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Stable Poems - Poems about Stable

Stable Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stable 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 stable.
Jacobs Ladder
... Star shoots at the mind Hangs like earring in teared sky Fissure on a hook Shows fighting Spirit Canvased vapor chandelier Sighs expanse at hand Liquid lightning pen Diamond lined fe......Read More
Categories: stable, art,
Form: Haiku



Premium Member One Common Language
...How long can Mankind's world perform Without a common language norm? This world that many tongues divide To satisfy some primal pride But cannot, in a global sense, Dispel mistrust and ignorance......Read More
Categories: stable, change, dedication, destiny, future,
Form: Rhyme
I AM AFRICA
...I am Africa, the cradle of mankind, Where ancient footprints in the sands of time entwined, The birthplace of humanity, divinely designed, In my esteemed valleys, where life first aligned. I am......Read More
Categories: stable, africa, nature, society, visionary,
Form: Quatrain
ELEMENTAL
...ELEMENTAL It was the start, ancient texts said Fire was the lava, in rivers of red And the planet’s growth was fed When cooled, life raised its head Then from the water to the land Mammals ......Read More
Categories: stable, fate, planet, world,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member fragile things
...Attraction is a small and fragile thing. We started with stolen glances, in crowded halls, across a coffee shop. I was glancing (I hoped he was glancing). It was hard, we lived in a rushed way.......Read More
Categories: stable, humor, romance, school, student,
Form: Free verse



the way we used to be
...From learning the abc’s, to count from 1 to 3 your favorite uncle singing the twelve days of Christmas, the particular line a partridge in a pear tree. Innocent thoughts, learning how to walk, things......Read More
Categories: stable, abuse, age, child, deep,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bilocation
... "A little child, a shining star, a stable crude, the door ajar. Yet, in that place so crude, forlorn, the hope of all the world was born." ......Read More
Categories: stable, faith,
Form: Dizain
Antimony Foolishness
...Antimony Foolishness Age 51 is often when one’s unable, To buy the status quo, it’s old and needs mending. New sports car, how youthful! Refuting the label, Of premature old age, gray hair pendi......Read More
Categories: stable, age, friendship, identity, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Once Upon A Time In Milton Creek The Conclusion
...It was still quite dark in Milton Creek, and it had just gone four When Tom arrived at the sheriff's office, and knocked on his door The Sheriff quickly opened up and beckoned Tom, to come insi......Read More
Categories: stable, america, death, western,
Form: Narrative
Paper Planes
...A restaurant full of families And I sit there with mine A broken one, where none of our souls are combined Three of us seated and three phones on the table Waiting for one of us to pick it up and......Read More
Categories: stable, 12th grade, celebration, family,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Stable And Last
...Earth is a planet Earth is stable Stable for eons Stable swirling mass Mass of gases Mass of gold Gold lands in rivers Gold slips through hands Hands develop character Hands reac......Read More
Categories: stable, earth,
Form: Blitz
Premium Member Have we seen God
...Is not God a concept, till we see Him? How will memorising scriptures assist? Conditioned beliefs make our soul’s light dim. Love alone is real and that’s life’s gist. A Hindu believes God takes ......Read More
Categories: stable, god, spiritual,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member Passages and plays
...Passages and plays Gone now is all reason, as if she needed any more A princess awakens lonely, just like in days of yore Her prince left much earlier, through a gargoyled secret door, I......Read More
Categories: stable, allegory, break up, deep,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Person Non-Grata
...("Blue Egg In Red Sea", 2020, original oil) Person Non-Grata Call me old-fashioned, but I’m glad my mother was a woman. I’m glad about a lot of things actually, the little things in l......Read More
Categories: stable, hyperbole, perspective, satire, society,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Human Condition
...Human Condition The human condition is like a coin: one side is Good, the other Evil. Men have invested heavily in this currency for centuries. In fact, from its beginning, and, if......Read More
Categories: stable, humanity,
Form: Light Verse

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