Onomatopoeia Sound Poems
These Onomatopoeia Sound poems are examples of Sound poems about Onomatopoeia. These are the best examples of Sound Onomatopoeia poems written by international poets.
onomatopoeia, pain, scary, sound,
Clickity clack, clickity clack
the sound keeps coming back
I remember the ride,
had time to bide,
as the train clattered along.
We swished and swirled further beyond
the burbling golden...
giggle, language, literature, sound,
A Fever Fugue
sound, abuse, addiction, allegory, allusion,
Light crashes sounds like brittle glass
Slashes shards across my worn aching eyes
The colors reak of deep rot like blues
Creeping green burning acidic...
An ONOMATOPEIA Song
Avon calls. DING DONG!
Small bells TING-A-LING-A-LING.
Chinese gong goes BONG.
School’s out. One last RING
One more angle: sleigh bells JINGLE JANGLE.
ONOMATOPEIA, Baby. ONOMATOPEIA.
Bird-speak – CHEEP CHEEP CHEEP.
Cabin in the Wood
nature, onomatopoeia, snow, sound,
The whoosh of the wild winter wind
wrapped me within swift swishing swirls
whipping me on till there it stood,
a lonely cabin in the wood.
The shrill shriek...
Sounds of Summer
Sounds of summer invite my good cheer
Chirp, chirp, chirping of the gentle sparrow,
Even the roar of the machines mowing near
The clank of tractors making furrows...
sound, imagery, life, nature, perspective,
Sounds Of The Subway
Whip, click, clip, umbrellas flatten near the stairs
Stomp, slap, clap, echo footsteps here and there
Rumble, rattle, honk! goes the subway along the tracks
WISDOM FROM THE WHEEZING WOODS
sound, appreciation, creation, earth, nature,
Listen to the wisdom, oozing from the wheezing woods,
Whimpering in euphony, far from the bustling boulevards,
Crooning, mumbling mellow chirping soothing strains.
THE WHISTLING HAMLET
sound, community, earth, education, encouraging,
A whistling wheezing hamlet, whispering and emanating, tunes euphonic,
In a remote isolated valley, far-flung from the abode of the temporal,
Warbling quietly to whistle...
sound, assonance, creation, happy, life,
Tadpole tails flap!
Lightning strikes, zip-zap!
Showers rinse, splish-splash!
Gulp, sip from sun's cup!
Boing, flowers spring up!
Crack, chicks hatch!
Chirp, birds tweet!
Bleat, lambs leap!
One or more words that make the sound as you speak
Oink is an example and so are squeal and squeak
Ouch! You’d exclaim if pinched...
To Please the Poet
sound, beauty, music, onomatopoeia, poems,
To Please The Poet
by Michael R. Burch
To please the poet, words must dance—
staccato, brisk, a two-step:
Or waltz in elegance to time
To please the poet,...
death, onomatopoeia, sound,
I ponder this thing
Tinkling wind chimes.
The echoing ping-
plates placed one on another
and other such sounds.
The bong of steel bells.