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Walkers Poems | Examples of Walkers Poetry

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List of Walkers Poems

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FREEDOM RINGS Kim Rodrigues Free verse walkers, america, freedom,
Premium Member Poem High on Summer Breeze Eve Roper Lyric walkers, beach, music, summer,
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Premium Member Poem Apoleia Phobia Kai Michael Neumann Free verse walkers, people,
Premium Member Poem Crutches, Walkers, Knee Wraps Caren Krutsinger Free verse walkers, old,
SLEEPWALKING Anisha Dutta Couplet walkers, dream, sleep,
Premium Member Poem Murmuring and Muttering Freddie Robinson Jr. Elegy walkers, death, religious, sin, wisdom,
Premium Member Poem Two Walkers and A Wheelchair Caren Krutsinger Free verse walkers, self,
Premium Member Poem Motion Sickness Freddie Robinson Jr. Elegy walkers, allusion, culture, leadership, truth,
A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Picnic Anisha Dutta Rhyme walkers, funny,
Premium Member Poem LBI, Drifting Sands Kevin Lawrence Narrative walkers, sea,

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broken now, now
by Dear Heart
All the broken people

I see them always when I go downtown
begging for money or sleeping in a doorway
I really want to help
and although I have...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, poverty,

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Gnarly Governance
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

O tree of liberty,
how much innocent blood
requires thee
to                 ...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, corruption, metaphor, perspective, truth,

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Silence of the Lambs
by Freddie Robinson Jr.

Dueling Americans
love drawing blood from a distance
Crossing swords with their dogma guns ... 
a test of mettle:
Who will bow first
to the pressure building in their...

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Dramatic Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, political, society, truth, violence,

Caress of the Rain
by Gwen Schuetz
 
The rain fell creating raindrops on the windowpane, 
Caressing the walkers by with dampness.

The pedestrians would walk with their beautiful umbrellas,
Keeping them protected from...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, day, god,

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Catfish Love for Contest
by Caren Krutsinger
Yes, she was svelte, she was gorgeous, this gal of mine was 21, and had my heart jumping.
Her photo was of a beautiful waif, with...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, love,

Rain Delight
by Gwen Schuetz
Rain caressed the trees and leaves,
Puddles of delight welcomed the sparrows to bathe,

Walkers walked  by with their umbrelllas,
Sheltering them from the stormy weather.

Nature refreshed...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, friendship, god,

The dark side of Vegas
by roger turner
Behind all of the glamour
Hidden by the glitz
Under all the spray on tans
And distracted by the tits

Lies a Vegas like no other
Not the one you...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, america, fate, hope, loss,

GHANA THE WARRIORESS
by Anderson Walkingshoes
“She lies in the western region of the black race territory apportioned back from generations,
Within the 11th century era,
Filled with typical black men with strong...

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Dramatic Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, africa,

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The Remaining - PROLOGUE: Terra Firma and the Bitumen
by Leanne Lovejoy-Burton
“The Remaining”

PROLOGUE:  “Terra Firma and The Bitumen”


"The slow descent into Hell
Had led Her mind to escape to Heaven
Her firmament was Her Mind
Her body just...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, angel, daughter, god, heaven,

SOCIAL EQUALITY
by Anderson Walkingshoes
Commercially,the road wasn't helping, 
It wasn't giving basic facts about evil which rise against its walkers, 
Birds were making statements to draw our attention towards...

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Classicism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, adventure,

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Got to Reminiscing
by RALPH TAYLOR
Got to reminiscing,
just the other day,
where it is I am in life,
and how I got that way!

I'm living in a seniors home,
which is where I...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, friend, old, people,

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Our Senior Bus Trip
by Sandra Haight
On bus trip for seniors, we go
to watch a live new music show
with walkers or cane
umbrellas for rain
galoshes in case there is snow!

Arrive and we...

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Limerick | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, humor, silly,

If I die
by Clinsman Busaka
     If I die

There comes a time
Time of death
No escape
But
If I die
Let it not be of AIDS

I knew i lived a...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, death, grave, health, inspiration,

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Lust
by Richard Lamoureux
He said, “Everything about lust 
has already been written!”
Every person, man or woman 
at some time will be smitten
Lust can be fetish, 
she dresses like...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, lust,

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The perfect day
by Viv Wigley

Unpacked by dawn, the newborn day lies still,
it takes it's first breath, breeze disturbs the haze,
faint sunlight cuts a path from up the hill,
soaks out...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, day, peace,

Name on a grave stone
by stephen pennell
Moss covered algae ridden
Memorials, to mans earthly existance
Stand ivy clad in rows
Names eaten away by time
and dates long gone 
all faded into one. 
No flowers...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, death, , memorial,

Black Minds in the Wind
by Stanley Dorsey
Whirling thoughts of consciousness, do forever wave
Whistling through tribulation in search of better days.
To often rejected, and shunned like waisted fruit.
In the wind we forever...

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Dramatic Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, africa, america, celebration, creation,

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DOGGONE CAT
by John lawless
Doggone Cat 


Domestication’s dormancy- be damned
I’d choose to go outside – not in this sand

I will pass on love and hugs for I am certain
destiny...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, cat, dog, humorous,

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tinsel town
by PATRICIA CRESSWELL
tinsel town

late at night
early in the morning 
after all of the glitter has fallen
dripping down the worn facades
scenes worn into pretences
of water colour puddles
like gasoline...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, corruption, evil,

Night, North Woods Deer Camp
by David Welch
Darkness seeps through stately pines,
outside this home-made, tar-paper shack.
It’s two AM, and I cannot sleep again,
so I gaze out into the black.
I feel a relaxing...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: walkers, age, autumn, introspection, mystery,