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Taffeta Poems

Taffeta Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of taffeta 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 taffeta.

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I Say A Prayer
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I welcome in the beauty of this luminous blue moon 
watching brilliant ribbons of blue and silver light 
join the soothing space of angels that we call twilight ;
I flow into the depth of night and listen to the songs...Read More
Categories: taffeta, appreciation, moon,
Form: Free verse



The Blue Dress
It was my twentyfifth wedding anniversary, I wanted to look beautiful
after twenty five  years of wedding bliss  two kids and a life of plentiful  
I wanted to give thanks to God for bringing me a man whos...Read More
Categories: taffeta, devotion, feelings, growth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Samurai Sandwich Please
“A Samurai sandwich please.”
The waitress looked perplexed but took the order anyway
because she did not want to ask.
“Perfect!” the customer said.

Three more times that month he came in for a
sandpiper sandwich, a taffeta sandwich, and a typhoon sandwich.
The waitress brought...Read More
Categories: taffeta, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade, heart,
Form: Narrative
In Old California 29
Now they do leave and go their distant ways.
Don Jose rides with Arracho to shore
as Segundo brings ladies home with bays.
The destination's hacienda's door.

Sound of iron rims on cobblestone turned heads to see Alcalde's wife
and daughter go by. Twin bays...Read More
Categories: taffeta, angst,
Form: Free verse
In Old California 28
And Margarita holds her mother's sleeve
as she's lead toward the waiting surrey ride.
El Segundo with reins of bays doth weave
to find a space at colonnade's near side.

"I've never seen him misbehave, Segundo. Are you sure about this thing?"
"I don't use...Read More
Categories: taffeta, spanish,
Form: Free verse



Dead men dont wear dresses
Simone never drank before midday,
It was a habit her father taught her.
But today was different.
Her husband Aaron of 25 years was dead.
It was in his will that he wanted to be buried in a dress.
So she had a long glass...Read More
Categories: taffeta, 10th grade,
Form: ABC
At the Altar of Eros
Before the Light of the Sun and the stars began to shine,
Dwelled the Winged Chaos, in pitch as darkened as red wine,
His companions were Nyx the Night, Erebus the Darkness,
And Tartarus the Abyss, the dungeon for wickedness.
Soon Night with black...Read More
Categories: taffeta, 10th grade,
Form: ABC
At the Altar of Eros
Before the Light of the Sun and the stars began to shine,
Dwelled the Winged Chaos, in pitch as darkened as red wine,
His companions were Nyx the Night, Erebus the Darkness,
And Tartarus the Abyss, the dungeon for wickedness.
Soon Night with black...Read More
Categories: taffeta, 10th grade,
Form: ABC
Dead men dont wear dresses
Simone never drank before midday,
It was a habit her father taught her.
But today was different.
Her husband Aaron of 25 years was dead.
It was in his will that he wanted to be buried in a dress.
So she had a long glass...Read More
Categories: taffeta, 10th grade,
Form: ABC
At the Altar of Eros
Before the Light of the Sun and the stars began to shine,
Dwelled the Winged Chaos, in pitch as darkened as red wine,
His companions were Nyx the Night, Erebus the Darkness,
And Tartarus the Abyss, the dungeon for wickedness.
Soon Night with black...Read More
Categories: taffeta, 10th grade,
Form: ABC



At the Altar of Eros
Before the Light of the Sun and the stars began to shine,
Dwelled the Winged Chaos, in pitch as darkened as red wine,
His companions were Nyx the Night, Erebus the Darkness,
And Tartarus the Abyss, the dungeon for wickedness.
Soon Night with black...Read More
Categories: taffeta, 10th grade,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Lumpy Trunks


A fellow from the south of South Africa
Waltzed around in a skirt made of taffeta
Some thought he was strange
With his long curly mane
A lump in his trunks proved him male to the maxima




...Read More
Categories: taffeta, giggle,
Form: Limerick
Clair De Lune


When evening dusk falls from the edge of night 
like a loosened taffeta from bridal halls 
the wrist pulse slows as the stars align 
their talisman to keyon thoughts of you  
She dances  to the steps of light...Read More
Categories: taffeta, allusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Lump In His Skirt


