Light Alexandrine Poems
These Light Alexandrine poems are examples of Alexandrine poems about Light. These are the best examples of Alexandrine Light poems written by international poets.
GOD HELPS ME
appreciation, blessing, christian, devotion,
God helps* me greatly, assuring me victory
His hands mold my personality me with grace
He arms my faith steadfastly by His Scriptures’ truth…
Without Him, I can’t...
MOON LIGHT MEDITATION
appreciation, christian, devotion, faith,
With the moon’s beaming light, God’s beauty I behold
As He invites me to delight by faith in Him
Assuring me of His everlasting presence
Midst wondrous providence...
Can you hear me across the distance?
I am whispering to this paper,
I do not want them to hear
What I am saying to you,
They will hear...
When one eye is injured
Be certain the other is hurt,
The connection is certain
In flickers of light transferred:
Seven days now,
My eye is dreading the sun,
The Crimson Voyage
Dwellin' in the blindfolds of my passion
I rely on his rose to gain vision
And sail me away into the storm
With which life comes, in many...
You created my mind, body and soul;
Gave them perfect proportion and order;
You taught me speech and intelligence;
In my forties, I remain a foetus
Speed of Light
A robot can't describe.
Take us this love
Beyond the bounderies of
Where human love can go,
Beyond the boundaries.
When I am with you
Rain and A Rainbow
I looked from my window into a open space ...
A Cogent Shot
absence, addiction, betrayal, cute
The night was too tide
When I sticked with my last
So embraced with the maid
In the middle of the light
She is certain superb of the maids
THE OCEAN AS BLUE AS MY HEART
i was alone inside my skin
until I met you, then again
You always were with me
We walked across the light
tripping along the stones
called life that we...
angel, beautiful, beauty, blessing,
Beautiful angel a soul's destination flies
High above on gossamer wings delicately
Circling between heaven and earth as soul keepers
Eclipsing the light seraph twitches softly gaze
The Reason Why
Plagued by the weight of pain and doubt
I rejoice to hear the world screaming out
Every victim a note in my grand opus
angel, death, death of
Death wraps around her
Like a tarnished ring on a finger
She takes one last breath
In which alcohol lingers
The pills went down
Too soon after