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Marten Poems

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List of New Poems

PMPoem TitlePoetFormFormCategories  
Premium Member Poem Where Wild Creatures Paused Suzanne Delaney Free verse Free verse marten, analogy, animal, introspection, mystery,
Fur Trapper David Welch Rhyme Rhyme marten, jobs, life, nature, seasons,
Premium Member Poem SELENE - GODDESS OF THE MOON Judy Ball Quatrain Quatrain marten, night,
And Blossom in Purple and Red Ir0nic ZiNk Rhyme Rhyme marten, poetry,
Premium Member Poem Rosalia - The Evil Black Witch of the Harz, Part Seven Gary Bateman Narrative Narrative marten, allegory, evil, halloween, horror,
Premium Member Poem Rosalia - The Evil Black Witch of the Harz, Part Four Gary Bateman Narrative Narrative marten, allegory, evil, halloween, horror,
Premium Member Poem Stone In The Cold-3 James Marshall Goff Sonnet Sonnet marten, courage,
Pine Marten LINDA JACKSON Haiku Haiku marten, nature, night,
Nightfall LINDA JACKSON Haiku Haiku marten, nature,
Premium Member Poem SELENE - Goddess Of The Moon Judy Ball Quatrain Quatrain marten, fantasy, night, moon, night,
Summer Sunshine Ian Foley Narrative Narrative marten, nature, summer, summer,

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Marten Poem Example

SELENE - Goddess Of The Moon

The Goddess Of The Moon looked down,
Upon the quiet garden.
She watched night creatures at play,
The Owl, Raccoon and Marten,

Seeking as they do each night,
Their simple, humble fare,
And smiled as she watched them,
The breeze catching her hair.

The silver strands float all about,
Her visage so exciting,
So ethereal, so mystical,
Her crystal gaze enticing.

I come each night to watch her dance,
While everyone is sleeping,
And all is quiet, peaceful, still,
The lovely maid comes sweeping,

Silver streaks of moonlight,
Through town and wood and glen,
Then morning comes and she is gone,
Till moon rise comes again.

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