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Cinquain Water Poems | Cinquain Poems About Water

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'Water'

Water gushed over parched land fractures are slowly filled left by drought terrain humidified by cold water pouring down replacing warmth everything ice-covered Water set in ice form fluffy and breathtaking an impish sting to its beauty arctic my clothes are drenched twirl around with outstretched arms tears are forgotten By: Wilma Neels Contest Name: Nature, Four In One
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Rivers Flow

                          Slowly
                    Running water
           Gently washing each stone
         Flowing on down the river bed
                          Blindly

                       Searching
      Not knowing when this river ends
         Whether it’s straight or bends
                    It will just flow
                        In peace

Written by Brenda Meier-Hans
09.20.2014


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Cloudy

Cloudy
The rain is here
The cold water feels good
It brings everything back to life
It’s nice


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Greedy Pine, Thirsty Blossoms

(a Four-verse Cinquain)

Parched
red roses
bow their heads
in pain filled surrender,
finished.

Faded
holly hocks
give up hope,
too sad to care,
colorless.

Wilted 
sweet peas
loose their talons,
shrivel, curl in sorrow,
die.

Healthy 
white pine
sucks up moisture
and grants no mercy,
thrives.


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Water

Blue hue 
Where life begins 
Wonderful, reflective 
Is, hydrogen oxygen  
Sparkling