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Canoe Poems - Poems about Canoe

Canoe Poems - Examples of all types of poems about canoe 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 canoe.
Premium Member Love Is So Crazy
...Love is so crazy Why do people fall in it? Love is really crazy Why do people follow it? People will always be in pain People will always die in vain Love is worst than water Love can fit in a......Read More
Categories: canoe, anxiety, crazy, crush, love,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member River Runners
...Mist creeps upward from the valley below, As morning chill in the air settles down New River rages ‘neath a dense foggy flow. First rafts set off the launch, a “heave ho!” Tourists ......Read More
Categories: canoe, adventure, river, sports,
Form: Villanelle
Premium Member Mirmantha And The Damned Villagers
...(what once was a peaceful and delightful place joyful and friendly creatures in God’s grace) A stunning morning, a soulful sunrise The most grandiose of rainbows The villagers are spi......Read More
Categories: canoe, evil, hate, jealousy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member A Man Nighmare
...Painting by Scottish painter "Peter Doig". One of the most well-known contemporary figurative artists. In the Magic Realism style, this artwork is titled 100 Years Ago....Read More
Categories: canoe, analogy, appreciation, art,
Form: Ekphrasis
Morning Trail
...Wems Henry Temmy I enjoy lovely moments on bed That bathe my soul in awesome dream My eyes never go red For rising from bed is really a gleam Adedokun Youngjay At early dawn My eyes ope......Read More
Categories: canoe, africa, art, cheer up,
Form: Free verse

The Great Fish Maui Snared
...With canoe and hook of a jawbone below a great fish Maui snared, and his brothers half-crazed behaving leapt and gouged in frenzy craving. From Palliser Bay to Cape Reinga (departing p......Read More
Categories: canoe, home,
Form: Rhyme
Call Her Placid
...I am awoken from a restful sleep aware of the fresh air the open window brings as she begins to sing it is the sound of the loon calling me to her side I stride towards the beckoning sound......Read More
Categories: canoe, beauty, nature,
Form: Free verse
Miracle on Terrapin Creek
...Let me tell you a story One day, near summer’s end Martha and her husband Went canoeing with a friend Suddenly a log’s there! And what can Martha do? Then she’s in the water She tipped from ......Read More
Categories: canoe, funny, summer,
Form: Narrative
All is Signal think I'm simple minded because I'm nice when all I said was never fear knowledge after assassinating my inner constable to no on stage ill effect whatsoever jury selection being finally reco......Read More
Categories: canoe, how i feel,
Form: Free verse
Song of Life
...All my days passed walking on thorns. All my nights passed running on knives. Not in spring ever, my life passed only in Storm, rain and winter; Nobody offered love. Fragrance hurt my nose, flo......Read More
Categories: canoe, life,
Form: Prose Poetry
I am trying to live
...Hey what did I miss? Do I owe you something, that every time I make a move in life you react? Do I owe you success? That every time I drown, making bad decisions You recognize, Judging like a......Read More
Categories: canoe, anniversary, deep, life, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member In Memory of Ed
...I will always recall the look on Ed’s face As we lunched underneath an oak beside the river We stopped at an ideal spot on our canoe trip Ed said, “This sure does remind me of Nam!” A......Read More
Categories: canoe, sad, suicide, war,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Hedgehog Wanted a Unique Canoe
...Hedgehog did not want an ordinary plain willow or birch canoe. She was a flashy brassy hedgehog; she wanted something new. She told everyone she saw that she would be putting leaves together. A ne......Read More
Categories: canoe, 2nd grade, 3rd grade,
Form: Rhyme
... and the taste of unknown fruits the rough-skinned oblong bud the smooth texture of the pyramidal shell? now without a palate like a dead Pallas or like all dead things who did not absorb th......Read More
Categories: canoe, memory,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Otter Nonsense
... Lawd, it rained and rained all through the night! Then he woke with a terrible fright. That unusual feeling? He was pressed to the ceiling, With his head sticking in the skylight. He......Read More
Categories: canoe, silly,
Form: Limerick

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