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Heave Poems - Poems about Heave

Heave Poems - Examples of all types of poems about heave 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 heave.
Premium Member Religion vs Spirituality
...brought up a Christian we were taught to believe Jesus is the only true saviour saved from sin ~ burden we heave somewhere not far away, another soul born and brought up in a Hindu hou......Read More
Categories: heave, god, religion, spiritual,
Form: Rhyme

... My thoughts are mine, I cherish them Unruly as they are They freely keep me company I keep my mind ajar Too much are these sensations These hunches, these ideas Much wilder than the tempests ......Read More
Categories: heave, space, time,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member Featherless Angels
...Written: October 27, 2023 For Ink Empress Contest _____________________________________________ Under the diaphanous glow of the moon. They rise sequentially to a delig......Read More
Categories: heave, analogy, angel, appreciation, beauty,
Form: Rhyme
Reach For the Sky
...I watched as the lights flashed and golems of flame entered this serene green temple heave our hands closed our eyes we began to vomit flies we comported hand got onto the backs of horses for we were......Read More
Categories: heave, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Report By End of Day
...Administrators want us teachers to record anything physical that happens This is a grade school, so a lot of physical things go down. Throwing, hitting, punching, kicking have to be reported. We e......Read More
Categories: heave, teacher,
Form: Prose Poetry

Premium Member Heartbroken 1249
...When I had to leave, if you’re finding it tough. Because forever would not have been enough. Try not to let your lonely, broken heart, heave. If you’re finding it tough when I had to leave. I w......Read More
Categories: heave, dog,
Form: Quatrain
Premium Member Eating the Wave and Particle
...So when we peel it all back, where did it all come from. I mean when you get past the birds and the bees, the plants and the trees The sea and the sky, the planets and the universes and the cosmos ......Read More
Categories: heave, perspective, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Musings On Faith
...So when we peel it all back, where did it all come from. I mean when you get past the birds and the bees, the plants and the trees The sea and the sky, the planets and the universes and the cosmos ......Read More
Categories: heave, philosophy,
Form: Rhyme
Golden Season
...Golden season, leaves falling to fade They give shine to the bounding glade On the streets, like carpets they lie Where charmed hearts and sweet lovers walk by On nearby fields, the happy c......Read More
Categories: heave, seasons,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Bon Appetite
...Bugs to flour plants to wheat you eat your bugs I will eat wheat flour you watch the crickets I will watch wind blow sheaves You spend millions on a bug factory but cannot spend it on health c......Read More
Categories: heave, perspective,
Form: Free verse
Epistle Xxiv - the Twilight
...(I) I am the rickety salamina, embarking on a voyage towards the distant isles of apotheosis nestled in the Mediterranean’s indigo expanse (II) From a distance, your gaze, like the falca......Read More
Categories: heave, christian, god, jesus, religion,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Should I Quit Being a Poet
...Written: September 1st, 2023 Would You Love Me If I Wasn't A Poet? Sponsored by: Silent One ______________________________________________________________ If my ......Read More
Categories: heave, analogy, appreciation, love, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Non Labor Relations Day September 1st 2023 Poem
...Non labor (relations) day September 1st, 2023 poem Aye dream of Genie (as a lad din) Schwenksville, Pennsylvania - keystone state abbreviated as Pea Yay, this stupid non huge poem deployed cou......Read More
Categories: heave, 12th grade, adventure, angst,
Form: Rhyme
Fretfully Aching To Feel Fit As a Fiddle
...Fretfully aching to feel fit as a fiddle After experiencing a severe, albeit violent near lethal bout of irritable bowel syndrome (yesterday night August 30th, 2023) triggered courtesy dulcola......Read More
Categories: heave, abuse, angst, anxiety, dad,
Form: Rhyme
The Shovel
...It’s quite a thing to lay a life to rest, to place rocks over roots rotten with age, cover leaves once green with soil, sodden from rain. Conceived in the meeting of metal and wood, born a size......Read More
Categories: heave, analogy,
Form: Free verse

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