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Best Storm Poems

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

After The Storm
Lightning flashed, blinded my innocent, trusting eyes.
Thunder ravaged my soul, and forced out my cries.

Destructive winds threatened, ripped me all apart.
Raindrops, the tears that ever...

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Categories: storm, courage, how i feel,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Guise Of Blue Jay Skies

F  l  y  i  n  g

a sailing tailwind
in cerulean streams
through creamsicle colored beams -
are wings reflective of turquoise truth 

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Categories: storm, autumn, bird, blue, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Music of the Night

With the tremulous dark vista so far and yet so near
Abandoning my defences ~ I stand in awe ~ not in fear

 Virtuoso Maestro unleash...

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Categories: storm, desire, music, night, romance,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Summer Rain
I wade into the surf and stand alone,

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Categories: bereavement, goodbye, soulmate, storm,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A tribute to Leonora G
~ Yolanda was--her name ~    Featuring:) Leonora Galinta

From a hell storm,
A mighty she-devil took on its form
Like a woman scorn ascending from...

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Categories: storm, death, deep, evil, sorrow,
Form: Dramatic Verse

Premium Member Little Fire
I witness you fading away,
The winds blow frantically
They are against us, as all are

Little fire, rise in my cupped hands
Be it my life I shield...

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Categories: storm, courage, death, fire, growth,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Premium Member The Loss Of The Andrea Gail
They that go down to the sea in ships, that do business in great waters:
These see the works of the Lord and his wonders in...

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Categories: storm, america, death, fishing, ocean,
Form: Narrative
Midnight In The Library
Around midnight, in the library I found myself drawn,
to these shelves haunted still by Poe, Stevenson and King,
as a rare, late October storm brews beyond...

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Categories: storm, books, night, october, repetition,
Form: Pantoum
Premium Member Q Tipping
I remember when
Q was part of a Tip
now Q is a one way trip
to crazy town
It’s a place where thoughts flip
and up is down
Where every...

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Categories: storm, abuse, america, angst, discrimination,
Form: Political Verse
Premium Member The Loss Of The Lifeboat, The 'Solomon Browne'

In the year ninteen eighty one on the nineteenth day of December
A day the town of Mousehole in Cornwall, will always remember
An R.N.L.I. Watson class...

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Categories: storm, boat, death, people, rain,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Words That flow Through My Pen
Sometimes, life has no reason unlike the seasons
It aimlessly drifts with the wind
We find ourselves in places of unfamiliar faces
Bathing in the shadows of sin

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Categories: storm, introspection, life, on writing
Form: Free verse
You see us everywhere you go
Every corner of your street house our offspring
Every bridge in your city has become our refugee camp
We are the people...

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Categories: morning, poverty, rain, storm,
Form: Free verse
DaRK CloUds - A collaboration with Liam Mc Daid
Grey clouds the innocent sky ambushing light turns dark 
stumbling over a tombstone opening up cold graves

When eyes become frozen behind scenes in hidden truth...

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© Red Fiery  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: depression, grave, storm,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member For I have Weathered Storms
I think of storms I've weathered, and I smile
for those who've sought to break my heart and gain
the pleasure of defaming me with guile
now know...

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Categories: storm,
Form: Sonnet
weeping willow trees
unbreakable in grace bend
survival and hope!

June 11th,  2018

Inspired by Victor Buhagiar "Barren Branches Of a Willow Tree Die"...

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Categories: endurance, storm, symbolism, tree,
Form: Haiku
The Thunder Kings
The rains had come and washed away the old world,
the thunder had banged its drum
with a weary warning ---
' I do not come oft, but...

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Categories: childhood, fear, storm,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Distant Shores
Atlantic storms had taken the main mast
For seven weeks we drifted helplessly
Fresh water and food were running out fast
There was talk below deck of mutiny.


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Categories: sea, storm, wind,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Everything Froze
                   Everything Froze

a giant crystal wind chime...

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Categories: storm, winter,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Sea Gulls Came Home POTD
The horizon was brewing ominous clouds,
Dark as if they came out of hell.
The once azure sky became hazy
As the north wind chilly breezes
Puffed up more...

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Categories: bird, love, storm,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Go hard go soft
More interesting the way you wrestle
never meaning hurt..
flirting.., with a skillfull mind
and matching tongue.

Twice as agile your swift feet, gleeful toes,
play like little lady fingers,...

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Categories: storm, angst, feelings, funny love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mountains up North


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Categories: mountains, storm, winter,
Form: Etheree
Premium Member The Messenger
The Messenger

I watched the clouds of afternoon
 Gather tempest force;
Now, from a cozy shelter
 View October's raging storm;
Watching through rain washed windows
 Golden oak trees...

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Categories: autumn, october, storm,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Lightning Bolt
A spark cast by a careless deed,
it catches fire and sparks twigs weed.
A hushed town that is dull at last,
a Careless deed, by a spark...

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© Sotto Poet  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: analogy, fire, storm, wind,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member TORNADO
Torrential rain, blinding wind howling, 
Dark heavy clouds ominously scowling,
Brilliant radiant light of electric flashes,
Following the lightning, defiant crashes,

Loudest blasts make brave men cower,
Thunder so...

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Categories: storm, wind,
Form: Personification
Premium Member WHITE DEVIL
White Devil

Call it what you want!
I call it, his favorite season hunt...
Two hoofs imprinted near the riverfront.
Echoes calling my soul with a loud, ferocious grunt.


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Categories: storm, absence, beauty, depression, lost,
Form: Rhyme