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Starch Poems - Poems about Starch

Starch Poems - Examples of all types of poems about starch 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 starch.
Premium Member Hugs
...Undecided, Aspen leaves turn from gold to silver to gold again. Carnivals of colors, prodded by the wind, bow to end of autumn, While brittle noise, as they fall, brings a symphony no songster coul......Read More
Categories: starch, autumn, tree,
Form: Rhyme

...This is something we are not able to maintain these days, Fancy feelings are in each step in vivid quantity; Fresh air, fresh stream water, and fresh food are stopped from all ways, Junk food prod......Read More
Categories: starch, life,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Ironing
...The afternoon sunlight filtered through her window drapes revealing each age line molded to her face alone in the dusky shadows working in her measured way a basket of clothes at her feet one b......Read More
Categories: starch, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Basmati Rice
...Indian Basmati: no ordinary rice or Gundry’s being nice, I don’t know which. Lectins can be boiled out, Gundry is insistent starch becomes resistant, chilled overnight. I have to say it w......Read More
Categories: starch, food,
Form: Other
Premium Member Being rich is so much a bore
...No greasy treats from chippie van; I have my starch now au, gratin with blasted, deconstructed bass, petits pois, served; in Demi tasse. No pint of best down at the pub I drink with chums now ......Read More
Categories: starch, humorous,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Smelling the Ironed Denim
...We cannot come now the ladybug sang with accord. We are smelling the starch on the ironing board. The baby mouse agreed, she loved the smell of starch too. And she liked the stiffness of the jeans......Read More
Categories: starch, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Dance of Life
...The dance of life has a certain beat that happens without a fuss. It is not set and exact, but rather fine-tuned to each of us. Your dance might be a tango, mine might be a march. Hers could be a ......Read More
Categories: starch, life,
Form: Rhyme
Lyricvixen's Dark Cherry Blueberry Chocolate Ice Cream ,Low-Calcium,not-vegan
...Lyricvixen's Dark Cherry Blueberry Chocolate Ice Cream (Low-Calcium)(not-vegan) ) 11.1 oz - (OR - 330ml or four 1/3 cups) Embe Coconut Milk - ( whole container) (got at Walmart) ......Read More
Categories: starch, anniversary, candy, cool, happy
Form: I do not know?
...At water break, a wail for dust – Fate sighs, for jest, has mused a blight, And gamers throb, in bliss of lust, Cast brawn and sweat to stoke a plight. The devil’s kiss, the angel’s tear - In ra......Read More
Categories: starch, death, life,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member There was an old lady
...There was an old lady Who flew like a swallow. She weight sixty pounds ‘Cuz her bones were hollow. She flew through the air Wherever she went. She slept in a tree And didn’t pay rent. One unl......Read More
Categories: starch, nonsense, nursery rhyme,
Form: Rhyme
Mad about Bad Chad
...body am owner no longer are a loaner became body donor what would make me mad cheated counting hanging chad which we knew was bad hard been hard to bare chiropractor met my prayer now can......Read More
Categories: starch, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Eating popcorn and not satisfied
...In it not much of a meal, A half dozen not a big deal, My regular canteen I still approach And for trying the stuff self reproach; At the canteen appeasing A Fooled Tank And having God to truly ......Read More
Categories: starch, desire, food, god, religion,
Form: Rhyme
Agony, a long journey
...A weary way-fairer all lost in wood One dark night fending for food fell in well— Unused and dry— it left him fate to brood, But clutched on still to Banyan roots that fell Into well, half aw......Read More
Categories: starch, destiny, fate, life,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Mirror
...Gym exuberance of inflated expectations, a zone of grunt and sweat I curl my way to fifty crunches, sit ups like the urgency of passion My puffing, a heart racing horror, ......Read More
Categories: starch, age, analogy, dedication, health,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member I Can Do This
...I attempted to put the pieces back together I had been a glorious quilt, all dainty stitches and optimism Until he did damage with his seam ripper I can do this I resolved. Revitalize yourself,......Read More
Categories: starch, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Free verse

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