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Anatolia Poems - Poems about Anatolia

Anatolia Poems - Examples of all types of poems about anatolia to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for anatolia.

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Premium Member Silence of the Waves
...ultivar group of plum trees of the genus Prunus. It is believed that the plum was cultivated from a wild fruit grown in Anatolia. Poseidon, in ancient Greek religion, god of the sea (and of water generally), earthquakes, and horses. A......Read More
Categories: anatolia, assonance, destiny, dream, fate,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Overarching Genocide
...the door opened wide the Ark is said to have balanced on the Mountain of Ararat or maybe Mount Judi in South Eastern Anatolia close to nowadays’ Sirnak a gruelling hot spot of guns and grenades tanks and fanatical killing with flash f......Read More
Categories: anatolia, betrayal,
Form: Free verse
Forge of Gods
...y But remember today Is based on yesterday And new ideas constantly come to light And take flight The artisan in Anatolia is forging a sword But this kind of sword Is new to the world It is a Damascus type sword Later in Rome d......Read More
Categories: anatolia, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
... Let me be an old man in Anatolia Resting on a white plastic chair, Saintly in a white starched shirt Drinking tea from a glass that has Curv......Read More
Categories: anatolia, age,
Form: Free verse
Fields of Anatolia
...Anatolia is a cauldron of cultures from distant past Many of them millenniums would last As Gobekli Tepe its shadow will......Read More
Categories: anatolia, fantasy,
Form: Rhyme

Istanbul In My Dreams
..... White fish swim in your living past Seagulls float in your memories Obliterated friendships stay awake till dawn Anatolia rises from your horizons Istanbul... by Uzeyir Lokman CAYCI Traduit par Yakup YURT en français French free......Read More
Categories: anatolia, inspirational, love, music, nostalgia,
Form: Haiku