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Tale Poems

Tale Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of tale 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 tale.

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Premium Member My Home is Outdoors
I step outside to gaze up at the sky
   Day by day different clouds float by
Some puffy, some wispy, others gray or white
   Some set with the sun at dusk
Others stay out the whole summer night...Read More
Categories: tale, home, nature, sky, tree,
Form: Rhyme



Tales of the Gottaways
grandpa, a hard rock fisherman
and fractured fly rod journeyman 
eyed a fish in the morning mist 
kissing with giggle and lemon twist

he said he saw a bobbing head
round and fat with locks of red
six feet tall as the tale is...Read More
Categories: tale, fishing, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
MY PATIENT TALE
Waking up in hospital, I could not recall
What happened, had I had a fit, or p'raps a nasty fall?
"A heart attack," my anxious husband told me with relief,
"You've been asleep for three days" - I knew then I'd brought such...Read More
Categories: tale, 1st grade,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Fairy Tale


Some memories are a pantomime in a dolls house.
A lantern-slide show in a small old-time theater.
Each seat occupied with an audience of one.

The spectacle is painted in sunny colors
as if some skillful child had chosen fairy-tale similes
to illustrate parts of...Read More
Categories: tale, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Miracles
“And little boy”
He (god) said.
You would be lost 
In the world of wonderness.
If I tell u the tale of her existence.
For,
She inherited the rage of sun.
Amalgamated with;
Fine calmness of the Moon.
Alike to it, 
She loves her scars.
And her eyes;
They carry,
Galaxies...Read More
Categories: tale, art, miracle, paradise, passion,
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member INKY-DINKY
     INKY DINKY
  
     Inky-dinky monkey spinning web to hang
      Itsi -bitsy spider shut the door with a clang.
   
    ...Read More
Categories: tale, 10th grade, fun,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Covid 19: The Movie
It would make a terrific movie script -
I can imagine the opening scene -
Forget about "Tales From The Mummy's Crypt,"
I give you - "The Curse Of Covid 19!"

Though possibly not within tradition,
The dreaded death-inducing condition
Would come first to those whose...Read More
Categories: tale, age, death, film, gothic,
Form: Rispetto
Premium Member OUR FUTURE HISTORY
Our future generations, will one day read.
Of our time right now, our generosity and greed.
What part of their history, do we wish to play?
I ponder these thoughts, each and every day.

Our history books will tell our future children our tale.
Did...Read More
Categories: tale, future,
Form: Rhyme
Pigeon Told
A bird’s eye view 
conversation overheard in a park 
somewhere near you


Hey, Ori ... what’s up?

Nothing much, Marque.
Just flying low, bro.

Big Ollie, the Ruby Cleaners rooftop dove,
shared some bad popcorn news.

Oh, yeah. What’s the latest bird flu blues.

He said that...Read More
Categories: tale, allegory, funny, humor, perspective,
Form: Light Verse
Birth To Infinity
Germ of essence. 
Human blob. 
Shattered eggshell to the chicklet hatched.
Interlocking  family of a  kingdom.
Beget or begone? Antigone! 
Pouch bearing mammal  with no issue for her milk a plenty.
Enlightened species on
a zodiac sign.
Propagating genus wild and free...Read More
Categories: tale, art, beautiful, beauty, birth, celebration, creation, endurance,
Form: Prose Poetry



DINGLEO AND GINGLYET
DINGLEO AND GINGLYET

When the Dingly Doo
Met the Gingly Goo,
On the subway late one night.
They fell for one another,
A case of love at first sight.

