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Top 100 Poems About: WARNING

In this page, poems on / about “warning” are listed.
  • 1.
    The Traveler

    Lonely is The Traveler, who travels all alone
    Lonely is the Traveler, who is without a home
    Lonely is the Traveler, who has no one to care
    Lonely is the Traveler, who has no one to share read more »

    Abdul-Ali Muhammad
  • 2.
    Warning Bells

    Warning Bells
    Reaching for that bottle, your hand on that throttle,
    getting ready to ride without a guide,
    down that road, that road to hell. read more »

    Lucille van OnselenZunckel
  • 3.
    The Stag (ballad)

    The Stag it ran through fields and woods
    Flitting here darting there
    Running fast from men with hoods
    Fast as a hare read more »

    Cheetah Girl
  • 4.
    The Clone

    I dreamed I met the clone of me—
    A younger version far—
    I thought to warn him of the way
    That he must travel day by day read more »

    Glenn Anderson
  • 5.

    1. Age
    I part my days:
    One half for daughters not able yet
    To count by hand read more »

    faleeha hassan
  • 6.
    The Wisdom of Old Age

    Old age is something nobody warns you about
    Even leaflets can’t tell you what to expect next read more »

    Chris Darlington
  • 7.
    A Murder of Crows

    Twas a murder of crows,
    That served my alarm,
    That early Tuesday morn-
    I got only snippets, read more »

    Hope McPeak
  • 8.
    Spring Time Rains

    Spring time rains come hard this season
    Fell out of love don’t pity me
    So I was sold, the woman’s treason
    Her vengeful scorn she’ll never let me be read more »

    Tommy Johnson
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