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Theater Poems - Poems about Theater

Theater Poems - Examples of all types of poems about theater 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 theater.
Premium Member Unicorns are Us
... “Unicorns are Us” You can only imagine the furore when magick hit the score the Party, not impressed, was not for witches too big for their britches on broom......Read More
Categories: theater, magic, muse, symbolism,
Form: Narrative



Premium Member A Famous Violinist
...Gorgeous Brady was only ten when he grabbed an old violin, which belonged to his wealthy grandpa Jacob and started playing, " Lacrimosa." Some of the notes sounded awkward, he persisted and fi......Read More
Categories: theater, beauty, dedication, endurance, friendship,
Form: Lyric
Its Own Chosen Parts
...Sort of like stubbing one's toe, if you dare to love a bruise can form~ a deep rosy shadow in response to your amorous sunning – love burns both inside and out take lots of lotion if ......Read More
Categories: theater, loneliness, longing, love, love
Form: Free verse
How To Be A Genuine Fake
...Desire birthed us. Desire created everything. Desire chose to be us. We are not helpless puppets we are willing puppets. We are actors sharing the same space in an ever changing theater. T......Read More
Categories: theater, poetry,
Form: Free verse
The Pearl Fishers
...Oh, cashmere clouds furred with white softness At noon I woke up to walk with you by a vast frozen river  I had a nightmare about my father again just like yesterday When a savior comes after eigh......Read More
Categories: theater, appreciation, emotions, memory, pain,
Form: Free verse



Women over 50 are Invisible according to one source
...Women over 50 are Invisible (according to one source) But…isn’t that a superpower? Please don’t notice me wearing the same black leggings three days in a row Content to sit on my couch tra......Read More
Categories: theater, funny, happiness, how i
Form: Free verse
Saturday Matinees
... Almost evening. The smell of seaweed hanging on whispers coming up from the beach. I sit in the backyard, rearranging thoughts, trying to fit shapes into what's missing in that vast mosaic ......Read More
Categories: theater, film, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Sitting
...Sitting in the cozy Movie theater With my love We revel With inward strokes Of shared affections, Light & careless, Sipping pop & it feels As though A tender Blue chord Of lo......Read More
Categories: theater, romantic love,
Form: Free verse
Red Winter Roses
...My arbored vines were frozen since mid-December. The seasonal chill, no one is able to tame, but my red winter roses, planted in September, have profusely budded and their blooms are aflame. Radi......Read More
Categories: theater, rose, winter,
Form: Quintain (English)
Dionysus
...I told the world about my cure Nobody gave a damn For a moment, I felt just like a god I’m reminded I’m a man That boulder that’s upon your back? It’s a tiny pebble, bro How big you think t......Read More
Categories: theater, desire, dream, drink, drug,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Marlene Deitrich
...Marlene Dietrich was Berlin-born, but she despised the Nazis. She studied violin, theater and poetry. Her dreams of being a concert pianist was over when she injured her wrist. She got her start o......Read More
Categories: theater, film, voice, war,
Form: Narrative
Inferior is my Interior
...At rock-bottom is my self-image I dejectedly walk on life-road My own self I often disparage And so carry mentally a heavy load I try to build up enough courage But I am unable to find a mode D......Read More
Categories: theater, anxiety, bereavement, conflict, depression,
Form: Rhyme
Theater of Discontent
...We ought to recognize your admirable tactics, the heroine and the fable, goddess of virtue. In whatever way you venture for your liberty, disjointed at times, the dish you cook is fine for my tas......Read More
Categories: theater, change,
Form: Free verse
The Only
...A lifetime goes by just hanging about in the foyer waiting for the right movie. Then you realize you're the only theater in town. ......Read More
Categories: theater, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Me
...I seldom look in the mirror anymore, my razor-blade with an edge of jagged rust – gave up “Creature features” with my early need to scare a girl into my arms at the theater a shower ......Read More
Categories: theater, humorous, poems, poetess, poetry,
Form: Free verse

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