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Aerie Poems

Aerie Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of aerie poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for aerie.

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Amid the Sylvan Shade
******This poem had special appeal to me in that a friend had brought up that I had a talent for poetry and he encouraged me to write more. I was very proud of this piece, which was written at one...Read More
Categories: aerie, mythology, nature, peace,
Form: Classicism

Maiden of the moon
*****Anyone who knows my poetry knows how I often use Greek mythology in my works. This poem revolves around the idea of the moon longing to become 'into being' so as to be with Venus, whom is represented in Greek...Read More
Categories: aerie, moon, mythology, romance,
Form: Romanticism
A Softer Silk She came
 *****This poem inspired me to show or make sentient as possible a woman of special appeal, which provided an apt challenge of my poetic Powers. Such words as 'countenance opulent' 'L'Amour and debonair' and the rhyming structure creates the...Read More
Categories: aerie, beauty, romance, woman,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member Cowboy Church
A cowboy don't need no plushy pew or a rantin' preacher,
Pontificatin' from his pulpit aerie as his spiritual teacher!
He gits his religion from (to him) a more gratifyin' source,
Cherishin' God's Great Creation from the saddle of his horse!

He sits on...Read More
Categories: aerie, creation, faith, god,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Eagles Mate For Life
Eagles Mate For Life
Written: by Tom Wright

A pair of Bald Eagles at watch over aerie,
safe from predators except their own kind.
Any intrusion makes these birds wary,
but a simple fly by these two won’t mind.

They sit this moment guarding two eggs,
glaring...Read More
Categories: aerie, bird, nature,
Form: Lyric

Premium Member Along A Colorado Trail
I saddle my faithful horse, King, for another day on the trail.
My dog, Duke, is anxious to go, I can tell by the wag of his tail!
The soothing sound of creaking leather is music to me,
As we seek another day...Read More
Categories: aerie, animal, creation, mountains, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Where Doth The Internet Exist
Where Doth The Internet Exist?

The pro fun ditty of above
stated poetic side - title aligned
into an unexpected Eureka
(out of a vacuum) find
just when I felt slight (creative/

cerebral constipation) bind
of writer's block about
to take residence, entwined
(no doubt, sans right wing
of leftist...Read More
Categories: aerie, 11th grade, funny, growth, humanity, imagination, planet,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Big Fat Fairy

How is humor described in the dictionary
Am I considered a buffoon with a brain quite aerie
Do I have comedic talents
Or am I unhinged, unbalanced
Sure hope it doesn't turn out I'm a big fat fairy

...Read More
Categories: aerie, fantasy,
Form: Limerick
Stadacona: An Ode to Quebec City
An ode to Quebec City


On the green bank of a mighty stream - 
A lofty aerie - a fair city beam
With stately air a queen, she stands - 
A gem - over these most forest lands.
An old city (first in...Read More
Categories: aerie, adventure, city, courage, devotion, french, history, voyage,
Form: Ballade
Premium Member SUNRISE

Hello daybreak, good gracious sunrise!
the many harbingers of life
seamless at the hems like satin threads
weaving carpets of morn's carousel rides…

and fiery.

This journey embedded by walks
where dewdrops upon toes
tickle on the grandeur of new dreams--
a magical discovery enshrined
on souls bathed...Read More
Categories: aerie, good morning, sun,
Form: Free verse

Cardinal Directions
The horns have been heard, the saint's bring sacred words. The phoenix alive, the dove still flies. The crow still cries, the Eagle on high. All the chattering Aerie, Birds: "Not To Worry". The oracle of stone , the Navel,...Read More
Categories: aerie, allegory, analogy, angel, bible,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Big Fat Fairy

How is humour described in the dictionary
Am I considered a buffoon with a brain quite aerie
Do I have comedic talents
Or am I unhinged, unbalanced
Sure hope it doesn't turn out I'm a big fat fairy

...Read More
Categories: aerie, fairy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member RAPTOR

Forgive me…..
		as my silent shadow

						…….your city streets.

There is no malice
		      ……no evil
				…….no hidden desire
							….only hunger’s need

		in a swaying
				…..tree top

flapping wobbly wings
			   ……imitating instinctual
						     ...Read More
Categories: aerie, environment, irony,
Form: Free verse
The Luv'sic' Waste of D Henry Allwein, Part I snippet
(A Presentiment: two lost Wint souls alone converse,
so mind the grown gap——Longshoreman’s Fall hearse.)

