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Soda Poems - Poems about Soda

Soda Poems - Examples of all types of poems about soda to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for soda.
Premium Member welcome to the fifties diner
...Welcome to the fifty’s diner Where there are chrome stools Black, red and white leather seats A checkered floor Everything matches A soda machine is standing ready The chef is heating up the ......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, nostalgia,
Form: Prose Poetry

Jemstones among
...Jim Garrison Jim Williams Jimmy Carter Jemstones among, perhaps from Lunar stone to Lunar eclipse I was a cliched, depreciated purple poem An utter failure to remember I understood hollywoo......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, august,
Form: Carpe Diem
The Blazing Sun
...The sun is burning intensely outside, and it is melting the passion inside, the dogs are running around gasping for breath, and throwing their frivolous bodies on the ground. They are looking for ......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, beauty, business, celebration, city,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Theeby's
...Sixty years have passed. No one knew how to spell its name. No one knew when it first opened. It was forever, like the infernal summer heat. It stands indelible at the end of my street, at the e......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, 5th grade, candy, childhood,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member thank you gumball machine
...Gumball machine you make me smile an old woman said With your happy round balls in bright blue, yellow, pink, green and red. Reminding me of the fifties when I thought everyone was kind. Poodle sk......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Number One
...Too much juice makes you loose as a goose easy on the juice. Drink too much tea and you gotta pee easy on the tea. Lots of water and you will be bother easy on the water. That third coffee and ......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, humor, silly,
Form: Rhyme
...I don’t like soda. I told that to the magician. He then hypnotized me. Into liking the bursting and sugar. My friends in the crowd cheer and smile. I like soda now. Just like them. ......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, angst, anxiety,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member New Year's Resolution
...NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTION What is the fuzz about? Ah, yes! New Years’ resolution. Say, what? New Year’s resolution? Are you going to make one again? It would only be good for a week, a month m......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, change, new year,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member An Unconventional Perk
... ~ Four-Line Limerick ~ A soda jerk I knew at work offered customers an unconventional perk When he pulled the handle on the Coke ~ Their seats would swivel, their rear......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, giggle, work,
Form: Rubai
Premium Member We Will Tell Each Other Everything
...We Will Tell Each Other Everything * We will not keep anything from each other We will not have secrets We will not lie to each other We want our friendship to take flight and soar like an Eagl......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, love,
Form: Free verse
... Years ago I wrote a poem in appreciation of Dad Jokes… being a Dad and a PopPop it’s something I do on my family’s behalf… It’s one way to teach my children and grandchildren how to have fun how......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Could Die at Any Second
...I am seventy-one I could die at any second. I tell this to my nurse. She says “stop!” She calls me silly. I am seventy-one. I like it. I had a peanut butter cup and creamed soda for breakfas......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, age,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Jumping Hurdles
...Merrily, my soda hopped, skipped …rolled merrily along, jumping hurdles of falling leaves, sloping t’wards steep driveway. The bottle, fizzing, shaken up - merrily, as I watched it’s descent,......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, autumn, drink, funny,
Form: Verse
Premium Member On Myrtle Beach Pier
...I remember the high arc of your line casting into horse-maned waves, strong hands as yet untroubled by trembling, easily reeling smaller fish to throw back in, again and again, a circle of give......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, family, memory, racism,
Form: Free verse
Brutally Honest
...I’m thirsty It’s hot I order a cold, refreshing soda. I can hardly wait My tastebuds excited as they wait for the glorious liquid to envelope the inside of my mouth Anticipating the rush of ......Read the rest...
Categories: soda, drink, relationship, word play,
Form: Free verse

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