Get Your Premium Membership

Long Santiago Poems

Long Santiago Poems. Below are the most popular long Santiago by PoetrySoup Members. You can search for long Santiago poems by poem length and keyword.

The Murderers Cry
Haven’t you had enough blood from the beginning of time?
Haven’t you taken enough lives before they should have died?
All around I can hear their cry 
They want to escape from the under world
You spill blood...

Read More
Categories: santiago, betrayal, break up, bullying, conflict, death of
Form: Dramatic Monologue

Fast and Cheap She Says
What ever is fast and cheap you say...
You are so funny -
this is not a fast thing - 
to do a video montage of 5 minutes 
may take me a lifetime
as I move from inspiration...

Read More
Categories: santiago, art, celebration, inspiration,
Form: Free verse
Thaddaeus Haenke (Sentanka)
Thaddaeus Haenke
A man of thousand talents
Scientist and musician

His heart belonged to the Indios
His grave will never be found


Thaddaeus Haenke
Ein Mann mit tausend Talenten
Wissenschaftler und Musiker

Sein Herz schlug für die Indios
Sein Grab wird man nie finden



Read More
Categories: santiago, history
Form: Senryu
Fosse Way
Legend of Fosse Way

Riding hard under a moonlight high 
not a leaf rustling and it troubles my mind
In the distance there's music of the lyre and flute 
rippling over the moors
Serenading the stars  

Read More
Categories: santiago, england,
Form: Ballad
Premium Member To Those Left Behind
(My poem is done in Mixed Rhyme which is a form created right here on PoetrySoup by our fellow poet, Ernesto Santiago.)

Things will get worse!
Year after year, of course.
Spend some time planning survival,
don't be blind,...

Read More
Categories: santiago, environment, natural disasters,
Form: Free verse

Premium Member The Test by Nicanor Parra, Translated by T Wignesan

			The Test by Nicanor Parra, Translated by T. Wignesan

	What’s an antipoet:
a trader in urns and coffins?
a priest who does not believe in anything?
a general who entertains doubts about himself?
a vagabond who laughs at every thing

Read More
© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: santiago, imagery, imagination, poetry, poets, riddle, writing,
Form: Free verse
Tangata Manu (The Birdmen)
Somewhere between Easter Island and 
Santiago skims an ocean skiff loaded with
slumped islanders bound within the teetering
cargo hold. In the distance can be seen the
eyes of seven monolithic faces defending
islanders from the fury of volcanoes.


Read More
© John Weber  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: santiago, history, peopleeaster,
Form: Free verse
Remind me of the sea that kisses the coast of Algiers
Where the tides are soft and the winds all but fierce
In that country past the strait of Gibraltar
Where the trip to Casablanca didn’t halt her


Read More
Categories: santiago, adventure, flying, love, travel,
Form: Rhyme
I can
By : Dulce Santiago

“ I can ”
Where were you when I needed you
Where were you when they were ripping my skin and soul 
When I was trying to scape, my horrible childhood
When my only friend...

Read More
Categories: santiago, absence, confusion, dad, success,
Form: Diamante
Premium Member Poyecto de tren instantaneo entre Santiago y Puerto Montt by Nicanor Parra, Translated by T Wignesan
Proyecto de tren instantaneo entre Santiago y Puerto Montt by Nicanor Parra, Translated by T. Wignesan

The Anatomy of the Instantaneous Train (plying) between Santiago and Puerto Montt

The engine of the instantaneous train

Read More
© T Wignesan  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: santiago, imagination, journey, meaningful, philosophy, riddle, smart,
Form: Free verse
Premium Member Power of Journeys
Power of Journeys

New horizons speak in hope and pull me to Pablo Neruda’s country
                   ‘Twenty poems of...

