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Straws Poems - Poems about Straws

Straws Poems - Examples of all types of poems about straws 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 straws.
Premium Member Deciphering the ease of falling
...My centre of gravity shifts It's a theory I'm contemplating whilst leaning on a bannister I'm perfectly safe, not about to topple over My feet are steady I need to work on my balance point What ......Read More
Categories: straws, anxiety,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Wild Geese
... I rose early, quietly slipping into my walking clothes. I gently opened my front door and headed towards the nearby walking trails. As I walked through the woods, nary an animal crossed my path. ......Read More
Categories: straws, autumn, bird, inspirational, morning,
Form: Haibun
Premium Member Jukebox
..."Jailhouse Rock," pocket combs Jokes at the burger joint Jiving to "Jitterbug" Johnny Cash for a dime Jumbo milkshake, two straws Just one more song and dance Journey's hit, "Faithfully" 9-1......Read More
Categories: straws, culture, first love, friendship,
Form: Pleiades
Figurative paralysis laid waste body electric of mine
...Figurative paralysis laid waste body electric of mine This is Spinal tap bamboozling, binding, bleeding, bombing... ripped from every dog eared and book marked page recounting latest ill fat......Read More
Categories: straws, absence, adventure, allusion, analogy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member His First Surf
.... A Step Into the seas hope and fear curiosity steer explore is - Man’s Nature ......Read More
Categories: straws, boy, sports, sunshine,
Form: Concrete

Premium Member Assume Nothing of Storms
...For an hour Cicadas saw at the early August evening While thunder purrs as kittens In the yarn of dark clouds balled up out west over Ionia County Trees prepare their umbrellas The Tigers on T......Read More
Categories: straws, age, creation, environment, friendship,
Form: Free verse
Autumn by Straw Light
... Between the reaching shades of tall trees copper-leafed hillocks’ catch fire, ghost flames burnish the slow stealth of evening. A translucent straw-light seen only through the thumb hole o......Read More
Categories: straws, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Old MacDonald's Great-grandchildren
... We are old MacDonald’s great-grandchildren who help him in his fields during weekends, We gather chopped hays and feed his chicken, then watch him works with his farmers and friends. ......Read More
Categories: straws, granddaughter,
Form: Rhyme
The Man's Outfit
...The man is wearing a yellow shirt, And some blue pants with like a million pockets, In each of his pockets he keeps 50 straws, And on his chest their hides a wooden drawer, He wears a weird pink ......Read More
Categories: straws, funny, humor, nonsense,
Form: Free verse
Expensive divorce
...Divorce is not flight nor sacrifice It's closer to a bonfire of half of me It’s not disowning mothers for elation Divorce is unnatural among parrots Parents come back to feed their young Fled......Read More
Categories: straws, animal, appreciation, break up,
Form: Free verse
Grasping straws convey my toughts my feelings expression to have you to keep you by my side with right by my side Aint no shame saying I need you Look to you when I need some one to care we're together ......Read More
Categories: straws, fashion, future, love, music,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Mr James
...His wise council and kind patience bolstered my resolve to overcome my youthful woes and nightmarish troubles solve. His humanity may have saved my life. His memory I hold dear. But whenever t......Read More
Categories: straws, education, encouraging, feelings,
Form: Prose
My April Fool Horn Haiku for You
...My April Fool Horn Haiku looked and saw loose stool had been found in swimming pool produced by cruel fool had brought baseball bat would want to knock someone flat found him to be fat ......Read More
Categories: straws, allegory, analogy,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member I Choose the White Crocodile
...They drew straws to see who would choose first. A dainty curly-haired girl with blue eyes drew the long straw. “I choose the white crocodile please!” The other children gasped, surprised. “That......Read More
Categories: straws, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Light Verse
How effortless you madness write for madness end sake
...How effortless you seem to write Under said paraffin oil and candor lit background It's almost as if one can hear the nib of your feathered quill draped in ink Scratch away at the parchme......Read More
Categories: straws, betrayal,
Form: Free verse

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