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Tad Poems

Tad Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of tad 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 tad.

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Premium Member Children of the Winter Garden

Snowdrop pokes her little face
 Up through the winter snows;
First she comes before the Crocus
 First she is to go.

Dainty Daphne dressed in white
 Such fragrance spreading from her flowers;
January’s child surely knows
 She lifts the...Read More
Categories: tad, flower, garden, winter,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Words are Fun Tah Dah Tad De Doo
Words are fun 
Tah Dah Tad De Doo
Skipping with sun
Carousing in blue

I am eager to drink coffee
From a faerie elf’s shoe
Add a little sweet toffee
Lah Shah Lad She Doo

Writing is amazing
Sah Wah Sad We Sue
Cattle come a grazing
Nah Mah Nad...Read More
Categories: tad, 2nd grade, 3rd grade, 4th grade, 5th
Form: Rhyme
The journey that changed me
Hardly anyone would I trust,
In my dark days, they are now past,
Altered me was the journey last,
And the change came rather too fast.

When the goal seemed to be too tough,
And I didn't have the strength enough,
To take on the forces...Read More
Categories: tad, change, character,
Form: Rhyme
Laying her head on a stone she sang with a voice undulated with joy 
taking summer and me by surprise with a dolce voce all sweet n' high 

like a million butterflies 
giving up their sighs 
I watched her in...Read More
Categories: tad, music,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bipolar

A yellowish day frolics with life, pleasantries errants the air, smiles
growing everywhere as man and beast are one with the leash, 
complacency occupies both time and space, the tenants,
of calmness and serenity moves in. That as being first
analyzed as a...Read More
Categories: tad, anxiety, depression, mental illness, muse,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Whatever Weekend
Whatever Weekend

Being humble common pathways ere,
I ought traveled nearby that lea,
Past the margin of my home there,
Where the daffodils fickle sprightly,

As I shared the natural trail lead,
General impressions befall o'er sunlit,
E'er lighthearted to the bird's melodies,
I travailed the character of...Read More
Categories: tad, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Lover in the Background

A day feels like mist of the wee hours,
once again I regale myself with
the buzz and the fuss
Coaxing my heart out of sulking 
for it is an utter melancholy
and slightly a jest

A...Read More
Categories: tad, boyfriend, celebrity, feelings, for him, love, missing
Form: Free verse
Rock ribbed dogmatic secular humanist
Morality and self-fulfillment
attainable without belief in God
similarly yours truly
would figuratively crane
his credulity to ascertain Ichabod
mentioned in first Book of Samuel
as purported son of Phinehas,

I reject entire Biblical text,
and prefer to remain sacrilegious
eschewing faith no more,
(cuz doctrinaire versus
epistemological paradigm)
disagreeable, thus essentially
resigning...Read More
Categories: tad, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, allusion,
Form: Free verse
SHRINKS beware karma
here lie the remains of savior-imposters
lots of canned answers from textbooks
they knew: peace & reconciliation will be their ruin
so, divorce or hate, were prolonged a tad
shrinks who didn't show you peace and reconciliation ...
until you'd paid their bank loan first!

here...Read More
Categories: tad, allegory, angst, depression, education, friend, green, humor,
Form: Epitaph
Fake smile
Laying in bed as sleep escapes me
Ignoring texts from my ex, someone please tell her she needs to replace me
Why do I still think about a dad that didn't even raise me? 
Depression had me hostage, I don't like the...Read More
Categories: tad, deep, depression, grief, growing up, sad,
Form: Free verse


The woman fretted too much over this and then that.
Was her hair the correct color or was she perhaps a tad fat?

