Water Lyric Poems

These Water Lyric poems are examples of Lyric poems about Water. These are the best examples of Lyric Water poems written by international poets.


My Lillie by Marcy Paulk Bonnette
My "Lillie"

The garden is overgrown
The blooms are growing wild
They are missing the sweet lady
I remember as a child

She would lovingly water
Each and every stem
As she...

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Categories: family, flower, garden, grandmother,

Premium MemberSwan dance by Roy Pett
Spring time there’s activity at the lake
they’re so elegant no one can emulate,
go down see a beautiful phenomenon
the mating game of the whooper swan,

Take your...

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Categories: beautiful, bird, dance,



Premium MemberMIGHTY GOD IS HE by James Edward Lee Sr.
MIGHTY GOD IS HE

HE throws planet’s like marbles
Breathes winds, tornados, and hurricanes in and out His nose
Makes it rain water or fire
He created time, seconds,...

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Categories: appreciation, assonance, caregiving, dedication,

Premium MemberVanessa's Song by Mark Toney
After but a moment,
Drowning in a sea of confusion,
All hope dashed against rocks of despair,
Her firm resolve culminates in
V I O L E N C...

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Categories: future, hope, spiritual, suicide,

Only Friends by Carol Bocchino
A summer breeze blow’s through her hair
A smell of fragrance  in the air
The bright sunshine  lights up the sky
We just did not want...

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Categories: firework, friendship, fun, games,

Premium MemberGive me a sign by John Hamilton
Give me a sign

I was a soldier of war,
the killing haunts me every day...

I don't want to fight no more,
hope there's a God, to hear...

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Categories: conflict, confusion, fear, god,

Freeman Cave by roger turner
I cherish my freedom
Hard earned though it was
Through the abolitionist railway
And those who supported the cause

An African slave,
though free upon birth
I was sold as a...

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Categories: africa, america, freedom, prison,

Premium MemberAS YOUR HEART BLOSSOMS PART ONE by James Edward Lee Sr.
AS  YOUR  HEART  BLOSSOMS   PART ONE

As I'm surrounded by your beauty;
The morning sunshine’s through your hair;
Rays of lights shone on...

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Categories: appreciation, i love you,

Faith Like That by Deborah Bell
Faith to move mountains…how great would that be?
To speak and they’re plucked up and cast in the sea
To pray and a cripple is instantly healed
Or...

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Categories: faith, god, gospel, health,

Clothes Left Out On The Line by Duncan R. M. Ferguson
Soggy garments sagging 
by one clothes pin
A dark ship mobile 
spinning in the wind
Like a foot out of joint
a place lodged in time
They say keep...

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Categories: introspection, perspective,

She by Alisa Balaieva
In the very beginning 
I could see only the sea
It was extremely deep
Almighty blue
It was free
In the very beginning
I was like a blue deep sea
When...

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Categories: appreciation, blessing, creation, faith,

Premium MemberSun Shade by Jeff Kantor
Body covered in sunsets golden silk
Many miles run up and down sand Dune
Going like demon my rest can’t come too soon
Dappled skin soaked in sweats...

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Categories: fairy, imagination, sleep, summer,

Premium MemberI MUST STILL LOVE YOU by James Edward Lee Sr.
I come into my frozen dream
I walk onto the waters stream
often I relic, and relish
Our relationship
And I wonder is it all worth it
Shall I conform
Or...

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Categories: appreciation, caregiving, engagement, for

Mixed Bag by Keith Dovoric
Cut out the bad part
Just like cancer
The perfect solution
The ultimate answer

Oh, if only I could isolate
The purest property
Maybe I’d get a handle on
My inhumanity

Weed out...

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Categories: humanity, science,

Premium MemberWithout Tom Without Me Parody by Nick Trim
Stole a phone,
Real Fat No Gimmicks
A big fat mole sits on the eyebrow, on the eyebrow, on the eyebrow
(Big fat mole, chika chika Big fat...

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Categories: hip hop, parody, rap,

Sunset Lullaby by Subimal Sinha-Roy
SUNSET LULLABY

End of the day at the edge of twilight
Horizon blushes in delicate delight
Sunset colors spin astral strings thin
On the strands of cloud turned violin.

It’s...

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Categories: analogy, beach, sleep, sunset,

Lullaby in sunset by Faraz Ajmal
Let me take you to such a place
Where all of the sadness are erased
Where there is no discrimination between a gender or race
Where there isn'...

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Categories: cheer up, dream, ,

Break from reality love poem number2 by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
(fiction)

If I fall in love with you
Would you love me too.
Would you be mine and only mine
For I do not like to share.

Would you hold...

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Categories: immigration, love, poetry,

Lyric of Spring by Subimal Sinha-Roy
LYRIC OF SPRING

Spring is singing in the air
I hear the southern wind whisper
It stokes the dusk sky on fire
Ambience can’t be any time crisper.

Morning mist...

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Categories: analogy, love, spring,

You are not my type and never will be by Nagella Jean-Baptiste
(fact)

I do not have a seducing eye, for you are not my type.
I do not have a seducing touch, I rather plague you.
I do not...

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Categories: truth,