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Stacker Poems - Poems about Stacker

Stacker Poems - Examples of all types of poems about stacker 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 stacker.

Premium Member My Happily Ever After
...Do you remember how close we used to be? It was me & you & you & me You were the fresh air I breathed You were the touch of sanity & normalcy I need When it was you & me... My pen-pal within my ......Read More
Categories: stacker, boyfriend, computer,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member On the Road Haymaking
...Sun is rising, birds are cooing, and I am up, up and doing, the billy’s on, tea is brewing in younger days waking. So I’d grab my torn gloves to wear as old man Walms......Read More
Categories: stacker, nostalgia, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Do We Sleep to Dream or to Forget
...Do We Sleep to Dream or to Forget Do we sleep to dream or to forget is the question I get asked a lot from my clients Whom I council, for you see I am an unlicensed psychologist but a sarcast......Read More
Categories: stacker, dream, health, how i
Form: Classicism
The Red Badge of Courage
...Before I'm another day older, I'm gonna get shot in the shoulder. In movies and shows, the protagonist knows, it's how to get Hilda and hold her. From Gene Autry to Scully and Mulder, t......Read More
Categories: stacker, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Rock Stacker
... A shy Rock Stacker Lives in distant land of North Engrossed in his thoughts - Let stones tell - story of life; Atypical expressions 31.01.16 Dedicating......Read More
Categories: stacker, art, beauty, nature,
Form: Tanka

...Small of frame, cute as a button, and brave as a miniature tin soldier. In comparing characteristics between you and your sisters, throughout the years and your experiences, you were or became the......Read More
Categories: stacker, dedication
Form: I do not know?
A Young Stacker of Firewood
...My father’s timber array arrived on an overloaded Diamond Reo flatbed. It dumped oak scraps, leafless dead-woods, inspiring last metamorphosis to warming fires come winter’s weather. Empt......Read More
Categories: stacker, life, work,
Form: Free verse
Nonsense Poetry
...(This is not a poem but an exercise; I have posted it to show how I work on meter and rhythm. It is easy A to Z and keep the same foot through each line. It is a speed writing exercise and you do......Read More
Categories: stacker, on writing and words,
Form: I do not know?