April Writing Poems

These April Writing poems are examples of Writing poems about April. These are the best examples of Writing April poems written by international poets.


Premium MemberOnly I, Have The Key by Broken Wings
I open and close my stiff cold hands,
and look down at what my pen has spilled;
my hands ache from decades of writing,
my many pages are...

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Categories: bullying, hate, writing,

Premium MemberPoetic Wall Flowers by John lawless

If I could roll my words in tightened balls
and throw them then, against the critiques walls
some might stick while all the others fall
like drunkards, stagger...

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Premium MemberPoetry's Burden by Brian Johnston
Might you have a poet deep down in your gut
That you try to keep tied up and gagged?
Do some days make you feel slightly stuck...

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Categories: love, poetry, writing,

Premium MemberBe Willows that Sway by Andrea Dietrich
my heart was a small glad sparrow
which soared on a sonnet’s dulcet breeze

there stood in a dark and dreadful forest -
not stooping for anything -
old...

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Premium MemberMonkey Business by Roof Missing
Is free verse poetry or 'falutin name for prose,
In truth, perhaps, more saunter in the park?
A tawdry muse that's dressed in Sunday's store-bought clothes,
A mud...

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Categories: humor, poetry, writing,

Premium MemberOne, Nine and Sixteen by Nina Parmenter
Sewing machine, long idle, gathered dust,
Too tricky for arthritic hands to thread,
Her body had betrayed her, cutting dead
Half-knitted dreams and wistful wanderlust.

Her mind though, fresh...

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Categories: writing, age, loss, nostalgia, poetry,

Premium MemberOver the Top by Roof Missing
Over the Top (1)

When is poetry by man, much more than scuzz (from top)?
Know a bard who hears his muse say it’s past time to...

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Categories: life, poetry, writing,

Premium MemberThe Pencil by Laura Loo
It is a graphite instrument created to depict expressions,
something to record emotions; bring to light an epiphany-
It comes to dear life with ideas and inspiring...

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Categories: analogy, emotions, inspiration, writing,

Premium MemberA Good Writer by Laura Loo
 Write something deserving of a good read, 
or do something that inspires your muse-
find exhilaration in using your imagination, 
a good writer pens with...

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Categories: inspirational, writing,

Premium MemberFind Inspiration in Your Divination by Laura Loo
Find inspiration in your quill’s creation, 
              for there’s alleviation in the...

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Categories: inspiration, writing,

Premium MemberWhat Was It All For by Broken Wings
What was it all for that I shed my night tears,
searching and searching and praying for the right words;
and writing and writing 'till my pen...

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Premium MemberBLUE CHOPSTICKS by Line Gauthier


Whenever I felt blue
I’d pick up a pen
And write my thoughts

It was my way of connecting
With my most inner depths
Now it’s been way too long
And...

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Categories: writing, blue, change, introspection, sad,

Chaotic Silence by Chigbo Solomon Peter
Inspire me.... 
Even as I attempt this 
Iambic nonsense 
How can silence, 
Emanate from chaos:
It's direct opposite? 
A pure contradiction of concept...


Crashing, cascading....... 
In a...

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Categories: writing, art, confusion, hilarious, identity,

Poems for April Poem a thon by jake aller
Poems by Jake Cosmos Aller For Poem a Thon 2017
 JOHN (“JAKE”) COSMOS ALLER is a 
 
April 1 Berkeley California

Growing up in the 60’s
In...

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Categories: writing, april, cat, desire, father

Premium MemberPoetry reading by Agnes Krampe
I listen to the young men
in their black turtlenecks
who spit their consonants forcefully
in cryptic metaphors 
about the state of the world.
Their work makes me think.
I...

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Categories: poetry, poets, writing,

Muse - Pleiades M by John Michaels
Mutinous thoughts shunned, else
measured wellspring consumed.
        Melodious whispers
        motivate me beyond
...

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Categories: writing, inspiration, inspirational, introspection, muse,

Premium MemberUnshackle My Verse by Robert Lindley
Unshackle My Verse

When red-dust turns into solid hard stone
my words and I shall be content alone.
Grieve thee not for my long sad solitude
once I danced...

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Categories: writing, creation, feelings, imagination, inspiration,

Premium MemberLaconic by John Anderson
Leave your adornments out.
Admonish fluff to flee,
Carried away from sight. 
Anneal your true meaning,
Never more concealing
Intention, with detours
Confounding what you say.

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15 April 2017...

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My Heart Not To Bleed by Kurt Philip Behm
Gripping the meteor,
  both hands for dear life

Expelling, compelling,
  less heat and more light

Afraid to let go,
  knowing what it will mean

My...

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Unshackle my verse: The People V Poetry by PoetPrentice Dupins
Unshackle my verse: The People V. Poetry

The judge says, 
“Will the defendant please rise”
Intently, I stare into his eyes, 
was once the apple, but now...

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Categories: judgement, poetry, words, writing,