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Start Poems - Poems about Start

Start Poems - Examples of all types of poems about start 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 start.
Premium Member Wrapped Up
... Christmas spirit was neatly wrapped up Tied with a bow and put upon a shelf Encompassed was kindness, giving, goodwill and cheer Organized in a package held hostage this year Let......Read More
Categories: start, depression,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member TO START EACH DAY ANEW
... There exists a poet monster, the killer of dreams. Hopes to crush her, tis his daily scheme. As if she never met a poison snake in her life? Toddler antics, bring her zero, if any stri......Read More
Categories: start, encouraging, evil, perspective, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 0550
...Good morning sunshine, time to rise And wipe the sleep out of your eyes The day has dawned to start anew I hope today bodes well for you I'm looking forward to tonight Where I will bathe unde......Read More
Categories: start, i love you, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Fall on Me
...Leaves have fallen upon the ground As a cracking sound under thy feet Yellow, orange and brown Getting ready for the burn pile While naked limbs appear Rain and wind blowing them down Large b......Read More
Categories: start, autumn,
Form: Free verse
Fear of Corpse
...Let Hans start reading some book: Let him not this overlook Or it shall him later hook In a school they don't scores cook, Her exit door for the crook And who thinks he can rook... Let him no......Read More
Categories: start, courage, death, fear, humanity,
Form: Rhyme



Start reading some book
...Let Hans start reading some book: Let him not this overlook Or it shall him later hook In a school they don't scores cook, Her exit door for the crook And who thinks he can rook... Let him no......Read More
Categories: start, age, child, education, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Beyond belief
...For too long we have been twirled about by mind and we see now that we're still at the start line, since thoughts orbit fears that grip us in their bind, mirroring desire that let's us......Read More
Categories: start, faith, god, religion, spiritual,
Form: Ottava rima
Dont Whine Resign
...We’ve all got reasons our job has flaws. But their security can entrap like claws. So I’ll hold on to them until things sour. To be unexpectedly cut in the final hour. But this time I took ......Read More
Categories: start, celebration, courage, freedom, leaving,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member PUBLISH or CHERISH
...Were I to compile all my poems I’d surround myself with six or eight great tomes And watch the age of yellow slowly creep On poems with which no one would share a peep. I fantasize of picking o......Read More
Categories: start, poetry, poets,
Form: Rhyme
HARMONY
...Listen to the silence, it's noisy. Listen to the birds, they can sing. Listen to my heart, it can beat. We listen too many things, we won't understand. The noise of a car running is annoying, but t......Read More
Categories: start, conflict, freedom, inspiration, peace,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member MY INTERPRETATION OF IF BY RUDYARD KIPLING
...MY INTERPRETATION OF IF BY RUDYARD KIPLING If you can keep calm when all around you, Are frustrated, and angry with you, Always believe in yourself, and be true, Don’t be too proud, be positive......Read More
Categories: start, poets,
Form: Rhyme
Reactions differ
...Some people would you sue, Others choose to thugs woo To just make sure you do What with it you aren't through. Some men at others boo Like we would a taboo Claiming they'd lived in zoo But ......Read More
Categories: start, allusion, character, people, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
Chaos Dream
...I once had a dream as the world fell apart I looked to the seas, where the waves never start Arresting the flow of the thunderous tides The shore parting ways from its union of lies Displays of......Read More
Categories: start, addiction, conflict, death, lost
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Six Faerie Children
...Six faerie children with a happy hi hey ho! Know what way to linger, the tulips love them so. They are eager to please as the roses always know. The daffodils adore their swinging singing ways, hi......Read More
Categories: start, 1st grade, 2nd grade,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member What I Believe
...I believe God is so incredibly strong and mighty, Yet, as Jesus, I gave him residence in my heart In form as the Holy Spirit, they are the Almighty. Believing they live in me, we are......Read More
Categories: start, faith, god, how i
Form: Terza Rima

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