,
Form: Free verse
Ice Cream Angel
... In this new time of change, the sea ice melts, sliding, oozing, until its ancient soul diminishes, transforming like daybreak, into an ice cream angel, while warning flares scream like lig......Read More
Categories: routine, analogy, animal,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member TRIBUTE to WOMEN
...You live your love day by day with all that is feminine, a touch,kiss or knowing look, concern,red-lettered in your book; Particular to detail self-sacrifice a routine, as you walk the extra m......Read More
Categories: routine, wife, women,
Form: Sonnet
Tiresome errands Chanso Form
...Tiresome errands (Chanso or Chanson) For many of us, errands are so boring; Many crucial things to do to show status rather than wasting time doing routine jobs; Like, taking Sel......Read More
Categories: routine, emotions,
Form: Verse
Premium Member MIDWEEK MEMORY childhood
...AN ORGANIC CHILDHHOD (1940'S STYLE) School was out, vacation touched our gate, long days,bedtimes late; time,routine we relegate Bird nesting,climbing trees, building dens,adults unseen, pic......Read More
Categories: routine, childhood,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Froggy Bottom Chorus Line
...Froggy bottom chorus line was jazzy and smart They obeyed with rhythm, they bogeyed with heart They brought their dance routine to a whole new art Choreography of their steps, courtesy of leader, ......Read More
Categories: routine, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Monorhyme
your toast
...i stand by the toaster waiting for your other half to come up i'll set your slice and half melted butter down and hope that today you'll eat it morning drags on with no one else there the buzz......Read More
Categories: routine, absence, loneliness, lost, memory,
Form: Free verse

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