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Best Swards Poems

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


Mysteries of Human Hairs
Mysteries of Human Hairs
Hairs, O’ hairs, O’ lovely ravishing hairs,
Fascinating and beautiful, you often resemble,
When nicely looked after and  softly taken care of.

Your beauty...

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Categories: swards, imagination, life, love, mystery, passion, hair,
Form: Ode



SORROW SPRINGS IN BLACK SAVANNAH
SORROW SPRINGS IN BLACK SAVANNAH
By Immaculata Ortner

Sorrow springs in black savannah
Where nature proved its pride
Silence sting like ancient drone
As dark melody rose 
Winging high in...

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Categories: swards, fear, slavery, sorrow, war,
Form: Elegy
Mysteries of Human Hairs II of II


Mysteries  of Human Hairs   II

Hairs, O hairs, O’ lovely   ravishing hairs,
It is also a hard truth of the world and
Of...

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Categories: swards, life, love, passion, hair, lost, beauty,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Words The ship Melanie Dear Melanie Troubled Times LossTouch
Words
The ship

Words come to me like spring. 
They set free, they shed the shroud, 
open with all their glory, beauty and sing. 
They stand tall,...

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Categories: swards, daughter,
Form: Rhyme
reign makes the world go round
water cradles embryonic fetus in utero until birth
   a necessary ingredient that fosters new born and also original life
heavens relinquish liquid pearl shaped...

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Categories: swards, history, introspection, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme



reign makes the world go round
water cradles embryonic fetus in utero until birth
   a necessary ingredient that fosters new born and also original life
heavens relinquish liquid pearl shaped...

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Categories: swards, allegory, dedication, devotion, inspirational, introspection,
Form: Enclosed Rhyme
A dream and reality
A dream and reality live on this Earth,
They don’t get along very nice:
They pull us in opposite ways from the birth,
In lulls and in turmoil...

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Categories: swards,
Form: Classicism
Premium Member Isle

A blind flight
above a brooding sea.
Dawn levers the darkness.
Ireland rising.
Whitecaps, bright tumbled cliffs.
Briny turf, moss-rooted walls,
wind-havens and cottages.
So green!
Tidal meadows run to dewy swards.
Patchwork pastures...

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Categories: swards, poetry,
Form: Blank verse