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Short Tailor Poems

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

So Many
Many ships for the sailor,
     Many garments for the tailor,
   Many lads for the teacher,
Many sheep for the shepherd.

   Many skills for the man,
So,many feathers for his cap....

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Categories: tailor, devotion, inspiration, work,
Form: Rhyme

Lady Onyx
Lady Onyx has curvy, black nails;
so resistance she quickly assails.
She needs no boot spurs;
for nails long like hers
serve as tailor made cat-o-ten tails.

written 19 February 2016

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Categories: tailor, humor,
Form: Limerick
Where am I now
There once was a tailor
I got him to stitch me a shirt
he humbly said, "It is thirty bucks"
I enquired, "Is it in dollar, rupee or in pound?"
Not sure where I am now
As I roved from so much...

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© ravi kiran  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, destiny, lost, travel, world,
Form: Free verse
From Failure to Tailor
A young lady from Venezuala
Considered by many a bit of a failure,
Opened a cafe selling pabell'on criolla,
Hugely successful she made much payola,
Sucking on a cigar she's now dressed by a tailor....

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Categories: tailor, funny, international,
Form: Limerick
Tailor Failure
Tailor Failure The less that I know, the better things seam Now nothing will fit together This feels like a nightmare, but it isn’t a dream And I’ll prove it when I won’t wake up Good morning, failure…

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Categories: tailor, angst, death,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Check these Boxes
Middle America's Democrats are reeling in shock
At the party's Progressive Agenda, tailor-made to block
   The candidacy of anyone who can't check these boxes
   Minority Female, Pro-LGBTQ, P.C. Platform ~ sky-high taxes...

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Categories: tailor, leadership, political, satire,
Form: Clerihew
Only He Can Measure
only the 
lord knows
my situation
is my 
personal tailor
he can measure
holy spirit
received in my soul
what a pure craftsman is He
that is my personal tailor
rain or shine

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Categories: tailor, image, imagery,
Form: Free verse
Society Tailor
Society is a wonderful tailor,
It stitches my free wings with strings of thoughtless notions,
It stitches my parents' broad minds close with a prejudiced needle,
And makes a wonderful dress covered with gems of obnoxious superstitions.


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Categories: tailor, community, conflict, endurance, life, prison, silly, truth,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Five Occupational Footles
Church Architects


Jailhouse Clothier


Navy Misfits


Imposter Chef


Fat Taxi Driver


April 12, 2021 
for Brian Strand's All Yours (Apr 14) Poetry Contest

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Categories: tailor, jobs,
Form: Footle
Premium Member Fun With English 5

A sign read in a tailor shop in a Rhodes location ”In a big rush, we execute customers in strict rotation” Best to wait for a less busy day How about you, that's what I'd say Strange behavior by people in some of these nations

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Categories: tailor, fun,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Tailor - A Pleiades
The one who stitches clothes Taking right measurements, Tirelessly working with Thread, needle and scissors To make you that fine dress, Trimming it into shape, Talented outfitter. 04.26.2021
For Kim Merryman's "Pleiades T" contest...

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© Jo Daniel  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, smart,
Form: Verse
Roses Won't Due
Private times be still in mind
Longing for the joy you bring
Be in tune to hearts desire
Rays toll tailor made
Drinking favorites saved
Heart to heart
Seconds untouched
Silent hills most treasured turf
Be the Valentine most thought of
Sending this out today 
Just to pave the way...

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Categories: tailor, holiday,
Form: Light Verse
The Artificial
So Alluring,
      Bright and green,
Wavy dark and red petals,
       So  Triumphant
       Oh How lovely!
Eyes closed,deeply inhaling
     Hoping for that scent...
Oh no! It's the art of man
    A tailor made Rose.
 It can't delight my heart

                       ©Carlos Bett...

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Categories: tailor, god,
Form: Free verse
I don't want to impose
But I have to disclose
Your emperor clothes

You're so dressed
So fresh
While the world laughs
At your nakedness

Where are your clothes 
That your tailor stole?

Lost pride and dignity
That you surrendered
So willfully

Pride is so silly
So silly
So silly...

