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Top 100 Poems About: ODE

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  • 1.
    Ode To Cheese

    ☺ .
    Ode To Cheese,
    Which Makes Us Smile,
    When Camera's go Clack. read more »

    Life Poem
  • 2.
    Ode to Life and Death

    To breathe
    To laugh
    To tear
    To cry read more »

    Cynthia Onukwugha
  • 3.
    Ode To happiness

    an ode to happiness

    happiness is one of the many emotions
    maybe the greatest off all read more »

    Naomi Burdett
  • 4.
    Ode To The Forgotten

    Ode to the people who were forgotten
    They were once loved and cared for

    Ode to their lives read more »

  • 5.
    An Ode to Christmas

    When you see lovely lights
    Of greens, reds, and whites
    You know it is Christmas Time read more »

    Bronti Phillips
  • 6.
    An Ode to Halloween

    I am new to writing poems and I hope I can learn from all of you.
    By the way, I learned how to write this kind of poem because of
    An Ode to Christmas. Thank you very much!
    An Ode to Halloween read more »

    Andy Jin
  • 7.
    ODE TO A PiCtUrE

    ODE To A PiCtUrE

    Flash- read more »

    Yvette Marina Nario
  • 8.
    My Heart Is Yours

    i love you like the moon loves the
    sun they know they can never be but
    love so strong beyond all odes
    they fined a way, i will read more »

    Anthony Nunez
  • 9.
    Ode To Father And Mother

    Ode to two who are valuable to me
    But even so priceless is their Devotion

    Ode to father Trendy and Smart read more »

    Nosherwan khan
  • 10.
    Ode to S'mores

    An ode to s’mores
    I love them more
    Every single day read more »

    Luke Bushen
  • 11.
    Ode To A Robert Frost Poem

    I thought I took the road less taken.
    But I guess I was mistaken.
    When the two paths diverged in the woods; I pondered at which path I must take.
    I took the path to my left in the woods; Was it the right path to take? read more »

    Nichole Kaci McKnight
  • 12.
    Howl Allen Ginsberg

    Howl Allen Ginsberg with Nebuchadnezzar’s
    Prideful Madness-Lycanthropic
    For this generation’s minds lie bleeding and ravished
    in the streets of the libertine-philosophic read more »

    Daniel Partlow
  • 13.
    To You...

    Ode those that would place their family, before their
    own ambitions.

    Ode, to the soul of our nation. Women. For if it is men, read more »

    Waldon Pond Productions
  • 14.
    Ode to the Fallen Soldier

    Ode to the Fallen soldier,
    For he has made the ultimate
    Sacrifice for his world. read more »

    David A Harris
  • 15.
    An Ode To The People

    An Ode to the people who were forgotten
    who were once loved and cared for

    An Ode to those people
    who seem like they can't get it right read more »

    Allison Banks
  • 16.
    a ode poem to you

    My mother gave me an ode poem, oh how I love that poem
    The scene of her perfume on it, the picture of me in her arms
    This letter I keep with me all the time, I love it so much I sleep with it under my pillow
    To her nice hand writing, to the black ink she wrote in, she wrote until her ink went low read more »

    twilight simmons
  • 17.
    Ask Me Tomorrow

    i wanted to write you a poem
    ode to the best time of my life
    i forgot the words, my thousand descriptions of you read more »

    barbara williams
  • 18.
    Ode To A Cheeseburger

    Ode to a cheeseburger what a wonderful thing
    With pickles, onions tomatoes and cheese
    I’m easy to please
    With its buns and seeds it has no needs read more »

    Matt Karger
  • 19.
    Ode to Love

    Ode to love
    for it is what keeps us going.

    Ode to the people that love you. read more »

    Tyler Yarnelli
  • 20.
    Ode To Flowers

    To the things that make us smile
    The tears of joy they make a mother shed
    An ode to the flowers who make us sniffle but mesmerize us at the same time.
    Ode to the flowers read more »

    cristina briseno
  • 21.

    Ode to the stars
    For making me think
    Wonder and wishing
    I can fly read more »

    Natalie Zavala
  • 22.
    Ode To My Father

    Ode to My Father

    A simple sorry is O.K. read more »

    Abdul Malik Habibalah Wajid Hunter
  • 23.
    Ode to a Blank Page

    Ode to a blank page
    It’s blue seemingly thin lines flying across the page
    Each producing a small space to place your thoughts on read more »

    rachele ...duhh
  • 24.
    Couple Sharing a Peach

    It's not the first time
    we've bitten into a peach.
    But now at the same time
    it splits--half for each. read more »

    Molly Peacock
  • 25.
    Ode To Brother

    Here is an ode just for you
    our little man with eyes of blue
    You make our home so lively and gay
    with all those strange things you love to say read more »

    Caitlin Wagner
  • 26.
    If Only

    If, by chance, I wrote an ode
    That made good people smile
    I'd change my metre, change my rhyme,
    Completely change my style. read more »

    Mike Morris
  • 27.
    Ode To Life

    Ode to life,
    you give tand take,
    but we always recieve,
    whatever gift is to come. read more »

    Jake Ayers
  • 28.

