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Nature Heroic Couplets Poems

These Nature Heroic Couplets poems are examples of Heroic Couplets poems about Nature. These are the best examples of Heroic Couplets Nature poems written by international poets.


You Did It, Now Undid It by Clifford Chapman
The moving finger writes and having writ
moves on. And that's the bitter core of it.

So did you scheme to mold we are so base,
like you're...

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Categories: death, innocence, love, lust,

I shall survive by Abdul Basit Ismail
Isn't there time for everything?
living in night of terror,
When fear and grieve is deeply flying in the darkness of the skies.
Yet i shall survive.
Wondrous scenes...

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Categories: adventure, africa, anger, anxiety,



Daughter of an officer by jagdish bajantri
Daughter of an officer 

Who gives his life for nation 
Who lives in dignity for our nation 
Who pulls the powder of salt and 
make...

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Categories: blessing, child, father son,

Premium MemberMY ONLY HEROIC COUPLET by Brian Strand
re-post inspired by Constance contest

Come walk with me ,around my rural clime,
We'll pen verse , posey and lyrics that rime

A heroic couplet, after style of...

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Categories: nature, poetry,

Premium MemberThe Gods Must Be Crazy by Rhoda Monihan
The gods must be crazy to create such bad logic, 
To validate suffering, pain and distress, they tick,
To allow their existence, ‘cos that’s what logic’s...

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Categories: discrimination, fear, gender, god,

Premium MemberThe Christmas Tree by Rhoda Monihan
I just love the Christmas tree which we welcome into our homes, 
Symbolising nature, the natural, challenging our views and roams;
Settling in our cosy living...

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Categories: christmas, history, nature, tree,

Premium MemberSilent Strength by Rhoda Monihan
The golden eagle flies through the clouds so swift and easy,
And a tree with nest is her stay for years of three;
One or two fledgling...

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Categories: animal, baby, bird, character,

Premium MemberKeats Nightingale by Rhoda Monihan
Keats’ Nightingale

The romantic poets were too early to postulate total atheism,
And so freshened up the church by aligning god with nature,
And I believe they had...

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Categories: appreciation, beautiful, beauty, bird,

Premium MemberThe Ocean by Rhoda Monihan
Vast, powerful motion of all time,
How many do you facilitate sublime?
To discover, protect and to ably fight, 
By wood, to keep our territory right. 

To...

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Categories: journey, nature, ocean, science,

Closure by Jamie Yost
You and me we've met before
Without thinking we opened Love's door
Time stood still light illuminated dark
Heaven bequeathed an undeniable spark

A fiery reunion of the ages
Passion...

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Categories: betrayal, break up, conflict,

The Blood Stained Bridge by Christopher Thor Britt
Into the timeless wood he fled, running from the night
While demons of his past gave chase beneath the pale moonlight
The man dressed in soiled rags,...

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Categories: allegory,

Twice Born by Christopher Thor Britt
A gentile man of vivid dreams oft apt to walk at night
Followed where his feet would lead under the pale moon light
When chance he did...

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Categories: allegory, bird, dark, moon,

A simple bouquet Like one of these by John Beam
Sweet pea smell Gardenia at Four o'clocks                  ...

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Categories: allegory, love, nature,

A true rose of Jericho by John Beam
 I come whence I go the Lord alone knows 								            like this wheel...

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Categories: allegory, death, faith, life,

Premium MemberWaiting For Spring by Joyce Johnson
Since spring forgot to come and winter stayed,
My garden is untilled, seeding delayed.
A sodden March ran damply through each day.
I hope for April to remove...

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Categories: nature, spring, beauty, april,

Camping by Jack Reed
Sky’ turning from sun rising morning dew. 
Camping in the woods green lit sparkly view.
Starting a campfire to make breakfast. 
Then to the lake fishing...

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Categories: adventure, nature, visionary,

The Bold Silhouette by Demi Chang
Plunging through rough terrain,
Head held high,
Leading others with passion uncontained,
Blazing clearly in the scattered blue sky.

No matter how relentless,
The obstacles assail,
He will defy nature,
And therefore...

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Categories: life

Heavenly Feast by Robb A. Kopp
chicken from Heaven
crabs feasted ten till eleven….
nets trapped me seven
...

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Categories: animals, food, nature

Freak of Nature by Jack Reed

Freak of nature- is a on going thing.
Things are changing- in this world of strange.
Ice is melting- on the polar caps.
Will not be long- before...

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Categories: confusion

Cold Journey by Debra Robillard
The old draught horse with weary hooves will slog
through wet snow pulling hard and breathing fog

and he glides still near farms and fields where we
dream...

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Categories: animals, family, history, husband,