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Best Fleece Poems

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


Hot cider dreams


Fall glides in on the wings
of migrating monarchs,
stained glass visions seeking respite
from a tedious journey
signaling a change in our surroundings

Blushing, the complexion of November
slips from...

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Categories: fleece, autumn, beauty, love,
Form: Free verse



Premium Member My Addingham
(The memories are simple, living the feeling significant)

After conquering Beamsley Beacon due Southwest,
Rombald’s moor stood, while for centuries
within the valley the minute dwellings
of grey stone,...

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Categories: fleece, nostalgia,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member FALLING FROM THE HEIGHTS
FALLING FROM THE HEIGHTS

Who knew the road would fill with gravel’s pain?
My feet, sore bare, beneath the calloused peat.
The sun beat hard, no friend the...

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Categories: fleece, death,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Internal bonfire among bitter breaths
As a misty autumn succumbs to winters harsh chilling grasp.
The sky turns bleak and hues of shrouding grey.
The ominous days unfold shorter and colder.

The remnants...

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© Silent One  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fleece, analogy, hope, winter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Just An Old Poet, Holding On Until I Die
Just An Old Poet, Holding On Until I Die

I write verse, live in the moment and score the past
oft revealing naked truths that set some...

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Categories: fleece, art, creation, happiness, poetry,
Form: Sonnet



Premium Member Ba Ba Bad Shepherd Boy
Watery eyed thoughts came,
Zap! Pow!  a short circuited brain.
Inward turned burned ocular pain,
too many thoughts to restrain 
I’m a cheap sheep making my mistakes...

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Categories: fleece, angst, anxiety, betrayal, child
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member When Ravenous Wolf, Prowls At Our Home's Open Door
	
When Ravenous Wolf, Prowls At Our Home's Open Door

Of beauty, paintings,  flowers and smothering Art
Dares not the innocent truth- ever the race start
Or prisoner,...

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Categories: fleece, art, conflict, courage, dark,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member BRITTLE WOOL


In January’s chill, my woe is exposed 
Like a mesh of rough woolen lint
Hanging on thick icicles when hours pale ;
As brittle fleece of dreariness
Grips...

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Categories: fleece, clothes, longing, winter,
Form: Verse
Premium Member For This Is The Story, An Old Poet Sought Not To Miss
For This Is The Story, An Old Poet Sought Not To Miss
 (Part One)

I've ate Eden's last apple, coveted Jason's* golden fleece
chained myself in caverns...

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Categories: fleece, creation, fantasy, hyperbole, mythology,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member splash
breath blushes blue between us ...

     you ask the question ... THAT question
        ...

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Categories: fleece, metaphor, night, romance, sensual,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Tender Blossoms

March comes wrapped in a fleece of snow
on which Dawn cast a gentle glow.
And a robin’s chirp says hello
promising Winter will soon go
as tepid showers...

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Categories: fleece, 10th grade, beautiful, change,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Spring Whimsy
Spring Whimsy

winter packs his trunk
 full of icy fleece and flakes ~
  going south for spring

spring unpacks her bags 
 rolls out green hills...

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Categories: fleece, spring,
Form: Haiku
Internal bonfire among bitter breaths
As a misty autumn succumbs to winters harsh chilling grasp.
The sky turns bleak and hues of shrouding grey.
The ominous days unfold shorter and colder.

The remnants...

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© Peter Dome  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: fleece, autumn, winter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Circe Effect - Part 1
"The Circe Effect" (Part 1)


Circe, Goddess of magic, nymph, witch, bold enchantress
daughter of Helios, Sun God, her father, can you imagine? ... 
let me paint...

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Categories: fleece, adventure, betrayal, mythology, symbolism,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Winter Days
Gone, now just a memory the warmth of summer,
winter's icy fingers now take a harsh grip turning
land to frozen waste. Blanketing it in snow as...

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Categories: fleece, snow, winter,
Form: Verse
Premium Member By Now You Have Forgot' - To Whom It May Concern - Part 2
Continued from Part 1

               “Upon your knees in golden naves, while...

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Categories: fleece, men, time, war,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Colours
I’m lavender; I’m apple-tartness green
or colored cream like fleece - a peaceful ewe.
Pastel, I’m hushed; when gold or red, I preen.
Like ice cream of a...

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Categories: fleece, introspection, rainbow,
Form: Rhyme Royal
A New Moon

A chalky moon rises, from still air, drawn on 
smooth, blue-black paper sky. A New Year's eve
like this, seems too calm to be real, to...

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Categories: fleece, beauty, family, love, new
Form: Free verse
Neptune and Pele
Pele shared her rage; passionate she boiled
For her love feisty, my Ke aloha 
Sweet ocean, caress... pilialoha
Massaging her beach, my waves gently toiled.

 Are you...

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Categories: fleece, fantasy, fire, god, magic,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Sunrise
I watched the gloaming break in silent peace
Dark purple change to pink before my eyes
The bottoms of the clouds turned bright cerise
Which bled into the...

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Categories: fleece, color, morning,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Holy Is The Lamb
I thought I knew the answers
I thought I could go it alone
I thought my way into a corner
I thought Mary's little lamb was a fairy...

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Categories: fleece, devotion, god,
Form: Free verse
This is what you mean to me
           
You are a light at the end of a tunnel 
that shines so bright...

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Categories: fleece, devotion, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Let there be light
The greatest minds are mocked and heckled, 
but are usually right.
The greatest knowledge, is usually found,
in the simplest places.

Dreams if not a catalyst, to initiate...

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Categories: fleece, education, poems, poetry, wisdom,
Form: Prose
Living a Dream
Two silhouettes
toe-tapping on an enchanted moonbeam
A nighttime romantic dalliance
Two starry-eyed lovers,
so much in love
So living a dream
Their love has this kind of feel ---
a touch...

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Categories: fleece, love, relationship, romance, romantic,
Form: Free verse
When February Feels Like May
When February feels like May
And skies are blue instead of gray,
We flock outdoors, but do not know
Which way our clothing needs to go.

Winter jacket? Much...

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Categories: fleece, february,
Form: Rhyme