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Best Frontier Poems

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Premium Member The Final Frontier
Death, the final frontier?

A nest is round.

Our nest the Earth is round like all the stars and planets.

All things are orbital, even time and space.


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© White Wolf  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: frontier, analogy,
Form: Free verse

Star Trek and Captain Kirk's Final Frontier
Kirk: ‘Lt. Uhura, come to my quarters at 1800 hours’
Uhura: ‘Yes captain, might I ask what’s up?’
Kirk: ‘Nothing now but something WILL be at 1800...

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Categories: frontier, parody, science fiction,
Form: Narrative
SPACE - the final frontier

”Captains Log”
”Closing Cruise”

Space… the final… frontier 

Milky Way 
Spiral look
~Violent place*** found in the space*** center of the UNIVERSE

Egg shape...

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Categories: frontier, adventure, art, change, space, universe,
Form: Haiku
The ranch on which I hang my hat, though short on most the frills,
Is thirteen sections, give or take, of rugged trails an’ hills.
We call...

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© Jim Fish  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: frontier, adventure, cowboy-western, education, imagination, inspirational, native
Form: Quatrain
Along Dawn's Amber Shores
Dawn slowly awakened and pardoned the moon
Empty, the canopy where once stars were strewn
   In repose, Luna slept after wandering velvet skies

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© Lin Lane  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: frontier, poetry, sea,
Form: Rhyme


Don’t look at me 
As though I am an alien or a stranger,
Don’t let the dagger of antipathy 
Fly out of your eyes.

I am...

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Categories: frontier, immigration, love, peace, prejudice, , cute,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Robot Revolution

Abandon futile attempts to run
Behold the process has begun
Step toward your darkest fear
Let’s flip the switch to a new frontier

Penetrating deep within
Evacuate your mortal sin

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Categories: frontier, computer, dark, science fiction, soldier, technology,
Form: Rhyme
We’ve shared the trail, kicked up some dust,
An’ stood a storm or two.
We’ve rode the plains, the wide frontier,
The easy trails were few.
You’ve listened like...

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© Jim Fish  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: frontier, animals, cowboy-western, death, friendship, life, loss,
Form: Cowboy
Mackenzie Trail
When doves on evenings, calm and still, call out a hollow tone,
They rouse a medley, old as time, so few have ever known.
The whispered lines...

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© Jim Fish  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: frontier, adventure, cowboy-western, historyold, horse, old,
Form: Quatrain
Come with me on a journey of thought

Open your mind and let’s travel creation

Let us not follow the sheep the masses

They are lost and confused


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Categories: frontier, faithme,
Form: I do not know?
Probing the Unconscious Space
If the unbearable lightness of being has pushed you to the brink of catastrophic meltdown,
walk to the edge of our flat two-dimensional existence 
and take...

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Categories: frontier, imagination, introspection, mystery, space
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Old Black And White
What I’d give to wake in the morning and hear those church bells ring
To turn on my old black and white and hear Gene Autry...

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Categories: frontier, nostalgiaold, friend, old,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Galloping Heart
without faltering


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Categories: frontier, love,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Farewell, My Loves
Farewell, My Loves

Now, when it comes...that day, austere,
     when from your lives, I'll leave with drear,

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Categories: frontier, death, farewell, love,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member Brilliance and Madness
Brilliance and Madness

Howard Robard Hughes
Famously rich recluse
Dreams led him to the lap of luxury
Followed by nightmarish mysophobic OCD

Rich playboy aviator Howard Hughes
With movie starlets kept...

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© Mark Toney  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: frontier, celebrity, film, flying, mental illness, romance,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member My Daughter My Nation
"My Daughter My Nation"

The climate of Georgia
is diverse, 
considering the nation’s
small size.

She walks with her head 
held high, 
ultra dignified
My daughter,
whom I love “Most".

I am...

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Categories: frontier, child, daughter, inspiration, life, love, mother,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Stagecoach
I took my periodic stroll through the local antique store today.
There were the usual horse collars, clocks and various sundries on display.
Havin' no need fer...

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Categories: frontier, cowboy-western, old, horse, old,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Whips Of History - 4
Injustice is just an inconvenience until it is proven...
When the sun hit their helmets it startled the very souls of the natives
a signal upon their...

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Categories: frontier, history, passion, poetry,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
On Juno Ranch, A Cowboy's Day
If you'd have lived and worked on Juno Ranch, you’d have come away better for it. It 
may not have seemed like it at the...

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© Jim Fish  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: frontier, cowboy-western, inspirational, life, on work and
Form: Cowboy
A Cowboy Is
The unsung heroes of the open plains
The outlaw bandits like Jesse James 

Cut throat thieves and black jack hustlers 
Green horn Cowboys and long horn...

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Categories: frontier, cowboy-western
Form: Rhyme
* Imagine.... ~

Reformations amities amid poetics tour de force overture within, virtuoso's....

Fatalisms exuberant pas de deux; foreordained this ballet in exquisites verse

To cross dimensions of spatial extent;...

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Categories: frontier, faith, love, passion
Form: I do not know?

As evening hangs near, wrapped in silk cashmere
  It  bathes the frontier with godliness dear…

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Categories: frontier, care, heaven, trust,
Form: Monorhyme
Premium Member At Gettysburg
Unyielding stone, the furniture
au naturel, no dress lace tablecloth
concealing ants scavenging our picnic lunch. Loathe
are we to flick them while they steal our cheese and...

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Categories: frontier, america, conflict, war, , memorial,
Form: Sonnet
Revere the Founding Fathers, Part I
We star it off with Ben Franklin,
American renaissance man,
whose industry and sharp wit
made him the richest in the land.
Lived out an American dream
before the country...

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Categories: frontier, america, appreciation, freedom, history, how i
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Senior Year
It began on a high note
Dreams of a New Frontier
Those dreams were shattered in Texas
In the Fall of the same year
Christmas time was solemn
Before the...

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Categories: frontier, nostalgia, schooltime, time,
Form: Narrative