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Finch Poems

Finch Poems - Below are popular examples of all types of finch poetry to share and read. This list of poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, famous, and modern examples for finch.

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Premium Member A Lull
Oh, a lull of stillness, such soothing calm and tranquility,
I have fallen into eternity to a lullaby-
of little birds twittering, chirping, singing above my grave. 

Among the rows, rows of graves and graves and quiet stone statues,
different birds make their...Read More
Categories: finch, death,
Form: Tristich

Premium Member To Kill a Mockingbird: The Unsung Heroes

To Kill a Mockingbird is both a young girl’s coming-of-age story and a more nebulous production about the reasons and consequences of bigotry and discrimination, examining how good and evil can coexist within a particular community or an individual. Scout’s...Read More
Categories: finch, angst, character, muse,
Form: Dramatic Verse
A Ruby in Winter
A tree carved into the brazen edges of light
is the color of dark and cloaked with virgin snow.
Its fingers clasp an afternoon moon 
in the chilled blue of the sky. 
The color of the milk that squirts from the teat...Read More
Categories: finch, winter,
Form: Free verse
Caged Rainbow
A Northern Australian waterhole; 
here a trapper finds his goal.
One finch to surely catch my sight 
are Gouldian’s with colours bright.
Blacks, blues and greens; a purple breast. 
Yellow with white below the vest.
What shame I own wanting to show -...Read More
Categories: finch, bird, sad,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Banquet
Divinity is to me
 the connecting link,
 the evolution of energy.
 and love, likewise,
 the dissolution of separation,
 the current between gaps,
 the transfusion of forces,
 creativity unbounded.

 Out for a stroll,
 I am caught up in
 three heavenly visions:
...Read More
Categories: finch, inspirational, life, philosophy, religion, spiritual,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Diamond Firetail
Tiny finch you land with a beakful
of nesting material spinning 
a pretty crimson tail 
I am motionless, considerate of
any mishap that might interrupt
or cause you to reject my presence

I watch your numerous returns
where with lightning quickness
you successfully organize
into a tiny...Read More
Categories: finch, beauty, bird, hope,
Form: Free verse
By Quazi Johirul Islam

I am back to New York after four days
She embraced me with her wide opened arms
Offered love but I don’t find the old charms 
I’m back, in an unknown place no one stays.
Someone must have raped my...Read More
Categories: finch, 7th grade,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member And I Barely Heard the Finch
And I Barely Heard the Finch

How sweet your timid twitter,
Like a child pulling on its Mother’s dress,
And like the child, “Do you want to talk to me,
Do your little chirps mean more than seed?”

Free you fly through the dawning skies,
Problems...Read More
Categories: finch, metaphor,
Form: Pastoral
Premium Member the gold finch and the alchemy of autumn

                                    gold turning silver
 ...Read More
Categories: finch, autumn, bird, change,
Form: Haiku
Quazi Johirul Islam

Backyard birch has bloomed a green umbrella
Two white doves peeping from mid branch above
Gray squirrel searches land to seedling love
A red handkerchief spoils the glabella.
Bullnose stones offered her cold and hard lap
Wind strokes the lush hair of mid-august-land
Golden...Read More
Categories: finch, 7th grade, adventure, america, autumn, literature, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Gold Finch Had Gone
Gold Finch Had Gone

What we did was find ourselves flinch,
When we had smelled all of the stench; 
All so terrible, 
And unbearable; 
Gold finch had gone all over the bench.

Jim Horn
...Read More
Categories: finch, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member Not In
The match was lost.
Oh sure, Paine won the toss,
But guess what?

He sent them in.
Flat track, no spin,
Batsmen's big grins.

