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Columbine Poems - Poems about Columbine

Columbine Poems - Examples of all types of poems about columbine 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 columbine.
Premium Member summer jamboree
...yarrow jamboree is five syllables ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Summer Jamboree summer jubilee carnival spun in saffron ~ long lemonade days fields of sunflowers glow like ......Read More
Categories: columbine, flower, fun, summer, yellow,
Form: Haiku

Premium Member Sweet Nectar
... Mountain Columbine. Butterflies with Honeybees. Drinking sweet nectar. ......Read More
Categories: columbine, appreciation,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Harlequin
... Harlequin is moody and sad Columbine is acting crazy again His behaviour was extremely bad Readily accepting part of the blame. Difficult Columbine plays hard to get She's furious wi......Read More
Categories: columbine, funny, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
... This picture is of the Columbine flower by John Denver. (He was dead long before the shootings at Columbine.) In my life, I was so blessed to meet you. You cherished all people, nature,......Read More
Categories: columbine, dedication,
Form: Rhyme
It Was An Eastern Red Columbine
... With his long narrow beak he drank drawing out nectar from a flower it was an Eastern Red Columbine, an Aquilegia wild desire ... Nature was singing a sweet refrain sending sunshine to......Read More
Categories: columbine, appreciation,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member ONGOING ELEGE
...ONGOING ELEGY The words you’re about to read are part of an ongoing elegy that began in 1999 after 12 students and one teacher were killed in the halls of Columbine. We immediately looked to o......Read More
Categories: columbine, death,
Form: Rhyme
Inevitable death defines afterlife - deux
...Inevitable death defines afterlife - deux Flinty stones figuratively rolling inside whooping out that primal binaural beat of your drum ma mind haphazardly ricocheting axon to neuron induci......Read More
Categories: columbine, absence, allah, angel, atheist,
Form: Rhyme
A Mile High, Maybe
...Columbine in the mountains are the palest of blues; Ours are more intense. Gentle born ahigh and free Tougher raised from within a fence. Blooms match the hue of and reach for the sky, Els......Read More
Categories: columbine, beautiful, flower, nature, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Wagon Man
... The Wagon Man Wagon John, Wanted My Thoughts On Columbine and Gun Control 4-20-2000 The place, was Littleton Colorado, the school, Columbine High. But it could have happened in any s......Read More
Categories: columbine, death, high school, school,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Value of One Life
... "Were it possible, a vast number of human beings would likely relive at least one day in their lives -- each being utterly ignorant of the consequences." -- a Rationally Ethical poet not......Read More
Categories: columbine, pain,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Eldorado
...Oh, give me a home where majestic buffalo roam, Where antelope graze and rushing streams foam! A place where snow-capped mountains reach for the sky, And gentle winds waft through blue spruce with......Read More
Categories: columbine, beauty,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Come with me, dear
...Last eve, alone, sometime between the moon and dawn; that space between the real and what is just a dream, a chilling breath of wind flew past the curtains drawn shadows slid towards my bed; I tri......Read More
Categories: columbine, halloween, night, scary,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Tale of The Last Warrior
... *Image of Warrior and Sword by Pixabay. Tale of The Last Warrior Wouldst, such mortal traverse the crags of Ne'ermere tails, tis a grayest hour whence Luna's twilight flits her ......Read More
Categories: columbine, courage, endurance, imagery, meaningful,
Form: Metrical Tale
Premium Member summer sojourn
...summer sojourn summer strolls the hills green aspen leaves fluttering ~ wildflowers run wild edelweiss wear white high altitude’s sunflower ~ a wink and a smile columbine rockets ......Read More
Categories: columbine, flower, mountains, summer, tree,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Early Summer in the Meadow
...Taking my first summer stroll in the meadow, I marveled at the new growth and flowers The sun was shining full blast, not a single shadow My mind rummaged through its ivory towers. Wi......Read More
Categories: columbine, beauty, betrayal, extended metaphor,
Form: Rhyme

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