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Telephone Poems - Poems about Telephone

Telephone Poems - Examples of all types of poems about telephone to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for telephone.
Pleasures in Life
...If we start we may not end but, here it goes for a special friend. In no particular order or rank, too many people to mention and thank. So lets move on to other things, like a package waiting......Read More
Categories: telephone, farm, life,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Trippy-Dizzy
...I see you from the heights of a pine. I get trippy-dizzy with you beneath me. I’m that dandelion all alone, talking on the telephone, wondering where you’ve been - to Everest or a deserted ......Read More
Categories: telephone, fun, imagery, love, nature,
Form: Free verse
newspaper and frost
...a newspaper and frost The winter of 1947 was very cold, the country was exhausted, the German army that had given employment to civilians, had surrendered and taken the train home Mother was ......Read More
Categories: telephone, anger, angst, best friend,
Form: Blank verse
Premium Member Fly little Dove
...I felt ashamed today I should have not spoken that way. My love was annoyed and left. I was surprised by all the dialogue bereft. Worse the telephone ceased to work, In anger, I threw down the p......Read More
Categories: telephone, anger, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Poetic Podcast Episode 17 Bop
... Groomed to never see it coming, we wake the past in restless sleep; Our two cents grounded in quicksand; Poor spelling, no checking, it’s a virus; It tends to appeal to the worst in us, emotio......Read More
Categories: telephone, america, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Other

This world ruled by password
...This world that dials M for madness— Press One for this, Two for… what mess! Blind led by blind never ere heard, This world where life’s ruled by password. This verifying you are you, A robot ......Read More
Categories: telephone, humor, world,
Form: Kyrielle
...There are no more telephone booths, not the old type - the glass coffins. The Atalanta hub is rocking, planes and people buzzing in and out of an anthill nexus of distracted minds. Calling ......Read More
Categories: telephone, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Have You Gone? Have I Gone?
...I get a tiny text from you. I do remember emails. Before those, phone conversations. And prior to those we'd meet. Sit for hours with coffee, tea, wine, chat. Chats appeared to go on and on an......Read More
Categories: telephone, age, drink, silence, wine,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Twenty-One Months
...Twenty-one Months By Franklin Price 10/18/2023 Twenty-one months have passed me by Since God took my loving wife For more than half a century We honored vows for life With all His love and......Read More
Categories: telephone, age, death, god, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Interconnect and Embrace
...Written: October 15, 2023 _______________________________________ Hanging precariously on the landline pole, The sun's beams dance, yet no heat console. Akin to ......Read More
Categories: telephone, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Cusp V Clasp
...the telephone wires fan out just like the sun's rays but offer no warmth they are but lines up above connecting all the houses the warmth of the sun covers all during the day but not if hidd......Read More
Categories: telephone, courage,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member The Divine Ring
...Sitting at home all very quiet nothing happening it's all still the telephone rings, who can that be? wondering, will I answer it? it may be Bill I don't get many calls from anyone who would w......Read More
Categories: telephone, god, jesus, spoken word,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Landline-1st Telelphone-
...Land line is the first telephone A fixed-line, and wireline telephone connection that uses metal wires Networked attachments by wires, poles Done by public switched te......Read More
Categories: telephone, adventure, creation, engagement, environment,
Form: Acrostic
Premium Member Look On the Bright Side
...I have become a moaner, Huffing, puffing, growling, groaner I find it hard to bend and stretch My dog is too old to 'Go fetch' 'You fetch yourself.' my old pooch said. As he snuggled up in his d......Read More
Categories: telephone, 10th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Hearing
...Hearing As I sit here now to ponder and really start to wonder Just what the world would be without a sound. No noises to distract me, instead I find it could be A quiet silence noticed all aro......Read More
Categories: telephone, senses,
Form: Verse

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