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Short Turnover Poems

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


What the world waits for
A miracle    new Eden
A great revival
An influx of innocence
Like a great enchanting wave

Like starting over
Adam and eve    the tree    snake
Virgin nakedness
Dark clouds give way to blue sky
And they happily remain

I just finished Dean Koontz’s “Breathless.”


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Categories: turnover, fantasy
Form: Free verse

Laying quietly in the dark
Alone in bed on my right side
Listening to the tinnitus
In my ear, praying sleep will come;
Not that I have obligations
To meet in the early morning;
I am an old retired dude
With a lot of time on my hands
But damn it to hell, I need sleep.
I try composing poetry
But my wandering tired mind
Can not remain focused for long
So I turnover my left side
And begin all over again.

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Categories: turnover, angst
Form: Verse
I like fruit
Apple crisp or apple crumble
They are both desserts
That will make me stumble

Apple turnover or apple pie
They are both foods
That make me feel high

Apple cider or apple juice
They are both drinks
That make me feel loose

Candied apples or apples in caramel
Both are served on sticks
Of which nothing is comparable

You see I like fruits
And how they are served
If you pick all the roots
You’ll get what’s deserved...

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Categories: turnover, foodme, me,
Form: Free verse
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All powers are wrapped in a grasp to
Umbrella an interest for a common goal
Taking every step with virtually no bureaucracy
Holding the baton of command and instructions, so that
On no account are decisions challenged
Rights and responsibilities, directed by it for an
Instant turnover of loyalty and adherence
To manifest the will of the staff bearer
Yet it still can never be absolute

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Categories: turnover, political, power,
Form: Acrostic