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Spring Iambic Pentameter Poems

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


Premium Member A Sneeze to Spring
It started with a sniffle one March morn’
When on my car that telltale film appeared
And I knew well this coat it had not worn
For overnight...

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Categories: seasons, spring,



THE SEASONS - Iambic Pentameter - Blank Verse
Winter
Winter glows, it's drifts, it's plains, soft and white.
It's cold belies a threat to all, fear it!
It's there come night or day death don't forget!
Wrap...

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Categories: iambic pentameter, autumn, spring, summer, water,

Premium Member Winter's Weathered Hue

The wonder of your smile is always there,
   just like you gave me on that special day,
      when...

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Categories: love, marriage, seasons,

MILL WHEEL
The mill wheel would not turn until the spring,
the ice, springtime, thawing, now showing bling.
The mill, now in motion, mill pond, full spate!
Hark, the grinders...

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Categories: spring,

Ode to Six Lines
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To write six lines of smiles I'll find a treat,
for my best friend, nature, in spring, a joy!
Birds sing, bring cheer, new life, alleluia!
Small bird,...

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Categories: bird, joy, nature, song,

A Lost Sense of Purpose
Long ago in the short-time lively spring
In the grassy plains of a small island
Came from nonexistence a young sapling 
Nurtured by the love of her...

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Categories: 12th grade, art, best

Premium Member Doylestown Spring Rain
DOYLESTOWN SPRING RAIN
I watch the sky begin to fill
with clouds that roll and pitch until
all Heaven seems so black and bleak
then lightning makes a sudden...

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Categories: rain, spring,

Premium Member ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS
  ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS
Abbreviated by an early autumn night
the summer, once tormented by a torrid sun,
relented to September, as if dying might
give reason to...

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Categories: autumn, change, farm, grandparents,

Premium Member ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS
      ALWAYS ALWAYS ALWAYS
Abbreviated by an early autumn night
the summer, once tormented by a torrid sun,
relented to September, as if...

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Categories: autumn, summer,

Premium Member Sarajevo Snack
     SARAJEVO SNACK
Speak softly to the tune, it plays out in the night,
and never think that Sarajevo hasn't named the song.
Division...

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Categories: betrayal, hate, world war

Premium Member Celtic Love
      CELTIC LOVE
The paths We take under the eye of god
and Universe, but some consider odd
Great Lord of Heaven, knowing...

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Categories: ireland, marriage, pride,

Premium Member LILACS' IMMORTAL BEAUTY


 Somehow   I always know when Spring will come 
By the fragrance of lilacs in the sun ;
Their trembling buds awake beside my...

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Categories: flower, spring,

Sav-i-our
Sav[i]our
The white winter mist encases my lungs, 
Like the smoke of my last cigarette did; 
Sweet, soothing, real. But like me, not bitter.
For the longest...

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Categories: absence, angel, anger, beauty,

BREEZE
Breeze
A whiff of zephyr blows across the trees
Swirls softly, upbeat, so salubrious
 It whispers Spring, heralding gentle breeze
 See budding blooms lift up heads, curious!

Evanascent,...

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Categories: change, feelings, seasons,

Premium Member My Imaginary Restaurant
'It's A Small World' Restaurant ~ Hudson Valley, New York


My restaurant makes sense, it's rational...
     the food I serve is multinational;
selected...

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Categories: fantasy, food, world,

The Scarlet Rose
To love one so fair, is but a mystery to me,
To be able to charish someone, Tis' a fantasy.
Her hair as autumn as the sunrise,...

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Categories: analogy, deep, god, inspiration,

Dark Night of the Soul
Inside each fearful soul there hides a song; 
Within the darkest night there shines a light;
The tunnel may seem endless, yet in truth 
The brightness...

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Categories: deep,

She Comes, Part Two
The drum, the drum, the Druid in the East
The daylight shattering the glass of night
Behold the mead and cake that form the feast
Behold the glorious...

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Categories: england, magic, mother daughter,

She Comes, Part One

For all the night she trod the furrowed earth
As she has walked all winter in her wake
In seeking for the child she brought to birth
The...

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Categories: england, magic, mother daughter,

Premium Member Famous Last Line
Original Poem - Dreams Still Grow


Once I felt the warmth of balmy spring...
breathed deep the scent of blossoms, fresh and pure...
I thrilled to sounds of...

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Categories: age, inspirational, life,