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Hovel Poems - Poems about Hovel

Hovel Poems - Examples of all types of poems about hovel 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 hovel.
The sagacious Ancient one
...Oh ye tortoise The longest living land animals in the world You who bear the weight of the world on your back and yet walks with a palatial gait From your hovel, you watched the hills and valleys ......Read More
Categories: hovel, analogy, animal, art, nature,
Form: Free verse

...From our hovel high up on windswept hill we view the vale below enclosed in mist, a stratus slump that slowly sways and slides, sneaking to spread the grey and drag the damp. Often, for days on ......Read More
Categories: hovel, environment,
Form: Blank verse
...Why did I let him back into my life When I know it will cause only pain, tears and strife Perhaps I’m afraid I’ll never have another Man so attentive as this sexy Latin lover He blows into to......Read More
Categories: hovel, heartbroken,
Form: Rhyme
William Blake Poems
...dark matter(s) by Michael R. Burch the matter is dark, despairful, alarming: ur Creator is hardly prince charming! yes, ur “Great I Am” created blake’s lamb but He also created the tyger ......Read More
Categories: hovel, brother, children, creation, dark,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member I Write Because
...Actually, I do not know why I write a poem I started at a very early age and continued, When I was very young, I loved to show-em In adolescence I wrote when in a grim mood. Discove......Read More
Categories: hovel, me, passion, poetry, writing,
Form: Quatrain

Premium Member Echoes Of A Shady Past
... An icy chill descends on 13 Beaver Veil Cottage as sisters Ester and Ellie walk gingerly up the steps on this wet and windy night. This once charming pied-a-terre was now in a final phase denoueme......Read More
Categories: hovel, art, birth, character, courage,
Form: Prose
Premium Member Address Unknown
...We pass their vagrant shrouds each day then watch as silhouettes excrete from hovel crates amidst the street. In fear, we hurry on our way and if by chance our paths traverse,......Read More
Categories: hovel, angst, anxiety,
Form: Rhyme
Voltaire Translations
...This is my modern English translation of a French poem by Voltaire, one of my all-time favorite writers. The poem is followed by two translations of epigrams by Voltaire. Les Vous et Les Tu (“You,......Read More
Categories: hovel, crush, french, kiss, lost
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Home Thoughts from Abroad
...The half moon shimmered wanly as she wrote “Dearest, do you realize how much I miss you? How long will your trip abroad take? Here I am in empty rich, luxury mansion. A hovel with you would have ......Read More
Categories: hovel, home,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member On the Eve of Christmas
...The poor boy heard Christmas beckoning at the door He saw every house bright with many a lamp And streets illumined with colorful lights and stars But his tiny hut looked dismal n’ dark like a pri......Read More
Categories: hovel, birth, child, christmas,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Landsbyen -Into the North- an epic poem 66
...She was happy to deliver the news if only to get a glimpse of Lumi. They had met some years back, before he had been exiled to the northern desert. She thought she would never see him again and w......Read More
Categories: hovel, christmas, fairy,
Form: Epic
Poems about Dylan Thomas
...These are poems about Dylan Thomas, as well as poems "for" and "after" Dylan Thomas. Dylan Thomas was one of my favorite poets from my early teens and has remained so over the years. I have written t......Read More
Categories: hovel, poems, poetry, poets, romantic,
Form: Rhyme
The clearing
...Pulling myself from the brush thorn ripping tictures in skin and cloth a mumble from the darkening clouds whisper traces of slipping rain before me stood a battered domain its windowed eyes unw......Read More
Categories: hovel, poetry,
Form: Free verse
freewill is a er easy we follow always thinking tomorrow if i could give it back a smile and raised hat obey a word they say ran out of rules and play choose the evil looking for the torments hovel never ......Read More
Categories: hovel, poetry,
Form: Free verse
The reward
...It is dark, smells strong, a forest floor under my feet I stumble, no light, can’t be seen, a little fear, anxious yes I am young, too young for this, my heart pounds surely too loud Eyes dart lef......Read More
Categories: hovel, child, dog, happiness, war,
Form: Free verse

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