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Nature Elegy Poems

These Nature Elegy poems are examples of Elegy poems about Nature. These are the best examples of Elegy Nature poems written by international poets.

Premium Member Aksum Of The Covenant
Old Persian expedition of eight ships
Eight hundred soldiers on board with whips
Traveled and obliterated Aksumites of good gesture
People of worship, peace and humane nature

Aksum of...

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Categories: faith,

Premium Member Dead
I found him lying on his bed,
hair tousled and with a sweet smile.
I realized that he was dead.
I knew this was no show of guile.

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Categories: elegy, death, death of a

Premium Member Elegy For Milt
Smiles and Laughter

I’d rather be noted for eliciting a smile
Bringing a ray of sunshine into your life
Than to have awards, trophies, and note
In a world...

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Categories: death of a friend,

The nature has been unruly
Where we laid our chimneys
Pandemonium whirling in the air
The accents terrible was heard
The hatched to the woeful time
Manifest the obscure birds

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Categories: anger, death, death of

I am Africa
I am a mother not a murderer
Patronage of numerous natural resources
Filled with beautiful creatures are my tropical
My heritage, adorned with glorious cultures
In the...

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Categories: 6th grade, africa, art,

Elegy for the Northern Royal Albatross
They called you Grandma - 
         matriarch of Taiaroa Head. 
Your husband of seventeen years, Blue Green,

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Categories: elegy, bird, nature,

Rainer Maria Rilke: Second Elegy translation
This is my translation of Rainer Maria Rilke's second elegy from his Duino Elegies, which he began composing at Duino Castle in 1912. 

Second Elegy

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Categories: angel, art, desire, eulogy,

Rainer Maria Rilke: First Elegy translation
This is my translation of the first of Rilke’s Duino Elegies. Rilke began the first Duino Elegy in 1912, as a guest of Princess Marie...

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Categories: elegy, angel, beauty, desire, metaphor,

One on the chin
I know life is fleeting, it all but crumbles to dust,
willessly washed away by the passage of time.
So easily lain waste and forgotten.

Yet for me...

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Categories: beauty, grief, hope, love,

Premium Member bye-bye-birdie
pieces of candy
in the sky 
amidst the trees
songs sashay
upon the breeze
a taxidermist dream...

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Categories: nature,

Blood of the Innocent
Nature has cast it's spell on us. 
Virtues of our pasts reels! 
Who, what shall stand well to defend us?

Nature has bless us with its...

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Categories: abuse, bereavement, death, depression,

They weep, when they get hurt.
They laugh, when others are hurt.
They protect their unsatisfied home.
They attack on other’s heaven.
They always live life with discrimination.
A single...

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Categories: death, deep, depression, desire,

Old Judd
They buried old Judd the other day,
the poet laureate of the hay,
the village bard of mighty word, 
admired by goats, by cats preferred.
Human admirers had...

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Categories: death, nature, poetry,

Premium Member Death of a Poet
A man of artistic nature
swept homeward heaven's way
a poet whose life on earth is done
now setting stage in heaven's domain.

Rest in peace fellow poet John...

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Categories: death,

Yet the will is
Anu; I think-
Give you a kiss-
Maybe I'm leaving,
Corona's gradual revolt-
The procession on the other side is mine
In time message-
Waiting for the eternal journey.
My endless night...

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Categories: 1st grade, abortion, assonance,