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Best Notre Poems

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Premium Member Notre Dame - Your Spirit Lives

Your Spirit Lives

Oh, Notre Dame, sad days have come-
   that beast of fire's swift momentum,
brought down your sacred decorum-
   but not...

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Categories: notre, fire, inspirational,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member Notre Dame
Notre Dame...Notre Dame...
your eight hundred years of wisdom’s gone;
eight hundred years of beauty strong;
architectural sage, Notre Dame.

Notre Dame your life has seen
so many broken centuries...

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Categories: notre, art, beautiful, christian, fire,
Form: Rhyme
Notre Dame de Paris
Our Lady of Paris
With your ribbed vaults
Flying buttress
And rose colored windows
The Huguenots
The Republicans
Couldn't destroy you
Victor and Quasimodo
Loved you
Napoleon restored you
Fire couldn't destroy you
Your spire fell

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Categories: notre, christian, faith, fire, violence,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Letters from Paris
I wrote a letter
With teardrops from my heart
I walk the streets of Antoinette
My mind dances with Baudelaire
Love flutters as the pigeon’s wings on statues
I see...

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Categories: notre, absence, angst, introspection, paris,
Form: Light Verse
Premium Member Take out the Landry

 Take Out the Landry

Dirty laundry for years on the floor
finally the dirt is out the door
Quebec is cleaning house
separatists being laid to graves
like Napoleonic...

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Categories: notre, evil, funeral, hate, november,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member ND - Ablaze
 Henry VI and Napoleon were crowned Kings there
 A hunchback found his lady fair,
 But heartbreak comes to Notre Dame
 As she is now...

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© Joseph May  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: notre, history,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Gypsy Heart
My gypsy heart is restless.....
I’ve been here too long
too long....
the fields alive with paths that lead....lead...
there, to the edge of the earth and sky
the minstrel...

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Categories: notre, adventure, how i feel,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member ND- Our Lady of Paris
Unbelievable- Paris stopped breathing and even the world,
the cathedral spire shuddered, clung, trembling;
then, plunged burning and the crowd and the world itself,
wept, for the beautiful...

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Categories: notre, fire, paris,
Form: Verse
Premium Member If But Stone
     On the ledge of Notre Dame ...

He watched through his one good eye,

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Categories: notre, betrayal, conflict, fantasy, gothic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member FR -A JAMAIS


je n’aurais jamais cru
que le jour viendrait

toujours j’ai pensé
que je serais là pour toi
et toi pour moi
jamais je n’aurais cru
que si soudainement
la fin...

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Categories: notre, death, longing, lost love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ND Heart in ashes
The people gaze in disbelief
As flames engulf the screaming spire.
Raised eyes, transfixed, are full of grief
To witness this ferocious fire.

The very heart of Paris groans

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Categories: notre, fire, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Insult
That dirty green hearse (the
     first one I'd ever seen)
Mushed through traffic
Like a Notre Dame back

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Categories: notre, angst, death, irony, winter,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member My Vacation
I would like a dream vacation,
     Paris is my destination;
For me this would be a delight,

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Categories: notre, vacation,
Form: Verse
A Dream
The robin led straight to the tenant,
Notre Dame, though not Gothic at all. 
The huge dormers were closed. I chose onlookers on the sight, 

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Categories: notre, death, dream, math,
Form: Free verse
Le Bucket List
                 Ah, Paris, is still calling me, as a...

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Categories: notre, dream, travel, old, old,
Form: Shape
Premium Member Pride O' the Irish
The Irish may have lost the game,
The other team has won.
But the players feel like winners,
They've still got the Leprechaun!

With him comes the Pot O'...

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Categories: notre, football, holiday, pride,
Form: Verse
Premium Member A Vacation Where History Was Made
My lifetime dream hasn't been realized yet;
I like to travel to Europe where History was made.
I will start with the glorious city of Rome
with its...

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Categories: notre, art, beautiful, dream, french,
Form: Rhyme
Please don't leave
Le soleil est notre ami
Car il nous donne de l’énergie
Laisse sa chaleur
Ouvrir ton cœur (x2)

I’m satisfied
When you smile
I’m happy
When you talk to me

Quand tu me...

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Categories: notre, boyfriend, leaving, love,
Form: Lyric
Rah,Rah Jackson
There is a Pug dog named Jackson
and college football is his game,
with no time to spare
he's up in his chair,
to watch his favorite team Notre...

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Categories: notre, pets, sports,
Form: Limerick
An unfinished characterization of QUASIMODO


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Categories: notre, introspection, mysterysound, mystery, sound,
Form: Narrative
Not I Am Though I Am
I hated myself for 
disgracing myself more than I should, 
I looked upon everything under the sun with jaundiced eyes, 
and even tried to ignore...

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© Su Ben  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: notre, metaphor, philosophy, psychological,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member God, Help My People
War…the stench of death
How long?
How long will it fill our nostrils?
How long will the mothers cry
And babies die?
How many times will our young men
Be snatched...

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Categories: notre, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Joan of Arc memorials
I used to live in France, near the Champagne region.
My favorite Notre Dame cathedral is not the one in Paris;
Rather it is Notre Dame de...

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Categories: notre, christian, hero, history, inspiration,
Form: Prose Poetry
The Boy Who Wasnt Ready To Grow
Amidst of all the sorrow,
stood still a boy who wasnt ready to be the man he supposed to grow,
In the decaying dime for  bitter...

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Categories: notre, child, childhood, children, depression,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member A Labyrinth Of Lies
When my sister died, grandma said, it would be okay,
She lied, it was never okay again in my life, ever again;
And as each person I...

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Categories: notre, how i feel, hurt,
Form: Narrative