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Apertures Poems - Poems about Apertures

Apertures Poems - Examples of all types of poems about apertures 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 apertures.
Premium Member the poet is the ship's Captain
... the poet is the ship's Captain the story is about the sea sailed upon a tale beneath in the cargo hold at times the most tranquil of waters filled with benign waves become walks along Elysian ......Read More
Categories: apertures, analogy, appreciation, celebration, extended
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Being your Eyes for Swell
...Being Your Eyes for Swell 2007 Swell: Currumbin Sculpture Festival For Fred Picture us arm in arm, strolling, the crunch of sand underfoot, the scent of sea air, the touch of sea wind on our......Read More
Categories: apertures, appreciation, art, beauty, care,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Mystery of Empty Space
...The vacuum of space is quite real: it's not nothing! And Science found proof that there's no ether either (still air that 'life' moves through at walk and won't notice.) For Physics, a problem was......Read More
Categories: apertures, humor, political, science,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member back to front and beyond
...the bottom lines scripted peripheries in a mirror a headline toppled and reversed time and place left became right and wrong pretended its centre denuded illusions spoke ......Read More
Categories: apertures, books,
Form: Free verse
Between Westchester and Monroe
...They told me the Gospel spoke about Him. I've searched Dan to Beersheba but could not find the women he festered. They asked why I can't see what they see, I told them my head is too unreasonab......Read More
Categories: apertures, confusion, freedom, truth,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Apertures of agony
... Was professor of astronomy, ah those heady days Studied fields in cosmology, including solar rays Observed galaxies all my life, seeking exotic events Ironically happens now, as my ......Read More
Categories: apertures, allusion, death, irony, uplifting,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member UNQUOTABLE QUOTES: LV - Mind unwinding tweezers
...UNQUOTABLE QUOTES : LV - Mind unwinding tweezers If you let « bygones be bygones » , there’ll be no FUTURE left, and since we can’t always live in the EVER PRESENT (yet that’s what we all do), ......Read More
Categories: apertures, humor, satire, wind, word
Form: Dramatic Monologue
The only northern northern star
...As winter hazes of January spraying While I was meditating on how To write this riveting poem which Seemed to be for someone who I never cast in my sight. Despite her name is not an odd in me B......Read More
Categories: apertures, africa,
Form: Ode
Premium Member Imagining Arcadia
...Where is this peaceful utopia of infinite wonder I've heard much about? I've followed the call of echoes, and I've searched far and long into the wilderness I've lo......Read More
Categories: apertures, beauty, longing, mythology, peace,
Form: Epyllion
The Language of the Marshutka
...The Marshutka travels down the jarring road, and just as in life, we are unsure of the hurdles we will encounter along our winding journey. The torn and chalky seat carries each of you,......Read More
Categories: apertures, friend, spiritual, symbolism, together,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Magical Epiphany of an Old Rusted Can
...The Magical Epiphany of an Old Rusted Can whilst out hiking one day in a countryside area that was quite desolate and remote from any nearby city, I discovered, amazingly, an Old Rusted Can tha......Read More
Categories: apertures, allegory, god, imagery, inspiration,
Form: Imagism
Virgins Talk
...Girls and boys grow up proportionately With needs specific to their given gender They become women and men so they say They say celibacy is dead, is nonexistent Technology becomes a vice for them......Read More
Categories: apertures, addiction, adventure, appreciation, games,
Form: Free verse
Ancient Aliens
... The craft came in a blaze of light, people all knelt in awe, slaves and Pharaoh gazed at the sight no-one had seen before. Two beings appeared, surveyed the scene and down the ramp they trod......Read More
Categories: apertures, god,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member To those about to leave
...As wisdom falls through apertures of the sky forever evanescent in nature passing us by We are told too frequently to know our place or there'll be consequences that we'll face St......Read More
Categories: apertures, analogy,
Form: Couplet
Squandered Poesy
...Squandered inky poetic renderings blood ensued parchment's apertures led astray in convoluted evolution 'tween muses fiery premonitions and starlit descending skies' envy ......Read More
Categories: apertures, allegory, allusion, analogy, muse,
Form: Light Verse

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