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Short Camilla Poems

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

February Snow
          flakes sticks to camilla blossoms
		   barely open

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© Ann Roske  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: camilla, confusion, nature,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member God Save the Queen
It was the year of the scorned Princess
when Di did on Charles and Camilla dis.
  And Liz in her dis-dain
  through it all did reign
but couldn’t save her Annus Horribilis!

            Written: June 2015


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Categories: camilla, tribute,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Godzilla

There once was a woman named Camilla, She wanted a castle but not a villa, So she got a prince, But he started to wince, When she started to look more like Godzilla.
Poetry contest: monsters and Marvels Date: 10.08.14 Sponsor: Debbie Guzzi

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Categories: camilla, funny, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Long Live the King
Say one, say all, the Brits will shout, “Long Live the King!”
When elevating His Royal Highness, Charles, Prince of Wales,
He, who did a most treacherous thing,
According to Princess Diana, who exposed the worst of tales,
And Duchess Camilla will become a queen … if nothing else fails.


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Categories: camilla, satire,
Form: Quintain (English)
The garden 
Was adorned with colour,
Camilla dressed 
In full white bloom,
Her leaves 
A shining glossy trail,
Perfumed petals 
Fell like confetti,
Plants cheered 
With excitement,
The wind blew 
In anticipation,
Church bluebells rang out,
Celebrating seasons 
Of matrimony.
The atmosphere 
Bright and beautiful.
Bridegroom rode 
On his chariot of spring,
Bringing warmth 
From his love.
Embracing her fragrance
Producing an abundance 
Of showy flowers.

Wendy Jae


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Categories: camilla, poems,
Form: Free verse