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Nature Lanterne Poems

These Nature Lanterne poems are examples of Lanterne poems about Nature. These are the best examples of Lanterne Nature poems written by international poets.


Premium Member Sequenced - January View
wind
whispers
in the trees
this cold winter 
day . . . 
a
brown bird
is chirping
and twittering
loud . . . 
a
snowflake
drifts and twirls
spinning down, down
down . . . 
my
cold...

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Categories: nature,



Premium Member Clear


                      sleet 
 ...

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Categories: beautiful, nature, winter,

Premium Member Fairies
The 
Fairies
Subterfuge
Watching humans
see...

You
Won’t see
Them for they
Elemental’s
be!

The 
Fairies,
You think they
Are imagined
Yes?

You
Don’t want
To see one
They will trap you
Slave!

Don’t
Eat their
Fairy food
Or you’ll succumb
Trap!

Out
They sneak
As humans
Leave the green wood;
Bye!
...

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Categories: fairy, fantasy, nature, poems,

Premium Member One Tiny Seed
One
lone seed
birthing to 
morning sunlight, 
one.
...

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Categories: nature, poems, poetry, tree,

Premium Member MOTHER NATURE
brown
monsoon 
her fig tree 
heart range 
leaves


7/1/19
written by James Edward Lee Sr.  ©2019...

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Categories: analogy, nature,



Premium Member SOOTHING


clouds
roll in
gliding o'er
ravenous hills
hush



posted on June 8, 2019...

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Categories: nature, weather,

Premium Member Lavender Fields of July
I 
see the
beauty in
lavender fields-
awe


Written: May 27, 2019
June or July Lanterne Poetry Contest Poetry Contest

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© Lu Loo  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: nature,

Premium Member Jar of Stars

Jar ...

Warm with

Lightning bugs ...

June meadow's soft

Stars.





~ 1st Place ~  in the "June Or July Lanterne" Poetry Contest, Caren Krutsinger, Judge & Sponsor.

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Categories: analogy, fun, insect, light,

Premium Member June's Lanterns

Dusk

of June’s

lightning bugs

usher in the

night


May 24, 2019 
for Caren Krutsinger's  'June or July Lanterne Poetry Contest' Poetry Contest
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Categories: nature,

Premium Member June
June
delights
fresh salads
grilled kebabs, all-
right.





Written 5-22-19
June or July Lanterne Poetry Contest Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Caren Krutsinger...

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Categories: appreciation, food, garden, june,

Premium Member June Rhapsody
       Birds
      Rejoice
   Happy trees
Sway in the June
    ...

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Categories: june, nature,

Premium Member Gusty Dawn Dances
Air
Billows
Crisp coiled curves
Dawn dances on
Earth

Fun
Gusts gain
Human halts
In impish ilked
Jests




... CayCay
April 4, 2019

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Categories: earth, emotions, environment, morning,

grass snake
Green
Rippling
Appearance
Sinuous and
Sleek

Scales
Nestle
As tongue flicks
Keen to taste the
Earth


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Categories: nature,

Premium Member Giant Ferns
Goose
in the
archway is
nestled between
trees 

Ferns
ease claim 
resting on
natural moss
sill

3/17/2019

Poetry Contest:  Light Up The Page 3 
Sponsored by: Joseph May
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© Eve Roper  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: bird, nature,

Premium Member Night Stars
Night
Is gold
Glittering
Holds me, oh so...
Tight

Still
This night
Arresting
Resplendent, the...
Stars



Date written and posted: 03/17/2019
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Categories: imagery, metaphor, nature, night,

Premium Member Boundless

Bulbs

bulging,

bloating - burst,

braving brumal

bite ...



Bloom

brings buds

branching bold,

blessed by blossoms,

bright.




Written and submitted on March 13, 2019
For the "Light Up The Page 2" Poetry Contest
Joseph May, Sponsor.

(Syllables...

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Categories: analogy, courage, flower, life,

Premium Member WIND
Wind

wandered

whispering

when wondrously. . .

Whoosh!


“Wail,”

went wind

while whirling

with wild whipping

whines.


March 11, 2019 for Joseph May's Light Up The Page 2 Poetry Contest...

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Categories: nature,

Premium Member Disassembling Dawn

Dusk

descends,

discreetly

disassembling

Dawn.


Dew

drips down,

dispensing
 
dispersible

drops.


(Lanterne)


Mar. 11, 2019
Light Up The Page 2 Poetry Contest
Sponsored by: Joseph May...

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Categories: 10th grade, beautiful, image,

Premium Member Shining


Rays
Spill forth
Through window
Drawing pictures
Sun

Beams
Shining
Through the leaves
On the placid pond
Moon

3/4/19...

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Categories: nature,

Sun and Fog
Sun
Sometimes
Shines brightly
After the rain 
Stops

Fog
Follows
The dampness
After the sun
Goes



3-3-19
Contest:Light Up The Page
Sponsor:Joseph May
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Categories: nature,