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Superstores Poems

Superstores Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of superstores poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for superstores.

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Honey Filled Remedy
So many people filled with pain
much needs done for a cure
the effects are really quite sore
having so much to endure

For many pains I've found a remedy
it's a honey called Manuka honey
originates from land of New Zealand
so soothing and so effectively...Read More
Categories: superstores, nature, recovery from, sweet,
Form: Rhyme



Kamikaze Khristmas
I was shaken, my jingle bells taken, ornaments on a runaway corporate sleigh
It had nitrous oxide, investors selling so high, stuffing stockings with my pay
There were elves with cleavage, garters and high heels, twirling on candy canes
And then there was...Read More
Categories: superstores, allegory, faith, funny, holiday, introspection, parody, people,
Form: Sonnet
Christmas shopping
To the superstores I went,
Three twowns in three hours,
Many faces old and young,
Dull towns with dull buildings and roads,
And yet as I walked among them,
I could feel their love....Read More
Categories: superstores, people
Form: I do not know?
What Price Progress
There once were hoards of fish in the sea
That laps our local shores
Then they built a Nuclear Power Plant
Now the fish are there no more,
As the Power Plant site increases in size
The fishermen’s livelihood heads for demise.

There once was a...Read More
Categories: superstores, sciencecity, fish, power,
Form: Rhyme