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Coral Poems - Poems about Coral

Coral Poems - Examples of all types of poems about coral 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 coral.
Premium Member Soft
...“Just because you are soft doesn't mean you are not a force. Honey and wildfire are both the colour gold.” ~Victoria Erickson Tonight the moon sanctioned her golden halo to unfurl butterfly......Read More
Categories: coral, deep,
Form: Free verse



Silent Forests - Whispering Shores
...Once, forests whispered tales untold, A symphony of life, green and bold. But silence reigns where giants stood, Charred scars remain, misunderstood. Oceans choked, a plastic shroud, Where vib......Read More
Categories: coral, earth, environment, ocean,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Obsessive Orange
...I will always hate the colour orange. Consider: Last meeting was on promoting sales of necklaces, The folder given was orange. Going home was a one-lane affair, An orange sign stated, “Works Ah......Read More
Categories: coral, nonsense,
Form: Free verse
Reefs
...Sunbeams, like kisses, touch the sea, A hidden world bursts into glee. Coral castles, grand and bright, Hug the ocean floor, bathed in light. ......Read More
Categories: coral, beautiful, creation, ocean, surreal,
Form: Limerick
Sharing
... Concealed molluscs, meek individuals Perceptive to truth, empathy prepared Fluoresce lucid, optimism pivotal Giving as elastic, mosaic paired Transferred c......Read More
Categories: coral, animal, baptism, change,
Form: Sonnet



Premium Member Red Sea Urchins
...Giant red sea urchins piled high on a dock. Still live, their spines wave, beckoning me. Soon to be processed as haute cuisine stock, Then sent to Japan to make roe puree. It is sad to see thes......Read More
Categories: coral, fish, food, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
Distractions
...Confusion hangs in the air like lanterns not yet lit I look around in a daze, as if I have gone astray memories somber, like watercolors flooded in gray, I shrink in the silence that floods the ......Read More
Categories: coral, confusion, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Mind Alchemy
...the mind is a dark knot like bones cracked in violent love when suddenly touched by sight ignite into light I am how the sun says I am cut in ribbons o......Read More
Categories: coral, lost, memory, storm,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Narrow Margin
... In the narrow margin between life and death, I feel as I'm walking a tightrope - but balancing. I'm a portrayal of metaphors, illuminating like spring's moon, who sunk like winter sunset, but......Read More
Categories: coral, analogy, how i feel,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member I've met Scarecrows with more Spine than you!
...I'm not addicted, so this will be easy It's a hard truth to hear so I just tune it out and I’m arguing with walls but I end up letting them fall on me “But it can only be as violent as your im......Read More
Categories: coral, addiction, conflict, desire, growth,
Form: Free verse
To Put It Poorly
...To put it poorly, You are the taste of chocolate And the pulse of being high Of caffeine running through my lungs Of screaming towards the sky And to put it even poorer, I know a bird who canno......Read More
Categories: coral, color, nonsense, symbolism,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Pearl of the Orient
... "Ang hindi lumingon sa pinanggalingan, hindi makakarating sa paroroonan". (A person who does not remember where he came from will never reach his destination). Filipino proverb. Gift me wi......Read More
Categories: coral, travel,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member first woman and fire man
...Navajo legend explains that four lights were not enough for the people. They wanted more, so first woman asked fire man for help with a fifth light. She dressed in traditional coral and turquoise c......Read More
Categories: coral, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Merwoman Mamiue
...Who can control the gold guppies the fishwisher did ask. Merwoman Mamie said she might be up to the task. She had raised some children – mermaids and mermens. Pretty soon she had the gold guppies ......Read More
Categories: coral, 3rd grade, 4th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Whispers of Palms
...In the whisper of palms,I embark upon a celestial voyage. My vessel, woven from the threads of ancestral dreams, glides through cosmic tides. Each star above is a breadcrumb, and every constellat......Read More
Categories: coral, appreciation, courage, culture, heart,
Form: Narrative

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