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Latin Poems - Poems about Latin

Latin Poems - Examples of all types of poems about latin 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 latin.
Premium Member Song of The Achillidesbianor Cramer Butterfly No 13: ABAB
...One of nature's pleasant, worthwhile assets, Achillidesbianor Cramer, old Latin a bearer of birth called, genus,  name, Chinese peacock, the Papilio butterfly, Papilionidae lure six pink bird-s......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, allusion, analogy, appreciation, butterfly,
Form: Crown of Sonnets

The Common Butterfly
...I am the queen of beauty the common butterfly, I spread my wings and flap away among the trees I fly. My wings exhibit colours of green yellow and blue, red, orange and brown and even purple......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, beautiful, beauty, butterfly, color,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member That Was Then This Is Now
... Then is life that's passed, its memories encoded in the brain, permanently, you would think, and yet, This is now and it has a name; dementia they say, a Latin word they say......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, age, depression, life, sick,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member In the days of wine and roses
...In the days of wine and roses April showers fresh the air Garden sculptures change their poses Streets are leading everywhere Sun is shining through the curtain Through the gluey young green le......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, feelings, freedom, imagery, love,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member The Language of Love
...Such is the universal language - if music is Love, and if thy deity is indeed Love, then surely the language of that 1, that resides inside, that inner I am, is not The Word, as such, bu......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, i am, love,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member Legendary Teacher and Student
...Born in New England in the wake of the Civil War, Her folks fled Irish famine and landed on our shore. At age five, she took sick, losing almost all her sight. At eight, her mother died, and h......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, education, hero, inspirational, school,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member too hot to tango
...beautiful bountiful inflorescence, bougainvillea your Latin American hot sauce is showing your hot spicy pinks challenging your zesty oranges with a tinge of thorns, you are too hot to tango......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, flower,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member - Tomb -
... ~ let the scent of roses be a beautiful memory - not of death but of life ~ quote by poet An......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, death, deep, emotions,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member looks more like Hebrew
...Regal owl knew more than most about steampunk and time. He kept his eye on the prize, understanding priorities more than most. Is that a Latin tire he stands on, asks a Coplay performer sublime. L......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, 10th grade, 11th grade,
Form: Rhyme
Watch your Latin
...Watch your Latin and don't let the cat in Caesar had some jam for tea, Pompei aderat. ille, illa, illud, but I'll have Yorkshire pud. amo, amas, amat Who let in the cat? hic, haec, hoc The mo......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, nonsense, words,
Form: Munajat
Premium Member secretary circle each word red, you enjoy the correcting - “read” the riding crop dropped words race away in your inner world dark stallions no bridle nor bit bareback the beautiful ......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, muse,
Form: Free verse
...CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS 3 Catullus VII: 'How Many Kisses' loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch You ask, Lesbia, how many kisses are enough, or more than enough, to satisfy me?......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, angst, desire, happiness, love,
Form: Free verse
...CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS 2 Catullus CI: 'His Brother's Burial' translation by Michael R. Burch 1. Through many lands and over many seas I have journeyed, brother, to these wretched rites, to t......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, brother, death, death of
Form: Rhyme
...CATULLUS TRANSLATIONS Catullus LXXXV: 'Odi et Amo' loose translation/interpretation by Michael R. Burch 1. I hate. I love. You ask, 'Why not refrain?' I wish I could explain. I can't, ......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, books, boy, god, hate,
Form: Rhyme
Premium Member My Way Or N A
...Often, I enter a contest I enter the ones I like best But one sponsor said Write stood on your head I moved on to check out the rest Another said stand in a bucket Write Latin, or I’m......Read the rest...
Categories: latin, humorous,
Form: Limerick

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