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Tack Poems

Tack Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of tack 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 tack.

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Premium Member Going My Way
Thick mist -
     breath of dusk,
          bearing its own tales ...
               the yellow...Read More
Categories: tack, analogy, introspection, journey, loss, love, philosophy, wisdom,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member The People's Champion - in Trump's own words
I get it
I finally get it
It took a while
But now I'm showing my style.

To every home
With somber tone
My daily briefings
Broadcast my teachings;

I tell them all
To heed my call
So all may strive
To stay alive.

My change of tack
A stroke of luck
And just...Read More
Categories: tack, appreciation, endurance, future, humor, image, parody, satire,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member 4 Non Words - Nonsense
We held a raucous street party, most of the street did attend
There was dust and leaves and sticks on the ground
But with Dancinleefablowin, from junction to bend
The road was all clean with no crackley sound

The start was delayed for those...Read More
Categories: tack, allusion,
Form: Ballad
CONTAGION

People are hurrying, scurrying, worrying
Frenziedly squirreling clusters away.
Rumbling hypotheses riding on every breeze
Cast a malificent shadow our way.

Spreading pervasively, sneakily, rapidly,
Spanning the continents, changing its tack,
Causing uncertainty, splitting humanity
Interdependency starting to crack.

Tension is rising, it's hardly surprising that
Feverish tremors disquiet...Read More
Categories: tack, fear,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member No To Hate
let hatred end
          before it starts
               or it will always
     break YOUR heart
let...Read More
Categories: tack, introspection, love, wisdom,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member The Fall
The youngest lad ever to pass
He did fall in front of his class
On the floor was a tack
He did fall on his crack
Now both hands are holding his gas...Read More
Categories: tack, funny, humor,
Form: Limerick
Puzzles
Found in Math they’ll try to confuse you, throw you off and then amuse you,
When the end is met and you’ve made a mistake; you simple go back and let it flow right.
They’ll send you backwards instead of forwards, make...Read More
Categories: tack, 11th grade, confusion, journey, lost, mystery, riddle,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sunset Ride
Oiled and polished tack
golden coat, white mane
16 hands of raw energy
freshly groomed
chomping at the bit
snorting in anticipation
snow falling lightly
reins firmly in hand 
slow canter across
 snow blanketed  field
steam rising from
my powerful steed
hawks circle overhead
red fox watches
absolute peace...Read More
Categories: tack, beauty, horse, peace,
Form: Free verse
Rock and Roll Rebel


what could have set the stars in motion
a hard boiled egg thrown at the Heavens
is as good a tack as any among the ruminants
an often officious offering of hopeful effect
made during a time of dreams and trouble
as a friend with...Read More
Categories: tack, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A poor craftsman blames his tools
The cookies were raw, must be the salt,
The oven's a little bit broke,
And the cake didn't rise, flat as a tack,
Must have been a faulty egg yoke,

Maybe the hammer is bent at the head,
Maybe the saw is just blunt,
Maybe I...Read More
Categories: tack, funny, introspection,
Form: Quatrain



The Clock
Tick tack
The clock shows life again
Tick tack
The clock brings life back

Hear no voices in the darkness
Tick tack, none hears the sound
See all moments of happiness
Tick tack, they fell it all around 
 
The clock goes on with 
Seconds become minutes...Read More
Categories: tack, life, time,
Form: Personification
Premium Member A POETESS FINDS HER SOUL


                A POETESS FINDS HER SOUL


                She dreamt he was...Read More
Categories: tack, encouraging, poetess, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member my lap top
my keyboard  sometimes sticks and snarls up my story
went to the store and got  jiffy lube and what a glory
my fingers slide across the letters typing faster
did a quick  hit of the duster called air blaster. 

the...Read More
Categories: tack, computer,
Form: Rhyme
These Words Wont Rhyme
The cold of frost
when all seems lost
the soul the cost
Won’t rhyme with post
That’s Strange at most
Just Like a ghost
Hoasting a roast 
but eating toast
to stop his woes 
and rows the coast 
and stops to pose
Aside the post
Why frost cost and...Read More
Categories: tack, words,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member One Letter Makes a Difference
Give me an a. 
Add an N and a G.

