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Best Aeolus Poems

Below are the all-time best Aeolus poems written by Poets on PoetrySoup. These top poems in list format are the best examples of aeolus poems written by PoetrySoup members


Cycle
Dearest young leaf,
Why so melancholy?
Thy emerald sheath has not borne Time's folly.

Think not of Autumn's deathly brilliance,
Of colors rich and flaky grounds,
For Thou wilt weep...

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Categories: aeolus, faith, inspirational, life, nature,
Form: I do not know?



Premium Member Gods of Winds

Notus comes creeping furtively from the south
hot and bothered from the blazing summer sun.
The wind of change...concealed it launches sudden storms
as clouds pile up across...

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Categories: aeolus, wind,
Form: Verse
Revelation
Nyx opened black arms
threading her twilight fingers 
and cradled my awe 
to turn my hair, white  
she filled my eyes with stars
firing a comet...

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Categories: aeolus, imagination, lifesong, longing, song,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member LOSS
Dark clouds drift slowly across the leaden sky.
The air is stagnant, still, heavy with promise of the tempest to come. 
Standing, abandoned, forlorn, on the...

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Categories: aeolus, best friend, death, loss,
Form: Narrative
The Odyssey Redux Part I - From Trozan Shores To Aeolian Isle
Now gather around, ye lusty lads, a tale I'll tell to thee
Of jealous Gods, monsters and ill-fated men who sailed the sea.
My tale is set...

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Categories: aeolus, adventure, fantasy, myth, mythology,
Form: Epic



Count the Wolves and We'll Sleep Tonight
I live in a house where
all the doors are closed
they hide away the secrets
that can’t ever be told.
I live behind these doors
hidden away, no one...

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Categories: aeolus, angst, family, imagination, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
The Odyssey Pantoumimed - i
Priam's pride to history's dust consigned
Our Gift of Horse had done it's deed
With spoils of war, exulting, we unfurled our sail
Twelve ships set hopes to...

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Categories: aeolus,
Form: Pantoum
Gods of Winds
Aeolus God and Ruler of the Wind
Summoned Aura and surveying her grinned

Then proceeded to whisper in her ear
Brought shocked expression, a falling tear

"Please do not...

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Categories: aeolus, fantasy, wind,
Form: Rhyme
Brutus Iulius Trois page 07
Brutust Iulius Trois Page 07
Brutus called his captains into conference
we are done with creeping along the shorelines 
prepare now to sail out across the Aegean
the...

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Categories: aeolus, history,
Form: Epic
Acrobatic Essence of Zephyr
Swift
winds drift
parading
hopes cascading
lift

Zephyr's delight
caressing branches in the breeze
Zephyr's delight
Spirals of light
flickering shadows from the trees
Currents of erotic winds tease
Zephyr's delight

Spires
from mires
of gray sway
and receive thrills
as...

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Categories: aeolus, nature, sweet, sweet,
Form: Cinquain
Winds Of Earth
Invisible power
mighty strength,
force of Nature
fearing of no earthly being.

Whipping, ripping, howling -
those inhuman sounds;
gentleness, soothing -
like holding a newborn.

Civilizations have honored you -
Aeolus, Zephyrus, 
Aquilo,...

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© George Aul  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aeolus, nature
Form: Free verse
Splendor in the grass
Come; lie with me in the grass
Of summer and feel the cool green
Blades give ground to our presence here.
Smell the white clover my dearest?
Its odoriferous...

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Categories: aeolus, love, nature, passionsummer, summer,
Form: Free verse
A Day with the Gods -- Part 2 of 2
I left thanking Poseidon,
Heading towards Mount Olympus,
Approaching more than any mortal,
Just to see it would whim us.
I met Aphrodite,
In all her perfection,
And begged of this...

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Categories: aeolus, inspirational, love, romance, me,
Form: Epic
Winter Fog
amorphous creeping, flowing fog
a living wispy presence
directed by Aeolus whim
searching for substance and form 
to grasp and entomb
finds unresisting, sleeping shapes

in gray shadowed forest trees...

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© Ed Leonard  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: aeolus, nature
Form: Free verse
The Wanderer
Many moons have fallen 
Since the captain set sail.
This relentless wanderer,
Who searches the world
To uncover a timeless tale.
Rove though he must,
Persevere through time,
Across a perilous...

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Categories: aeolus, adventure, allegory, confusion, faith,
Form: Free verse
COLD
The wind blows cold
And icy shivers
Down my spine
Benumbs me
To a static
Frozen mass of pain
Beneath my boots
The white crystals
Crunch like glass
And suck my heat
Downward from my...

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Categories: aeolus, allegory, nature
Form: Free verse