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Best Tristich Poems

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


Premium Member - Striking Fear Home -
As the winds breathe heavily darkened within fury
Moaning filled with clouds begins speaking 
Through stormy turbulent assaults with waves that kill

A ballad is blown away...

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Categories: deep, fear, nature, power,
Form: tristich



Premium Member Ataraxis
As we traverse in happiness of euphoric thoughts
Exuberance of sunrise permeates our avid hearts
Holding hands of leisure on hushed idyllic grounds,

Where pink lotus-blooms lift-up in...

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Categories: happiness, nature, peace, silence,
Form: Tristich
Mountain
The airy mountain, lush and green, they call home
Perched on shaky rock, the waters beneath swash and foam
Goats graze, cattle feed, fields of corn and...

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Categories: america, analogy, fate,
Form: tristich
One Proud Yellow Dandelion
One Proud Yellow Dandelion

Lantanas and pears are lushly in bloom,
Baby chartreuse leaves brighten winter’s late gloom
And one proud yellow dandelion.

We wait for the redbuds –...

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Categories: metaphor, pride,
Form: tristich
Defenseless
I am just a swollen bloated thing in this harsh world
Nothing here but the laws of physics upon me hurled
No safety, power, decision is mine...

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Categories: abuse, analogy, anger, angst,
Form: Tristich



Premium Member Heightened Perception
An ocean in a drop of water
The cosmos in a speck of dust
A divine spark in every being...

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Categories: appreciation, beauty, philosophy, wisdom,
Form: Tristich
Ethiopian Eyes

Addis Ababa pulse,
Blue Nile passion flow
into the heart of a Mtoto midnight

Tropical forest desires,
soft Harari waves moving
at the tidal touch crescent height

Jijiga sepia legs
dancing Danakil...

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Categories: culture, love, romantic, spiritual,
Form: tristich
Premium Member How the Moon Does It
The moon spoons pieces of jeweled firmament from the universe's dark heart
into her golden bowl, mixes incandescent milk with a cool touch,
then pours it all...

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Categories: beauty, love, moon,
Form: tristich
Premium Member Abandoned Dreams
Knotted in the torsion of a tempest’s mood -
the barrage drains the sun and overwhelms the dusk
ire’s flash stabs the night.


Susan Ashley
April 6, 2019


~ Second...

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Categories: anger, dark, loss, love
Form: Tristich
Monday the Moon--A Diary
A quarter white and bright against blue charcoal skies,
Not a cloud, cirrus or otherwise to cover you.
Do I see your “man” curling on his back?

The...

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Categories: appreciation, creation,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member - Striking Fear Home -
As the winds breathe heavily darkened within fury
Moaning filled with clouds begins speaking 
Through stormy turbulent assaults with waves that kill

A ballad is blown away...

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Categories: angel, emotions, heart, heaven,
Form: tristich
Premium Member Tea Sipping Pleasure
Join me in my wondrous tea-sipping spree
Along scent of chamomile, wafting free
To celebrate health of wellness degree.

Let’s have green tea of therapeutic reign
Offering calmness from...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, cheer up,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member Defenseless - Edited
Since the day our eyes first locked
you held the key to my heart.
I come to you defenseless.

Old barricades I’d put up
tumbled down; you built me...

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Categories: trust,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member Stray Dog Roaming
Oh, where did you come from? The sad sight of you 
     breaks my heart in two. I see that you're...

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Categories: animal, dog, encouraging, imagery,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member He Has No Hope
Every day starts with a hand full of pills,
medicated; he has no hope of thrills,
his life is Spartan, without any frills. 

My visits are his...

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Categories: 12th grade, angel, anxiety,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member Blessedville Orphanage Fairy Tale
There resided in an Orphanage, called Blessedville
Lovely girls whose names are Charitybelle,
Faithgayle and Hopedelle.
 
They are best friends and in prayer they are aligned
Asking God...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, children, christian,
Form: Tristich
Thoughts About Marigolds
Marigolds, bright spot of September,
When all around is drooping limber,
As life in accord with His plan remembers

To prepare itself to sleep.

You perk in yellows and...

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Categories: flower, september,
Form: tristich
Premium Member Daily Victory In the Lord
Midst Monday bouts in work arena
knocking body with fatigue angst…
God’s victory* strengthens my faith to keep pressing on.

Though Tuesday schedule seems to fail
frustrating mind against...

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Categories: blessing, christian, faith, god,
Form: Tristich
-afflatus-
to lose a muse is none but sorrow,
no fuse can chase away the fear-
words shall appear and be near tomorrow

my inspiration is my revelation,
creativity with...

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: appreciation, inspiration, life, muse,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member Rain
lightsabers slash skies 
cold front goads humidity —
the black night bleeds rain...

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Categories: nature, night, rain, storm,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member Afflatus
We wend through life with hopes of one true love,
          Quite rare, such fits, that match...

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Categories: analogy, angel, love, romance,
Form: Tristich
Binary Decision

Life always offer choices — 
Some easy,
some hard

Alternate current inner voices:
Pulse charge emotional,
or neural beta rational

Positive or negative energy flow
Binary decision 
is either yes or...

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Categories: introspection, spiritual, visionary, wisdom,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member Lessons
For all the painful memories, thank you
For all the hurtful words, thank you
For all the horrid sights, thank you

For I have learned peace, thank you
For...

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Categories: beauty, goodbye, memory, pain,
Form: Tristich
Same Persona

Tho’ the soft voice has an aristocratic tone,
the haughty attitude ain’t no street gutter different:
Being rude ... dropping shade

Dark keystroke mood, 
shallow indigo indifference shown
Another...

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Categories: humorous, imagery, psychological, satire,
Form: Tristich
Premium Member Image of Innocence
She grew up, and was taught 
that people are good. 
Nobody would harm her, even 
if they could.

But found as she has aged, not 
all...

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Categories: emotions, feelings, friendship, innocence,
Form: Tristich