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Tachometer Poems

Tachometer Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of tachometer 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 tachometer.

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Green spyder
When I first saw it
	in the dark corner there
where none would see it
	hidden away from sight

dark green was its color
	in the darkness hard to see
with few bright glitters
	catching the light

smooth flowing curves it had
	without harsh lines breaking the flow
all was...Read More
Categories: tachometer, poetry,
Form: Free verse

Small Town Breakdown
I'll run the red lights tonight. 
Laugh at the service engine light. Blare crowded notes, and scream until the rancor in my chest destroys the windshield. I've been driven out. Driven mad. And, I'm pulling out the stitches- The mask...Read More
Categories: tachometer, angst, anxiety, car, depression, family, mental illness,
Form: Prose
She has no idea
She wrote it on his skin, 
and he hoped that
it would sink in.
It was just a phone number,
but he thought of it as coordinates,
that once he left the bar,
the darkness,
he would find something,
something worth leaving for.
He remembered the way she...Read More
Categories: tachometer, anger, angst, imagery, journey, love, love hurts,
Form: Prose Poetry