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Ivy Poems - Poems about Ivy

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Premium Member In An Old Country Churchyard
...Ah! To be buried in an old English churchyard With the dark green ivy and wild roses Where the sweet nostalgic aromas hill the air And the church bells ring their clear tolls My soul with the L......Read More
Categories: ivy, beauty, death, love, religious,
Form: Rhyme

Premium Member The Old Rusty Gate
... The dream begins at the old rusty gate, it groans- moans as I push it open wide; to reveal a house in a ruined state, and through decaying tangled vines I glide. The house like a......Read More
Categories: ivy, fantasy,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Weed Whacker
... A line trimmer doesn’t really eat; That’s a trick that would be quite neat. Instead, it tends to aerosolize, Throw grass in your nose and rocks in your eyes. Turns poison ivy to a fine......Read More
Categories: ivy, silly, work,
Form: Couplet
Our Love
...Have someone caught your eyes In mine? Had anyone glimpsed Our love? There's one secret that I kept, But I'm dying to divulge. Yesterday I saw you With her hands in yours She gazed you the ......Read More
Categories: ivy, betrayal, cancer, fantasy, woman,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Nothingness
... “Nothingness” Words lines drawn unending dusk to dawn characters recognised transcribed in the mind where voices unheard plant meaning wild ivy ......Read More
Categories: ivy, muse,
Form: Free verse

... it wasn't the right day to go outside to get the seeds, the land, fertilizer and whatever? don't feel the bad taste of seeing what have we become without knowing? these sparrows wandering a......Read More
Categories: ivy, allusion,
Form: Free verse
Animal Stew
...Alison Alligator eating artichokes on a ant hill, watching Beverly Bear floating on a cloud over there, which developed a leak, drenching Charlotte the twin headed eleph......Read More
Categories: ivy, 1st grade, animal, children,
Form: Rhyme
Into the Garden
...I come into the garden Where many beauties grow Where saplings sprout and harden Where flowers bloom and glow The fresh and fragrant flowers Are sending scents sublime As from the verdant bow......Read More
Categories: ivy, beauty, garden, god, green,
Form: Rhyme
The Last Dance
...Fields that once were ripe with crops Now play host to blackface and cheviot Where the children ran and played Among the bluebell and the thistle Now screams the wind in bansidhe wail Looking fo......Read More
Categories: ivy, allegory, betrayal, longing,
Form: Dramatic Verse
Premium Member Symphony of Spring
... Feeling my skin, tender sun-kissed Moment treasured not to be missed. Am in the mood to be beguiled Spring arrived and came in style. Beauty of flowers takes breath away Amazing c......Read More
Categories: ivy, spring,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Real Pilgrim
... Let me tell you a story … Many pilgrims had passed this way before him but had rarely stopped before trudging up the muddy path to the top of the hill and then disappearing out of sig......Read More
Categories: ivy, journey,
Form: Narrative
Premium Member Delving Into Denial
...A serpent lies writhing on our divan, we see now how denial might begin. Hissing at all who would foil his vile plan, our fatal flaw is not delving right in. Climate Change is much more a twist......Read More
Categories: ivy, change, conflict, environment, fate,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member heart
... "Heart" Deep fissures formed in the cracks of the nowhere place where time leeched bleeding claret through the green veined blues protean bit by bit ......Read More
Categories: ivy, muse,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member April Flowers Spring
... April, you fetch, rebirth of spring to rise early, lacing in verdant green, spacious gardens, seed bloom, embracing ivy seen April, you fetch, rebirth. compelling rich, nectar nip, butte......Read More
Categories: ivy, flower,
Form: Monchielle Stanza
Premium Member The Lives I Have Known POTD
...It has been ages since the laughter died, which was many suns ago, Soon swept away by fleeting time, like the brief giggle of a rainbow. My vacant halls now are silent, and the flower garden is o......Read More
Categories: ivy, absence, house, imagery, life,
Form: Couplet

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