Tree Iambic Pentameter Poems

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


Premium MemberEnd of the Beginning by Wayne Kingston
no doubt remains my heart wears thin without
that part which makes thee smile against each day,
we flail away healing proud deviation - 
suspicions fraught sans...

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Categories: evil, garden, loneliness,

Premium MemberThe Classical Whisper by Probir Gupta
The tree is breezy you will come I know
The jasmine wind is waiting to greet you
The hands of the clock moving very slow
On the rose...

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Categories: imagery, life, love,



The Photograph not Taken by Ryan Brown
The serpent whispered secrets in her ear,
Enticing Eve to eat forbidden fruit.
The tree was rank and rotten to the root,
When Adam thought their maker wouldn’t...

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Categories: 11th grade, bible, creation,

Blood and Envy: A Cautionary Christmas Poem by Jude S. Walko
Blood and Envy - A Cautionary Christmas Poem
By Jude S. Walko 

Twas some time after All Hallows Eve.
The roof started to leak like a sieve.
But...

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Categories: boy, christmas, father son,

Premium MemberThe Kiss of Klimt by Eileen Manassian
I hurried through the halls of Belvedere
To reach the floor where I could see “The Kiss”
The place I’d find his artwork was so near
I finally...

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Categories: tribute,

Premium MemberHe Waits for Me by Elaine George
Invisible though you may be, I see
That look of ever yearning in your eyes
Your voice in utter silence calling me
Your presence always lurking at my...

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Categories: death,

Premium MemberSarajevo - Under the Linden Tree by Vee Bdosa
    Sarajevo - UNDER A LINDEN TREE
The morning lights and to another day
a pirate's chest you've found but will not stay
for longer...

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Categories: conflict, tree, war,

Premium MemberLILACS' IMMORTAL BEAUTY by nette onclaud


 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,

Premium MemberWhore In the Fog by Vee Bdosa
       WHORE IN THE FOG
All evening fog is settled from the ground,
not right in where it goes, nor where...

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Categories: french, paris,

Premium MemberDoylestown Pennsylvania YOUR MORNING BAGEL by Vee Bdosa
      YOUR MORNING BAGEL Doylestown PA
Consider this, as buds break out on trees
not yet a leaf, the sight that no...

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Categories: beauty, birth, food, time,

Premium MemberWinter Storm by Sandra Haight
Winter Storm


Inside our warm and comfy bed tonight,
we'll see white sparkling flakes fly past the moon
and mounds pile up 'neath gold and silver light
where satin...

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Categories: storm, winter,

Premium MemberParis Whore In The Fog by Vee Bdosa
       PARIS WHORE IN THE FOG
All evening fog is settled from the ground,
not right in where it goes, nor...

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Categories: absence, addiction, sad love,

April by Lana Judnic

If I would be stronger,
without crucial mistakes,
if I would have last longer,
wouldn't step on the brakes.
Wouldn't consider an ending,
surrender at last,
get depressed at a bird...

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Categories: life, love, stress,

My Tree and Me by Don Ford
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Categories: nature, tree,

Premium MemberSummertime by Sandra Haight
Our mid-year month of June brings summertime
that deepens colors of light springtime green.
With thicker foliage, tree tops entwine
and sway with rhythm, peaceful and serene.

June's green...

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Categories: beautiful, summer,

Childish by Al Amin Abdul Moin
The boy, he drowns in it, 
That double-breasted flesh blanket, 
Striped and stylish upside down noose,
It's too hard to get loose.

Death delayed as he sees...

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Categories: child, childhood, growing up,

Not Taller At All by Yvonne Uzzell
Not Taller At All

There were birds in the garden. There were birds in the air. 
There were birds on the rooftops. There were birds everywhere....

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Categories: bangla, children, philosophy,

Cornelia's Red Vest by Yvonne Uzzell
Cornelia’s Red Vest

Cornelia Chipmunk wears a red vest
Without it she feels pos-i-tive-ly undressed
It has thirteen pockets and twenty-one zippers
And fastens in front with some Velcro-like...

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Categories: animal, children, family,

Forest of Song by Roger Blakiston
A candle is lit in the forest of song,
Where the witches come out in the glen;
And the nightingales dance,
As if in a trance,
All watched by...

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Categories: earth, imagination, tree,

Sorry, No Purgatory by Cynthia Buhain-Baello
A tree is known by its fruit, this we know.
Actions prove the person as these always show
What he believes,  and the truth he imparts
What...

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Categories: judgement, truth,