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Short Blue Monday Poems

Short Blue Monday Poems. Below are examples of the most popular short poems about Blue Monday by PoetrySoup poets. Search short poems about Blue Monday by length and keyword.

Blue Monday
No sunlight,
True, blue Monday...

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Categories: blue monday, blue,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member BLIZZARD

blue Monday morning
and 12 inches overnight
the pillow so deep
and outside is white    white    white
oh for one more hour to sleep


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Categories: blue monday, depression
Form: Tanka
how to save the emperor of china
hey china
there is a group of chinese terrorists torturing other chinese people
your emperor is a hostage to this situation

family and friends of the victoms
phone everyone with the same last name as the victom and tell
could have been you

pick a color and day
ie blue monday
show your support wearing that color on that day.


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Categories: blue monday, fear,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member - Some Crayons -

Blue Monday
they say
A green tuesday,
we celebrate birthday
The color red is wednesday,
an ordinary working day
Thursday, I paint yellow
my neighbor plays cello
Black Friday
... stay away !
Saturday is purple,
we are together as a couple
Finally a pink sunday
a lovely day, do you agree ?

Sun :) - A-L Andresen :)
Copyright © All Rights Reserved...

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Categories: blue monday, color, nonsense,
Form: Rhyme
Poor Slave
So darn poor

Even the slaves took pity

And the devil stole my moonshine

Swing me down to the river

Blue monday mothers child

The world left behind
turned it's back on

Cotton picking corn husk fingers

Brother of the necklace rope

Swinging from the Joshua tree

Tennessee , Mississippi , Louisville

Sweet home Alabama

In Birmingham they sure do love the governors


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Categories: blue monday, slam,
Form: Free verse

Blue Monday
I watch the news,
Tired and sad,
People kneeling on shattered pews,
Praying relatives weren’t hit badly.
Some were lost,
Others gone,
Some to safety,,,
Others to their homes,
Only to be claimed by the beast,
That struck Monday morn.
Blue Monday,
Never to be forgotten,
Always in our memories.
None who were hurt,
Will ever forget,
The monster named Katrina,
That slew the Gulf Coast,
With a single hard blow,
On a dark, cold
Blue Monday.

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Categories: blue monday, confusion, natural disasters, sad,
Form: Free verse