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Rose Imagism Poems

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

Premium Member Delighted by her Sweetness
Blips of sunlight on a dappled brick garden path led me to
experiment with a glimpse, and then a peek.
I was immediately mesmerized by the beauty...

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Categories: garden,

I Am Envious of the Sky Bird
It all began one afternoon

The ground was hot and the world seemed bounded
But up the sky the boastful sky bird glided gaily
Enjoying the boundless splendour...

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Categories: allegory, anger, bird, imagery,

It happened that time
it happened that time
the sun lost its path
inside cotton wool of the sky
and it never rose again
the moon drowned
into the abyss of the pacific
and it...

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Categories: irony, mystery, nature,

Premium Member THE SEED OF LIFE
the seed in its warm, moist womb of soil.
wiggly worms in the nutritious nest.

root and stem wriggle free from their straight jacket act.
the sprout frenetically...

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Categories: life,

Cut the papaya

Cut the papaya into pieces
The tree became  slender
Throw away the lid of your wishes
Tear the police force asunder

It rose from the sea into lilies

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Categories: life,

Premium Member Jemaa el-Fnaa - Assembly of the Dead
Stand still, eventide ...
I am a capricious cad, among wraiths,
Waltzing with a mop in a Marrakesh courtyard -
Catching stars as they drip with waxy and...

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Categories: analogy, appreciation, beauty, imagery,

Premium Member The Third Chime
They say it is the darkest hour,
But I wonder, can it be?
For the hour that precedes the dawn
Is preferable to three.

That of all the chimes...

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Categories: dream, fantasy, imagination, muse,

Premium Member When the Moon Rose Full
By the light of a rising moon
Did I once fall in love.
I believe it was the month of June 
When the moon rose full above.


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Categories: first love, irony, longing,

Premium Member Bouquet of flowers
In a crystal vase, a flower bouquet I arrayed:
Iris flowers purple, yellow on its outer edge

Interlaced with a layer of tulips burgundy-red

Beholden to support...

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Categories: flower, love,

Without Petals
~~~To Be Unadorned or bare~~~ 

Like a lone rose left unattended in a garden; 
my beautiful petals were carried off by the 
scorn of the...

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© Niyna Che  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: abuse, women,

Premium Member Archangel Jophiel and I
I am stifled, stagnant, stressed and seriously strung 
from streetlight to streetlight
There is nothing left, my energy is kaput, gone. 
My creativity is something I...

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Categories: garden,

Reminder of Love
Remnants of a withered red rose
Found in one of a precious book

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Categories: image, imagery, imagination,

Premium Member May Day Faerie
Wafting in a lazy leisurely swishy way
Floating casually, unaware of her mystical prowess,
She glides gently on the May breeze, in a mysteriously calm way
Intriguing cardinals...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

Guided Meditation

Beneath the silent stars, the gathering of special minds 
orbs, crystal angels you and I, we all meditate in kind 

Enjoy the music and the...

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Categories: appreciation,

Ah! The birds delicate voice sings
Dawn broke! Precious chirping ringing in my ears
The exaggerated sun rays lift the beauteous hues
But for some reason the experience...

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© stacey law  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: blue, imagery, rose,

Black Rose
I have walked roads so wide
I have seen beauty held in pride
To be frank,
You’re beauty’s bank
Your body has a voice
That weakens my choice.
You’re a woman...

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Categories: 10th grade,

Again and Again
Still happened again?
Or I'm the one who can't explain?
I've tried baby, can't you see?
Is it true you liked to unite like a bee?
Or you will...

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Categories: 11th grade,

My Nascent Poetic Tribute To Black History Month mini chap book 1
this just one example of many peoples
   UNFAIRLY subjected
to subservience and exempt
   from enjoying the fruits of their labor.

January twelfth two...

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Categories: 10th grade, 11th grade,

A red rose, red love
O my Love's like a red, red rose
That's newly sprung in June;
O my Love's like the melodie
That's sweetly play'd in tune.
As fair art thou, my...

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Categories: 12th grade,

Premium Member Sleeping Beauty, And Beast
A paradoxical marriage
Of danger and innocence
Savagery and tenderness

Contest: Image Me a Poem
Sponsored by Mystic Rose

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Categories: girl, sleep, surreal, tiger,