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Tanka Woman Poems | Tanka Poems About Woman

These Tanka Woman poems are examples of Tanka poems about Woman. These are the best examples of Tanka Woman poems written by international PoetrySoup poets

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Translucent Waves

On golden sands she, Naked to bare without care Translucent waves form Slowly they engage her skin Arched back, pert breasts rise and sigh .

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When Ones Heart Flutters

her infectious smile attracts, like moths to a flame petite, tanned, dark locks ones heart flutters amidst thoughts her beauty, abounds, I'm caught .

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Awesome Nudity

Completely naked Except for her blue high heels Walks with lots of pride Her slender form is shown off By her awesome nudity
Russell Sivey

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What One Sense Cannot The Other Can

Outside looking in
the body the hope desire
cosmetic media,
the mind is the true beauty
heart, soul those one cannot see.

© Harry J Horsman 2013 

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Woman and her Vines

They grew all over In the sunlight they progressed The vines became her And she was one with the vines The sunshine brought life to them She held docile vines Growing like weeds onto her She was very free Green and nude she went along Becoming just like the vines She didn’t know much Where the vines came from that day They appeared at once After she fell asleep then In the warm light of the sun It seems that vines love The cute essence of the sun And the heat she has Then they grew on her, beaming Becomes that of her being Now she is attached Firmly planted on the ground With nutrients there Pumping juice through living Earth And the sunshine’s energy Now she loves the vines And she can still write poems She writes on nature Something she now knows about By sunshine is she able
Russell Sivey A repost under a different title. A unique vision!

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Summer Night

summer storm
her bra on the sofa
undressing. . .
faint scent
dark hair falling

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Susan Hill's Woman in Black

The woman in black:
Spirit haunting Eel Marsh house,
Detests the living,
Wasted, bitter, died of grief,
Terrifies the villagers.

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Odour De Scorned Woman

If you caught my glance
and bottled it for perfume
it would be called: "Cold
Bitter Lime and Lemon Rind
Absinth Alchohol Delight"...