Flower Imagism Poems

These Flower Imagism poems are examples of Imagism poems about Flower. These are the best examples of Imagism Flower poems written by international poets.


VOLUPTUOUS OUTLOOK by Jayaratne Weerakkody
VOLUPTUOUS OUTLOOK
Have you ever seen?	
the dark side of my face
If so, you would not aspire, my love
Take a different angle	
and look inside through my tempting...

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Categories: character, courage, crazy, imagery,

Premium MemberBeads Of Dew by Edward Ibeh
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Categories: nature, rain, simile, sound,



Premium MemberLiberty by Gershon Wolf
Wisps of flowers peek here, glance there, tremble,
 Pick their way through cracks in pavement,
  Duck down, feel around, then up, up
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Categories: flower, freedom, light,

Premium MemberThe Patience of Desert Sand by Sunlite Wanter

The desert sand lies tearless,
Not rising into stem nor leaf,
To allow creation of some waxy flower,
Shifting, winding with the Maker’s wind,

And then

The Creator’s mind takes...

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Categories: color, imagery, miracle,

Moon Rising by Steve Harvell
As the moon rises 
So it's beauty shines 
Night has fallen a chill 
Our heart's longing a love 

A warmth a smile brings 
Melting emotional...

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Categories: care, desire, happiness, love,

the best kind of spring morning by Ryn Dove
Sandals-and-sweater weather
Rain-and-mushroom-growing weather
Freshly-flowered-flora weather
Breathing-deep-the-bright-clean-air weather
Like-water-after-minty-gum weather
Every-single-color weather
Open-all-the-windows weather
Flower-perfume-loosening weather
Briskly-blowing-breezy weather
Grass-is-greener weather
Pastel-tips-of-petals weather
Swinging-from-rough-boughs weather
Down-to-earth weather
Sprout-from-beneath weather
Breaking-sweet-awakening weather....

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Categories: beauty, change, nature,

BEAUTIEST by Sidney Beck

BEAUTIEST


Twittering silently in  the field
Were the beautiest daffodils,
Their petals were concealed
Amid a flurry of yellow frills.
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Categories: flower,

Premium MemberLapis Legacy by Dale Gregory Cozart
In teal sunset
Gerberas whisper cyan secrets
jade eyes already misty
with turquoise tears
translucent as bee wings
In daisy diaspora they have germinated
a lapis legacy throughout my garden
to peacocks...

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Categories: color, flower, garden,

Premium MemberRoman Spectacle in a Garden by Dale Gregory Cozart
Statues orate
snow white odes
Lilies loquate
lavender soliloquies
Alyssum applauds
with purple passion
in summer's soft breeze 
Aquamarine asps
slither
on a swimming pool
beside bougainvillea
reaching
over ivory urns
to toss
fuchsia coins.


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Mid June Premier...

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Categories: flower, garden, imagery,

A Beautiful wife is Flower by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
a beautiful wife is flower
souvenir for the heart
giving every day a picnic
for the man she married
and the children she bears
are little beautiful flowers
from the ovules...

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Categories: metaphor, wife,

Premium MemberA Flurry of Winged Petals by Dale Gregory Cozart
Raindrops 
fall like nymphs
darting and dodging
twittering
elfin echoes
in camouflage
dancing 
on my face
skating 
on my fingernails
like frozen ponds
glistening
in a flurry 
of winged petals
balancing 
on my eyelashes
like liquid...

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Categories: nature, rain, spring,

Premium MemberAlpine Wind by Dale Gregory Cozart
It is too hot and humid for September!
Even dust specks descending in the room's sunlight
are beads of sweat running down my sides.
I bring pencil, crossword...

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Categories: humor, longing, weather,

Premium MemberStill Life with Passion and Regret by Dale Gregory Cozart
It is an unseasonable March day.
My kitchen blinds are drawn against morning sun,
their slender slats like new skin protecting the body's vital organs;
eyelids before this...

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Categories: fantasy, flower, garden,

DIFFERENCES by Sidney Beck
DIFFERENCES



Angular  granite walls
In  a flood of bluebells.

A shell of English
In  an  ocean of  French.
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Categories: flower, language,

Friend by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu
True friend, I presume
is natural flower-bed
that grows hot smiles
Is a cool oven of heat
that sets heart on fire
When hard times come
when good days appear
smoky sincere...

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Categories: analogy, friend, friendship,

BIRDS LOVE OF TREES by Mutesha Lemana
This is the time I'll talk about Cage,
Posting it on the media and not standing on a Stage,
Without wasting much time, let me open this...

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Categories: africa, age, analogy, animal,

Cloud's Layover by Paloma P
Reality is a bitch of a mistress
  everyday feels like a negotiation,
should be like a babbling brook
  over silken-like pebbles instead of
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Categories: allusion, fantasy, flower, heaven,

Miss First January by Solomon Ochwo-Oburu

Miss First January canoed from the clouds
And anchored right beside Mr. Midnight
Red flower on the right, a book on the left
Traveling bag strapped on her...

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Categories: addiction, analogy, destiny, humanity,

Out Of Feelings by Muzahidul Reza
desert sucks upper water to store in the deep
trees, plants, herbs and grasses are about to die
sunshine reflects on mirages there
mirages elude and mislead the...

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Categories: abuse, anger, conflict, confusion,

Premium MemberAnima Mystique by Connie Marcum Wong
A requiem can faintly be heard 
     in the springtime breeze
as dandelion's morph from gold 
     blossoms...

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Categories: flower, metaphor, women, universe,