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Lark Poems

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Upon An Infinite Flight
When the morning lark has honed its  silver chirp,
a dream-like canvass floats into a higher octave,
setting passages alight with sun filled prospect as eternity dissolves its outer limbs....Read More
Categories: lark, beautiful, beauty, birth, blessing, dream, feelings, flying,
Form: Prose Poetry



Premium Member THE RAINBOW SMILED
rain fell from the vast blue sky
lark looked;for dry limb~
wish came true, when rainbow smiled










2-11-2020
Alexis Y.
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Categories: lark, nature,
Form: Haiku
Wanderer
I wandered over hills and dales the wind against my back
salmon running in the streams but I never learnt the knack
among the fields of buzzing bees and butterflies a flutter
distant sounds of thunder now sending wild birds to scatter

I wandered...Read More
Categories: lark, animal, butterfly, environment, happy, weather,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member unsung heroes
lark spreads wings at dawn

sun folds reticent clouds –

shrike strikes in pursuit


foxglove spreads soft seeds

hedge shelters nature’s will –

dusk bears fear of growth


stars shine midnight oil

comets applaud rise and fall

night rings in silence


06th February 2020...Read More
Categories: lark, prayer,
Form: Haiku
August
August-bright adamant, 
Purple, bright, sweet. 
It stores your talent 
And its taste is sweet and sour. 

In the last month of summer 
The area is standing and breathing heat. 
The foliage is ready to change color, 
And the butterflies fly...Read More
Categories: lark, august, song, summer, yellow,
Form: Blank verse



'If music be the food of love,play on'
‘If music be the food of love play on.’
Let mellow harps arouse the appetite
And ‘lark ascending’ serenade the night.

If melody enhances sweet romance
Then may the air be filled with joyful song
And flute with graceful timbre play along.

If music serve to...Read More
Categories: lark, love, music,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member THRU MARITIME MILES 2-REFLECTION
In spite of the way I was doomed in my past
I might have resumed all my duties at last
The ship captain's daughter who killed for a lark
Was tossed overboard in the path of a shark 

The captain himself made a...Read More
Categories: lark, adventure, nonsense, ocean,
Form: Rhyme
Scared of the Dark
I have been scared of the darkness below
The sun glows bright and the wind will blow
I have been unprepared for the worst again
The moonbeams glimmer above like my pen

Was in solitude for hours
Ideas sprouting like flowers
Lost my heart in the...Read More
Categories: lark, angst, confidence, emotions,
Form: Lyric
Premium Member the song of the lark

the song of the lark

as green leaves dance with the breeze . . .

gold seeps from the sky


Jan. 31, 2020
for  William Kekaula's "strict haiku" Contest...Read More
Categories: lark, nature, spring,
Form: Haiku
Premium Member What Is Beauty
What is Beauty? Is it Truth? Is it Art?
Or the mean of the Golden Ratio?
Whatsoe'er beauty is, it does not show
in the vain and ugly, but in the heart
of them where love and charity take part;
it manifests in the wise,...Read More
Categories: lark, art, beauty, love, math, philosophy, sin, truth,
Form: Sonnet
Premium Member Bittersweet the Memory
 
I will turn back the beautiful pages of my childhood life,
with a deep love that cuts my heart like a knife-

I am walking hand in hand with my father in a park,
and in the distance is the sound of...Read More
Categories: lark, life,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Heart is Shattered
'Let Him Who Is Without Sin Cast the First Stone.’

The Bible, John 8:7
____________________________________

I have a great sadness deep within me,
there is a disappointment in my soul;
I am weeping with tears to fill a sea,
for a person who it is said-...Read More
Categories: lark, sad,
Form: Sonnet
Just a Brief Diversion
Picked up a "girly" magazine 
Some put such mags down
If you overdo porn it is no good
But looking at beautiful naked woman
must be understood
To be a relevant past time 
and yes in this poem 
I do rhyme 
Most modern poets...Read More
Categories: lark, inspiration, poems, sexy,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Skyward Lark, Moon, Trees, Hollander
In blue tinged glow of lustrous night,
Hollander watches bird in flight.
In breathless, quiet, shadowy gloom,
Trees are restless, night's abloom!

