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Hawk Poems - Poems about Hawk

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Premium Member Rich Poverty
...t the poor from this grind. To not have roaches or rats, to share your lonely bare home. Or tattered walls where the hawk comes in, to let you know his cold. Yet, this is true life, adventures, love, and pain. Where people hope for b......Read More
Categories: hawk, america, deep, humanity, inspirational,
Form: Free verse

Starlings Descend
...nt. They land where they please. See them strut like dinosaurs, eyes as black as a total eclipse. Owl, eagle, and hawk fear to draw near, for look, the starling throng has descended here.......Read More
Categories: hawk, poetry,
Form: Free verse
A Bird of Prey
...on the hunt, those eyes detect The slightest move or quiver, Allowing an attack with talons Ready to deliver. The hawk or falcon (don’t know which) Remained in place a while, Then flapped its wings and swooped away In classic hunti......Read More
Categories: hawk, bird,
Form: Rhyme
...therwise it is all for naught Continuing to plot Many quick to squawk Others partake or just sit and watch Like a hawk Because they intend to stalk By now, it should come as no shock Wake up, don't scoff And think you got it all, ......Read More
Categories: hawk, dark, deep, life, poetry,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Life In The Desert
...ings, new life. The desert hare scurry among the Teddy Bear Cactus. Palo Verde support the quail as the great hawk circles the land and the owls follow their path while the arid breeze gently provides relief for all. Dee......Read More
Categories: hawk, environment,
Form: Free verse

... Wonderful is the mighty plane. even so the bird I prefer, endless marvelous flight of the hawk freely fly that inspires me... Disgust with the desert dryness, makes me feel breathless I love t......Read More
Categories: hawk, adventure, allegory, allusion, appreciation,
Form: Free verse
Final Draft, imagery not relaying The ivory tower a dungeon to me where freedom goes to die The wind in the willows, a hawk on the wing —my verse to course and fly (The New Room: October, 2021) ......Read More
Categories: hawk, freedom, writing,
Form: Rhyme
...edience. The wolf should always howl, for all that's allowed, to be free from hunters and to always run wild. A hawk should fly free, behind the moon and stars, not behind a cage with a latch key. The man who turns away, from ......Read More
Categories: hawk, care, devotion, life, pets,
Form: Rhyme
...m rock. His passing away left me in grief and shock. Feels like life got stuck in a dock. Death came home like a hawk. No more escape from the dark Light ain't staying forever in park. For all of life I will remember the date. ......Read More
Categories: hawk, bereavement, death, death of
Form: ABC
Man of Means
.... Tongue like an asp Punctured words Words like a bee Meaning that stings Oh, yes. A man of means. Hands like a hawk Punctured grasp Grasp of a kite Contented, preens Oh, yes. A man of means. Sharp as a shark Punctured veins......Read More
Categories: hawk, bullying, dark, evil, hurt,
Form: Rhyme
...The Hedgerow birds are wilting, even the circling hawk gives them no alarm. All is too low to the baking ground, the hot irons of the sun are smelting bones. This ......Read More
Categories: hawk, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Keeping Her Guests Safe
...moon a nod, and the moon curtseyed, a curious sight. What is the password? He heard the faerie ask the next guest, a hawk. Faerie would not let him in, because he might hurt her guest the owl. The hawk was not admitted and gave a most ......Read More
Categories: hawk, fairy,
Form: Rhyme
...s to wheelchair seniors, Every passerby entranced. Vendors set up on the sidewalks, Food carts had their treats to hawk; What a lovely day in sunshine At the MetFest in New Yawk. *Metropolitan Museum of Art ......Read More
Categories: hawk, new york, today,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Mountain Meaning I - Prayer of the Hawk time.” “I suppose so But actually I was entranced By the crowns of the Oaks sweeping the sky And that Cooper’s Hawk nest along for the ride Swaying basket beneath a parachute “A Fledgling teetering on the edge “Doesn’t fly a......Read More
Categories: hawk, bird, earth, soulmate, spiritual,
Form: Free verse
Juvenilia: Early Poems XI
...em! Earthbound by Michael R. Burch Tashunka Witko, better known as Crazy Horse, had a vision of a red-tailed hawk at Sylvan Lake, South Dakota. In his vision he saw himself riding a spirit horse, flying through a storm, as the ha......Read More
Categories: hawk, boy, poems, poetry, student,
Form: Rhyme

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