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Grasp Poems - Poems about Grasp

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Premium Member Star Song
...Silent stars speak through rays of light Listen to them every night Perched up in heaven out they stare Life may well exist everywhere Silent statues who pray from dark naves Oceans lapping wa......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, day, heaven, life, nature,
Form: Couplet

Premium Member A Stoic’s Chlorophyll Corona
...Sonnet I In realms of emerald hush, where sunlight strains Through veils of green, a silent throng takes root, A clovered congregation on the plains, Their stoic forms a timeless, lushfu......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, feelings, nature, philosophy, psychological,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Fate and Irrelevance
...In the grand theater of existence, we play our part, A journey through time, a tale from the heart. Life, not short but fleeting, slips through our grasp, Moments like sand, slipping from our clas......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, age, life, philosophy, time,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Kayaking Down the River of Lies
...I eased our kayak into the river of lies. There was me, Dave and Jim, experienced guys. The current grew stronger, Jim said he would quit, He said it felt wrong, the scene didn't fit. Dave urge......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, adventure, allegory, truth,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member The Walls of Egypt
...I only remembered it for a minute second Some dream bound for the black hole. A minuscule moment it was Slipping into the fabric of no dimension. The actor forgetting their single stage moment ......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, analogy, desire, garden, history,
Form: Narrative

Premium Member Barbarossa III
...A new command would counter their attack to stay the storm that harkens at your door. ‘Twould be a feat that stunned the iron pack for nothing dared defy the wolves before. And though his pack c......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, world war ii,
Form: Crown of Sonnets
Premium Member The daily grind
...Trailing clouds of glory do we come Until by the end we are left dull and glum. How it all came to this We are responsible For being so remiss The magic of our early moments Emblazoned in ......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, corruption, slavery,
Form: Free verse
The yellow leaves of Kaj
...Yellow Leaves of Kaj Thus, I learn to be glad in this room. The Chilghoza of the mind is black but the light is blue, If you search for green leaves, you will find yellow. Those monste......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, 11th grade, blessing, color,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member The freedom to fly
...If you want to fly free You have to let go Of the things that bind you To the ground you know Useless possessions Pointless chatter Exchange them for the things that matter Stop trying to......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, freedom,
Form: Free verse
I’m a hypocrite
...I met a boy who was willing to give me his all, He was ready to rip his own heart out for me, But mine was too busy beating for you. I thought this was a chance to move on from the tight grasp yo......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, absence, angst, confusion, feelings,
Form: Free verse
... Dear Temporary Bliss, I Sense a Shift Amidst When I No Longer Crave Your Embrace or Your Kiss Reaching For The High Hanging Fruit Wet Behind The Ears, "Know It All" Youth Suspicion Birthed B......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Death's Whisper
...In earth's mournful sigh, the day does fade, A quietus bow, as light to dark is made. The sun descends; its fervor now grown still, As night's embrace, a somber, haunting thrill. Death's whispe......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, death, death of a
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Yearn
... Written: April 15, 2024, For Constance La France Y words Contest Rumi Quote: "Longing is the core of mystery. Longing itself brings the cure. The only rule is, suffer the pain. Y......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, analogy, longing, love,
Form: Rhyme
...Everyone has a past that they wish they could forget, but for some, it lingers like a bad debt. No matter what we try, it won't go away, And even prayers don't always keep it at bay. For me, I tr......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, evil, forgiveness, growth, introspection,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member A Cinematic Vision-I Saw God But Now What
...Yes, I affirm, I have seen God But He appeared and then disappeared This knowing that transcends mind, left me awed But until what’s imbibed is assimilated, by fears I’m seared—Unseeking Seeke......Read the rest...
Categories: grasp, god, spiritual, spoken word,
Form: Rhyme

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