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Village Poems - Poems about Village

Village Poems - Examples of all types of poems about village 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 village.
Bitter Sweet Memories
...Early winter morning remembering From the soft warm depths Of an old man’s bed: Walking through dark streets Shivering with cold, thinking of The soft warm bed she’d pushed me From of with a ......Read More
Categories: village, first love, growing up,
Form: Free verse



Groundswell Of Emotional Blessedness
...Groundswell Of Emotional Blessedness Ebullience exudes from mine every pore courtesy festive mood in the air, thus acknowledgment to the following: thank you All Poetry, COSMOFUNNEL, Faceboo......Read More
Categories: village, adventure, appreciation, blessing, celebration,
Form: Rhyme
Where Is My God
...I laughed when my Parish Priest read: Go through the narrow way. This was because every way had been as narrow as hay; I know the best of the best village ways I have today, We churn and turn trut......Read More
Categories: village, god,
Form: Rhyme
Chicago
...Not an occasion for the Queasy or fainthearted But the start of a journey Into waters uncharted Not an element of skill Just a game of luck and chance To throw five dice on the table Watch th......Read More
Categories: village, drink, games, military,
Form: Rhyme
The Village Christmas
...The Village Christmas It was the brightest night I’ve ever seen Stars shined like diamonds this Christmas Eve Then snow fell before daylight And covered our village in sparkling white My fa......Read More
Categories: village, christmas,
Form: Free verse



A Christmas of Hope and Peace
... "Christmas is not just a season, but a state of mind. To cherish peace and goodwill, to be plenteous in mercy is to have the real spirit of Christmas." ......Read More
Categories: village, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Santa Slowed
...By horse-cart when Santa Claus rode, Through our untarred yoyo village road, Axis like a dough disc, Broke; Santa was at risk; Lo! His expedition got slowed...! 30 November 2022 ......Read More
Categories: village, fun,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member I Was Going to Build an Orphanage
...I was going to build an orphanage We would develop our own village Everyone would feel loved We could call everyone mother and father Grandparents would teach skills to us We would learn to pl......Read More
Categories: village, me,
Form: Free verse
Great Aunt Ada
...Great Aunt Ada not thought of her for years she made me laugh till I cried real tears fascinated by her talk never wanting her to go her every sentence finished with like and that you know ......Read More
Categories: village, family, memory, nostalgia,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Our First Snow
...she has freshened the meadow the fence post are topped off in merry fashion she floats down with such a light touch if she was not cold, we might not notice she begins lightly giving us a tin......Read More
Categories: village, snow,
Form: Free verse
Kirby Grindalythe, Yorkshire
...Mr David Oglesby, my esteemed friend, Almost brought these rambling to an end Kirby Grindalythe was his suggestion Causing a temporary mental congestion. Its only real claim to fame, The Nors......Read More
Categories: village, history,
Form: Rhyme
Earth Tongues
...In a small Russian village the people speak like animals and their animals listen like humans. Deep in a Malay forest there are apes that love God with a slow burning love that turns their hair......Read More
Categories: village, poetry,
Form: Free verse
LIE TO MEN BUT NOT TO GOD
...Lie to men, but not to God, I'm sorry for those I'll hurt, For this is what I must write, I'm not writing because I'm holier than thou, Neither am I better than thou. I know I'm better than noth......Read More
Categories: village, religion, religious,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Memorial Day Ceremony
...Death knell sounds over our village green For all the veterans who eternally lie, Whose presence will never again be seen Because on foreign fields they had to die, We continue to ask......Read More
Categories: village, memorial, memory, veterans day,
Form: Quintain (Sicilian)
An Appetizer
...The food was chased by a bent tine fork Along the surface of a smooth glass plate, Eventually was skewered with brute force torque. A similar force confronted an unyielding cork But for this ev......Read More
Categories: village, food,
Form: Villanelle

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