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© Lara Wash  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: tailor, pride,
Form: Rhyme
seemed to 
wanted a 
made to order
ideal person 
to be at beckon
an individual 
who was 
expected to
at a drop of a hat
like some kind of 
a physic mind reader

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Categories: tailor,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member Did I leave anything out, Liz Taylor
Liz Taylor 
 never married
  a sailor, retailer
   or a wholesaler
    or divorced a bailor
     or buried a tailor
      or used an inhaler
       or lived in a trailer
        or dated Norman Mailer
         or kissed a whale or
          even was jailed her
           whole life as a derailer...

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Categories: tailor, divorce, marriage, silly, star,
Form: Monorhyme
If some one trying to justify,
His decision to put another on the job,
Making weapons to wag war is correct,
His decision to put a tailor on the job,
Making his dress is not correct,
A decision to dwell,
In woods,dark and deep,
With tribes,
Wearing green leaves,
Fighting with animals,
Justifying correct!...

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Categories: tailor, conflict, war,
Form: Blank verse
Like Gender
The comfort level 
Feeds from a place unknown
Only by God
Can it be retrieved
Hanging in the wings
Waiting on the 
Needing no applause
Drenched in spiritual love
Move in the fullness 
Tailor made on high
Supper Time
Serving with only the best wine
Eternalness found
Youth with no end

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Categories: tailor, religion,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Clyde The Tailor
There was once a village tailor named Clyde

   Who was known for his misfits though he tried.

      He altered trousers for Mort.
         Mort said, "The inseam's too short!"

            My! My!  Mort, how you have grown!" Clyde replied!

Robert L. Hinshaw, CMSgt, USAF, Retired
Copyright (All Rights Reserved)...

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Categories: tailor, humorous,
Form: Limerick
Bench Made
My verse is like
a bespoke set of clothes,
 fit the thing that counts

Each article worn,
 new memories born,
to tighten or let out

My head to my toes,
its covering goes,
whose message spoken clear

To tailor new moments,
each stitch a new thread
—bench made to endear

(The New Room: April, 2021)

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Categories: tailor, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Pal Joey
This was a showcase for Kim Novak and Rita Hayworth. If you saw this in the theater, you got your money’s worth. What a fine example of fifties cinema. This film seemed tailor made for Frank Sinatra. With a fine story, and chock full of music galore, "Pal Joey" is a movie just about anyone will adore.

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Categories: tailor, dedication, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Swell Guy
This Christmas, hubby’s waistline has expanded quite a bit
So much so that all his clothes simply do not fit
I took him to the tailor, who looked a little prim
I pointed at my man and said I want a suit for him
He looked him up and down and when he spoke his tone was grim
‘Might I suggest a red one, with a nice white furry trim.’...

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Categories: tailor, christmas, food,
Form: Rhyme
Apparent Romance
Clouds touch the mountain and wet thrillingly
Fountain falls as snow and there fly heron
Rainbow smiles with tailor bird willingly
Bamboo leaves dance in green glittering morn
You and I come to exchange emotion
Butterflies on wild flowers, drink honey
Drone hums around hive on the bee’s valley

-November 08, 2018 Chattogram...

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Categories: tailor, feelings, love, nature, romance,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Premium Member LEVI STRAUSE

Levi Strauss  
From Germany to New York 
Known as denim maker, 
literally "de Nimes" “from Nimes”
Wear tailor Jacob Davis?
Needed strong clothes not worn not holey
For miners purchased bolts of cloth
Corners pockets with metal rivets with that made them stronger 

written by James Edward Lee Sr.©2018...

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Categories: tailor, celebrity, character, clothes, creation, hero,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member DENIM

Here’s a tribute to denim
and the greatest tailor team
Jacob Davis met Levi Straus
who knew they’d magically turn
denim into gold

From a working man’s textile
to Gucci high end jeans
denim ruled as king for the last
hundred and forty years

Submitted for contest KNIT YOUR FABRIC sponsored by NETTE ONCLAUD - November 6, 2017...

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Categories: tailor, business, clothes, creation, culture, fashion, tribute,
Form: Verse