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Heavenwards Poems - Poems about Heavenwards

Heavenwards Poems - Examples of all types of poems about heavenwards 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 heavenwards.
Premium Member More practice lanternes fragile shattering splinters and shards sliced fruit apple tangerine pomegranate pips storms gather culminate massive downpour drench swoop gliding heavenwards ......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, art,
Form: Lanterne

Premium Member Soft Whispers of Light
...We sit in the boat watching the lake meet the moon with such grace, as if the two of them were so enchanted by this eternal dance that they barely notice the mountains. The deep hue of the lake becom......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, dream, moon, night, stars,
Form: Free verse
Living Vicariously
...Do you ever look into the field of azure to a plane just a dot in the sky and imagine yourself in the cockpit As it freely ambles by Looking down on this patchwork of earth below Unfettered......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, extended metaphor,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Thought of the Day
...As heart lotus blooms ~ soul heavenwards zooms 10-August-2022......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, heart, love,
Form: Couplet
Premium Member Joy Ineffable
...Giving up struggle, with love let’s snuggle; our heart joyful thus, aboard God’s bliss bus. Plot not loss or gain. Striving is in vain. Touch divine cherish; all else will perish. Love qu......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, joy, love, spiritual,
Form: Jueju

Premium Member God Alone Is
...Assign not ownership to cravings of ego rooted in dark desire, being but illusions, in this world, they aspire. Assign not ownership to imagined knowing, that seeks but an applause, deepeni......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, god,
Form: Monchielle Stanza
Premium Member Bliss Continuum
... At each breath’s eventide, within void of stillness, with divine laws abide, entwined with That oneness, heavenwards we thus glide. At each breath’s eventide, sans thought interfere......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, joy, spiritual,
Form: Monchielle Stanza
On Second Thoughts
...And shall this piece of twisted wire bring me all I could desire, and will this ugly-looking button that tears my flesh to shredded mutton, grant me up there a first-row seat where heavenly ange......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, humanity, paradise, suicide,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
The Seasons
...Spring Green buds on beach trees Bluebells carpet forest floor New born baby cries Summer Sleepy afternoon Fly humming at window pane Cornstalks bent with gold Autumn......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, imagination, metaphor, seasons,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member Stoic Spirit
... let us turn our senses inwards heart lotus erect heavenwards emptiness of form magnetised soul in cave of heart realised path of stillness not for cowards 31-August-2021...Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, spiritual,
Form: Quintilla
Spirit of the River
...It laughs with the coming of spring, on riverbanks wild grasses cling, flowers waft a scent through faint mist, on gentle winds leaves sway and twist It drifts and floats with its current, ......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, joy, river,
Form: Rhyme
How It Crumbles
...A couple of ruins leave the cathedrals nave and portico; it is always molting season, mice and beetles help they nibble and gnaw, wind-laborer’s, labor, their whiplash backs bent, to lever sla......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Love's Luster Rising
... Eyes..eyes, I always see your lambent eyes. Staring at me, ever scintillating, As the glimmering, summer sands of time. Dreaming of drifting heavenwards with you. Like two......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, i love you, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
On Second Thoughts
...And shall this piece of twisted wire bring me all I could desire, and will this ugly-looking button, that tears my flesh to shredded mutton, grant me up there a first-row seat where heavenly ang......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, conflict, hate, violence,
Form: Dramatic Monologue
Skiddaw, a Cumbrian Fell
...Highborn, regal Skiddaw Such grace in one so high, A countenance of majesty, A fortress to my eye. Looking down on all around you Immense in all your might, From your foot, we lift our eyes ......Read the rest...
Categories: heavenwards, beauty, mountains,
Form: Rhyme

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