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Cabin Poems - Poems about Cabin

Cabin Poems - Examples of all types of poems about cabin 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 cabin.
Premium Member Remembering that Night
... "recently scenes of early life have stolen into my mind, like breezes blown ..." Quote by _Samuel Taylor Coleridge (from his writings) Remembering turbulent oce......Read More
Categories: cabin, ocean, sea, storm,
Form: Tail-rhyme

... These low hills are running with deer this morning, they have come down to graze on the sweetest grass. On the meadows buttercups have carpeted the bottom land with sunshine. In summer darlin......Read More
Categories: cabin, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Wynorrific Eve
...Upon the rustic walls, Laid a shadow, shadow too dry. In the trees beyond, laid the carnelian of fall; And I stroll away, into the vestige foliage ply. In my little cabin, many boring days had......Read More
Categories: cabin, horror, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Down From The Mountain
... She came from the mountains. Horny were her hands and strong was her back. In the deep lush valleys she made peace with the black bears and the moths. Her cabin was of white pine and at ni......Read More
Categories: cabin, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Message in a Bottle
...“We could just run off, to some cabin somewhere, Or castaway on a pirate ship, just the two of us, Our own private writer’s retreat, you and me.” Staring at the white screen, your words torment ......Read More
Categories: cabin, farewell,
Form: Free verse

...Voyaging The high seas and the battle for a meaning of life, not on a ship that runs on routine. The Panama Canal, have I been there once not sure, I vaguely remember a tank ship pulled by t......Read More
Categories: cabin, animal, anniversary, evil,
Form: Sonnet
time and pleasure with the right fusion of flavors
...sometimes i want ice cream other times i want chili mac soup on alternative days i want a simple salad drenched in bacon ranch sometimes i want an ocean view other times i want a mountain view......Read More
Categories: cabin, appreciation, for her, inspirational
Form: Free verse
Country Setting
...Roads are long Darkened as night Many miles ahead Bright bright lights. Trucks, long haul Narrow highways Woods, deep curves Cows, much more Great foods Smoking barbecue On the go. Chi......Read More
Categories: cabin, environment,
Form: Free verse
Mariah - star of the sea
...To see the unknown is to grasp the strange struggle with hallucinogenic disbelief of the deranged: To arrange and rearrange the disarray of a mind nonplussed by a puzzlement of imagery that binds......Read More
Categories: cabin, adventure,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Running toward a Baby Polar Bear
...Oh my goodness! It is a darling polar bear cub. The children run toward it. The oldest one stops first, grabbing her younger brothers. Let me go! One yells. The other tries to bite her. Their b......Read More
Categories: cabin, animal,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member Love Or Loathe It
... Flying ….love it or loathe it? Personally….I am a loather From the beginning to journeys end I just want it to be over!! So much waiting is involved in flying Waiting, waiting and then som......Read More
Categories: cabin, flying, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A quiet Place
...A quiet place is where I go, To listen alone to raindrops flow. Seek the comfort inside my cabin, As nature talks of what is happening. Solitude and silence be, My quiet place, alone with me.......Read More
Categories: cabin, silence,
Form: Rhyme
Delayed Consequences, Part IV
......“De people of de modern world tink dat no rules apply to dem, dat dey’re too advance for such tings, dat dey will face no consequence. “But dere’s always a price to pay, nothing in dis worl......Read More
Categories: cabin, abortion, confidence, dark, death,
Form: Narrative
Delayed Consequences, Part III
......He remembered his childhood, Cajun stories of the bayou, and one of an old witch doctor, they claimed he still practiced voodoo. He had seen the man once or twice, he’d seemed rather old de......Read More
Categories: cabin, abortion, confusion, dark, death,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Cabin in the Wood
...The whoosh of the wild winter wind wrapped me within swift swishing swirls whipping me on till there it stood, a lonely cabin in the wood. The shrill shriek of the screech owl split the whoos......Read More
Categories: cabin, nature, onomatopoeia, snow, sound,
Form: Quatern

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