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Grass Poems - Poems about Grass

Grass Poems - Examples of all types of poems about grass 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 grass.
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: grass, analogy, desire, garden, history,
Form: Narrative



Happy Earth Day
...Happy Earth Day Nature is always in her beauty from sunrise to sunset, Look at the colors that are on display. Happy Earth Day, ......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, 12th grade, 4th grade,
Form: Narrative
High Earth
...Deep sky, ankles seeping into grass. Through the thicket, light pushes through, a thousand bracketed sky windows. Deep earth gives way, fades way down, to where legs reach up, to a tople......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, poetry,
Form: Free verse
SUNdrenched sorrowS
...Sundrenched sorrows Sundrenched worries of tomorrow’s Troublesome wind and rain Driving me and you insane I can’t be sane… Anxious as always It remains here to stay… Going through these days......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, angst, appreciation,
Form: Lyric
Loop
...Along the South Banks, I sat staring at the river Shimmering in city lights, Ferries gliding by, Occasional airplanes in the sunset sky With a half-baked moon, All reflections are converging in......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, beautiful, emotions, feelings, how
Form: Free verse



Premium Member Rock and Water
...I was conceived in the warm haven of a mother’s womb. Developing..........growing………. morphing……….through the epochs of time. Then suddenly, on no day in particular, I emerged into the sunlight. ......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, 12th grade,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Mushroom Picking
... In the cool of an autumn morning my father and his friend, Jimmy Kerin, would go mushroom picking in paddocks way out past the last suburban fence. I would tag along not to pick but feel th......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, autumn, dad, memory, mother,
Form: Free verse
Faith
...The end was not a surprise. These last few weeks are like a prize. But then you become more confused. When your suffering, we can’t refuse, To deny you tranquility. You are a precious kitty. We......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, cat, loss,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Love Blooms
...I had fun brushing the sky, with its impeccable blue, then a sweep here and there of cloud’s silvery lining. A few waffled spots amplified the intensity of hue. Screws lightly driven at the base......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, art,
Form: Ekphrasis
Premium Member Do Poets Always Walk in the Rain
...Do poets always walk in the rain? This poet once did When she was but a kid. The bathwater of summer drops Cascading from suburban chimney tops, Puddles on pavement Begging for splashing, A ro......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, childhood, growing up, innocence,
Form: Rhyme
Dissociation
...Hands hovering above the sink. The sound of blinds shuttering doesn’t make me blink. The mirror catches all. A shining chasm on the wall. Across the threshold, into the sound. Sounds indistinct ......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, mental illness,
Form: Rhyme
Yellow
...“The sun is a lion roaring, shaking his mane of golden light.” - by poet Dandelions roar: Yellow lions in the grass Mimicking the sun. ......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, yellow,
Form: Haiku
The suicide
... The suicide His question The night wraps itself around him Like a comforting blanket of stars And for a moment there is silence No questions roaming in his head He thinks of her ......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, suicide,
Form: Free verse
Is It Spring
...Is it Spring? How long has it been? Is it Spring? I don’t see the grass growing, the lawns are dry, the leaves are falling off the trees and the temperature is burning at a hundred and thirty degrees......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, age, america, beautiful, body,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member The Flower Seller
...The Flower Seller Amelia wares un- cuticled painted nails, She hop scotches a pirate on one leg, Tip-toeing long sun cast morning shadows, beneath billowing hand stitched, salty sails; ......Read the rest...
Categories: grass, africa,
Form: Free verse

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