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Staircases Poems - Poems about Staircases

Staircases Poems - Examples of all types of poems about staircases 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 staircases.
Premium Member NOWHERE
... NOWHERE Staircases lead me to reach the top floor The back room showed notice hanging at door ‘Enter to venture ‘Nowhere’ and explore.’......Read More
Categories: staircases, anxiety, confusion, horror,
Form: Rhyme

Hemmed In
...The sky has climbed over its usual low cloud cover, today it is high, blue and vertical with no hand holds, those places for the eye to cling to. In the city we don't get 'big sky' we get pen......Read More
Categories: staircases, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Powdery-Snowfall Embraces
...When the sky above's azure blue the grass below Irish green My thoughts straightaway turn to you Reflections of visions yet to be seen Winding lavender stair......Read More
Categories: staircases, color, fantasy, passion, romance,
Form: Rhyme
The Palace Door Swings Wide Open
...The palace door swings wide open with delight In the yearly cyclic calendar, behold the sight, A new move of the Spirit, awakening this hour, Where whispers of hope blossom with every prayer. F......Read More
Categories: staircases, celebration, encouraging, faith, heaven,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Girl On the Moon
...The Miller High Life bottle cap a perfect circle – like the fattened moon face leering through broken windows — shards glitter the floor like fallen constellations your black pearl eyes two mu......Read More
Categories: staircases, abuse, addiction, drug, lost,
Form: Free verse

Favorite Bricks
...Yeah, you're not Europe but there's enchantment in your bricks so poetically stacked into sundry shops, bustling bars and sidewalk cafes even your courthouse and church approach the grandeur ......Read More
Categories: staircases, home, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Friends Make Me Okay
...Almost all of my besties were off-putting at first. They came in loud and proud, annoying or worse, Luckily, I am not one to hold you to a first impression. Being totally wrong many times is my ho......Read More
Categories: staircases, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Better In Memory
...Orange! What a fun color for a house, orange. I cannot name many others so daring. Palm trees lines the driveway as our RV rumbled in, my cousins and I staring, At our grandparent’s Florida house, ......Read More
Categories: staircases, 12th grade, beach, color,
Form: Free verse
Barrack Obama Full American
...I have seen the black face of his Kenyan father With whom he didn’t go farther: an absolutely Black Papa Describing not the Diaspora Rappa, His loudest trumpets for Jomo, As Barak’s nearly were ......Read More
Categories: staircases, analogy, celebration, celebrity, character,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Queen of the Ocean, Titanic
... Let me tell you a story . . . The RMS Titanic steamship was the largest and most magnificent ship in the world (at the time) high as an 11 story building and long as 4 "long" city bloc......Read More
Categories: staircases, history,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Neighborhood
...Neighborhood Dawn rises touching the hilltop - new light swelling with the smell of coffee and bacon. Eyes blink away the sandman’s residue, loud yawns like lions, footsteps in pj’s resound on st......Read More
Categories: staircases, adventure, childhood, fun, western,
Form: Haibun
...Mirage On this journey not knowing how it begun, sensing only the thirst and the heat of the sun. My feet in agony beyond comprehension, but anxious to go, wondering if the village with the in,......Read More
Categories: staircases, dream, imagination, solitude,
Form: Ballade
A 70 Million Dollar Mansion
Categories: staircases, beautiful, black african american,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Clock Still Ticks
...In darkness, I couldn't see, the monster nearing me. I heard, the clock ticking, the old wood floors, creaking. I felt my breath catching, heard, his lips smacking. ......Read More
Categories: staircases, abuse, child, child abuse,
Form: Free verse
...They’ve found a body in my back yard. I imagine what a dead house would look like. A stillborn Brownstone with its Jurassic sandstone hiccupping fossils and family feuds. Terrace houses would ......Read More
Categories: staircases, analogy, bereavement, body,
Form: Personification

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