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Interpretation Poems - Poems about Interpretation

Interpretation Poems - Examples of all types of poems about interpretation 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 interpretation.
DANTE TRANSLATIONS
...DANTE TRANSLATIONS These are translations of Dante epigrams and quotes by Michael R. Burch: Little sparks may ignite great Infernos.—Dante, loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch ......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, christian, desire, god, heaven,
Form: Epigram



A to Z of Power of Poetry
...Ancestral echoes in crumbling stone, Ballad of battles bravely fought and known. Civilizations carved in shifting sand, Dawning inspiration, a poet's helping hand. Each era's eye, a fresh interp......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, poems, poetry, poets,
Form: ABC
Premium Member Stranger Love
...A spoken word meandering unbound, its own master measure, broad and profound, subject to interpretation thereof, binds poetic minds in Stranger Love. Two distant seeking souls through subtle......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, destiny, love, romance,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Wayfinder
...I am going to rest here wearing down the chair feeling one's weight Emotional set-up was climbing the walls light above, with no ideas got stopped by the police for walking within the fields ......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, absence, care, courage, deep,
Form: Free verse
Temple Hymns of Enheduanna
...Enheduanna (circa 2285-2250 BCE), the daughter of the famous King Sargon the Great of Akkad, is the first ancient writer whose name remains known today. Temple Hymn 15 to the Gishbanda Temple of ......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, faith, father daughter, god,
Form: Free verse



CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS 4
...CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS 4 Catullus LXV aka Carmina 65 loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch Hortalus, I’m exhausted by relentless grief, and have thus abandoned the learned virgi......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, brother, death, death of
Form: Free verse
Idol
...The moments you can never quite inhabit. Floating and dodging attempts to clutch and hold. As if to savor, remember the taste exactly. As if stories are heard only through fastidious inter......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, love,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Beneath the everyday attire, the spirit falls ill, dormant
...Beneath the everyday attire, the spirit falls ill, dormant, In the monotony that seems an eternity of silver smoke, contingent. Boredom weaves its fabric between walls of flesh, walking dead, Many......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, fantasy,
Form: Free verse
Fukuda Chiyo-ni haiku translations 3
...Fukuda Chiyo-ni Haiku Fukuda Chiyo-ni was a Japanese poet and painter of the Edo period, also known as Kaga no Chiyo. Having seen the moon I can bid this planet farewell. —Chiyo-ni, loose tr......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, animal, dream, heart, humanity,
Form: Haiku
Fukuda Chiyo-ni haiku translations 2
...Fukuda Chiyo-ni Haiku Fukuda Chiyo-ni (1703-1775) was a celebrated Japanese poet and painter of the Edo period, also known as Kaga no Chiyo. CHIYO-NI POEMS ABOUT WOMEN AND DESIRE How alarmin......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, desire, flower, mother son,
Form: Haiku
Fukuda Chiyo-ni haiku translations 1
...Fukuda Chiyo-ni Haiku Fukuda Chiyo-ni (1703-1775) was a celebrated Japanese poet and painter of the Edo period, also known as Kaga no Chiyo. Because morning glories held my well-bucket hostage......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, animal, fire, nature, night,
Form: Haiku
Haiku Translations by Michael R Burch
...Am I really this old, so many ghosts beckoning? —Michael R. Burch Sleepyheads! I recite my haiku to the inattentive lilies. —Michael R. Burch Stillness: the sound of petals drifting dow......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, death, god, grave, life,
Form: Haiku
SINKING
...These are poems about sinking, poems about drowning, poems about loss, and poems about new discoveries we sometimes make while feeling lost... Sinking by Michael R. Burch for Virginia Wool......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, death, fate, fire, grave,
Form: Rhyme
WRITTEN IN PSYCHEDELIC INK
...WRITTEN IN PSYCHEDELIC INK Wrongly chosen words convey naught Creating impressions of the wrong sort Even when inspiring lines deny empathy Especially showing contempt for simile Causing bloo......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, metaphor, psychological,
Form: Rondeau
What means real? Huh
...People being simple, sadly always stumble. As we they ecounter stairs they wanna believe or not, quick they get into greif and deciding for a dot. ,,God sounds surreal", they say. Lamps that Cover......Read the rest...
Categories: interpretation, boat,
Form: Blitz

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