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Immensity Poems - Poems about Immensity

Immensity Poems - Examples of all types of poems about immensity to share and read. This list of new poems is composed of the works of modern poets of PoetrySoup. Read short, long, best, and famous examples for immensity.
The Image
... There are images that seem too much, billowing out with menace to envelope our meager scale and overwhelm. Take those of an age born in a blinding ball of heat, a city laid waste ben......Read More
Categories: immensity, fear, future,
Form: Free verse

Let Mind Breathe
...The mind is a high flyer. An altitude of any measure allows it to breathe clearer. The mind breathes you. Close out this world follow the song-cycles of your land-locked wind-blown lungs. ......Read More
Categories: immensity, poetry,
Form: Free verse
... Let's understand that Love is not invented... It is ready... Words are not what concretes It to be... It is the essence that is not seen... Love does not follow rules, it is an anarc......Read More
Categories: immensity, adventure, allegory, allusion, analogy,
Form: Prose Poetry
Premium Member The Lonely Lark
... The Lonely Lark Mount, mount thou lonely lark, Not for thee the lowly air, ......Read More
Categories: immensity, 1st grade, bird, humanity,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Old Age
...Dawn seeps soundlessly in to scatter the darkness. Around is silence and quiet and calm. From my lofty balcony, I can admire the serenity Of the vast immensity of the ocean, all smell of balm. ......Read More
Categories: immensity, age, old,
Form: Rhyme

Asking, wondering
... if were not for the time to look the night size in its beauty... How could I talk to stars? were it not for the immense clarity how to appreciate the immensity, of the divine magic of ......Read More
Categories: immensity, allegory, appreciation, extended metaphor,
Form: Light Verse
Unknown, The Remnant Strands
...It befalls on me the intensity, Catapulted with dire immensity, Within which lives the sensitivity, Of them emotions built, the lightest. Then befell on me, the beknownst, Whistled in hymnes ......Read More
Categories: immensity, anger, emotions, feelings, heartbroken,
Form: Rhyme
Sovereign Souls
...Whole platoons of their thugs are out for their blood, to pluck the flames from a blaze. Your defiance is their death wish, you are a figure of such imminent threats -- to their icy sentinel of fa......Read More
Categories: immensity, adventure,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Orchid
...Read my heart now, open me Take me down to Avonlea Sit with me in Carmody Study me and you will see A man who with intensity Doth love with an immensity To move a mountain to the sea Or clim......Read More
Categories: immensity, devotion, i love you,
Form: Rhyme
Beneath the Night Sky
... Such immensity blazed in full arch overhead, sucks breath and seems to draw you upward as if gravity was lensed in its light, and there, lying beneath and looking up, you clutch the ground......Read More
Categories: immensity, night, sky,
Form: Free verse
Part 1: As English as Sausage, Egg, Chips and Peas
...A most remarkable parish spire! and, widely acknowledged as Just such...constantly commented upon being seen for the Very first time. Pressed into the church's soft sandstone walls, the shallow ......Read More
Categories: immensity, appreciation, bereavement, funeral, goodbye,
Form: Free verse
...LET GO (Song ) Let go of multi-coloured cloaks of roaming rage, of gloat see frothy waves let go wild, naked...just so, just so Mountains watch our fields of wheat let go of ch......Read More
Categories: immensity, emotions, growth, life, self,
Form: Free verse
The White Cockatoo
... Far below, a solitary, white cockatoo is flying along the valley floor. It seems lost, separated from its flock. It turns this way and that as if following some scrambled map printed on ......Read More
Categories: immensity, bird,
Form: Free verse
... The sun has the form of a golden dream the moon has the form of celestial love, the rain and the wind winter the solar heat, relieving.... T......Read More
Categories: immensity, allegory, allusion, analogy, appreciation,
Form: Light Verse
...TO HELP THE DEAF TO HEAR AND THE BLIND TO SEE “Skepticism," the poet told the woman, "is contained in human reason and can never divorce itself from it, because human reason contains the truth.”......Read More
Categories: immensity, people, philosophy, silence,
Form: Free verse

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