But the Dingly Doos  and the Gingly Goos’
Like the Capulets and Montagues,
Had been sworn enemies for...Read More
Categories: tale, death, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Twain Hearts Domain
Twain Hearts Domain

When one heart gain, hookups another twain,
Symphonic bled rain as heartbeat measure,
Fain echoed balance attuned sound remain,
Amidst plain souls part harmonic pleasure,
Picturesque sceneries kept lain treasure,
Stain portraits attest that this tale be true,
Etched art strain reality marks its...Read More
Categories: tale, love, poetry,
Form: Dizain
Premium Member The Prince's Royalty Statement
What happens when you have negative balance? 
Does that mean the Prince does not get his allowance? 
We are a small country you see 
No longer a part of Russia very much free 
But our Prince in the United States...Read More
Categories: tale, america, books, confusion, freedom, money, relationship, rights,
Form: Rhyme Royal
Diego and His Python
He’s a Brazilian all rounder from Sau Paulo you know
With a gift for buying and selling and so
My tale I will share, of his doings to date
Whilst proud to call him, my friend and a mate
He looks like a traveler...Read More
Categories: tale, black love, dedication, pets,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Where Eagles Daren't - A Tall Tale
Fleeing from the corona virus,
we headed out of town,
seeking isolation from infection.
Beyond civilisation,
beyond the traffic lights,
beyond the bitumen and the supermarkets,
we came to a wilderness 
of scrubby brush and stunted trees,
occupied by wallabies and emus,
crows and kookaburras,
nothing dangerous, 
except the...Read More
Categories: tale, absence, animal, beauty, city, home,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GOT MILK, A CALIFORNIA TALE
She happily drove to the market,
To get food and things for her family.
Alas, how heartbroken was she!
With no dairy products in the store to see.
She drove home,sobbing ever so tearfully.

Then she spied some cows in yon meadow.
Aha, a light went...Read More
Categories: tale, food, hope, humor, perspective,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Whimsical Tale


Here's a whimsical tale I've just concocted
From my wandering unbalanced brain
What's that you say? I seem totally normal?
Nothing different, silliness emotes again

Not sure there's help for this kind of mind
No pills can help, doc said try vodka
Strange prescription but he...Read More
Categories: tale, fun,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Is Coronavirus Almighty-
coronavirus 
comes for the self-quarantine, 
isolated life 

coronavirus 
comes to wear an oxygen mask,
to shut the mouth

for that virus
our dead while living existence
has nothing to do

isolation, closing door, 
dazed lives in dark knowledge 
for that virus

coronavirus
comes as the saboteur 
spreading...Read More
Categories: tale, horror, life,
Form: Free verse
At The Marina Beach
At the Marina Beach
I saw me as a child collecting seashells
To adorn the sandcastle I was to build 
Impervious to the roar of the sea, 
The tall rising and approaching waves
And the swiftly flowing wind;
For that child,
The many risks and...Read More
Categories: tale, age,
Form: Free verse
All Mixed Up
Did you hear about the moose, who thought he was a goose? He swam and he honked and even waddled when he walked. But it would make you cry, if you had seen it with your own eyes, the morning...Read More
Categories: tale, animal, children, confidence, humorous,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member A WINTER BEE TALE






                 Breezy swept forest
                 Tired serene young bee...Read More
Categories: tale, nature, winter,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Our Star The Sun
Our Star The Sun

We hither, simultaneously exposed, upon this earth go merrily around it,
As a star amidst the number's relinquished half of the energetic lifetime,
Life well-spent, we're part of its reciprocal beneficiaries earning a profit,
Business, as usual, might be its...Read More
Categories: tale, poetry, sun,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member SHANTELLE
           SHANTELLE

           Pretty sweet charming girl named Shantelle
           Shining face...Read More
Categories: tale, appreciation, child, cute,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Olive
The first two lines from - I am Me Set me Free - by Maria Williams


Use my oil and mill my seed
My healing powers are all you need
I grow on trees as old as time
I will keep you in your...Read More
Categories: tale, health,
Form: Ballad
Never Quite Home To Me
Not all of my family and friends that grew up there would AGREE. They remember all the pleasantries and being happy and FREE. This tale regards  
the place where I was born and once ROAMED. Let it be known...Read More
Categories: tale, heart, home,
Form: Rhyme