Beach Iambic Pentameter Poems

These Beach Iambic Pentameter poems are examples of Iambic Pentameter poems about Beach. These are the best examples of Iambic Pentameter Beach poems written by international poets.


The Rock by Kitty Lou
She sat on the rocks looking out at the water
The sun reached across and she smiled as it caught her
She picked up a pebble that...

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Categories: beach, break up, hurt,

Harriet's Gift by Gail Foster
A poem for Advent.  I wish you well, whether you are a person of faith or no faith.  We are one another x

Today,...

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Categories: christmas, friendship, humanity, joy,



Premium MemberCaribe Hilton Winter by Vee Bdosa
    THE CARIBE HILTON WINTER
I know she squints her eyes from sunlight straight above
as olive hands lay to her skin, as if...

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Categories: beach, beauty, snow, travel,

Island of Sylt by Brenda Meier-Hans
I smile and feel the wind massage my face
Then close my eyes to smell the fresh sea air
The seagull’s wings catch wind then float with...

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Categories: beach, longing, peace, sea,

Can I Live in Your Lullaby by Cameron Hartley
His voice, so soft and warm, across me spread
Like a wave across a beach, or a kiss
"Your voice is so lovely," I sighed, already
Half asleep,...

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Categories: boyfriend, happy, heart, love,

Premium MemberThe Woodcarvers Reward by Eileen Manassian
He walked along the beach a man forlorn
Forgotten were his dreams, his heart was torn
The gentle waves spoke of the years gone by
And drew salt...

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Categories: fantasy,

For Ryan, My Resident Hero by Danielle White
He was born with such great talent,
in his soul it was ingrained,
it was fully formed at birth,
never needed to be trained.

His talent was astounding
and those...

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Categories: art, sea, sonday, god,

Twilight by Patricia Langston-Moran
I walk on the beach approaching night,
while sunset slumbers awaiting my sight
upon its descent to breech twilight.
The half-breed child of night and day,
is slowly dying...

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Categories: nature, time

Taps by Justin Presson
The white in their eyes and looks of surprise,
 As the mortars rain down to destroy them.
To watch as they’re slain and grovel in pain,
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Categories: death, faith,