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Best Wren Poems

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

The Song of the Wren
The wren is singing, high up in the tree
Come, lay your crown beside me on the ground
Come lie with me, my love, come lie with...

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Categories: wren, bird, myth, nature, passion, seasons, sexy,
Form: Villanelle

Premium Member Little Wren

I looked out to a morning drear

Nothing there to cause me cheer,

But when I looked outside again

Upon my gate there sat a wren.

God bless this...

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© Gary Smith  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wren, bird, nature, song,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Lady and the Wren:
With a flower in her hand,
She strolled on by,
Smiling at a wren,
Who asked her why?

Her world slipping fast,
Still, she stopped to reply,
"Come here a little...

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© White Wolf  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wren, analogy, bird, death,
Form: Rhyme
Carolina Wren
Where this time?
The pair makes several tries--
my hard hat, a can of nails, window ledge
all filled with leaves.
How do they judge
those inferior, this one prime?

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Categories: wren, animal, beauty, humor, language, onomatopoeia, senses,
Form: Rhyme
They said how she ate was absurd;
A "Fatso", they called her she heard,
And ever since then
That poor, baby wren
Just pecked at her food like a...

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© Jesse Rowe  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wren, bird, food, funny,
Form: Limerick

Sunrise Breaks on a Morning Camp
It’s been a long day beneath hot sun,
with sunset looming and daylight done,
came across water with a stand of trees,
deep in shadow with a zephyr...

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Categories: wren, bird, nature,
Form: Rhyme
In the morning
Forest light,
June murmurs,
sailing wren.. 

-for Gigno's "Ellip" contest...

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Categories: wren, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Birdbath
The first is like an imaginary vision;
a tiny apparition, in three quick flashes.
The landing, one sip, then disappearing,

sweet fairy wren.

Then, there is the brazen, full,...

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Categories: wren, allegory, bird, garden,
Form: Free verse
Angel Dust
The dewy morning’s pink dawn
When the doe with her new born fawn
Steps out of the glen
Dancing to the song of the wren
Then angel dust is...

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Categories: wren, introspection, philosophy, angel, angel,
Form: Rhyme


white sky... low the clouds
winter... stuck in a drift again
spring... where are you...
the bobbin dipper flies
below our secret rivers
spring... summer delight
ring ouzel......

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Categories: wren, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The Naddred: Druids:
As they loomed through the sacred grove,
With staffs of Oak and Mistletoe,
Casting Ogham's to the wind,
These men are wise with strength within.

They know the secrets...

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© White Wolf  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wren, image, inspirational, magic,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member ZEN

the peaceful soul exudes harmony with all
nonchalant as a calm waterfall
unperturbed serene wise men
use their fountain pen
moments of
flawless love
pure as sings the wren
solemnly pondering when

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Categories: wren, appreciation, blessing, death, introspection, life, peace,
Form: Verse
Summer Rain
On a summer day when hazy sun sets
Scorched sands of drowsy desert at dusk rise
Rains pierce sunk sky with force from wind they get
Dune can't...

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Categories: wren, nature, storm,
Form: Ottava rima
Premium Member The thorn of a rose
The thorn of a rose
Sharply reached into my life
From my brain, down to my toes

I could only feel
The pain instead of beauty
All the worries became...

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Categories: wren, change, fear, introspection, nature,
Form: Choka
A Poem
Does the willow know?
Does it feel the wind?
Are those just random gestures
Or is it telling me something
As it bows?

Can it know it will never be...

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Categories: wren, nature,
Form: Free verse
Haiku - Senryu Comments
Inspired by Jan Allison:
oft my morning call... 
birds in the warmer months... sing... 
my natural alarm... 

your haiku on my shoulder... 
your blackbird... softly chirps......

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Categories: wren, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member The dawn of the Robin
The Wren may be many a thing,
but has it heard the Robin sing?

Both a sight to set your eyes upon,
with their gifts of song before...

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© White Wolf  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wren, analogy, bird,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Don't Poke the Bear
Inspirational beauty, comes to life every spring.
The baby birds in their nest, to their mothers still cling.
The hibernating bear, still asleep in his den.
Will soon...

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Categories: wren, animal, humor, spring,
Form: Rhyme
The Prayer Meeting
The Prayer Meeting

I felt a raindrop on my brow;
Twas just the other day.
Out in the Pasture all alone, 
By myself to pray.

The rain fall oh...

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Categories: wren, bible, bird, faith, god, gospel, hope,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Into a Wild Abyss- LEI
Sunsets melt in a forest glen,
and a white horse rests in the Zen.
A blue wren on a rock perches,
and mingling are leaning birches.
Bright and colorful...

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© Dear Heart  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: wren, imagery,
Form: Lay
Premium Member A Winter Blanket


 First green, then gold, now downy white
 Fields wear their gown of wintry delight
 Flakes soft upon the evergreen glisten
 The doe quietly...

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Categories: wren, winter,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Empty Nest Syndrome
I reckon the empty nest syndrome hits all at one time or another,
When youngsters flee the nest leaving dear old Dad and Mother!
This morning on...

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Categories: wren, funny, husband, wife
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Sounds of Three Visitors to My Garden
Early morning, the trill 
with a buzz, is weighted toward the beak,
tail twitching, side to side, 
underside barred: my friendly wren.

The click in the heavy...

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Categories: wren, bird, garden, song, sound,
Form: Free verse
The Work: Summer Solstice, Avebury
Across the land this morn, a roll of light 
Gave birth to shadows, cast from chalky hills
The larks ascended, sang away the night
Vibrated sky to...

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Categories: wren, love, mystery, mythology, nature, summer, symbolism,
Form: Iambic Pentameter
How It All Begins
Don’t know how it started, or how it ends
I’m older now then I will be then; when
I was scribing with quill, candle and scroll
A mind...

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Categories: wren, imagination, inspiration, life, spoken word,
Form: Free verse