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Cornflower Poems - Poems about Cornflower

Cornflower Poems - Examples of all types of poems about cornflower 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 cornflower.
Premium Member blue-eyed midnight
... * This has become a fave genre for me, as I’ve always been fascinated by metamorphosis and introspection of a shadowy nature … I hope you enjoy it. * ~ ruin of me … what was......Read More
Categories: cornflower, analogy, beauty, dark, fantasy,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member My Gypsy Muse
...“I can hear my muse whispering tenderly in my ear. There is a story that wants to be told, and I'm merely its chosen vessel.” ......Read More
Categories: cornflower, muse, poetry,
Form: Free verse
..."Poetry is a life-cherishing force. For poems are not words, after all, but fires for the cold, ropes let down to the lost, something as necessary as bread in the pockets of the hungry." ......Read More
Categories: cornflower, appreciation, tribute, writing,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Remember Sapphire September
...Warm, cornflower blue September skies, escorting In the beginning Of pleasant cool, wet, autumn Shortening colorful days. 9/6/2022......Read More
Categories: cornflower, autumn, september,
Form: Tanka
Premium Member Black Swan
...I saw you … high … atop the promontory spinning with manic madness pirouettes et fouetté lost in yourself - in movement … your upper back split, low and, I swear - feathers … peeking … tu......Read More
Categories: cornflower, fantasy,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member A Simple Tale
...I watch with interest as crows glide over a wheat field. Such a fine sight under simmering sun. Smiling at the occasional poppy blazing red, such a contrast. There is not one cornflower ......Read More
Categories: cornflower, nature,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member A Passing Storm
...The tattered remnants of a thunderstorm flashes slivers of lightning without form, retreating from a sky set to transform. As the sun starts shining, honeybees swarm, while Nature quickly......Read More
Categories: cornflower, anxiety, image, imagery, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wild Flax
...Son, each day I will ride Through waving cottonwoods Near the broad river bend Where the wild blue flax grows. It is a special place That your grandfather knew Where he pledged all his love ......Read More
Categories: cornflower, dance, flower, love, river,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Down In the Summer
...Pink throated hummers deep in the colorful blooms thrum the only tune cornflower blue skies hummingbirds in plums and reds whipped cream clouds adrift the scents of sunshine follow the day......Read More
Categories: cornflower, beautiful, bird, color, flower,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member She Gave Off That Vibe
...She wore a Gothic look on the sands of time Looking a bit maniacal, but this could be the make-up Was she trying for Steampunk or something newer? Something she created for herself? I was curiousl......Read More
Categories: cornflower, poets,
Form: Light Verse
Her Gorgeous Eyes
...she hates her eyes cause they're not light and bright like others cornflower blue yet to disdain such pure beauty you would be a fool i don't understand how she can feel that way towards the......Read More
Categories: cornflower, 11th grade, for her,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Colourful Meadow
...Colourful meadow on summer day Blue cornflowers vie with wild primrose Perfect poppies with elegant sway Peaceful place where beauty grows. Artist ponders this habitat Colours perused ......Read More
Categories: cornflower, beauty, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Forest of Dreams
...In the forest of my dreams where Divine light shines through Seeing prisms of spectacular beauty of pinks, mauve and cornflower blue The wind whispers through the trees generating a sublime s......Read More
Categories: cornflower, happiness, nature,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mother Nature's September Tapestry
...September brings cheers, Mother Nature’s woven tapestry of earth tone colours and first day of school of learning new things. By_Poet Warm, cornflower blue September skies, Chase......Read More
Categories: cornflower, autumn, imagery, school,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member We Are Pig Farmers
...At first Pig Meadows did not seem to me like much of a wow. They head toward the barn, a bit closer; I can stay in the house right? So large! Children say. You should see the biggest pinkest sow. ......Read More
Categories: cornflower, animal,
Form: Rhyme

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