Hollander, where has gone the sun
In which you had so much fun?
And when evening's come, and shadows fall,
You stand and listen to...Read More
Categories: lark, beauty, bird, dark, moon, nature, night, tree,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Around The Universe
Like the wind
stars love to travel
celestial
journeying
exotic vacationers
racking up mileage.

Occasionally
a brief stopover
induces
a star to
settle down in a new place
happy as a lark.


...Read More
Categories: lark, poems, poetry, space, stars, universe,
Form: Free verse
Buddies Under The Sea
by Wayne Wysocki

An unlikely pair of symbionts
In harmony do swim
Through sunny, tropic waters,
Beyond the coral rim;

'Tis strange, for one is monstrous
And one is like a lark;
How oddly they are mated,
The pilot fish and shark....Read More
Categories: lark, fish,
Form: Rhyme
Loon Who Would Love a Lark
Loon Who Would Love a Lark

When Trump sang we had to hark;
Raving mad who seemed so stark;
Angels said,
He wet bed;
Loony as a loon that loved a lark.

Jim Horn

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Categories: lark, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Loon Who Would Love a Lark
Loon Who Would Love a Lark

When Trump sang we had to hark;
Raving mad who seemed so stark;
Angels said,
He wet bed;
Loony as a loon that loved a lark.

Jim Horn

...Read More
Categories: lark, allegory, analogy,
Form: Limerick
Premium Member The Lunatics Are In The Park
THE LUNATICS ARE IN THE PARK

A full moon and, the lunatics are collecting in the park
The oldies have seen all before; the kids think it a lark

The lunatics are eating the grass, the kids, smoking it
There is some kind of...Read More
Categories: lark, crazy, moon,
Form: Couplet
Love Letter From The Soul III
My Dearest Brava,


On Q I'm awakened by the boom
sounds of thunder in my soul
lightning striking fire

I'm burning up 
and the day is yet to wonder

the lark consumed 
cats eyes, shined
walking fence posts after dark
twinkles amongst stars


it's three and I only...Read More
Categories: lark, love,
Form: Romanticism
Premium Member The Artist That I Most Prefer

In music and artwork and poetry too,
top artists by genre I think must be none.
There simply exist too many of them
for me to name as the best only one.

So when asked who my favorite artist is,
I sat and I thought...Read More
Categories: lark, art,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member How Cold Can It Be
Iridescent fishes are swimming today in the sea.
I want to jump in and swim a bit. How cold can it be?
I dive in the bitter cold waters on a simple lark.
Grateful when I am devoured by a big hungry shark.

...Read More
Categories: lark, 10th grade, 4th grade, 5th grade, 6th
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Game Show Question
Canine, incisor, molar to.
What are all three? I’m looking at you.
One hundred thousand dollars up for grabs
Ellen is waiting showing her abs
Dogs teeth, teeth dogs, dogs the woman guesses.
Man gets a chance to steal. Dogs? He professes.
That’s great! His wife...Read More
Categories: lark, life,
Form: Light Verse
The Cat Waits
The Cat Waits

By the light of the moon 
The cat waits until dark 
To catch his small prey 
Maybe a chipmunk or lark....Read More
Categories: lark, animal, cat, moon, poems,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member Augustana-100 Years of Bliss
A hundred years of praying,
A hundred years of song,
A hundred years' faith conveying,
And all the days were long!

A hundred years of fireflies,
A hundred years of red roses,
A hundred years of marmalade skies,
And God's love engrosses!

Reverend Hegstrom then, and Pastor Gorder...Read More
Categories: lark, appreciation, devotion, god, gospel, inspirational love, jesus,
Form: Rhyme