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Wisconsin Poems - Poems about Wisconsin

Wisconsin Poems - Examples of all types of poems about wisconsin 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 wisconsin.
Premium Member Oktoberfest in Wisconsin
...Oktoberfest Pretzel and beer Wisconsin’s finest celebration Bringing all Germans into town To raise their frothy glasses to each other The prettiest girls wear the sweet dresses With suspenders......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, october,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Sitting With My Cat on a Warm Tin Roof
...I sat with my cat on a New York Tower We got so cold, we had to have a warm shower Then I sat with her on a cold windowsill in Tennen, Idaho. There was awful weather, we were slammed by snow Wh......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Happy Birthday America
... Good morning, America. It's nice to spend a few quiet moments with you, moments of brief and sweet reflections that are as real to me as the morning dew. Such reflections represent a small......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, america,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Glorious Green
...Blend of yellow and blue, it's a pickle and lime. It is jealousy's hue and a plant in its prime. It's an emerald, jade, and a lawn-covered yard And St. Patrick's parade and an alien's card. ......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, color, green, holiday, joy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member O Whispering Wind
... Good morning, O whispering wind. I hear the sound of your awesome voice, but I do not understand a word you're saying. If I Had a recorder, I would document the sound of your captivating p......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, weather, wind,
Form: Personification

Premium Member The Search
... This should be read as though sung as a Country Western song I searched the junk food aisle And the basin of a bowl (looked real, real hard there) I learned that the whiskey bottl......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, life, song,
Form: Verse
Winter's Wake
...Frigid timbers creak Bearing heaviest snow yet ... Warming sun awakes ......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, morning, snow, spring, storm,
Form: Haiku
Frosty Flurries Flourish
...Where frosty flurries flourish Sailing silver clouds stop, Driving drips do nourish Where would-be rains drop Above a timbered tundra land Laden lumber under showy snow, Pretty piles of icy i......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, january, nature, snow, storm,
Form: Alliteration
Premium Member Farty Party
...newly deceased ghost lit his own caustic farts wearing aluminum kitty cat ears with red jeweled hearts our resident wild man Count Dracula laughed as wisconsin cheese's weird math wizard graphed ......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Deep Roots
... Mat and Mary married in the college town of Evanston. Their first child was born in Southern Wisconsin. Their second child was born in Northern Mississippi. Their third child was born in the c......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, family, leaving,
Form: Verse
Premium Member My Friend Yanzi
... Taken by circumstances and not by dreams; Blown by winds adrift on just any stream; We grew up together and were the best of friends; but after high school, he disappeared, drifted away. ......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, childhood, friend, humanity,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Mango Epulaeryu Poem
...Epulaeryu Mango Poetry Season Greetings my dear brothers and sister of God's inspirational grace, and I pray each of you will defeat Covid-19 and its elusive Delta and Omicron variants, and live a......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, appreciation, celebration, fruit, joy,
Form: Epulaeryu
Premium Member Tale of Two Lines
... When the byline was my line, I soared past the skyline When my line was the bye-line, I boarded the Sioux Line ... _______________________________________________ Note......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, goodbye, word play, writing,
Form: Epigram
The Radio
... My neighbor has moved to Wisconsin - he likes ice-fishing, yet in his empty apartment I still hear a radio. It must have been raining through his roof, because I can hear feet paddling about......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Whatever happened to all those cab drivers with PhD's
... Whatever happened to all those cab drivers in Madison, Wisconsin with PhD's back in the 1970's? How are all the college kids doing who cut off a finger or toe in order to avoid get drafte......Read More
Categories: wisconsin, america, history, nostalgia, pain,
Form: Free verse

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