Top 100 Poems About: BALLAD
Top 100 Poems on / about
- carpe diem
1.The Gothic Ballad
I walk carelessly down the dark road
My heavy black boots constantly clicking
Clicking on the cold cement
My long black and velvet Trench coat read more »Ankoku Gekido
2.Be with me
This is a ballad for the good times
So put a battery in your leg
Put a rock beat over anything
Get it stuck there in your head read more »James Dickenson
The foreshadowing feeling in my ominous intellect initiates a multifarious Ballad.
The Ballad stands eagerly thru me.
The Ballad subsists within every solitary pore of my physique.
The Ballad streams via the stratum's of my temple. read more »Cody Patterson
4.Monster Named Me
I yearn to be free,
But there is something inside,
Something dreadful is holding me,
The beast and monster to me has cried, read more »Palious Thatcher
5.The Man Next Door
Fragments of song around me lie,
Fair ballads of delight,
Sweet things an editor would buy
And treasure at first sight; read more »Ernest O'Ferrall
*Irish archaic: eager to taste or enjoy
A wood most wild,
Deep, read more »edward serof
It is nothing else,
But mistakes that make us learn
a beautiful ballad of life, read more »Piyush Dey
I'm not a ballad!
I'm a haiku, stupid fool! read more »Selina Marie
9.ballad of the black slave
This is the ballad of the black slave,
Who has been beaten and disgraced,
Who has been called the n-word and negro,
Who has received no pay. read more »michael issac palmer
Write me a poem,
A short love ballad,
Whose words, though benign
Will somewhat revivify read more »Brian Kamara
Back of the building, we're with your friends
Back of the mind, smoke in the air then
Let's clear that up, even if we felt ends
Something with these withdrawal pills won't mend read more »Freddy Ibarra
12.COncerto (Mandolin in the Sea)
A fellow of mine once told me,
that the seas magnificent ballad,
was sung in a Minor D.
And oh, how the gales fluttered, read more »Sebastian Sandok
Let the notes that fall so sweetly
Charm you in the evening air,
Never was so sweet a ballad
Sung with passion, love, and care. read more »Cordelia Adams
14.The First Anniversary Sonnet
We stood and proclaimed 'I do' wedding wows
and the organ grinded
The Taco Bell Canon in D Major
and Chopin's Polonaise Mayonnaise in Egg Flat. read more »Bob Genevro
15.A Small Town
There is something charming about a small town
Where the living is good
And the greeting is pleasant.
A warm expression is on many faces, read more »Doris Niswonger
16.Ballad of the Broken Heart
Standing on one side of the bridge
You on the other
Burned at both ends
of the times we spent with one another read more »Carl Leiland
17.What Do You Want?
I want to live as a song does.
I want to flow and rock the peaks and valleys. read more »Randy Ashby
18.Thought and Memory (Huginn and Muninn)
O’er the waters of time
My attention is quickly drawn
As Thought soars the heavens with
Memory at its side read more »Christopher Thor Britt
19.Where's the Music?
Can you hear the music's roar?
Can you feel the music's beat?
Can you read any ole musical score?
Can you clap your hands and stomp your feet? read more »Alex M.ller
20.Old Man Time
The first shades appear noticed
Obvious as the sun and the moon
High above the grounds of the earth
Nature taking effect at its worst read more »Sakib Choudhury
The urchin's cry,
Irritating and unkind,
Over the ballads,
It was confusing, read more »Amartya Banerjee
22.My Winter Ballad- Saved by a Salad
Snow falling through my chimney, putting out my fire
Children throwing snowballs at my window, causing my ire.
To chase them away- I step outside
On the icy ground, my feet do slide. read more »Eybob Album