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Byron Poems - Poems about Byron

Byron Poems - Examples of all types of poems about byron to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for byron.
Premium Member i stole these lines for you
...i soar in the thought of you lost in thermals free from every drop of gravity where clouds dance free wings spread in a balance tipped at times bent in flight guiding me a swoop here, banking ......Read More
Categories: byron, confidence, destiny, devotion,
Form: Romanticism

Premium Member Celebrate Teachers
...Let's celebrate teachers--give them a big hand! For they hold the treasure a child's mind needs. They open doors to discovery's wondrous land; then urge them along to help them succeed. Their d......Read More
Categories: byron, 11th grade, 12th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Aussie Adventures of Skeet and Rich
... I With all the world a thousand feet below was the morn on New Year’s Day, and ‘neath a shining weightless wing the sea cliffs steep of Botany Bay. And t......Read More
Categories: byron, holiday, journey,
Form: Rhyme
What We Do To Win, Part I
...I long have been a trail-runner, and my name is Art Constantine, sprinting peaks is a thigh-burner, just as tiring as it seems, I started this at seventeen. Most people thought that I was nuts......Read More
Categories: byron, heart, life, meaningful, men,
Form: Narrative
...OPEN THE FLOODGATES For weeks I’d suffered writer’s block, Devoid of inspiration. I couldn’t think of what to write. I was close to desperation. Rhymezone wouldn’t accept m......Read More
Categories: byron, inspiration, muse,
Form: Rhyme

Lord Byron Valentine
...She walks in beauty, like the night Of cloudless climes and starry skies; And all that’s best of dark and bright Meet in her aspect and her eyes; Thus mellowed to that tender light Which heaven ......Read More
Categories: byron, allegory, analogy, angel,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Who Am I
... Within this worn body brittle and old Thrives youth, hate, love, sorrow, and passions bold Date of birth? Jobs? Paygrade? Single? Married? All they ask now is cremated? Buried? As my sunset hou......Read More
Categories: byron, identity, old,
Form: Sonnet
Life is scattered
...2nd Elergy For Auntie Betty Akinyi Oyugi. Life is scattered. By Juno Byron(Junior). Life is a balloon Inflated full A'n given to a baboon Wherefore? though white as wool Life is a pot Res......Read More
Categories: byron, bereavement, death, farewell, funeral,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member CLERIHEW byron
...Lord Byron poet extraordinaire lived life& loved sans a care His daughter Augusta Ada King programming Babbage Engines was her thing ......Read More
Categories: byron, people, poetry,
Form: Clerihew
The gambler
...The Gambler By Juno Byron There lived a ruler Wh'as a good gambler tall as giraffe's neck Silly slim handsome deck Chaos his best friend I myself have guns They have become Jesus On the ......Read More
Categories: byron, 12th grade, character, desire,
Form: Free verse
I adore
...I adore By Juno Byron Dedicated to my friends. I adore the shore fo'rmore The pure clear water u hear That flows foes hearts aparts 'nd the single own known home That heaven has given Brig......Read More
Categories: byron, 11th grade, celebration, dedication,
Form: Rhyme
... Who reads Tomas Moore reads much more of Lord byron as Anacreonte......Read More
Categories: byron, allegory, allusion, metaphor, poetry,
Form: Light Verse
... Knowing very well won't ask how are you; Understand how much stressful to be lone; Believe me, since you left all my joy flown; Know you're sad, I'm also in hardship too. Don't wa......Read More
Categories: byron, miss you,
Form: Sonnet
Connecting the Dots
... Hardly in her dotage, Mary Shelley was only nineteen when she composed the character/monster, Frankenstein. I could connect the dots of many a tragic scene, but we’d be here all night, I must st......Read More
Categories: byron, 11th grade, husband, mother
Form: Verse
A Flawed Fairytale
..."Love will find a way through paths where wolves fear to stray." - Lord Byron Life seems a facade love an ill......Read More
Categories: byron, heartbroken, life, love hurts,
Form: Rhyme

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