Song Alexandrine Poems
These Song Alexandrine poems are examples of Alexandrine poems about Song. These are the best examples of Alexandrine Song poems written by international poets.
character, christian, devotion, faith,
May God’s victory shine in our holy pursuits
Thru our decency more than what our clothes require…
Righteous as heavenly citizens in our deeds
Modeling faithfulness of gracious...
confidence, desire, inspirational love,
SOMEWHERE BETWEEN THE DAILOG
AND THE FIRST WORD IN THE SONG
THE MUSIC CHANGES TO A GROOVEY
IT'S BASSY GRUNT, SOUNDS LIKE
DOING A CLEAN VERSION...
adventure, allegory, angel, anniversary,
yet terrible brain
One more way,
for me in the daze,
then the song with the wait,
then the bong and your faith
Yes it's gone,
The Songs of Nature
To hear the songs of nature,
so pleasant to my soul.
I want to learn them all.
Even as a child at home,
I heard them in the...
There is a day I am waithing for,
The day I will wake up and never think of you;
Or even mention you in my prayers,
baby, birth, child, fathers
We haven't met yet, Well not per-say,
First think I want to say,
Know that with my heart I love you,
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...
feelings, i love you,
Like a song I wait to be sang, to be cherished,
To be loved for who I am, not what I look like
or what people...
Can We Write a Poem
africa, age, art,
Can we write a poem of love?
Can we write a poem that we can't tell its story?
Can we become the fire of the pastors?
desire, devotion, love, mythology,
Decades of mystic dreamers have worn the path
trod across the leys, coupling pairs within Stonehenge.
Beneath the Wiltshire skies cornflower blue; they lust,
lotus-eaters, loose-limbed, seeking a...
Rugby Grass Roots
friendship, games, sports, spring,
The grandstand is gelid by a sharp wintry breeze
Carried off from the field are the last of dead leaves
The shrill of the whistle, muffled calls...