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Voice Alexandrine Poems

These Voice Alexandrine poems are examples of Alexandrine poems about Voice. These are the best examples of Alexandrine Voice poems written by international poets.


MY GRATITUDE IS YOURS, LORD
My gratitude, Lord, is Yours for bestowing me
Revival’s best action with miracle-wonders
Molding, trying, proving and polishing my faith
Persistently by Your sanctification ways...
While I labour as...

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Categories: appreciation, christian, faith, god,



CONVENIENCE LOVER
Come on in tonight
Look straight in my eyes
Tell me how you feel
At the sight of me
Can you see I am hurting?
I am just not the...

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Categories: love,

WHISPERING
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...

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Categories: love,

MOMENT
I watched as you walked in with your flowing hair
I stopped what I was chewing and tried not to stare
Taking a seat on the other...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, body, care,

KISSABLE
I saw you in winter
And the moon winked
In appreciation of
The occurrence of love.

Your weak-sexy eyes opened leisurely
Shone through my heart and I saw forever.
You saw...

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Categories: kiss, love,

Good Thing
I was late for work, rushing.
“Can you help me cross please?”
I was late but I had heard his voice,
I turned back.
“let me help you” I...

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Categories: happy,

Premium Member an ALEXANDRINE BIO
Verse in metred word makes my inner voice heard
individual and distinct as dna..
to bring  a novel verse to the poetry scene

Inspired by Constance contest...

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Categories: poetry,

Premium Member Delights of Love
Delights of Love

Secrets of the garden are unexpressed delights,
lovers share in sweetness that’s near to paradise.

To see your love's visage, pleasing joy of the eyes,
the...

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Categories: age, life,

Can We Write a Poem
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?
Can...

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Categories: africa, age, art,

And She Wept Oh So Gently Upon My Shoulder
Bring me dawn, soft
like the first
breath of Spring.
Bring me dusk, brisk
like the Morning’s
fresh cry,
like the Ocean’s
spray caressing my
skin.
Bring me voice,
shaped into a
lullaby,
dampened with cars
and carts...

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Categories: allegory, assonance, imagery, love,