    Ode to their lives
    Everyday they hurt
    While in desperation for love
    and generosity. read more »

    courtney vineyard
  • 29.
    Ode to the American Soldiers

    Ode to the American Soldiers
    for fighting for our Freedom
    for making this day real
    Ode to the American soldiers read more »

    ashton karen
  • 30.
    Ode to Pencils

    Pencil o pencil
    What would i use to trace the stencil
    Possibly crayon, marker, or a pen
    Unfortunately they are back in the den read more »

    kristi miller
  • 31.
    Ode To the World

    Ode to the world,
    For giving us life.
    For your many beauties,
    That tell not one lie. read more »

    Erik Robles
  • 32.
    Ode To The Heart

    Ode to the heart that continues to feel
    Through the many years of heart-ache
    The lingering hurt
    The many lies read more »

    Savanah Cox
  • 33.
    Ode to Chickens

    An Ode to Chickens

    Oh chicken, oh chicken, read more »

    Trevor Cummins
  • 34.

    Ode to me haters,
    every talk you make,
    every breath you take,
    even when you break, read more »

    kali marie
  • 35.
    kidnap poem

    ever been kidnapped
    by a poet
    i'd kidnap you
    put you in my phrases and meter read more »

    Gabriella Maben
  • 36.
    Ode To My Parents

    Ode to My Parents

    As tears invaded my eyes. read more »

    Shanika marini Paul
  • 37.
    Ode to a Firefly

    fly so high
    just to know
    you're alright read more »

    Dov Doviak
  • 38.
    While teaching

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    Diptesh Augustine Sarkar
  • 39.
    A Spiders Web

    Ode to marshmallow
    so sticky and sweet
    Its beauty quite hidden
    For normal eyes to see read more »

    Violet Montario
  • 40.
    ode to Clothes

    Ode to Clothes
    My soft, fluffy shirt,
    My Aunt got me for doing what I do best,
    Helping, read more »

    Michelle Tricarico
  • 41.

    Kind and adorable
    So much affection.
    She loveable
    Time dares no tension read more »

    Jubril Balogun
  • 42.
    Lunar Sequence

    i wait
    feel time slip read more »

    Jaymee LeSaint
  • 43.

    There was a time when, though my path was rough,

    This joy within me dallied with distress, read more »

  • 44.
    Words That Move

    Amazing are the words that move
    Us like the sailing seeds of a poppy or
    A freight train falling from the sky
    A thousand pictures paint the words that read more »

    Mario Valdes
  • 45.
    Forgiven, but not Forgotten

    Sins are made to be forgiven but not forgotten
    can be done by words or action
    can be seen in citizens or normal children
    In any status of life or position. read more »

    Michael Angelo Legaspi
  • 46.
    Ode to the Weed

    ode to the weed

    laminated death seen through a weed-haze
    a joint committee puffing wisdom read more »

    Derrick Hubert Schnabel
  • 47.
    An Ode to My Love

    “An Ode to MyLove”

    When I first met you read more »

    Malik Davis
  • 48.
    Ode to Mother's Day

    Ode to Mom, it's your special day.
    The time to reflect on the past, and look to the future ahead.
    You are 'special' in every sense of the word.
    You have always been there for us, in our time of need but, now is the time for us to be there for you. read more »

    Harlan Milleret
  • 49.

    Swans, loons, tunes, and pantaloons. Acorns, dice, and tennis balls. Haystacks by the North Sea in late summer.
    Goblets, ghosts, elves, and queen bees. Dumfries, Stranraer, Belfast, and Brigadoon. A ferry that sank beneath the Irish Sea.
    Odes, wolves, and jelly beans. Killroy, whales, and submarines. The dragon devours the year. read more »

  • 50.
    The Poet

    He sits, he thinks, he writes
    His flows go by and by
    From odd odes he rallies by
    And loves the ritual in his rites read more »

    Kenneth Umunna
  • 51.

    First of two Odes, 'Far-in', follows. read more »

    Thomas. Albert. Rees
  • 52.
    Freedom Song

    Ode to the american school,

    bending branches to fit their mold, read more »

    Monos Unalos
  • 53.
    Ode To The Crow

    Ode to the crow
    that finds its way
    to fly straight home
    on this most terrible day. read more »

    Cameron Daniel Brooks
  • 54.
    Ode To My Penny

    Ode to my penny
    That shiny little thing
    Not much of value
    Oh, but wait, stop and think read more »

    Jordyn Averitte
  • 55.
    He's Here

    He's here,
    Like that day,
    Drizzled rained hailed,
    All in one spray. read more »

    Attia Taylor
  • 56.
    Det Står En Stuga Någonstans i Skogen

    Det står en stuga någonstans i skogen
    Vem fan valde att bo där?
    Dagarna fördrivs genom att vänta på besök
    Och tala med träd read more »

    Skurtfan Kebnekaizer vocalist
  • 57.
    Hear the Cry of the Violin

    A sobbing of
    the bow-stroked stings.
    Thicken the air
    and choke with grief. read more »

    I'd Like to be Anonymous
  • 58.
    Twilight Princess

    Mute strains of light are fleeing.
    Dream's kingdom's darkness flight.
    The earth, the Heavens are kissing;
    Lo, blooms the Omen Rose of Night. read more »

    Bianca Diana
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