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Wallflower Poems | Examples of Wallflower Poetry

Wallflower Poems. Below are examples of poems about wallflower. This list of poetry about wallflower is made of PoetrySoup member poems. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples of wallflower poetry. This list of works about wallflower is a great resource for examples of wallflower poems and show how to write poems about wallflower. Definitions may be included where appropriate.

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List of Wallflower Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
WALLFLOWER Kim Rodrigues Kimo wallflower, image,
Premium Member Poem DEMURE Line Gauthier Senryu wallflower, innocence, silence, simple, woman,
Dear stranger Lorna Safronick Free verse wallflower, dance, inspiration, longing,
Self Sabotaged Rosy Robin Carretti Dramatic Monologue wallflower, adventure, confidence, desire, destiny,
Start A LIfe Owen Yeates Rhyme wallflower, lonely,
Beautiful Romance Owen Yeates Rhyme wallflower, love,
Premium Member Poem Pruning the roses Kevin Shaw Rhyme wallflower, appreciation, flower, garden, retirement,
Premium Member Poem MARILENA Line Gauthier Free verse wallflower, childhood, friendship, growing up,
Premium Member Poem Date Gradient Variable Freddie Robinson Jr. Light Verse wallflower, metaphor, romance, science, word
Premium Member Poem She Fell Into The Abyss connie pachecho Free verse wallflower, dark, evil, lust,

Wallflower
by s. grace
Take this last kiss as a bid goodbye
Dont sit and wonder why oh why
Can I not walk in the trail of your stride
Why my heart...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, age, break up, deep,

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Faded Farewell
by John lawless
Faded Farewell


The lust has faded from the Red Maple.
She now stands, wallflower-like,
amid the climactic color
of New England’s reddened cheeks.
Stepping back, she curtsies,
acknowledging beauty’s cycles.
Fulfilled by...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, fate, love, lust,

Will it be dinosaur foot tickling or chucking beetroot around then
by Taoi Chanan
Are you really going to tickle a dinosaur foot with a stone feather? or throw beetroots?

Who would attend a pterodactyl party? A daisy? A wallflower?...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, arabic, art, assonance, aubade,

March
by Jonathan French
March, ephemeral child of winter,
orphaned in your redolent infancy,
let me always hold your hand.

Indecisive waif, harried to higher suns
by impatient, summer guardians,
you have an empathetic...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, march,

Wallfower
by Wendy Rycroft
Wallflower stood alone,
Observing in sorrow,
Dreams and desires,
Echoing through the air,
Swirling into dance,
Imagination and aspirations,
Growing romance,
Gazing at the sun and wishing,
Soul longing and yearning,
A gust of...

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Personification | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, poems,

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My Supreme Goddess Thou Art
by Gary Bateman
My Supreme Goddess Thou Art

I can see Heaven clearly whilst gazing deeply in your eyes now, 
Where the sweet caramel melts deliciously into heartbeats pure.

The...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, emotions, god, heaven, love,

Quench My Desire
by Lin Lane
If my thirst for love, I could quench
my heart would beat in rhythmic sound
and not be saddened, torn in wrench
Happiness would be joy unbound

Hunger to...

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Quatern | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, longing,

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My Supreme Goddess Thou Art
by liam mcdaid
I can see Heaven clearly whilst gazing deeply in your eyes now, 
Where the sweet caramel melts deliciously into heartbeats pure.

The radiant light of our...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, emotions, god, heaven, metaphor,

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My Dancing Queen
by Victor Buhagiar
My old bones sway to the old tune
bringing back memories long forgotten.
My spirit rejoices in exultation
of a ne'er forgotten loving excitation .
For you are my...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, dance, love,

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SEA TURTLES
by Cindi Rockwell
A foggy night just tip-toes in
Like a whisper on a cloud.
And the haloed harbor lights above
Warmly welcome the sparse inlet crowd.

The briney salt air softly...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, animal, beach, beautiful, beauty,

West Texas Wildflowers
by Gretchen Oelrich
West Texas Wildflowers
Waving in the wind
Weather-worn whispering
Whirling warnings to my window
As I water my wallflower
The weeds won’t stop growing
So I whistle the wisdom
I once welcomed
As...

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Alliteration | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, conflict, depression, destiny, nature,

Furthest Reaches
by Plant A Tree Poetry

Past the furthest reaches of the Mad Hatter's soul
A turtle wins a race on the slowest of a roll
There are dusty emotions compiled in an...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, absence, allusion, conflict, confusion,

God Is
by Karega Ani
God Is

God is not confused
God is not amused
God is not impressed
God does not watch commercials
God is not the target demographic
God does not buy name brand...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, black african american, blessing,

The Drawbacks Of Being A Wallflower
by Michael Lowe
Barely seconds into something, already hooked.
Why question anything if you know your stuff?
You know best that it’s easy to be overlooked,
Especially when you’re a diamond...

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Quatern | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, anxiety, appreciation, bullying, encouraging,

Wallflower
by Keith Bickerstaffe
On the edge she sits, a frail nonentity;
neither bloom nor spirit, nor secure identity,
as forlorn and shy she trembles, a man
asks her to dance, she...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, writing,

Wallflower
by Keith Bickerstaffe
On the edge she sits, a frail nonentity;
neither bloom nor spirit, nor secure identity,
as forlorn and shy she trembles, a man
asks her to dance, she...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, solitude,

wallflower
by RHOMA EM

amid crowd of painted faces ,a wallflower dances alone to her own song....

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Monoku | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, identity, self,

Wallflower repost
by Keith Bickerstaffe

On the edge she sits, a frail nonentity;
neither bloom nor spirit, nor secure identity,
as forlorn and shy she trembles, a man
asks her to dance, she...

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Quatrain | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, anxiety,

Dance Partners
by Faye Gibson
Trees
look down,
breath catching,
at reflections
mirrored in mountain
river's deep, quiet pools;
those shy wallflower maidens
leaved in sizzle tinted dance gowns
blush scarlet beneath the sun's bold gaze,
accept his hand,...

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Etheree | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, autumn, dance, october, tree,

Just A Simple Wallflower
by Theresa CW
Just A Simple Wallflower

I'm just a simple wallflower hanging on a long thin limb
Can you see me hanging, now you just can call me singing...

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Couplet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: wallflower, beauty, butterfly, flower,