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Cinquain Nostalgia Poems | Cinquain Poems About Nostalgia

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Cinquain 9

five lines
to make a sketch
in words of tree and book,
of sunset hour and rest, of fire
and star

Copyright © Leo Larry Amadore | Year Posted 2013

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Bittersweet Memories



Nostalgia Endearing, wistful Recalling, longing, reflecting, Remembering a cherished time Beloved Grief Sorrowful, tragic Mourning, desiring, paining Torpid from heart’s despair Loss for Dr. Ram's Cinquain Poetry Contest, 12/13/14

Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders | Year Posted 2014

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Sunset

Sunset radio days we knew all summer's tunes but made our own rhythm after twilight

Copyright © Andrea Dietrich | Year Posted 2011

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Appreciation

Smash, Crash 
My brother has 
An eye for things.  Toy heads,
Balloons, Beauty doesn't last.
Until age sets in.

Copyright © Benjamin Alexander | Year Posted 2013

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SKETCHES FROM THE PAST


postcards tattered relics soft paragraphs wailing faint memoirs languishingly dampened... boneless
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Copyright © nette onclaud | Year Posted 2011

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There No Rest

There No Rest


I can't hear you
I can't see you
I must be losing my mind


Our sanity is losing it pace
Shall this trio fall into madness
Let us fall for we shall never break

Must we see day as or time to rest
Must we see night as or time to play
Where going feel every second painfully

I touch your head
I touch you lips
I touch you chin

I release you
I trap you
I watch you

Sleep
Awake
Meditation

I give you birth
I take your life
I give you peace
 

Let sleep
Let lay our heads
At least we know 

We are protected

Copyright © Marcedies Rhodes | Year Posted 2012

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Fireworks

Fireworks
Colorful Explosions
Erupting For All To View
Sparklers

Copyright © Marie Harrison | Year Posted 2010

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Snow

snow

coconut cushions

blanket the land

time stands still momentarily

silence

Copyright © Eiken Laan | Year Posted 2010

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Trinket

Trinket
Glass bells
Sweet tinkle plays
Wistful sparkle of joy
Teardrops.

Copyright © Varise Duxbury | Year Posted 2005

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THE GREATEST SACRIFICE

Chill breath
of Autumn sears
the poppy scarlet red 
visages of young men,long dead
appear.

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2007

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Curtains

Curtains
Openings and closings
Drawing eyes in when raised
Brings fancy color to the stage
Drapes

Copyright © Marie Harrison | Year Posted 2010

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Pink Gloam

pink gloam a reflection of sunsets long ago mirroring my longing of days gone by

Copyright © Rhonda Johnson-Saunders | Year Posted 2012

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Ghost Town

Inside 
the dead schoolhouse
an old pump-organ plays itself
at dusk.



Copyright © Taylor Graham | Year Posted 2005

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FORTIES PLAYTIME

Hopscotch
with whip and top
or marbles and five stones-
pastimes lost now in memory's
chasm.

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2007

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Sagebrush

Sagebrush
Windy redoubt
Green sentinels shielding
Enfilading rays pound ramparts
Stagecoach

Copyright © Stephen Parker | Year Posted 2011

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Photos

Photos
Frozen moments
Trapped special seasons
Painful to see, precious to me
Timeless

Copyright © Marie Harrison | Year Posted 2010

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TWILIGHT YEARS

Childhood-
remembered,seen
as yesterday pictures
without perspective,through a lens
close-up.

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2007

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REMEMBERED SCENES

Long days
six 'til seven
of sunfilled bygone days,
evocative evermore to treasure,
yet so
outre,
larger than life,
peculiar,precious-
a nostalgic ghost to haunt
old age.

Copyright © Brian Strand | Year Posted 2007