A fellow from the south of South Africa
Waltzed around in a skirt made of taffeta
Some thought he was strange
With his long curly mane
A lump in his skirt proved him male to the maxima




...Read More
Categories: taffeta, magic,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member This Is Mortality
In a small coffin made of styrofoam
and lined with lace and taffeta of blue,
I gently lay him down, there all alone,
     this dreadful day...with whisper bid adieu.
     In death's tranquility...
  ...Read More
Categories: taffeta, death, goodbye,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lullaby in the Sunset
It’s time for the daytime to dance into night,
Its tangerine taffeta dress a delight,
Where is it going? Coloured so bright?
Sleep now my sunshine, you’ll dance til the light.

It’s time for the day to lay down for a doze,
It’s flushed with...Read More
Categories: taffeta, baby, Lullaby, night, sleep, sunset,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member DAYDREAM TIARA


Midday sometimes in class instead of learning algebra
While she should be calculating and figuring formula
Her mind wanders aboard a moonlit gondola
Serenaded by a musician and his viola

She follows the enticing aroma of hot lasagna
Zigs instead of zags, could be seen...Read More
Categories: taffeta, class, dream, fantasy, math, silly, youth,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member AHA


Didn’t digest my all-dressed pizza
Suffering now from insomnia
A touch of every possible phobia
Mostly of ravenous bacteria 
And humongous tarantula
O yes, and the sordid mafia
Did I call my Grandmamma
Did I put away the spatula
Did I book girls’ day at the spa
Did...Read More
Categories: taffeta, dream, fantasy, fun, imagination, nonsense, silly, surreal,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member A Christmas Fantasy
Walking alone on that Christmas day
through falling snow, in emotions sublime,
step, pause step, she danced a minuet
as her taffeta skirt swirled in three quarter time.

The oboes and flutes sang sweet rhymes, 
while in her mind the orchestra played,
through sparkling emeralds,...Read More
Categories: taffeta, christmas, dream,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member It
It's a dance in the moonlight,
 graceful steps in taffeta and chiffon;
 shadow dancing beneath the stars.

It's a dinner date at Tavern on the Green,
 with tinted glasses and champagne
 under twinkling lights of stardust.

It's a soft and gentle kiss...Read More
Categories: taffeta, dream, love,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Winter
Adorned in silky taffeta she strides,
cool, crisp, and confident.
With delicate lacy trim she glides,
a snobby sophisticated countenance,
behind which a volatile temper hides.
Once quiet and sultry,
now chilling and unpredictable - she chides;
burning cold upon her breath
and breast where nature's wrath resides.
We've...Read More
Categories: taffeta, winter,
Form: Personification
Under the bloom of a full moon
The light of the moon slivered upon her hair,
The calm breeze flickered the lanterns dim glare,
Followed by a gust blowing it out with a flare, 
The heavens opened up with stars everywhere,
Playful eyes swimming as they stare,
Taffeta laid and her...Read More
Categories: taffeta, beautiful, emotions, pain, poems, poetry, romantic, sad
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love Was a Yellow Dress
It was Christmas time in the City,
Ellen was only ten,
Too new to know anybody,
She didn't have a friend.

Her mother wept for her daughter,
Who had asked for just one thing,
A new formal dress for Ellen,
The Christmas bells to ring.

Mother picked yellow...Read More
Categories: taffeta, appreciation, child, memory,
Form: Light Verse
A Wish for a New Day

What happened to my boisterous boy,
      beloved keeper 
                       of wild bluebell skies?...Read More
Categories: taffeta, bird, day, emotions, loneliness, nature, sky,
Form: Free verse
Dreams and mini Beauty Queens
 DREAMS AND MINI BEAUTY 	   	    QUEENS








Held hostage in yards of lace and taffeta, they stand stiff and poised. 
Exhibiting a collage of
rhinestones and sequins sewn meticulously amongst every
frill and ruffle they rigidly 
parade...Read More
Categories: taffeta, age, beauty, child,
Form: Free verse