"The last boat draws near, allow us depart."
All aboard, all aboard—!
"So Time has pierced now, as a bull's-eye dart."
All aboard, all aboard—!

I. On Nocturnal Sea

Ye are the...Read More
Categories: aerie, dark, death, father son, innocence, lost, nature,
Form: Dramatic monologue
Under the Killing Moon

I arrived tonight in 
With Stories to tell and 
things to become
You, you remained
In vigil 
Adrift in your aerie,
A bright laconic moon

I have come to drink 
And take from you  
Take the silence you offer
A Silent cup 
To...Read More
Categories: aerie, baptism, change, metaphor, moon, night,
Form: Free verse
An Elementary Love
The sin of excess use does breed revulsion,
And rampant hollowness turns love to lust,
And ignorance outshouts the learned's repulsion,
And violent vitriol begets disgust.
My stomach palates not these corp'ral dungs,
My heart's emotions clot and freeze unused,
My reason's aerie 'voids their plaguing...Read More
Categories: aerie, love,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Soaring Eagles
The majestic eagle preens itself as a brilliant new day is born,
Flexing its lithesome wings to prepare for its daily bourne.
The rising sun enhances it exquisite gilded plumage.
Gentle zephyrs will uphold its wings, its flight to assuage.

From atop a craggy...Read More
Categories: aerie, bird,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Beautiful Faerie -Modern American Sonnet
~Beautiful Faerie~
(Modern American Sonnet)

Beautiful Fairy! Beautiful Fairy!
Where are thee so very beautiful maid?
The day outside is turning so aerie
And all the light now it's nearing to fade

Beautiful Fairy! Beautiful Fairy!
With beautiful eyes the color of jade
And delicious lips the color...Read More
Categories: aerie, beautiful, beauty, fairy, fantasy,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member On Eagles Wings

     Paying no tribute to the craggy outcroppings
     of its lofty aerie,
     this sentinel of freedom takes its leave.
    ...Read More
Categories: aerie, beauty, freedom, imagery, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Georg Cantor Chasing infinity I must
Georg Cantor. Chasing infinity. I must!

He was a very lonely man
Tortured by desire to understand
The world and the God’s mind 
Like a fearless seasoned sailor 
He embarked an elegant boat 
Of extreme mental endeavor 
With powerful white sails spread wide...Read More
Categories: aerie, anxiety, death, dedication, deep, depression, philosophy, sad,
Form: Ballad
New Year

Breaking of a new dawn we all await                                ...Read More
Categories: aerie, new year,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member SCREECH, COO, OR GOBBLE - for contest
Screech, Coo, or Gobble –for contest

The Dove!!
What would we do
in the darkness of icy winter
sit cold and hungry
listen to its inane cooing?

The Eagle!!
The lofty hermit…
soaring above - alone
screeching at the wind
unapproachable aerie dweller.

The Turkey!!
Ah, the delectable turkey
fat thighs of hefty...Read More
Categories: aerie, humor,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Funny Kid's Chihuahua Limerick
There once was a Chihuahua named Hairy
Wispy as air, white his hair, and scary
Like a ghost he'd appear
Quiet, soft as cashmere
Sometimes it seems he's dropped from the aerie 

aerie( aer-y or ey-rie) 1.  a lofty nest of any bird...2....Read More
Categories: aerie, funny, pets,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Beautiful Faerie
~Beautiful Faerie~ 

Beautiful Faerie,Beautiful Faerie 
Where are thee beautiful maid 
The day outside is turning so aerie 
And the light it's nearing to fade. 

Beautiful Faerie, Beautiful Faerie 
With eyes the color of jade 
And lips the color of...Read More
Categories: aerie, fairy,
Form: Rhyme
What It Would Take
To lift you and fly you away

Five million houseflies: To help you take flight
Four hundred thirty seven thousand Honeybees: That hopefully wouldn’t sting
Sixty five thousand Butterflies: Straining with all their might
Eleven thousand Hummingbirds: In a blur of frantic wings

Four hundred...Read More
Categories: aerie, nature,
Form: Imagism