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Immortals Poems - Poems about Immortals

Immortals Poems - Examples of all types of poems about immortals 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 immortals.
The pentacle decision
...I was rudely interrupted by white people, But it was there dream of the 420, A place that pacified everyone on the path of discovery, A place where even Hitler survived, Sharing input that we all......Read More
Categories: immortals, angel,
Form: Rhyme

Dragons Scale Underneath The Skin
...Frighten being full of bright scale Treated legend like Holy Grail Kept from all story for all times With wings like angels silver lines Wake like demons with screeching sound Chained down li......Read More
Categories: immortals, absence, appreciation, betrayal, conflict,
Form: Rhyme
The pain of the God
...For my friend, James Forte Being an innocent child, far away in the mountains running through the woods beside streams, looking at the starry sky, I have wondered myself: who am I ? I w......Read More
Categories: immortals, life,
Form: Free verse
Lonely Planet
...All is a quick flame in the melt. Every sunrise a bloom in the center of nowhere. For now we surf the body heat of an endangered species, but soon fate will engrave ours names among the falle......Read More
Categories: immortals, poetry,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Days of Sun and Wheat
...I do bereavement well, as Death and I are one. Kin to each and closer still we have both become. Ner have I traveled far, nor long have I lament, when Death comes sauntering along and strikes once......Read More
Categories: immortals, baptism, conflict, corruption, dark,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Nimbus Express
... Invitation to visit Olympus Predestined noble affair Feeling extremely timorous But, Apollo will be there. Anticipation is killing me To think I'll meet immortals Thrilling thought......Read More
Categories: immortals, fantasy, imagery,
Form: Rhyme
Elocution to bitter cola II
... Tales and folktales binds the mind's eye about firmly, spearheading log of thoughts— rock of words, after another into bridges of unified force. Father the ship on my head fanning out m......Read More
Categories: immortals, depression, grief,
Form: Elegy
Gods and Robots, Part I
...There was a belief that the gods of old received all their great power from our prayers, that out sacrifices, supplications made them so strong we’d look on and despair. But it turned out the t......Read More
Categories: immortals, crazy, creation, dark, death,
Form: Epic
The North Atlantic
... It has escaped the reams of time and soared with the winds in an endless journey of its mystic waters, where tall ships rot and men sleep in the de......Read More
Categories: immortals, courage, creation, ocean,
Form: Free verse
...It walked in, when the doors of hell opened. A never quenching fire leaves victims fallen like ashes. And once it spreads the wings, it's impossible to take the reins. Deceiving death; it li......Read More
Categories: immortals, animal, death, metaphor, sick,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Immortality
... In a movie entitled, Tombstone, Wyatt Earp said to Doc Holliday, "All right. let's finish it". To which Doc Holliday replied,......Read More
Categories: immortals, christian, heaven,
Form: Verse
... If we love each other truly, we are partners in eternity, immortals in love... !......Read More
Categories: immortals, allegory, allusion, analogy, love,
Form: Epigram
... “Tired I am, ” You told me the other day my friend, “for many good deeds have I been doing for so long but recognition for my contribution I haven’t received any. Why?” ......Read More
Categories: immortals, creation, devotion, god,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member To Be Immortal
..."Love is the emblem of eternity; it confounds all notion of time; effaces all memory of a beginning, all fear of an end." Majalbe At our wedding we said "I do" in voices sof......Read More
Categories: immortals, love,
Form: Rhyme
Immortals serenade in honor of Death
...What a sweet splendor you’re my Queen To the living and to those who have lived I once feared your harmless serenity When I was a mortal a mere living fool I once thought you are the end of man ......Read More
Categories: immortals, 1st grade, death, vanity,
Form: Free verse

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