Put on a B
Take off the G

Tack on a D.
Toss off the B.

Now you can add whatever letter
you want to the engine.
Sand, stand, gland, rand

Wonder why reading is so complicated?
But why...Read More
Categories: tack, write,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Dollar Store


The in-store music is country-slow,
the vibes twangy.
I pick through the tack and tinsel,
dig for rough diamonds.
Squeezing past other consumers,
sharp showers of oven scourers.
A toilet brush, a candy bar,
a plastic encrusted necklace –
pink or blue, all are equals here.
A potato masher...Read More
Categories: tack, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Combatting inherent bias
This poetic attempt an abbreviation
how biological insemination
(minus in vitro fertilization)
seeds latent Homo sapiens reproduction
possibly since moment of conception,
whereby inchoate progeny

impossible to sustain
fantastic, holistic, terrific... weatherization
against prejudicial germs
that elude uterine infiltration
entering womb thru fallopian tube,
or courtesy external drive

re: environmental perturbation
microscopically initiating
biological...Read More
Categories: tack, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, america,
Form: Dramatic Verse
All is Signal


you think I'm simple minded because I'm nice
when all I said was never fear knowledge
after assassinating my inner constable
to no on stage ill effect whatsoever
jury selection being finally recognized 
as a ghost in the compulsory banquet gravy
tilting the scales of...Read More
Categories: tack, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Whippoorwill Jumping Jack
Whippoorwill jumping jack
Putting daisies pretty
A lonesome road
A one-eyed toad
Painting butterfly city.

Monkey magic is tack.
Bright moonbeam sorely gone.
Upside down me.
Where is your fee?
Whippoorwill jumping fawn.
...Read More
Categories: tack, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Doll Doctor

He would mend and renew,
heal with glue, tack, and brush;
heads broken or blind
smiles cracked or erased, lips peeling.
Dolls bruised by too much love.

Some he brings back from dark places
their porcelain demons exorcised,
counter-curses sewn into scalp and labels.

At times he is...Read More
Categories: tack, poetry,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member In The Mirrored Frame
I have this ornate mirrored frame
each time I look, it's just the same,
in it is this man again, again.

He talks for years through this frame.
A divide that is so plain,
yet his eyes remain the same.

He knows nothing as I exclaim,
futilely...Read More
Categories: tack, imagination, magic, mirror, philosophy, psychological, self, surreal,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member NOT His Day
His habit to put his socks on first
Started these shenanigans one day
After a shower, he donned said socks
With one sagging in a nagging way

He should have bent over to get it
For raising his foot was not smart
It got caught in...Read More
Categories: tack, character, confusion, funny, imagery,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member 'Eggs' asperated


I fancied an omelette
So I bought myself some eggs,
I cracked a few in a bowl
And drained them to the dregs.

Then I got the whisk out
And I gave them a thrashing,
It all got rather vigorous,
The bowl and eggs went crashing.

So I...Read More
Categories: tack, food, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LII 52 - Tongue-Tweezers
UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LII - Tongue Tweezers

Tit for Tat
Butter for Fat
Rat for Cat

Left for Right
Day for Night
Might for Right

Tick for Tack
Lick for Lack
Lice for Sack

Rice for Mice
Dice for Vice
Nice for Voice

Sap for Lap
Cap for Gap
Rap for Nap

Loose for Tight
Pound for Bite
Penny...Read More
Categories: tack, humor, judgement, metaphor, nonsense, word play,
Form: Rhyme
Turns To Song
The words all come together,
their meaning front to back

Like birds of common feather,
they follow the same tack

Existing for each other,
alone their context gone

All strength inside their union
—where memory turns to song

(Villanova Pennsylvania: January, 2017)
...Read More
Categories: tack, song, words,
Form: Rhyme