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Anchors Poems - Poems about Anchors

Anchors Poems - Examples of all types of poems about anchors 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 anchors.
Premium Member Our Daily Bread
...Our Daily Bread Flour, yeast,and milk,a bit of butter too, and giving it a little time to rise, into a loaf, it grew.. From this mass of sticky flour will come warm, pillow soft bread. ......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, culture, dream, flying, gender,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member By Little Steps
...By Little Steps By little steps The world engulphs us, Day by day Dawn to dusk As our better Angels follow With silent tread unseen Their firey wheels All full of eyes See all we would conce......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, faith, introspection, mystery, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Strummaz Motiff
...The green leafed tree in the harbor. There the freights are advanced. Sailors with quality tools, while diners feast and play chess. The edge Of the merchants dine hall has a Blindspot where tu......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, boat, celebration, celebrity, dance,
Form: Ballad
Paying Attention
...Attentiveness is the currency of life & to flow it needs your permission It can't flow without you within its wave so, you must control your attention Our observation is a key to the doors of the......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, introspection, perspective, philosophy, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Humanity Is No More
...Atomic bombs are dropped on babies Humanity is thrown out of the door Humanity is dead. Humanity is no more There are too many aggressive and demoniac atrocities Wars are heartless, bestial, peri......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, bullying, discrimination, fate, horror,
Form: Rhyme



Premium Member A Stoic's Chlorophyll Corona
...Sonnet I In realms of emerald hush, where sunlight strains Through veils of green, a silent throng takes root, A clovered congregation on the plains, Their stoic forms a timeless, lushfu......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, feelings, nature, philosophy, psychological,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
We are the people of a new era, with patchwork hearts and longings in craters
...We are the people of a new era, with patchwork hearts and longings in craters, The generation of bold dreams sketched on shards of fallen stars. Let us not forget, let us breathe in: the source of ......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
His name on my lips
...In the silence of the night, he's all I hear, His presence, a soothing song, calming every fear. Deep within my soul, his love finds its place, In his arms, I'm whole, wrapped in his embrace. W......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, feelings, longing, love,
Form: Free verse
Soon the Day will Take Me
... Where mind sews cobwebs, I take out a dissolving spyglass. The space between this self looks back seeing nothing. That which holds, rolls over mind-clouds, finding no anchors. Th......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Serene Meadow
... April 07, 2024 ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Through the serene meadow, we tread, With mindful motions and hearts full of dread, It's daybreak; everything is quiet ......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, friend, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Anne Girvan's Decree
...At the heart of Marescaux Road’s maroon and gold, Lived a timid girl whose pitted dreams longed to unfold. An inner-city teen with a spirit that gleamed, But in the shadows of self-doubt, her pote......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, 10th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Ode
Premium Member An Elegy for a Fallen Bridge: Baltimore’s Night of Tragedy
...As night draped its cloak over Baltimore's sleeping form, A cargo ship, the MV Dali, sailed to greet the dawn. From the bustling harbor shores it had slipped away, Bearing goods for far-off lands,......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, death, horror,
Form: Elegy
How hard? That's so hard
...Blood is liquid Blood clots are solid, but they are lumpy How hard can it be to make it that hard? Even stones can be eroded by water droplets even steel can be melted by sparks even concrete ......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, allusion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Bilocation
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Categories: anchors, imagination, love, true love,
Form: Rhyme
When death had nestled, a lady overwhelmed by sleep
...When death had nestled, a lady overwhelmed by sleep, Between the chasms of my being, like a butterfly in a cocoon, I embraced her to my chest that whispered seraphic tales, And I heard the r......Read the rest...
Categories: anchors, fantasy,
Form: Free verse

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