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Straightened Poems - Poems about Straightened

Straightened Poems - Examples of all types of poems about straightened 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 straightened.
Dear Diane 1
...In such occasions where the heart yearns for your heat how would I recover the sorrow, the pillow no longer drips with tears it leaks the yeast of sadness It drills with grills that has chilly ......Read More
Categories: straightened, black love,
Form: Other

...I see you I hear you You beat in my chest A new life You give me Exceptional rest A comfort Just knowing Your there in the end A pathway Now straightened Removing the wend You......Read More
Categories: straightened, absence, beautiful, best friend,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member She Needed a New Familiar
...She needs a new familiar, she is frightened of black cats. This was told to them by a wizard named Charlie T. Matts. No one believed it, for she was a powerful witch after all. It is true, agreed ......Read More
Categories: straightened, halloween,
Form: Rhyme
Aunt Rose
...Politely stood with feet together and socks not up resigned and ready the boy awaits as towards him sails coos and quivers powered cheeks and bright red lips gently lifted and tightly ......Read More
Categories: straightened, family,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Tomorrow
...TOMORROW Tomorrow keeps on Lifting her delicate hand And flipping back strands of Her colored, cherry-brown hair, Which hang alonside her neck… Grown long enough to just touch ......Read More
Categories: straightened, hair, humanity, imagery, imagination,
Form: Prose Poetry

Our Nana
...A V.I.P, Our Queen you see. There will never be anyone else quite like her. Always dressed in her Absolute best, nothing more and nothing less. Her absolute favourite was M&S. Not a hair out of ......Read More
Categories: straightened, bereavement, death, eulogy, family,
Form: Free verse
When I Decided To Love You
..."Books and boys have enmity my girl” Generations of women said to me, Old is gold But I missed a step, tripped over my books and fell hard for you! You see, when I decided to love you I didn’t ......Read More
Categories: straightened, beautiful, black love, heartbreak,
Form: Romanticism
...As the oldest child, I got to choose Before my other sibs. From where to sit or what to do, I was awarded dibs. The fact of being older meant I had a certain clout That might have caused rese......Read More
Categories: straightened, family,
Form: Rhyme
Demon 'Punchers, Part Iv
...IV. Their faces looked shocked when they saw the flames, looking at each other for someone to blame, then Sol cleared his throat, and they look to him, their leader stepped out, his eyes cold and......Read More
Categories: straightened, conflict, corruption, evil, god,
Form: Narrative
Jeanmarie's Baby, Or Why We Have No Anti-Christ, Part I
...Jeanmarie knew how to enjoy herself, a regular guest at Sanderson’s Bar, it didn’t help that it was near her home, easy to walk to, she needed no car. On one Friday night, while slamming back s......Read More
Categories: straightened, baby, corruption, evil, god,
Form: Epic
I Wish You Would
...Does it take time for the sun to extirpate the dark night? Or to ease its fire form to make the plight of farmers, light? Can't a storm take the form of a tornado and revolve? Or blow into a gentl......Read More
Categories: straightened, appreciation, blessing, friend,
Form: Rhyme
Graduation Day
...We stood dressed like Romans of long ago Our togas rustled in the wind Echoing our mixed emotions on that day As we lined outside the great hall. When at last we heard the familiar strain So w......Read More
Categories: straightened, graduation, imagery, simile,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member You Are Mine
...Sunrise shimmering on your hair Strands rise and wavy like mane of a mare Soft and silky when stretched Preened like feathers, not wretched Hair cylindrical or long and blonde Or tailed-black ......Read More
Categories: straightened, imagery, pets,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Proof of Life
...Earlier in the week I was pretty sick and Peter was pampering me. One night, as Peter was taking away my tea tray, I took a selfie to send to my mom - as proof of life. He looked at it from the sid......Read More
Categories: straightened, boyfriend, school, student, teen,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Fork In the Road
...It was the best of tines; it was the worst of tines. It lay, distraught, in silence on the road. He came around the curve, saw it too late to swerve; the puncture caused his front tire to ......Read More
Categories: straightened, destiny, meaningful,
Form: Metrical Tale

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