There was once a young man called Timothy Paine,
Who had the motto "No Paine, No Gain",
But unfortunately,
He found out speedily
The pun, as...Read More
Categories: finch, england, nonsense, satire, sports, youth,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member they'll listen to the scythe
Nobody listens to God anymore
even the pontiff has an ear of salt and stone
cherry cheeked cherubs play frisbee with their halos
the masses display sin like a cheap brooch
but be sure those four horses are approaching..
the collective conscience has crumbled to...Read More
Categories: finch, analogy, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Plain Beauty
plain finch puffs her chest
dew and sunlight set the stage
she trills wild glory 

Written on 6/20/2019

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Categories: finch, bird, nature,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Grinchy Finch
Grinch Finch

I once was hired to use a winch
to wrap it’s chain around a tree
a tree that held a frightened cat
I knew that this would be a cinch
for nothing ever worried me

I didn’t know there was a finch
who nested there...Read More
Categories: finch, humorous,
Form: Rhyme
Wolf and Osprey
Wolf sneaks up on finch. Grabs her in his 
canines. Osprey avenges finch. Snatches a 
hare from the glade. You fool, wolf howls, 
that hare meant nothing to me. Osprey 
swallows last bit of meat, says, Wasn’t that 
your dinner...Read More
Categories: finch, anxiety, baby, fantasy, heartbreak, heartbroken, howl, metaphor,
Form: Free verse
Spring in your step
If eager finch in flocks through hedges sow, 
they burn with crimson blaze on country lanes;
yet look like flaxen ropes that twisting, flow. 
This could be me when summer sings refrains. 

If darkened lakes with troubled waves reflect
a dying forest's...Read More
Categories: finch, nature,
Form: Sonnet
Fred the Lucky One
Mrs. Crane and Mrs. Finch,
meet at the corner store,
where they like to gossip,
before their shopping chore,
and on this occasion,
Mrs. Finch to Mrs. Crane,
mused about her neighbour,
who’s driving her insane.
‘Dulcie has a bad mouth,
about her husband Jack.
She always puts him down,
always...Read More
Categories: finch, humor,
Form: Rhyme
Irreverent Hotheaded Grinch
(Any resemblance between said title,
as told tummy by ya finch,
and commander in chief,...
not accidental, nor a cinch
buttock hum posed on behalf

of these bottom ming out
fifty states, plus Puerto Rico inch
ching, donning, and clamoring
desperately for fluffin snuff pinch)
hitter to aright "FAKE"

government...Read More
Categories: finch, age, allegory, allusion, america, analogy, care, conflict,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Watching From My Kitchen Window-JQ
Red robin searches for worms
Goldfinches out in the storm
Hummingbirds flutter about
A red squirrel chirps and spouts

Worms near wet feathers of red
Storm drops on hummingbird's head
About, a finch lands on seed
Spouts from red squirrels with greed


Jueju-Qijue With A Twist Contest

Sponsor:Charles Messina...Read More
Categories: finch, bird, nature, rain,
Form: Jueju
Following Sandra In New Orleans
Heaviness painfully throbbed your beating heart, 
as the world could not understand it
and could never see it.
With your slurred words
and tired, dilated eyes, 
I smiled, knowing you were not from here, 
watching you drenched in sweat, 
dripping down from your...Read More
Categories: finch, abuse, christmas, conflict, death, deep, drink, sin,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member A Quilt For Mother Earth
Walking stick stroking limestone paths
sunshine warming these patina hands-

A fleeting chorus of gold winged finch,
God sashaying over cherry wood violins-

Turtles playing dominos on mossy stones
amidst cattails and croaking saxophones-

Cardinal splashing in blue spruce pines
emerald hoppers popping out of nursery rhyme-

Maple...Read More
Categories: finch, earth day,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Backyard Entertainers
A yellow finch chirps a sweet melody
As black-capped chickadees steal the show
A blue jay circles in the air for food

Robins in the grass finding worms for food
As a red cardinal sings his loud mating melody
I watch out the window enjoying...Read More
Categories: finch, bird, nature,
Form: Tritina
Premium Member Songbirds in My Garden
The first bird in the spring are Robins hopping,
searching, searching for earth worms on my lawn.
          It all starts right at dawn,
         ...Read More
Categories: finch, bird, song,
Form: Rhyme
Rare Finch

Sitting outside my window
a Black-throated Finch is there.
This little bird now is on show
seldom seen, could become rare.

A Black-throated Finch is there,
hoping he'll stay for some time,
seldom seen, could become rare,
pecks at a worm to dine.

Hoping he'll stay for...Read More
Categories: finch, bird,
Form: Pantoum