Read More
Categories: santiago, love, travel,
Form: Rhyme
My dream holiday on an Island so far away
I’ve wanted to go there for many a day

‘Kon-Tiki’ film by Thor Heyerdahl  caught my eye
Now Easter Island is a destination I dearly want to try


Read More
Categories: santiago, holiday, journey, travel,
Form: Couplet
They have told me, 
to go to battle n war with the gods u'll have to be really 
Or just plain mad in pain not just pain but universal pain,
Combine with pain,love,sadness,anger,despair, n everything 

Read More
Categories: santiago, dedicationpain, self, self,
Form: Verse
the failure
The Failure
When I was bored with sea life
and walked ashore in Santiago
I could find no work except in house of ill repute
throwing out the rebellious and for some reason
became a father confessor to the women,...

Read More
© jan hansen  Create an image from this poem.
Categories: santiago, character, chocolate, cinderella, color,
Form: Blank verse
un chanse una life
its only been u, trusth me im so glad that u get to read this.
love, trust, respect, and all u need to survive in this world.
i might of been wrong to people but thats how...

Read More
Categories: santiago, caregiving, faith, father, life, love, life,
Form: Personification
All American Beauty...........dedicated to my love drifter
All american beauty i guess that's what i am, 
but looking in the mirror, 
Im simply far from glam, 
with a tear down my face from broken hearts and wasted time,
 I can't see why...

Read More
Categories: santiago, lovepeople, love, people,
Form: Romanticism
Have  a picnic on a perfectly picked Sunday
Have someone tell me I’m loved by a model on the runway
Look out my window and...

Read More
Categories: santiago, angst
Form: Kyrielle
Write Me Letters
Write me Peruvian letters
as you let the coffee simmer
on the white washed burner
as you laugh like you would among friends
as you languidly 
cross your brown leather shoes
which meld into the corduroy couch

Rio Piedras owns my...

Read More
Categories: santiago, lost love, relationship, sad, me,
Form: Free verse
How I love my English Class
" How I love my English Class"
 By: Dulce Santiago

To the people that make me smile in my English class.
 Oh they joy they bring, to my tiny little heart.
 Oh the excitement to be...

Read More
Categories: santiago, anger,
Form: Diamante
All the poets,
back to God,
the creator of the world,
heaven and the sun.

Fire is coming,
any time, any day!
but it needs us all,
to change the way
we behave.

It's difficult to accept,
but preparing our hearts,
it's something great,
and useful in...

Read More
Categories: santiago, life,
Form: ABC
Leather Winged Angel
Leather Winged Angel 

Bathroom confessions
Back door redemption
Black moon promise
From a leather winged Angel
Temptations  blade 
Slicing the tongue of deception
Ego's fingers in the fan

An  avalanche of apathy  Envelopes passion blossoms  
Buried under...

Read More
Categories: santiago, angel, forgiveness,
Form: Free verse
I want to be loved for what I do.. I want to be cared for .. I want to be loved 
I want to be cherished for me. 
I want to find my happy place...

Read More
Categories: santiago, bereavement, betrayal, conflict, confusion, hope, lost,
Form: Couplet
Deja Vu
Dijon, Monte Negro, Santiago, Monte Carlo, palaces, kingdoms-n-castles, places 
I travel without planes, boats or passports, places where my mind go with 
whomever follows, Daesh’a we both said I do, it’s Déjà Vu, I saw...

Read More
Categories: santiago, happiness, love, marriage, wife,
Form: Free verse
Santiago y Juan Carlos
I know rich men who have lived under bridges 
and poor men that have never starved a day in their life. 

Conozco a hombres ricos que han vivido bajo puentes 
y a hombres pobres que...

Read More
Categories: santiago, career, dream, growing up, growth, happiness, uplifting,
Form: Free verse
Saeta of the Procession
(a saeta is a brief, improvised
gypsy song, associated with
the high emotion of the
Holy Week processions)

Once a year 
O Santiago 
we gather here 
for this farrago. 

Our sandals wear 
the same old track - 
once round...

Read More
Categories: santiago, celebration,
Form: Rhyme