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Estuaries Poems | Examples of Estuaries Poetry

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List of Estuaries Poems

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PMPoem TitlePoetFormCategories  
Continent Wide Yogic Carpet Ride Unveils Qualm matthew harris Free verse estuaries, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Premium Member Poem Singular Heidi Coon Free verse estuaries, appreciation, change, courage, encouraging,
Premium Member Poem Tuned Ebony Shades of Ecstasy millard lowe Prose Poetry estuaries, analogy, beautiful, emotions, imagery,
Premium Member Poem Translation of Eric Mottram's KRIM: Autobiography to September 1989- III by T Wignesan T Wignesan Free verse estuaries, america, angst, character, conflict,
Premium Member Poem Translation of Eric Mottram's KRIM: Autobiography to September 1989- II by T Wignesan T Wignesan Free verse estuaries, america, angst, drug, emotions,
Premium Member Poem Translation of Eric Mottram's KRIM: Autobiography to September 1989- I by T Wignesan T Wignesan Free verse estuaries, america, angst, art, friend,
Velvet Glass Ingrid Showalter Swift Free verse estuaries, fairy, faith, light, love,
Premium Member Poem The Love of A Sandpiper Victor Buhagiar Free verse estuaries, bird, love,
Singularities Dalton Ogletree Rhyme estuaries, poetry, rap, word play,
Premium Member Poem Star Voyage Freddie Robinson Jr. Rhyme royal estuaries, space, travel, universe,

Song of the mystic whaler
by Ronald Tirino
Song of the mystic whaler 

Come on board to play and work 
come on board to learn to sing and praise the mystic whaler 
sailing...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, environment,

A River's Autobiograghy
by MADHUPRIYA SHANMUGAM
I was born at great heights,
For the peak of morning rays and the glacial snowy nights ,
I never listen to my parents nor their way,
And...

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Personification | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, beautiful, nature, river,

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To Rivers Running To Freedom
by millard lowe
 To Rivers Running To Freedom
 (Apropos The Underground Railroad)

With eyes wide open
And souls burning,
While they rested
We were running—
Running dreams
To visions like rivers:
Cascading estuaries; 
Wide...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, america, analogy, angst, black

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Neap Tide
by Debbie Guzzi
Now, life has almost passed us by,
and peaceful resignation reigns;
the beach, a spawning ground of old,
shrieks mournfully in sea gull tones.

The neap tide’s come to...

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Blank verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, age, beauty, love,

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TUNED EBONY SHADES OF ECSTASY
by millard lowe



Tuned Ebony Shades of Ecstasy

Here we are—
black as the night;
sable souls singing songs
of Nubian love—slow dancing
on opaque rhythmic nimbus clouds.

Unshackle melodies of generations
flow from charcoal...

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Prose Poetry | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, analogy, black african american,

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Fr Time's Bicameral Homily
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Time echoes and resonates without language,
invests in green triumphal backdrop,
below misty blue sky,
spotted
blossomed in yellows and spindling purples
blues and flaming orange,
fragile moments of fully fertile...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, earth, health, humanity, psychological,

The Explorer
by dennis jones

...and then just as suddenly, constellations appeared in a daytime sky, framed by white pines crawling with multicolored caterpillars.  So from this day forward,...

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Narrative | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, beauty, color, culture, fantasy,

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Echo Time
by Gerald Dillenbeck
Time echoes and resonates without language,
invests in green triumphal backdrop,
below misty blue sky,
spotted
blossomed in yellows and spindling purples
blues and flaming orange,
fragile moments of fully fertile...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, black african american, culture,

SITUATED
by Kim van Breda

situated…
near the rudder 
of your soul
a mist that
makes me
shudder

down rivers depths
where estuaries
meet in strange
whispers melting
in my mouth…
voiceless

delicate shadows 
dancing on skylight 
innuendos
sublime
undressing your
lines…

I stumble
and
fall

 (for...

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Imagism | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, muse, passion,

Serial Colors
by uniC CJonr
Crossroads of the Damned.

Bones are the foundation of which display dead.

Without a drop.

My mind is filled by blood.

Tears of the current sickness.

Tormented torrents which flow...

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ABC | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, emotions,

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Into the Heart of a Soulless Existence
by stark hunter
Into The Heart Of A Soulless Existence

Damn these flies! 
There must be a half dozen of them 
Buzzing around my tiny room here, 
Buzzing and...

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Dramatic monologue | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, education, girl, heart, lost

Mean
by Glenn McCrary
Tones of depreciation eject forth estuaries of spittle
Causing unsought billows of panic
Why can’t society be more appreciative
Instead of dejecting them
And divesting them of criticism
Communication is...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, life, mystery,

Helotry
by Glenn McCrary
A fecundity of plight precipitates
And as each second lapses
The vibes ascend
With theatrical depth
Though steadily she refrains
To refine her adamant tones
Whilst I dissolve
within estuaries of helotry
...

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Verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, life,

Lucy X
by Glenn McCrary
Hazed by the dire rope of death

A subtle incandescence flickered

A white light glimmered like meth

Whilst hushed peaked a snicker


Her smile an adequate sedative

Terminating vivid estuaries

A...

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Sonnet | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, dedication,

My Best Rain Poem
by Dane Ann Smith-Johnsen
Mountains feel its cascade.
Yesterdays remember its destruction.
 
Blossoms drink its delightfulness.
Estuaries enliven effervescently.
Sunshine shimmers during sprinkles.
The freedom of rain exhilarates.

Rainwater refreshes.
Acclimates the atmosphere.
Invigorates the soul.
Nurtures...

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Acrostic | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, naturerain, rain,

Clam Digging
by Robert Pettit
I'm one of many people with shovels in the sand.
Some even go digging the crude way by hand.
In the estuaries, it is now low tide.
There...

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Rhyme | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, adventure, workpeople, people,

Where melting ice flows....
by jay del fierro
Polar caps in melt will flow
undulation currents blow...
ocean,bay,rivers and streams
tributaries from estuaries...

The arctic,beaufort,and the baffin
hudson,james,and the st.lawrence
into 5 great fingered lakes
flowing into rivers make...

The mississippi...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, natural disasters, nature, seasons,

Ne Plus Ultra
by Anna Jones
Ne plus ultra

How do you write about an Epic love?
A love that eclipses time.
Is that possible anymore?

What about a love so Hurculean
so potent that mountains...

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Free verse | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, love, passion, love, me,

Ancient Storm
by Sharon Fallis
Distant drums of pompous thunder,
resolute flying lightning bolt.
Evidenced the probable blunder,
played by heaven's musical note.

Castigate the black clouded sky,
it's refusal to disrobe from under.
Heaven's portentous...

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I do not know? | Create an image from this poem. | Categories: estuaries, allegory, imagination, life, nature,