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Sweepstake Poems

Sweepstake Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of sweepstake 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 sweepstake.

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Premium Member COME THE NIGHT

I waited for you in the night
Holding my breath so wide awake 
The moon was high the stars shone bright 

I dreamt of holding you so tight
Enough to fear two hearts might break
I waited for you in the night

Sent love...Read More
Categories: sweepstake, desire, longing, night, passion, time,
Form: Villanelle

Take this Week and Shove it!
First comes orientation, so long and annoying!
From HIPPA to OSHA oh, how boring.

My first night, I made a mistake!
Oh, how I wish I would win a sweepstake!

The second night went by..
I hope no mistakes were found; sigh..

Tonight is my third,...Read More
Categories: sweepstake, angst, confusion, depression, introspection, life, on work
Form: Burlesque
April fools'
(This is a fictional poem)

My neighbor played an April fools' prank when he called me and said I won a 
I was furious when I learned it was all fake.
When he said April fools', you should've heard the names he...Read More
Categories: sweepstake, childhood, cowboy-western, devotion, april,
Form: Alliteration
Lousy postal service
(This is a fictional poem)

Last week I received a letter that said I won a million dollar sweepstake.
I got so mad that I started to shake.
I know that the postal service can be slow.
But this letter was mailed to me...Read More
Categories: sweepstake, angst, anniversary, loss, me,
Form: I do not know?