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Best Huddling Poems

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Premium Member Huddling
twenty below 
even the wind chimes are huddling ...

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Categories: huddling, winter,
Form: Senryu



Premium Member Touched by Your Flame
I watched them gather round
The warmth of your flame
Like campers at campfire time
Huddling close to you
Pushing and jostling
For the best place
I saw your warmth
Dancing off...

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Categories: huddling, fire, passion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Invisible: co-written with C Devonshire
clad in rags, he wanders on Wall Street
   he is invisible to hustling stock brokers
       he is...

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Categories: huddling, remember, veterans day,
Form: Free verse
One Autumn Day


Amidst the scorching heat of the sun
Everyone likes to feel its glowing colors all around
Children tossed up and down those kaleidoscopic leaves
As they giggle, roll...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huddling, beauty, nature, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Winter
W inter at times became a paradise lost-and-found  
I recall huddling over a static, crackling old radio
N ews announcement: School canceled tomorrow!
T he yard...

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Categories: huddling, childhood, nostalgia,
Form: Acrostic



The Sounds of Spring
The Sounds of Spring


About: This poem is describes my feelings of the season spring. How the wonders of it are a miracle. A place so...

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Categories: huddling, adventure, beauty, blue, happiness, music, nature,
Form: Free verse
The house eaters
1.
My grapefruit tanned
toothpicks
bow above
the five-day flattened
spot
in an olive shag carpet
tracing grandpa Leo's 
blueprint,
with one encapsulated
toe –
this is the femur, this is
the head,
this is the fist,...

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Categories: huddling, angst, death, family, introspection, loss, people,
Form: Free verse
Communion with Dawn
In the stillness of the early morn 
When nature shakes off the remnants of slumber 
Leaves stretching, flowers opening 
I sit quietly with my cup...

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© Lena Pate  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huddling, natureprayer, thanksgiving,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Intransigence
A lightning-fast swing, 
a blinding slap 
and a few seconds later – a dull thunder of the leaving thunderstorm.
A numbness of words;
a dumbness of feelings;
a...

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Categories: huddling, farewell,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Invisible Co-write with Paul Callus
clad in rags, he wanders on Wall Street
   he is invisible to hustling stock brokers
       he is...

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Categories: huddling, veterans day,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member The Ghost Dance Part II
                        ...

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Categories: huddling, history, native american, tribute,
Form: Free verse
Football 2017
It's now that time of the year when no one is in the stands...
And there are groans and wishes from anxious football fans.

The players are...

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Categories: huddling, football,
Form: Than-Bauk
Premium Member Dawn of A New Year
When she was the first to step across the threshold
I knew things were off to a good start.
Outside, dark and lowering clouds pressed in,
But inside,...

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Categories: huddling, adventure, girl, january, new year, rain,
Form: Free verse
StarDust
Glistening rubbles in the sky,
Huddling up and abound so high;
Precious jewels in my sight,
Touching you through dreams tonight.
Cosmos most wondrous beauty,
Artwork of God-Almighty.
Glistening rubbles in...

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© lg ds  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huddling, stars,
Form: Verse
Courtly Love
Submissive squire on his foot 
Helping his best knight, to put
On the weapons o’ not so cute 

Beautified horses galloping,
The sharpen swords clanging, 
And wooden...

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Categories: huddling, history, life, love, people, social, time,
Form: Narrative
Roast goose
Startled geese hiding,
Huddling in the dense brush
Roasted goose dinner...
...

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Categories: huddling, funny
Form: Haiku
Sea World
The waters of joy splashed my direction
Happiness is coming my way
Happiness is coming my way
Nothing is in my way
Nothing is in my way

I walk gaily...

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Categories: huddling, anxiety, beautiful, change, emotions, fear, hope,
Form: Free verse
Can We Feel Music
Can We “Feel” Music?
By Carol Geyer


Can we “feel” music? Can the notes cool or warm us?
Soothing like green aloe balm, or warm as flaming Yule...

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Categories: huddling, music,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Cerberus
Midnight, Cerberus roams across the sky,
Chasing stars and barking upon the fly.
Hound of thunder, cloud riding the air,
With three heads and snaky tail awry.

Lightening cracks...

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Categories: huddling, horror, myth, mythology, nature, night, urban,
Form: Rubaiyat
Premium Member This TidalRiver Place
This place
New England space
meets inside without
building forest skill character
wild native nakedness merged with puritan souls
enslaved by dark-skinning self-immolating magic
aboriginal roots of satiating suffered bliss,
Yankee hearts...

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Categories: huddling, beauty, culture, health, history, nature, passion,
Form: Prose Poetry
Only the Critters Stayed
            Lights out, lights out!in the run about, the critte
    ...

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© Amy Green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huddling, addiction, angst, love,
Form: Free verse
The Shaking Menagerie
Lights out, lights out!
In the run about, the critters flee to me
Storm, blazing lightning, air too warm
My friends with fur feel a curse
On the wind-...

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© Amy Green  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: huddling, adventure
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
Premium Member Here We Are
Here we are huddling together,
neither our collective nightmare
nor our communal wetdream.

At our best,
struggling together with future and past health
of generations,
at our worst competing against each...

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Categories: huddling, earth, health, lost, love hurts, planet,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Hours Just Now Ended
The day whose hours only a dream ago ended,
Was a test to the grave some men commended,
For seizing any opportunity to push and trip,
Is what...

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Categories: huddling, betrayal, inspiration, recovery from, writing,
Form: Rhyme
Failure
FAILURE.


Isolated tentative in rosy tower
Sublime detached observer of success
Making its own life and time
Swallowing in one long yawn all the glories
Keen scented existence and sanctified...

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Categories: huddling, allegory, philosophy, poets,
Form: Verse