Did her neighbors really like her or was it all make-believe?
She whimpered softly and wiped a rivulet of tears...Read More
Categories: tad, encouraging, inspiration,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member The Grass Is Always Greener
In a symbolic melee of defiance,
Rabid amber leaves scuff the callus stoned
Noon summons the arctic wind a tad honed
December’s mist embraced forced compliance,
Thought of you brother you free of science
Allied yourself to simply days unknown,
Hating maturity once we had grown
To...Read More
Categories: tad, angst, brother,
Form: Italian Sonnet
Premium Member There I Am Ageless

I peer at myself in the mirror.
My forehead is nice though I like it covered with bangs.
Lines there are to be expected,
and so too, the crows’ feet at my eyes.
At the base of my forehead are dark brown brows.
They are...Read More
Categories: tad, age,
Form: Free verse
no u turn
just a tad
bit little
late but
still in
a way

my grating
worked on
work nerves
are severed

several even
oddly have died
being cut off 
and left

where they were
isolated thoughts
not supported by
trusses or beams
or rebar reinforce

ment meant to
sustain or at
least suspend
any attack upon
my heart

so though after
winter has set in
i'm...Read More
Categories: tad, muse,
Form: I do not know?
Premium Member Olive Exposure
Olive was vibrant and deliberated in awe in front of her wardrobe

Should she put on that glorious fox pelt for the night’s Hunters Ball

Surely it had to be politically correct and she would claim her place

In the hearts of those...Read More
Categories: tad, rights,
Form: Free verse
The Elusive Danny Kruger
Why Danny, so cute, but elusive
Ornamental and yet unobtrusive
Preferring to stay
At the end of the day
In locations a tad more exclusive

Why Danny, you see, while there's cheese
In the pond and the voters to please
You could pop in to town
Take the...Read More
Categories: tad, absence, community, cute, england, funny, political, satire,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member 'Twas the Night Before Christmas--part 2

‘Twas the night before Christmas, and in my house dress,
I was mixing and dicing. The place was a mess.
All my folks were expected at seven o’clock,
but at only three-thirty, I heard a loud knock.
Off I dashed to the door mumbling,...Read More
Categories: tad, christmas, confusion,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Disunited we Freeze
What is the purpose of your visit young man?
        I heard that you have the best marmalade in the world

Well we do import oranges but you look a bit foreign to us

	I am...Read More
Categories: tad, discrimination,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member IN THE WILD Re Post
( Re Post)

Early one morning, we begin our drive,
An awesome feeling as we arrive,
At our camp gate which, opens 
At six o’clock, 
Now we are in the African bush
Which, will unlock,
Moments that we have missed and
Remember from...Read More
Categories: tad, animal,
Form: Free verse
Life Is Johnny Short
Life is too short
Life is too short, not to say love you
I’ve lived life beside you everyday
But I could never get enough of you
Life is short
So short
To stand by and hate your sister or brother
I don’t even get to see...Read More
Categories: tad, caregiving, cool, depression, giving, growth, heart, identity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sunrise

slowly it sneaks,
first, it will take a peek
and if the coastline is all clear,
then just a tad more near the horizon
its yellow will show, it will glow,
a strong push from the range,
then it will be

2019 September 27

...Read More
Categories: tad, sun,
Form: Rictameter
Premium Member A Beautiful Friend

“There’s not a word yet for old friends who’ve just met.” - Jim Henson

Most people hopefully know that feeling
when things just happen to “click” between two people.
That has happened to me more than a few times in my life,
and often...Read More
Categories: tad, friend,
Form: Prose
The Girl I once Knew
I once knew a girl timid and shy, she hung her head low every time I drove by
I once knew a girl so meek and so mild, she mustered a wave but rarely a smile I once knew a girl...Read More
Categories: tad, best friend, childhood, friendship love,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Another Day In Paradise--NOT

On midday, hot and muggy, at near nineties,
A young man, possibly late twenties,
Had been seating on a town bench,
I sat on the empty one next to stench,
At that point, I realized he was homeless,
Just a tad later, the realization of...Read More
Categories: tad, allegory, analogy, character, day, fate, imagery, life,
Form: Narrative
Beneath the fabled, innocent and polished mind
In a tinderbox wrapped up by an askant beldam’s hand
Above an unmarked grave that is welcoming, rather kind
A pair of eyes noticed a hue in the dunes of white sand.

Nom de Dieu! Shall we...Read More
Categories: tad, emotions,
Form: Rhyme