Home Cinquain Poems
These Home Cinquain poems are examples of Cinquain poems about Home. These are the best examples of Cinquain Home poems written by international poets.
age, home, house, life,
spiders and bats
leaking peeling creaking
cold breath of wind frosty windows
I HATE THE FACTS
care, conflict, environment, fear,
I hate when he's always away
I hate that he's not home to stay
The slamming of prison hates
I hate all those fates.
I hate the news...
No Place Like Home
3rd grade, 4th grade,
There's no place like home now or ever for me.
I love being here in my own space, you see.
My collections, colors, and black dog abound.
NEXT TO HER
analogy, angst, beautiful, how
She's a gentle flower blowing in the wind
Next to her, kisses and pleasure please
Black silk hair buckles my knees
I can't pass the hours until I...
Tired and lazy' against the day
Lost in blacks and whites and grays
Howling north wind
Sure takes a man's fight away
A dreamer's home on...
anger, angst, boy, brother,
If it were not for a song
Midnight train to Georgia
Little child runnin' wild
Fellows mellow hanging
Aah Dem days
goodbye, image, peace,
Of dew on grass
Descended the dense dusk
The flock of black geese returned home
28 May 2017 for John Anderson's
Cinquain Express Train Contest
A CINQUAIN cinqku
cinquain, animal, work,
the game-keeper heads home
Smashed Avocados on Toast
home, house, money,
I ever have
the home loan deposit
while I eat smashed avocados
Where Ignorance sleeps in the Head
africa, analogy, conflict, power,
Tragedy where ignorance sleeps in the head
Citizens bleat for mercy and compassion
Women’s beads of tears roll for their seeds
Garden tools apply for visa to go...
Neglected Then Connected
abuse, animal, dog,
a sweet puppy
without a home to live
warm bed given by a stranger
Written By: Laura Loo
Date Written: February 18, 2016...
The one who survived
Your pale angelic face
Twirling in each corner of home.
Written for the contest "The One Who Survived" Sponsored by Sara Kendrick...
autumn, feelings, home, mother,
feel it? The crunch
beneath our feet as we
stroll along this path leading home!
September 26, 2015
Kansas City, Mo
Stephen Becker pen name Brian Stoaks
natal streams beckon home
from the great turning wheel they come
Sunrise, Visual 7
beauty, earth, home, paradise,
welcomes the sun
earthly beauty revealed
celebration in paradise
My Path Visual No 1
winding through life
some steps uphill, some down
takes me though desert and bower
Engulf my heart
That Valerie did break
Please come back home dear Valerie
beauty, happy, home, longing,