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Short Stampede Poems

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


White Bison
A cumulous herd,
Roams a prairie atmosphere:
Thunderous stampede....

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Categories: stampede, nature
Form: Haiku



Bull Run
Endless Summer beach
Open to wild stampede of
Crashing Tumbling clouds...

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Categories: stampede, nature, seasons,
Form: Haiku
Red Cobblestone Road
A stampede of shadows
Along this 
Red cobblestone road
Only dust in the wind...

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Categories: stampede, imagination
Form: Free verse
Feeling Small
I couldn’t impede
Fifty seven centipedes’
Furious stampede

By Robb A. Kopp
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Categories: stampede, depression
Form: Senryu
Premium Member Kindergarten Recess
Kindergarten Recess

A tiny elephant stampede
all for the golden ring of an empty swing.

©Kathryn McLoughlin Collins
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Categories: stampede, school,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Why the stampede
Why the stampede
  to take the driver
    out of the car?

~ In order to take
    more money
      from your jar...

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Categories: stampede, car, money,
Form: Rhyme
Stampede
It's Black Friday!  Bargains and deals galore!

Hey! Lets go buy some more stuff,

And trample a small child.


For the Trample contest....

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Categories: stampede, people, social,
Form: Kimo
This earthly life
This earthly life
the more you laugh
the more you’ll cry
crying you are born
crying you will die
for either, no stampede
all are in the waiting list


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Categories: stampede, eulogy, life,
Form: Free verse
MY JENNY HORSE
Now I think I have to concede
My Jenny horse eats too much feed,
Loves her chaff, loves fresh grass,
But through the barn door she can't pass,
Clearly a case of food stampede.....

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Categories: stampede, funny,
Form: Limerick
If I Saw You
If I saw you,
like a stampede, it would crush me
If I saw you,
my heart would break again 'tis true
with a smile, tears you would not see
one good bye kiss, I'd set you free
If I saw you...

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Categories: stampede, angst, devotion, lost love, sad,
Form: Verse
Sense stampede
A need for speed
Hear me plead
Intense, extreme
Sense stampede 

Pour me more
Spill to floor
Enough, too little
Average, bore

Thin my skin
Outside in
With your touch
I’ll feel again...

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Categories: stampede, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
To Be Enlightened
To Be Enlightened

When to be enlightened you have a need;
Should stampede so you can see Joy Reed,
During each  day,
Take breath away,
And in news market is now taking the lead.

Jim Horn...

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Stampede
When confronted with
edicts of expendability,
the sanest of minds
condemn usury as a practice
defecating on
the nobler edicts of survival
until all herded
charge the very gates of compliance....

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© John Weber  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, social, war
Form: Free verse
Stampede
Ten thousand hooves and horns on the Devil's run
                          Lighting crashing, thunder rolling, all Hell has broke loose
                                          A nightmare, full speed ahead...

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© Danny Nunn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, cowboy-western
Form: I do not know?
Thirsty
You left me holding an empty canteen
So I ran to you like a panicked stampede
But your fountain of love
Was all dried up
And my raindance only made you seethe


Received Honorable Mention in "losers" contest...

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Categories: stampede, angst, love
Form: Limerick
Premium Member HILLBILLY COUNTRY FEUD--
snow 
stampede 
suburban 

ghosts of factories 
shotguns checked shirts, red necks, 
rust the vultures waiting for  

memorial alabaster



6/22/19 
written by James Edward Lee Sr.
Clarity Pyramid/Form...

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Categories: stampede, betrayal, character, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Need for Weed So Stampede
Need for Weed So Stampede

What was well known that we all agreed,
Did have a desire to start smoking weed,


So to store to buy we would stampede.

Jim Horn

Was watching some executive take up 
the habit on MSNBC.

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Have Been Here On Earth
Have Been Here On Earth

While you Have Been Here On Earth,
Take my poem for what it is worth;
Much to read;
Should stampede,
And many issues did discover a dirth.

Jim Horn

You have to work things out of your
system by writing poems....

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© James Horn  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: stampede, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Helpless AN
A million feet stomp,
A million shoes, a million suits
Her petals have flattened into the ground
It’s rush hour
A woman stops briskly,
A happy change for her
Bending slowly with the stampede around her
She picks up the flower and brings her home.
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Categories: stampede, city, flower, simple, work,
Form: Prose Poetry
BIG APPLE
                      
You walk fast 
New York,
Heavy stampede
Steps
The concrete ground
You stand.
I married you
In April,
Costly 
Earsplitting
Streets 
Awaken me.
Global breath
Aromas
Vibrant
Sparkling eyes 
Vanished evermore. 
I’m back,
We have matured.
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Categories: stampede, nostalgia, places,
Form: Free verse
Cyber Monday
Computer consumers beware
Yahoo your search engine 
Bearing no self control
Enter into your dungeon
Running to a deal like a stampede

More can never be enough 
Online purchases only
Not going to give up on the
Discount on that pony
Attacking the prices with a swipe
Yuletide attitude so unripe
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Categories: stampede, holiday,
Form: Acrostic
serengeti
a stampede of memories flood the plain
fearful of the hidden assassin
that time itself reveals

their skins, thick with the dead
callous accusations and conversations
aired frequently in public

brambles envelop them, ripping flesh
but the stalker waits silently
until enough blood has been spilled...

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Categories: stampede, animals
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Life's Chaos
Was that an apocalyptic stampede or the breath of a squirrel? It is baffling indeed. ~ Was that an apocalyptic stampede, the hushed tumble of a seed, or whimsy’s coy giggle? ~ Was that an apocalyptic stampede Or the breath of a squirrel?
4 April 2019 Contest: “It’s all about eight” Writing Challenge Sponsor: Dear Heart...

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Categories: stampede, life,
Form: Triolet
The Curtains raise and fall

Behind the scenes of life...

The curtains raise and fall...

...the fractured mind awaits...

...with entertainment with drawl...

...The stage echoes ovation...
greeted with applause...

Behind the scenes of life
the curtains raise and fall...

...spotlight thrust the opening line...

life's no dress rehearsal...

stampede to the exit...

tickets all recalled......

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Categories: stampede, art, life,
Form: Concrete
Gone: The White Buffalo HaikuX3
grazing in blue fields
majestic white buffalo
partly cloudy skies
thunderous stampede
men on black stallions give chase
deadly storms brewing
lown clouds gobbled up
glutenous storms have prevailed
buffalo extinct
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Categories: stampede, animal,
Form: Haiku