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Best Geology Poems

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

The study of earth.
Topics are plate tectonics,
Rock types and rivers....

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Categories: geology, education, science
Form: Senryu

Seasons come and go
The years pass away
Where the river flows
Deserts once held sway...

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© Jim Wilson  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: geology, nature
Form: Quatrain

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Categories: geology, introspection, work, work,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Geology and The Other Ologies
Geology, geometry, biology, biography
Anthropology, psychology, geography, photography,
Psychiatry, psychometry, cartography, graphography,
So many ol-ogies and og-Raph-ies, so little time.

Yet am I studying any of them?
Not today. Today...

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Categories: geology, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Inspirations
In a moment of understandable frustration with me,
My wife demanded to know what I really believed in.
I thought for a minute, tear glands filling,
"The essential...

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Categories: geology, father, inspiration, mother,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Dust and Ash
Dust & Ash

Meteors falling from the sky
like stars sparkling in the night.

The volcano’s dust forms
below Iceland’s clouds.

Life stops.
Pilots stand.

Air traffic is discontent,
as the volatile atmosphere...

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Categories: geology, change, earth, environment, flying, imagery, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member oh civilization
it’s wonderful,
amazing the world dwellers are
civilized they’re as well as I’m really!

with them-

my language is English
I’m civilized!
my language is Arabic, Mandarin, French, Bengali etc
I’m civilized!

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Categories: geology, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Ireland - a divided island part three
  kaisers, kings and emperors fight for territory
  dispensable bodies left in the ground on foreign soil, unreturned
  militarisation of memory and...

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© Ian Love  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: geology, community, history, ireland, time,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Canopy and Economy
Sun and traffic - day economy.
Six a.m. drive to plywood mill. Too tired
to be angry. Each day a step
toward death. What is being accomplished? The

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Categories: geology, baby, day, history, jobs, teacher, tree,
Form: Verse
Hidden Gem
For a long time my brother in law,Jim, and I ,  were not close.  Politically,   I was mostly liberal and he, a strong conservative.  Some...

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Categories: geology, age, brother, lost love, love,
Form: Haibun
Disciplines of Science
Disciplines of Science

The inquiry of Geology
Differs from Biology.
Biology is about birth,
While Geology is about earth.

I wrote the above poem that was inspired by the following...

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Categories: geology, earth, life, science,
Form: Clerihew
Premium Member Set in Stone
Petrology, geology, call it what you may
Minerals of many are around us every day
Igneous, sedimentary, metamorphic are the main
Their seams grace our planet, they are...

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Categories: geology, nature
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Crater Lake
formed when Mount Mazima
erupted thousands of years ago.

Lake water's warmed by remains of a volcano;
Oregon’s state park lures tourists to take a swim.

Mount Mazima may...

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Categories: geology, history, water,
Form: Verse
Premium Member Flying the California Coast
Flying the California Coast

My California coastline
A song of endlessly repeating peaks
Singing verses of silence
Whispering unknown refrains

Mossy sand and stone
Thinly veiled and misted
Striated curves 
Etched in...

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Categories: geology, adventure, america, appreciation, beach, beautiful, beauty,
Form: Free verse

Yeah those were the magma days - for what it’s worth:
Surging up from the inner reaches of the earth
To the crust – ‘cos...

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Categories: geology, funny,
Form: Couplet
My Very Own Seeds
My time keeps ticking/ Fresh outta mind prison/ I still have a hard time trying to listen/
 I keep on walking yet I keep on...

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Categories: geology, caregiving, daughter, faith, family, native american,
Form: Epic
Premium Member Why Another Oil Spill
We know of this disastrous event
As we now know of the spills extent
All these years they had time to invent
A remedy for repairable descent

We allow...

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Categories: geology, death, life, loss, nature, people, places,
Form: Monorhyme
Nature-an inspiration
I don’t know where I shall start from,
From tiny seedlings to huge trees,
From varied seasons to storms, 
From rivers to rains,
From Flora and fauna to...

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Categories: geology, inspirational, nature, nature, spring, nature, spring,
Form: Rhyme

The child that I was – Never believed in death-

Loving life so much that I cud not conceive of it.

Time – states of...

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Categories: geology, blessing, death, earth day,
Form: Verse
Tom's TV Guise (TB's TBs)
TV Guise entries from tom.
"Who's the Horse?"- Tony Danza is reincarnated as a mare with an identity crisis.

"Who Wants to be in the Air?"- Regis...

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© tom bell  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: geology, education, funny,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member When I Stop Learning
World War two
The properties of gemstones
The Mayans
The Bible
Native Americans
Extra Sensory Perception
Assertiveness training
Near Death Experiences
Psychological Case Studies
Brain Research
Horatio Alger stories
When I stop being interested in new...

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Categories: geology, education, introspection,
Form: List

Paid  the  realtor’s fee
Collected key and learned how to jiggle it - 
Some lock problem - corrosion in...

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Categories: geology, placespeople, people,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member GodsEye View
Imagine your God's Eye view of Earth
blue-green revolving
around sunlight
under vaporous clouds;
dark shadowed nights
of windblown dynamite white silence
gusting and waning

Disturbed by city lights
and siren screams of...

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Categories: geology, beauty, blue, earth, green, health, integrity,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Sandstone Rough Shale Cool
Sandstone, rough, gritty.
Shale.  Cool, layered, shelved.
Beryl. Ugly but if you can keep it for a million years
You will have emerald and aquamarine from beryl.

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Categories: geology, 10th grade, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Light Verse
The Teacher Who Carved Life's Course

Down the memory lane a long time ago
I remember when I was completing graduation
what I’d pursue afterward I didn’t know,
one professor then gave my career...

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Categories: geology, career, life, teacher,
Form: Rhyme